Rural city in Denmark 300/300 Mbit/s fiber connection with no cap. 369 DKK a month, which is 56 USD.
Bay Area (USA) with Comcast. I'm paying $80/month (luckily a chunk of that gets reimbursed for work).
Apparently I have a 1TB cap but I've never gotten too close to that.
Nominally 250 Mbps down (not sure about up). On the Stadia speedtest (over my wifi) I got 175 Mbps.
Sadly Comcast is my only option (AT&T doesn't count) at this location.
SW Virginia, like $74 for 6Mb/.5Mb Verizon DSL (which could be higher if I was closer) w/no data cap, and landline phone service which is required. Shit sucks. My county's supposed to be getting high speed for rural folks because of some federal grant or something, I dunno. So maybe I'll at least get up to 25Mb connection allowing me to cut the cord. Problem is now, I live on elevated farmland well past a railroad underpass, and it would cost thousands of dollars for one of the local cable companies to run a line back to us, not to mention needing to have the connection buried.
South Africa - Cape Town - 4MBps DSL line no cap.
converting rand to dollar, I'm paying roughly $60 for the line and account.
I live in a pretty central spot, they are busy putting in fibre in areas around me just not where i can take advantage of it, fibre has pretty okay speeds by South African standards for $50 for 8MBps.
UK - About 55mb down / 20mb up for £40 a month and no cap. In South East UK, but down an old cobbled street so can't get cable and ended up with BT as they had the best speed.
I still don't really get Stadia though. Are they solely aiming for people who have no gaming devices of any kind?.
Major city, United States midwest:
$65 a month for 1GB up/down service. No cap. Only select areas of the city have access to this service--a majority of the population cannot get fiber and must instead pay through the nose for cable internet that both has significant upload/download ceilings and a severe cap.
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