The price of internet access in the US is a mess.
But it is a big mess, and the Federal Communications Commission has a fix to fix it.
According to an FCC spokesperson, the agency is “complementing” its existing net neutrality rules with a new set of rules that will ensure that consumers are getting what they pay for in the internet.
For now, though, you’ll need to pay a hefty price to get the new net neutrality, if you’re on a carrier or cable provider’s plan.
Here’s what you need to know about the FCC’s net neutrality regulations, and how to sign up for a $70/month internet package.