said by SimbaTLK1:Any link aggregation (802.3ad (LACP)) I would use would be able to consume more than 1Gbps of capacity for a single connection.
Depending on the bond/team settings, that will only get you a max of 1Gbit per single stream.
That means that things like bittorrent could max out the 2Gbps, but something like an FTP transfer, or streaming a video, not so much.
You would to need to have a high end managed switch with several 10G ports on it and a smokin' fast router to be able to even use the connection with multiple PCs anywhere near maximum potential.
As far as I know this kind of equipment only exists in the datacenter (they don't have it at your local Best Buy). What are end users connecting these fast connections to?