That's all nice and everything....
... But who is going to pay for it?
On this side of the pond, we've been promised fiber to the home for years now. I've yet to see it actually happen on a non-trial basis anywhere except certain small sections of large eastern coast cities.
Companies don't (or won't, or can't) afford the shiny new equipment that it demands, the expense of tearing up the roads to install the last mile of fiber (and city permits/public works projects are a barrel of red tape by themselves), and the added upstream and content caching farms they'll need once demands overwhelms their existing connections.
Cities don't want the roads torn up for weeks/months on end that it'll take to install said fiber, don't want more wires on poles if that's the scheme of things, and will generally take ages to rubber stamp any sort of approval on anything unless liberally greased by wads of cash.
Joe public wants it with impossible to achieve goals (no lag, 100%+ uptime, and no bandwidth caps) and cheaper then their current service.
Sure it's nice and all, but I'm not holding my breath to see fiber to the home for another couple years at least.