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The problem with your

The problem with your argument is that you are proposing a free-market solution to an non-free-market market. If anyone could start an ISP business anywhere, to allow for true competition, you would be right. The problem is that who can start an ISP and in what market is already a highly regulated thing. This has lead to basically no competition and a "captive consumer base". Almost a sanctioned monopoly. The point of net neutrality is not to charge consumers by the amount of bandwidth they use, but to keep state sanctioned monopolies from abusing that state granted status.