>>63852060>If it did, they would already charge more since people will just pay more.
Yeah, like how people in rural areas are paying $100/month for 10mbps...
This is literally how the industry works, they charge what people will pay.
This is now an excuse for them to single out specific use cases that they can arbitrarily decide to charge more for. There is NO regulation meaning if they decided to connect to gmail was a $5 surcharge, you're going to have to pay it despite the fact gmail is barely an bandwidth on their network. There is no regulation so no one can tell them not to do that.
You can change ISP, but if the entire industry does it then what? You're just gonna NOT have internet? Sure.