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Net neutrality: Flipkart’s decision to pull out from Airtel Zero is a breather for start-ups

The most strong point against anti-net neutrality is that it will create monopolistic companies. Young start-ups will simply not have the advertising muscle of companies like Flipkart and also the money to pay the telecom companies (telcos).

 
 
Games research company Newzoo forecasts that in 2015 mobile game revenues will zoom past those of console games for the first time.
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg rejected criticism that the internet.org programme, which has RCom as a partner in India, was against the concept of Net neutrality.
Airtel, the telecom major, on Tuesday said it fully supports the concept of net-neutrality and its 'Airtel Zero' platform is open to all on non-discriminatory basis.
There was a massive backlash against Flipkart for supporting Bharti Airtel's platform, with users downrating the e-commerce major's app on various app stores.
The special button, which is connected with the Amazon app through Wi-Fi, comes with an adhesive and a hook and can be hung or hooked anywhere in the home.
 
 
Using Google search on a desktop, users need to type in 'Find my phone' and an approximate location of the device will be shown
"Time to draw a line in the sand, Cleartrip is pulling out of Internet.org and standing up for #NetNeutrality," Cleartrip tweeted.
The assistance was sought during a meeting that party vice chairman Ashish Khetan had on Saturday with IDA. The panel is chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
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