There will be consequences.
Although Net Neutrality rules were eliminated a few moments ago by the Republicans, there still is a rule that ISPs need to reveal the exact ways in which they have chosen to stick it to us. We can then, with that information, stick it back to them. The best hope now is that when we do so, we do it hard. Advertisement buyers, producers of conent, etc. that use these ISPs selectively, or this information have to be shut down, protested, boycotted, that sort of thing. An medium term solution is to always be ready to switch providers to the lesser of the various evils, but that is costly and difficult.
Most effective will be a zero tolerance voting pattern. Anyone running for Congress who does not explicitly embrace net neutrality has to be voted against, no matter what. This whole problem will be fixed in two years or so when the Republican party is effectively ended after this long reign of stupidity and terror. But for now, when they annoy us we annoy them back times ten.
I actually suspect they backroom dynamics on this will cause very little to happen until after the 2018 midterms, because the powers that be know that if they do too much now the Republican Party will be ended in November 2018.