that analyzed certain zero-rated services, namely those of AT&T and
Through data caps and zero-rated services, ISPs have found another
and the complication of zero-rated services. To do so, the FCC would
Those against zero-rated services also argue that the act of zero-rating preselected content automatically disenfranchises competition, since users will have less motivation to access competing similar services at a fee.
Such arguments made the Indian communications regulator ban zero-rated services in India.
New Zealand has issued a discussion paper proposing zero-rating of financial services supplied to a registered business, whose supplies of taxable services (including zero-rated services
) are at least 75 percent of its total supplies.