AT&T says it supports net neutrality -- but it's staying quiet on paying for faster access [telecom]

It's part of a new ad blitz, as the company suggests new regulation should target tech giants.

By Tony Romm

AT&T embarked on a major ad blitz on Wednesday to stress its support for net neutrality, promising it would not block websites or degrade speeds based on the content that its customers consume.

But the wireless giant's pledge - appearing in major newspapers like the New York Times and the Washington Post - stayed mum on whether it might someday charge startups, tech giants and others for faster delivery of their sites and services, though AT&T has avoided such an idea in the past.

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