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IS IT POSSIBLE TO USE FREE INTERNET ON MOBILE BY NOT PAYING BILLS TO SERVICE PROVIDERS

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Posted: 05-03-2012 @ 09:41:11
Network in the United States is a hotly debated issue subject to regulatory and judicial contention among network users and access providers.[1] As a de facto matter, there is a degree of network neutrality in the United States, meaning that telecommunications companies rarely offer different rates to broadband and dial-up Internet consumers based on Internet-based content or service type. However, there are no clear legal restrictions against these practices. Broadband providers often block common service ports, such as port 25 (SMTP) or port 80 (HTTP), preventing consumers (and botnets) from hosting web and email servers unless they upgrade to a "business" account. In recent years, advocates of network neutrality have sought to restrict such changes.[2] In 2005 and 2006, corporations supporting both sides of the issue spent large amounts of money lobbying Congress.[3] In 2006, representatives from several major U.S. corporations and the federal government publicly addressed U.S. Internet services in terms of the nature of free market forces, the public interest, the physical and software infrastructure of the Internet, and new high-bandwidth technologies. Five failed attempts have been made to pass bills in Congress containing some network neutrality provisions. Each of these bills sought to prohibit Internet services providers from using various variable pricing models based upon the user's Quality of Service level. Described as tiered service in the industry and as price discrimination by some economists, typical provisions in the bill state "[Broadband service providers may] only prioritize...based on the type of content, applications, or services and the level of service purchased by the user, without charge for such prioritization".[4] Other provisions common to the net neutrality discussion were included in the proposed legislative works. The debate in the U.S. in part extends internationally, due to the global nature of many Internet services. (See the main article on net neutrality for details). In practice, net neutrality is also influenced by state level politics.[5]
Posted: 02-03-2012 @ 09:12:03
Yes its possible. You can do so but its not entirely ethical. But considering the huge charges I prefer to use internet for free using tricks. The most number of tricks can be found in airtel. Next comes reliance. There were tricks for tata docomo too. But they are blocked. All of these tricks are for prepaid connection. For airtel you need to download an application called opera mini handler 4.2 which is available at airtelguru.com. You need to keep your balance below 10p otherwise there will be balance deduction. No, operators cannot sue you for making use of loopholes in their system. There are even tricks available for vodafone. For vodafone you just need to dial *555# and activate the 5rs plan. Please visit www.tricksreview.blogspot.com for more details.
Posted: 04-09-2011 @ 16:47:49
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Posted: 08-06-2011 @ 15:52:06
yes sometimes
Posted: 08-06-2011 @ 15:49:02
yes, it is possible to use free internet without pay any bill just purchase a new card and activate a free internet service but be careful your balance is not more than 0.50 you can use unlimited internet without loosing your balance and pay extra money for your uploading and downloading. thank you
Posted: 08-06-2011 @ 13:45:59
No!
Posted: 08-06-2011 @ 12:51:36
Yes it is possible only whenever wifi connection is available other wise not possible to use free internate on mobile by not paying bills to service providers
Posted: 08-06-2011 @ 12:28:29
Yes you can, if your mobile supports WiFi you can connect to WiFI. You can make a wifi hotspot with a router at your home with wired broadband connection and can enjoy free internet on phone. But it is restricted to a certain range, say ~ 30m !
Posted: 08-06-2011 @ 08:55:25
yes but only in night the
Posted: 07-06-2011 @ 22:47:43
no it is not possible
Posted: 07-06-2011 @ 21:54:25
no
Posted: 07-06-2011 @ 00:09:36
OF COURSE IT IS POSSIBLE BUT IT IS NOT FAIR TO DO SUCH TRICKS
Posted: 06-06-2011 @ 23:11:14
Well, that sort of a Joke. Tough you can do whatever you want but think of the consequenses. Nothing comes free my dear friend. I would suggest you to get a connection and do pay your bills on time. Be ethical. Not paying bills can also get you to the court as Telecom Comapny can sue you for that.
Posted: 06-06-2011 @ 13:15:31
Yes, it is possible only in case you use WiFi connection.
Posted: 06-06-2011 @ 12:45:57