With the repeal of net neutrality, Burger King decided to educate customers on what that will mean for them.
Basically, the internet will not the the same for everyone. If you pay more, you get faster service.
A marketing rep for Burger King says the ad was inspired by President Trump's Federal Communications Commission ending Obama-era rules that favored net neutrality protections back in December.
“We believe the internet should be like Burger King restaurants, a place that doesn’t prioritize and welcomes everyone,” said Fernando Machado, Burger King Global Chief Marketing Officer. “That is why we created this experiment, to call attention to the potential effects of net neutrality.”