different tiers perhaps.
but then they should advertise it as such.
"buy our extremely limited internet shitniz that allows you to use just our inhouse services for extra fees, because we don't actually even want to provide you with a connection to other movie providers even if you pay use". because of the size of the isp's it's bad business for them to provide you with access to competing content services EVEN IF YOU WANTED TO PAY EXTRA because it's off from their other service, that they could charge for you too. this is apparent with netflix, all but the biggest isp's want to put the servers on their own isp networks - the biggest isp's however want netflix to pay them for doing so(the biggest isp's/cable companies also have their own netflix competitors).
the way it used to be was that you got what you paid for, now you have to guess.. if you wanted fast internet you bought fast internet and thats what you got. now you're being sold "unlimited high speed internet" only to notice that it is pretty fscking limited internet and not even high speed at that.
how nice would it be if you bought a ticket on a learjet with coke and ho's and then at the airport they stuffed you into a greyhound bus? it's false advertising...
even with net neutrality the isp's are FREE to choose to sell you different tiers of service - they would be more probable to do that, in fact. because without net neutrality being enforced they will try to get as many subscribers as they can while selling them just bits from their own network and limiting the connection speeds of the users on a whim.. so they will gladly sell you a 100mbps connection that you then find out you can only use at 100mbps for 12 hours of the month if you're using other services than their streaming service which maxes out at 5mbps anyways...
what they are doing currently is selling you lies, not different tiers.