The present generation of people who grew up before the internet or
mobile phones are an inconvenience to the advance of technology.
Our quaint notion of good quality service was based on the fact that we paid for it.
In order for a broadband supplier to meet the "8Mb for £1.99 per month" he has to economise on service and squeeze as many customers as possible onto what is effectively a party line. With the appearance of TV broadcasts delivered over the internet the already slow speeds will be further reduced.
The good news is that once you remove downloading videos, copying music and illegal file sharing this congestion is removed. The even better news is that modern technology allows a level of helpdesk service which will satisfy even the grumpiest old fart. Imagine a world where your internet connection is fast, if you have a problem a skilled technician will videoconference and show you what to do. The downside is that if you want to receive a TV programme or movie you will have to pay a rental fee for it. ( I leave the completion of this business case as an exercise for the would-be entrepreneur)