Network neutrality is the principle that resurges competition in the online world. All content on the internet travels in the form of data packets across the telecommunication networks around the world. Net neutrality requires that all data traveling over the network be treated equally. Telecoms companies, who own the infrastructure through which data packets passes inter alia argue they should have a right to control this data flow and the 'freedom' to charge accordingly. Their argument is that since telecom companies spend large amounts of money building the infrastructure, they should have a say over what content travels over what content travels over or through it and of course make money more money from it. Network neutrality is the principle according to which internet traffic shall be treated equally without discrimination restriction or user's freedom of choice is not restricted by favouring or disfavouring the transmission of Internet traffic associated with particular content services applications or devices. In the layman's term net neutrality means internet that allow everyone to communicate freely. It means a service provider should allow access to all content and applications regardless of the source and no websites or pages should be blocked as long as they aren't illegal. It is like a fixed-telephone line, which is equal to all and no one gets to decide who you call or what you speak. Another aspect of net neutrality is level playing field on the internet. This means all websites can co-exist without hampering others. All websites are accessible at the same speed and no particular website of application is favoured. For instance, like electricity common for all. Net neutrality also means all websites and content creators are treated equal and you don't have to pay extra for faster internet speed to a particular site or service. Absence of net neutrality will change the face of internet Service Provider to change companies for services like You Tube or Netflix as they consume more bandwidth and eventually the load of the extra sum will be pushed to the consumers. Similarly, ISPs can then create slow as well as fast internet lanes, which mean all websites cannot be accessed at the same speed and one can do so only on paying an additional sum. For instance, currently you have a standard data package and access all the content at the same speed, irrespective of whether it is an international website or national. Similarly, ISPs can also charge extra for the free calls you make using services like WhatsApp, Skype and others and eventually the load of additional payable sum by the Over-The-Top players will be pushed onto consumers.