Firestorm or FlareBlitz, care to elaborate on why the US cannot successfully follow the approach of the UK? I will admit I don't know all the details about the UK market; I know local-loop unbundling is important, but am not sure what other factors there are.
Incidentally, 20 cents a GB seems a reasonable price. 60 dollars for only 25 GB inclusive is the rip-off, unless it's an ultra-fast connection. Punitive charges, like the $2.50 per GB you quote for usage beyond 300 GB, are another matter. It does sometimes seem that ISPs see high data usage as something to be punished or banned. Electric companies don't increase the price by ten times if you use more than a certain number of units in a month, or throttle your power to only a few kilowatts.
"If I may guess, Emboar might be an exception to the norm that the scalding liquid is expelled from the Pokémon's mouth" - Cobraroll, on Emboar learning Scald.
"Nothing like a cup of tea to start off the day" - Professor Oak, EP025.