That was a lot of words formed in ignorance, so I didn't bother to read all of them.
I support Net Neutrality, and to my surprise, so does the FCC's Tom Wheeler. The FCC has said this service does not violate Net Neutrality and they're going to keep an eye on it.
Why does it not violate Net Neutrality? Because, as you pointed out, any service can sign up for Binge On. Is it too much to ask that a video service go through some kind of certification process with T-Mobile before that happens?
Just because T-Mobile doesn't do it YOUR WAY doesn't mean it's bad for Net Neutrality.
Maybe you're just too smart and T-Mobile should hire you so that you'll stop posting here.