January 7, 2013 By News Staff
Answer: The cable industry -- for Internet usage
Nearly three and a half years after Time Warner Cable proposed imposing limits on how much its broadband customers could download, the company is conducting tests that charge customers for how much data they use -- and penalizes them for exceeding their limits, the Huffington Post reported.
One of Time Warner's new pricing plans includes a $5 savings on customers' monthly bills if they "accept a cap that's the equivalent of streaming two HD movies. They would pay $1 for every gigabyte over the monthly limit."
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