Well, maybe threeway, with all the video by internet being provided.
It's pretty obvious that it's stupid to expect 24/7 full speed, but that's what the ISPs look to be selling. They hide all the little restructions, whether it's contention ratios or download caps, in the small print.
We're maybe getting a bit of a different picture here in the UK, but our ISPs are advertising capacity they can't deliver. They get customers who fall for their lies, and then get all hot and bothered when you believe them.
And then, when they have a procedure for dealing with excessive usage, onstead they use the same sort of hidden traffic interference that Comcast are doing.
And in some ways the FCC makes Ofcom look bad. Must be an election year.