It's not broadband... If you cap it, throttle it, molest it in any way that prevents me from using it, it ain't broadband. Is the internet a service, or is it an item (like a pie) meant for consumption? I argue the former. Anybody that advertises "broadband" should be forced to adhere to a similar definition. If you sell people 30 days of "broadband" service; it should work for 30 days. Period. And at no additional charge for USING said service. I am sick and tired of ISP's that say, 'Here's your broadband, sir... just be sure you don't USE it!' Until we demand that as consumers; net neutrality will always be up in the air.