Are people even reading the comments?
The anti-NN bandwagon are repeating the same comments that have been answered many times elsewhere and even in the commets thread here.
(1) NN does not stop ISPs from selling 10 Mbit, 10Gbit, etc connections.
(2) It is the artificial traffic crippling that is being questioned i.e. the ISPs are artificially creating service differentiation. NN does not allow an ISP to differentiate services by uncrippling those who are paying more. This is because in general it isn't a good idea to allow deeper pockets to throttle and drown others, as this is all artificial created service degradation at the ISP end.
(3) Charging can continue to be metered based on the amount of data - nothing stops the ISP charging more for more data. If Netflix uses more of the network, they can be charged more - but not if they use the same amount of data and traffic class as Hulu.
If packet Netflix of priority class 1 and packet Hulu of priority class 1 arrive, both are treated the same. Both are given the same chance to arrive at the destination. If Netflix paid more for a fatter pipe instead, there would be more Netflix packets anyway, and so more arrive at the destination and that is how they offer better service.
In summary, NN says paying more money should be about buying more infrastructure at the ISP end, and not for telling the ISP bouncer to let them through to the big boy's club.
On a side note: there seem to be a lot of misinformed/dumb CEOs this year at MWC. with The Nokia CEO and another O2 CEO asking for "digital neutrality" so that Google/Facebook can be taxed by telcos (???!!!). I guess CEO brains don't work when they hear "neutrality"