For the past couple of days, Facebook users across India are being asked to support 'Free Basics'

AIB is back with another video Sign the petition and save the internet alreadyA screenshot from the video
Flix Net Neutrality Thursday, December 24, 2015 - 17:22

Comedy group All India Bakchod (AIB) is back with a third sequel of its 'Save the Internet' video, in support of net neutrality, again.

The video titled 'AIB : Save The Internet 3' hits out at Facebook and its recent decision to push net neutrality violating 'Free Basics' in India.

"This is the equivalent of using Adibas to sell fake f****** shoes that look like Adidas but aren't Adidas," as Rohan Joshi puts it, before enacting what would have gone down with the social networking company's marketing team. (Don't miss Khamba's nipples).

Read: Ten things Facebook won't tell you about Free Basics

For the past couple of days, Facebook users across India have received a notification informing them that many of their friends have sent a message to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) asking them to support “Free Basics in India”. 

This is has come following TRAI’s second round of consultation on certain questions around Net Neutrality in India.

Read: Is Facebook asking you to “Save Free Basics in India”? Here is what it means

An online petition titled 'TRAI: Don't allow differential pricing of services on the Internet. Let the consumers choose how they want to use Internet. #netneutrality' has also surfaced and already 3 lakh signatures at the time of writing. 

TRAI has also opened up for its next round of emails to consider net neutrality in India. Visit 'Save the internet' to send your email supporting net neutrality.

Watch the video here.

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