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Mobile network ads in an India with unfair internet might look like this

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As the debate over net neutrality heats up in India, consumers have waged a war and have already expressed their displeasure to the telecom regulator by sending more than 500,000 emails.

The debate around net neutrality intensified after a few telecom operators proposed charging separately for internet-based voice calls provided by Skype, WhatsApp and Viber, among others.

Now, advertising agency Digitally Inspired Media has taken the taglines of eight of these companies, and tried to tinker around to reimagine what they would like in a world without net neutrality.

The result is the following series of posters.

This post first appeared on Scroll

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