Independent Agent at her desk with text to side saying,"Work with a Telecom Consultant that Works for YOU!."


At Online Technology Associates, we work for our clients, but the carrier pays us, not the customer. Much like an independent insurance agent, we never bill our clients for representing them during the sales process, as well as for as long as they use our services.

You may think that we add extra costs to the service to pay us, but the truth is that all telecom contracts include a commission for the seller, even if you buy the service online or from a direct agent.

The difference is that these folks will NEVER represent you, they always represent the carrier. We stand behind our clients, not the carrier so you can have a professional on your team without any additional cost. Give us a try, you will not be disappointed.

Reach out today for a free-of-charge consultation on how you can get the best options for your business, big or small! We’d love to help you make sense of all the telecom options!

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Image of digital scales of justice balanced by wi-fi symbol...with text reading: "What is Net Neutrality?"

Internet Neutrality, or Net Neutrality,  is the principle that internet providers (ISPS)  must treat all internet traffic equally, providers would not be allowed to divert access to any content.   Access to all sites, content, and applications at the same speed, under the same conditions, without blocking or giving preference to any content would become law.

There are arguments on both sides of this issue. Supporters of net neutrality argue that it prevents ISPs from filtering Internet content without a court order, protects freedom of speech<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_speech> and democratic participation.


Opponents of net neutrality argue that it deters competition, increases taxes, imposes unnecessary regulations, increases access pricing which would make the Internet less accessible to poor people, prevents Internet traffic from being allocated to the most needed users…


So who should decide what can accessed over the internet? That is the question.