Burger King gets customers fired up about net neutrality — with Whoppers
In the new commercial, customers who order their burgers at the regular price are angry when they find out they have to wait longer to receive it than to those who paid increased fees for "faster service" — in some cases, real customers paid almost five times more to get their meal quickly.
The employees explain to the confused customers that “Burger King Corporation believes they can make more money selling things like chicken sandwiches and chicken fries, so now they’re slowing down the access to the Whopper.”
They point to the menu which reads: "Whopper MBPS (making burgers per second), Slow: $4.99, Fast $12.99, Hyperfast: $25.99."
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