No! I didn't want Broadband, back then.
In the early zeros I used to have an old vintage Acorn RISC PC on dial-up using the Blueyonder ISP. Perfect for what I needed.
It had no USB or Ethernet connections, but a RS232 port with a dial-up modem. No way could it connect to broadband in it's current state or make any use of a fast connection, but I would get regular calls off my ISP.
I would tell them:
"Look, it doesn't matter if you even gave me the broadband for free, I can't make any use of it, please can you stop phoning me up every couple of weeks to give me an upgrade offer I can't refuse, because I still have refuse it"
Then they would ask which version of Windows ("No it's not running Windows, or before you ask Mac OS or Linux, ok!") I was using, it would generally go down hill from there. Eventually a strong "No!" at the start of the call would get rid of them quickly.
Then I got married and my wife told me we needed a new computer and the old one had to go, hee hee.
Now I have a 20Mbit connection, but as you say some people are happy with dial-up or nothing.
Penguin because "No it wasn't Windows!" even though it wasn't Linux either, how confusing.