Last week the FCC voted to move one step closer to a fast-lane Internet access. But there is good news: They want to hear what we think, and they have phone operators standing by to record our opinions for the next 120 days.
Here's a good starter (from reddit blog):
Call the FCC - *please be courteous
1. Dial 888-225-5322
2. push 1, 4, 0
3. a person will answer.
4. they will ask for your name and address. you can just give them a zip code if you want.
5. "I'm calling to ask the FCC to reclassify Internet Service Providers as Title Two Common Carriers."
6. They'll ask if there is anything else you would like to add.
7. "No, Thank you for your time."
8. hang up.
I just made my call-- you should too if you want to help preserve net neutrality! There was about a 5 minute wait and the gentlemen on the other end was very polite and receptive. Good luck!
Don't forget to call your Congressmen too! In 120 days, policy will be drafted and our legislators need to know how strongly we feel about this. Fortunately, most congressional primaries are coming up in the next few weeks, so letting their offices know your vote will be massively decided by this issue is a great move for all of us.