However, in India these companies have tied up with telecom operators to give preferential (free!) access to these services. Twitter is free on Reliance telecom during the ongoing cricket world cup, while Facebook is being offered free through it's internet.org initiative (masquerading as benevolent NGO-work).
What are the ethics of calling an anti-net neutrality stand "(a) grave threat to the Internet" in the US, while blatantly violating the same principles elsewhere. Recently, another telecom operator, Airtel, started charging more for VOIP services, but rolled back in the face of public outcry.
The Net Neutrality debate is heating up in India, and I'm sadly not very hopeful.