What's unacceptable with it? I really don't get it. You could've said the same thing in 1997. I don't know why it's taking them so long, as you might expect Nintendo would be interested in charging for online since day one. You might expect everything isn't ready yet. The price is better to announce after you know what you get for your money.
Ok. You may have a little different situation than I have. I have roughly 20 devices in my house that I can watch youtube with, having only two might be a little different. Watching youtube on your TV is handy, I admit and i have done it every now and then.
Just buy the device after everything you need to know is announced. Can't be that hard. If you get the console before you know what online is going to cost you, the price can't be that important.
What's acceptable with it? Again, it's 2017! It isn't 1997. It's not even 2007. Online play has become a fundamental part of console gaming in the past 15 years. Can you imagine Sony or Microsoft announcing their next consoles and telling people they won't have any online services for the first six months? Fuck, Microsoft tried to launch a console three years ago that required an online connection, but here we are with people trying to pass off the fact that this is missing at launch as even moderately acceptable. If this type of shit isn't ready at launch, delay your console and spare yourselves the embarassment! It has to be obvious to you at this point that the launch of the Switch has been rushed. This console isn't ready. This platform definitely isn't ready. But fuck it. Rushing things out the door in the video game industry has never worked out poorly, has it?
So you're solution is to just wait. Maybe if you watched the video in question, you'd be able to list off a bunch of reason why waiting for this information could be catastrophic for the Switch.