Comcast is zero-rating, except we also have to pay for it.
How is this legal? When Comcast merged with NBCUniversal it signed an agreement: It wouldn't prioritize any of its own traffic on capped connections.
But Stream TV is an IP cable service. While it runs over Comcast's ISP networks, it plays under cable regulations. (Video via Comcast)
So it's technically legal. Which is to say the FCC hasn't explicitly deemed it illegal. (Video via C-SPAN)
Music: "you were" by Birocratic / CC BY 3.0.