A new broadband tax? No thanks.
I would not want to make the case that the market is truly competitive. In many places it is not.
But if the broadband market is competitive enough to support a $30 premium giving the consumers nothing but a promise, then the market does not need Title II regulation. Supporters of Title II argued that ISPs have oligopolistic power but the 2015 Order did not actually say they did.
If the market is not competitive then the $30 is simply a tax on consumers. Logic does not seem much in evidence here.