We tend to intuitively assume that all forms of differential pricing are discriminatory. This is not true. Differentiation is not the same as discrimination.
The vast majority of countries around the world do not ban all differential pricing and zero-rating programs. Of those jurisdictions that do place certain parameters on differential pricing and zero-rating practices, the majority have found that such offers can be structured to be non-discriminatory and consistent with net neutrality.
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