The FCC's New Labels Show You What's Actually In Your Broadband Bill
According to the FCC chairman, the labels "provide consumers clarity about the broadband service they are purchasing."By Katie Link | April 4, 2016
Reading the nutrition facts on food labels can sometimes save your waistline. Now, a similar type of label could save your wallet.
The Federal Communications Commission is piggy-backing off the U.S. food industry in a push to explain exactly what you’re paying for when you sign up for a broadband service.
Rather than listing the calorie count, total fat and cholesterol, the broadband labels list information such as monthly fee, speed and data usage.