C'mon now. The only reason the general public would care is if caps are implemented. Otherwise, it's completely useless information to them.Geeks love the data. The public doesn't care.
But see, the caps *are* implemented. They just aren't enforced.
That's the equivalent of not having caps to the general public. Have a law on the books that is never enforced.No one pays attention to it as it's not serious. Start enforcing it and people WILL ask for something to track their usage...or just switch providers. Until then, it sounds like PR business talk.