Wireless carriers slow streaming video content even in off-peak hours

""It's pretty clear from the carriers that they are singling out video as a category and throttling it when there is no need to throttle it on the network," said Ryan Singel, a media and strategy fellow at Stanford Law School's Center for Internet Society. 

"They are degrading the experience for users as a way to upgrade them to more expensive plans," Singel said. He also raised concerns that internet providers are capitalizing on the repeal two years ago of the net-neutrality regulations."