Yeah... billing by device sounds terrible, but then we have this: 'If things are left to just be driven by market economics, we could end up with people paying for the amount of data that they consume to every device and that would not be a fair way to approach the market.'
This is not net neutrality, in which ISPs charge third parties for data requested by their own customers, who are already paying.
But if I'm the customer of an ISP, how is paying for the amount of data I transfer over the network not a fair way to approach the market?
It's possible I misunderstood - like if he's insinuating that if you transfer 1GB and have five devices, you'd be charged for 5GB, but that'd just be stupid. I don't see any ISPs suggesting any such thing.