The ISPs don't get it. We live in the INTERNET AGE. The 'Digital Age' if you want to be more specific.
It used to be when people moved, they would choose their new home based on where the jobs were. If there were plentiful jobs, it was a good place to live. Then we moved on to the children. Parents and new families would move based on school systems, once jobs were more wide-spread.
Today, people are choosing where they are going to live by the QUALITY, SPEED, and ABUNDANCY of internet usage. If you are an ISP who caps bandwidth- over the next 20 years, people will move from your monopolized area. The carriers that are left with unlimited bandwidth are going to make it big, and companies like Comcast, (soon to be) AT&T and such will fall into nothingness.
Plus, limiting my bandwidth is just fucking mean. I can't play my games or stream my Netflix comfortably because you are a stingy bastard.
(Sparked by +Chris Pirillo
What do you all think?