250 gig limit still apply? At 50 megabit, I think it takes just under 12 hours to reach that 250 gig limit. It sounds like that's going to be a problem.
This whole obsession with speeds providing different pricing tears seems pretty obnoxious. When I get power from PG&E, I don't pay different amounts depending on whether I want to be able to draw enough juice to run the over and the A/C at the same time. PG&E will provide quite a lot of power, so much that I don't really think about it until I pop a circuit breaker, but that's usually a limitation of my wiring, not theirs.
PG&E charges me based on how much I use. But they don't charge me through the nose like the evil cell phone companies charging an obscene $0.20/sms. PG&E charges enough that I don't leave the lights on constantly, but I don't think twice about how much it's going to cost me in my power bill to watch a movie. A few of the ISPs that have proposed usage based billing have the numbers all wrong. It shouldn't cost $2 to stream the bits of a movie I'm renting from netflix. That's obscene.
It's time for Internet connectivity to be treated and regulated as a utility.