Are You Answering Questions About Net Neutrality?

December 15, 2017By Zach Moore

The FCC’s net neutrality vote this week has created quite a social media storm. It’s likely causing people to think about their own internet provider more than usual. This could be an important opportunity to spin the discussion in a positive light for your company.

WordSouth has prepared a social media post (below) regarding the FCC’s vote. You are free to use this if it reflects your management’s views. Let us know how else we can help!

A similar statement has been well received by likes and positive comments for two other WordSouth client for whom we provide social media content.

Sample text:

You’ve probably seen headlines about today’s FCC vote to remove 2015 internet regulations often called net neutrality. At ___________________, we can’t speak for other providers, but we do not throttle, cap or prioritize web usage for our customers — and we have no plans to start. We understand that many people have concerns about this ruling, but please know _____________ has no intention of making changes to our service. Our single concern is giving you the best internet experience available — today and in the future.

NTCA — The Rural Broadband Association, which represents ____________ and other small rural telcos, recently testified before a congressional committee about the legislation. If you’d like more details on NTCA’s position, you can read the testimony here:


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