Brett_Tabke - 9:26 pm on Aug 9, 2010 (gmt 0)
>the bandwidth is being paid for and used by their customers.
The bandwidth is being paid for by customers in aggregate - not individual users. If the makeup of that aggregate bandwidth changes (such as moving from text to youtube video) then they should pay more. That aggregate cost has to increase or the offending party (youtube), needs to pay more.
I say, charge the YouTube bandwidth hordes - not me.
All this is going to do is get the cable companies to move to 'pay for what you eat' models of payment for us.