In the great white north, better known as kanada.
Live in the woods.
I'm (and given the alternative, genuinely feel) "lucky" to have WiMax here for home internet. It's an obscure and mostly forgotten, almost ancient wireless technology that no longer has any relevance almost anywhere else globally. It came as an alternative a few G's ago, and was being touted as being better than the next G, but of course, wasn't. Save for, it has quite good signal penetration, which, in my case, is good, since I'm occasionally shrouded by trees and snow.
The caveat: capped at 5 Mbps. Imagine your entire life, capped at 5. Media. Video. Games. Everything.
At this point, I'd pay $200 a month for "5G" or "Gigabit LTE"
I can only hope one of the wireless players will answer my prayers.
This might put me in unpopular company, but before you hit that little downvote, send me your bandwidth.