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.
150 down / 15 up Cable for $69.95 CDN a month with no data cap. I deal with TekSavvy through a Shaw connection.
300gb used to be a really common data cap here and TekSavvy used to wave it for $5 which was way cheaper than everyone else. Now I think partially due to CRTC regulations there are no data caps on most of the higher speeds.
My parents who live in a remove region of BC can only get 7 down / 1 up DSL. They might be getting much faster speeds soon but it is brutally slow.
I can potentially get 1gb down / 1gb up Fiber in my area but due to some local regulations it is tough to get for my suite.
Pay for 50 (40 down, 10 up)
Get about 35 and 10 plugged into the router. Rest of the house is generally 15 down, above 20 if we are lucky. Using a Netgear Orbi set up and it's better than just one router but it isnt as perfect as I would like. I've pretty much moved to plugging in the important devices into the satelitte which helps a bit
It's a point to point service and it's the best option we have currently.
Central Texas best available is 15 down 1.4 up for $70 per month. It says there’s a cap but they don’t measure it so I don’t think it’s enforced. Big shitty company provides a bunch of small towns. Some have very fast speeds but only the ones where they have to compete with other services and they do measure and cap there so we all have a cap but I don’t think you can hit it at 15 megs.
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