Its only fair :)
They use a number of different "valves" to discourage streaming--pricing aside. In the lower tiers there is a $50 max but higher per GIG charge ($1-$1.50) on a $2c item--quite a handy profit. In the lower tiers if you don't stream the pricing is quite reasonable to the larger ones in the US. If you want speed, no problem -- just don't use it. The toll booth is unlimited no caps on upcharge.
If you look carefully though, by maxing out the price, that mysteriously prices you to what it would cost if you added the TV packages (phone is a total rip)-- so why stream when the cable package + net would cost the same.
So as one can see why bundling is illegal in many cases from a single source -- and it causes prices to rise. Cable bundled -- and channels, phone sky high, internet capped to discourage streaming.
Sounds like a monopoly in action.
You guys just need redbox and you can bypass the foolishness (a la movie magic, etc). I know it is old skool but my redbox is only a mile away (or 2km for you guys).