It's about disposable incomes and average usage. My ISP provides 1 Gbps unlimited without any caps for the equivalent of 4400 INR a month. Compared to the average wage in the UK, that's not too much, so 80% of the people take this plan, even boomers who only watch Netflix on their TV. As a result the ISP doesn't care if 0.1% of the people use 20-30TB since there are lots of low usage people to balance.I guess so but not sure. I have only dealt with Hetzner unlimited Gigabit servers (yea its diff from residential connection as its in a datacenter) but you can upload/download as much as you want and they dont care. The whole server is like 30 Euros a month.
Meanwhile, in India servers that come with Gigabit usually have data caps and cost a ton.
I don't think it will choke the network (its ffth)the main reason why true unlimited isn't being offered is due to the population density of our country. if someone offers true 1 gig connection a whole apartment can easily share it. So its a financial loss for the company.Truly unlimited is not feasible simply because as soon as it is offered there will be a small number of people who will abuse it and choke the network for the rest of the users.