Andrew Orlowski doesn’t support feedback through the normal El Reg comments system, only by private email (I wonder why), so I’ll reproduce my response to him here.

“So who’ll pay for Internet 3.0, then?”

All server hosting companies – and, therefore, the websites run on them – have to pay a network operator for their fat connection to the Internet. The BBC is no exception: though it may have its own data-centre it will have to pay for its pipe to Linx or wherever.

How that upload fee gets distributed to the last-mile, end-user providers is the real question.