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.
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: http://www.ntca.org/images/stories/Documents/Press_Center/2017_Releases/ntcawrittentestimony_hjc_romanofinal.pdf