Not here yet
Keep in mind we don't have a system here in the States like that either. We also currently get the "Only $20 a month *" (*until it goes up to $60) and the (tiny tiny print) "up to" (HUGE PRINT) "20mbps!!!" here too (and then find the line either does 20mbps, or does like 2mbps, depending on how busy it is in your area -- especially cable where the cable nodes tend to be massively oversubscribed.) This good stuff the FCC is planning is still in the early early stages, there's plenty of time to water it down to nothing.
Honestly, the smart way to "wire" up the last 5% would probably be point-to-point wireless, but I'm sure what'll actually happen is collecting huge amounts of subsidies, spending some on running expensive fiber to those 5%, then pocketing the rest. If the 5% are hooked up at all.
To me the BIG issue here is cost! 1.5mbps DSL here costs $50 a month from Qwest ("only" $40 a month if you have some kind of landline phone service, which is useless since I have a cell phone -- very very reliable I might add.) (But $30 a month for the first 12 months). Wireless from Verizon Wireless is $60 a month, I get about 1mbps but it's mobile so I can use it on the road -- a new plan has a 5GB cap but mine is grandfathered in without the cap. I could get a newer EVDO Rev A card instead of Rev 0 and probably get closer to 1.5mbps. This is what I have right now since I travel a lot, I just use it both at home and on the road. Mediacom cable has (unadvertised in general) 3mbps, a 12, 20 and (limited availability) 50mbps service. 3mbps is already $30, and they charge $15 if you don't have cable TV from them, so $45 then.
They'll have like $20 a month for first x months plans but then it goes up of course. That's IT! There's NO broadband for less than $45 a month, other than switching back and forth between cable and DSL before the intros run out. Generally no contracts at least!