I “only” have 35Meg down x 11 Meg up at my home (VDSL + 10 meg 320 wireless) …. 
less than 10 miles away the city nearby has 1G service available to every home 
(about 100k people) … I don’t know the actual “uptake” on the 1G service but 
have heard it’s significant … 1G unlimited service (1G down x 100 Meg up) @ 

I would pay the $149/month without hesitation personally .. 

> On Oct 14, 2016, at 10:08 PM, Mathew Howard <mhoward...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, people certainly want connections that support multiple streams. Paying 
> for it, I'm not so sure about... at least around these parts.
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 8:52 PM, Eric Kuhnke <eric.kuh...@gmail.com 
> <mailto:eric.kuh...@gmail.com>> wrote:
> Have you ever seen a 1080p youtube video load on a 1GbE active-E FTTH ISP 
> that has direct peering with Google from a router 2.5ms upstream?  It's a 
> beautiful thing.
> People will absolutely pay for connections that support multiple streams, 
> take a typical family of 4 or 5 people with kids that want to watch videos on 
> tablets simultaneously...
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 6:49 PM, Ken Hohhof <af...@kwisp.com 
> <mailto:af...@kwisp.com>> wrote:
> When people say their video is “buffering”, I assume they mean re-buffering, 
> where the video stops and starts.
> I’m starting to  wonder if some people are referring to the delay before the 
> video starts playing.  Is this a thing?  And do people pay for faster 
> Internet just to make the video start faster, like cut 15-20 seconds down to 
> 5 or 10 seconds?

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