‘Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality’ – What You Need to Know

What to Expect


Reports state that on July 12th, 2017, sites that choose to participate in ‘Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality’ will feature alerts and pop-up advertisements that illustrate what could allegedly happen if the FCC repeals the current net neutrality policies.


Some of these visuals from the events official page include:

Traffic Throttling, Site Blocking, New Fees


Some of the larger companies reportedly participating in the event include Amazon, Google, and Netflix. If you see pop-ups like these or hear some buzz on the subject, rest assured nothing with your internet services have changed or will be affected.


What You Need to Know


Nothing has changed from United and Turtle Mountain Communications. Any alerts or pop-ups you see are the result of an online campaign advocating internet users to petition for their cause. No changes have been made to the services you receive from us, nor do any of these efforts affect the way our services are provided.


We do not share your data. Our company puts the highest priority on your safety and security, never sharing customer data without consent for any marketing or reselling to third parties.


Our company does not engage in unlawful or anticompetitive discrimination. We do not block or throttle customers to lawful internet content, nor do we discriminate access to websites, streaming services, or voice apps that compete with our services.


United and Turtle Mountain Communications invest greatly in our networks. We want to give our customers the best possible internet services, including speeds and capacity, and are continuously working to provide the most innovative solutions.


If you have any questions regarding the above information or your services from United and Turtle Mountain Communications, please contact your local office.