We have been enjoying the internet as intended, with net neutrality.
So what is net neutrality? It's the concept that those who provide internet (ISPs), give consumers the access and rights to visit websites freely. Any website can be viewed, whether it is YouTube, Facebook or Buzzfeed.
This has always been the goal and intentions behind the internet. With net neutrality, internet service providers are regulated to ensure that they follow the procedures outlined above.
If net neutrality is disbanded, ISPs like Verizon or Comcast could restrict website access, essentially charging users even more money to visit specific sites. So, for example, Comcast may charge a user $3.99 extra to use YouTube, and then another $3.99 for access just to Netflix. And, that's in addition to the subscription fees for Netflix.