NN and wireless
Wireless spectrum is a limited resource and I get that as more and more people use wireless it becomes harder and hard to offer unlimited usage which unfortunately is why the carriers will all move to tiered pricing.
But my understanding is that network neutrality has more to do with the kind of traffic, not the amount of traffic that is transported across a carriers infrastructure and the carrier's ability to restrict or throttle that traffic.
That said, not sure why Google would be arguing for what amounts to a wireless exemption to network neutrality. One would think that they would want any and all types of traffic delivered to/from their Android devices so they can search/target/monetize it. Unless of course they are protecting their largest market of Android devices in the US (Verizon). Seems counter-intuitive until that link is made. If Verizon decided to stop selling Android when they get the iPhone, it would put a lot of pressure on Google. Its all about the Benjamins.