Let's not dismiss unlimited data entirely. There is a reason the US Big 4 are investing extensively into it: Best Unlimited Data Plan
On seeing these numbers, 'Unlimited' starts out at 22GB for $70 (the cheapest single line plan). Assuming the equivalent economic value for that is maybe 3,500, I can see A LOT of people going for this package, which includes:
Unlimited* 4G/LTE (*speeds are capped if you regularly consume more than 30GB in under a month)
Unlimited 3G - After your 4G/LTE is capped, you can enjoy 'Airtel' like unlimited speeds till your next renewal date
Unlimited Talk time - Talk for as long as you want across all networks
Unlimited Text - text as much as you want across all networks
Unlimited Roaming in Mexico & Canada - We can have that done in Uganda & Tanzania, maybe even the entire EAC. The EU has already started.
So read that again and tell me if members here - and a good portion of the general public - wouldn't be throwing money at a telco offering all this at 3,500 a month.
Other bundle prices could be created to satisfy as many consumer brackets as possible but still, this is a great move.