Time Warner Cable backed down mid-April on its plan to test usage-based pricing for its broadband subscribers, but it likely won’t be the last time the idea is discussed, analysts agree...

“I don’t think it’s the end of it by any means,” said Fred von Lohmann with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, who called the tiered plan a result of the free market. “When consumers have no choice, that’s where the problem lies.”

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