It depends on how you approach the World Wide Web of internet connected services. If you are working from home, uploading and downloading large amounts of HD video and HD image files, a 100 Mbps symmetrical connection might help. If you are doing collaborative work on large multiple CAD or video files, accessed through the WWW, you might find a 100Mbps symmetrical connection useful. These concepts are some of the the reasons LUS Fiber allows its subscribers to communicate with each other at 100Mbps symmetrical, no matter what lower speed internet package they subscribe to. It does not cost LUS Fiber anything more to allow its customers to use LUS's intranet at its maximum capability than it would to leave them operating on the intranet at the subscribed to speed. That concept has fostered interesting business start-ups and expansions within LUS Fiber's operating area. The really interesting part of the story has yet to be written. What happens if LUS figures out how to create a viable 1,000 Mbps(1Gbps) intranet? Or even faster? What new businesses might be created then?
Yah agreed there are some people out there that would benefit from that but most people i know that work from hom have head offices with 3-5 mb upload or just a T1, fiber is the way and should be built out more quickly. My data center is pricey lol