Much of the effort is involved in contacting congress. The trouble is, the FCC is an executive department agency. Congress has no direct control over them.
But there is one way congress is useful in this fight make the Republicans hear that their re-election next November is contingent on Pai and his two republican commissioners not killing net neutrality. Our phone calls are useless. But a torrent of phone calls from scared Republicans congressperson to the FCC is the one thing that might make them shelve the idea.
But in most cases, contacting Democratic congresspersons will no do much - they are already on our side.
This is the idea behind the unprecedented non labor-related protests at Verizon stores. It really illustrates how corporations are becoming indistinguishable from government.
And finally, I do worry about the way this fight has forced us into a unholy alliance with the Big Tech corporations like Google who are for net neutrality over the hardware (fibers, cables, servers) but are already exercising access-discrimination at the software level…