Britain's Culture minister Ed Vaizey has backed a "two-speed" internet, which means that service providers can content makers and customers for "fast lane" access.
The concept of 'two-speed' internet will make a way to end "net neutrality" . Then the heavy bandwidth users like Google and the facebook likely to face a huge bill for the pipes they use.
Mr Vaizey said ISPs must be free to experiment with new charges to help pay for the expansion in internet services.
But critics and tech experts warns that this move could harm free speech and stifle innovation.