Add Verizon's FreeBee Data To The Services Using This FCC Loophole
Verizon's zero-rating service will collect payments from content providers who want to sponsor data for consumers.By Evan Thomas | January 20, 2016
Verizon has joined the zero-rating party with its FreeBee Data service.
Companies that pay Verizon can sponsor content that won't count against customers' data caps — up to 30 seconds of video at a time, or 30 minutes of audio, or any amount of mobile data.
Verizon's business model rounds out the questionable ISP offerings: T-Mobile's Binge On doesn't charge anyone for its unlimited data, Comcast charges its customers for the privilege, and Verizon will charge content providers. (Video via T-Mobile, Comcast)