- Netflix (NFLX) subscribers have been experiencing a slowdown in the speed of their video streaming following a dispute between the company and broadband providers over how much Netflix content they should transport without receiving extra fees.
- The problem is especially noticeable on Verizon Communications' (VZ) fiber-optic FiOS service, where average prime-time speeds fell 14% in January.
Netflix pay dispute with carriers leads to slower streaming
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