This is the case in many parts of the world. Capping data is not even heard of in Finland, and I really mean it. There is not a single provider (no matter how big or small) that will cap your data. It doesn't matter if you transfer terabytes per month, no one cares about it. The data scarcity myth perpetuated by American ISPs and we regularly laugh about it over here. Even mobile data is unlimited in Finland, even LTE. I have a friend who pushes hundreds of gigabytes per month over his LTE subscription. I myself have a multi-SIM unlimited 3G subscription that I got years ago, and another friend of mine uses the other SIM card as his only internet connection (it's connected to his PC). He's not a heavy user, the usual monthly total is between 50 and 100 GB.
I am neither kidding or exaggerating, this is how it is, and how it should be for that matter.