Cord Cutters has an interesting article on all the internet providers that are coming out of the weeds recently: We all know the multiple low orbit sat folks from SpaceX to Amazon and more, but several LTE wireless folks are ramping up, in some cases targeting rural users, and others putting their sites directly on urban/suburban cable users (tmobile plans on both if they can ever get their hands on Sprint and it's wimax frequencies). I moved to a rural area 4+ years ago and chose a small berg primarily because they had comcast, a choice that beared out as they fielded docsis3.1 and gigabit at the same time as the two nearest BIG cities. Just in the last month, two wireless LTE providers have started selling wireless broadband at 50Mb/s full duplex (same speed down and up) with no caps at under $70/month. A third and maybe a fourth are not far behind but apparently are lacking equipment supplies, which is a problem with the two current providers that are on 4g/LTE but are both already on 5g but promise much higher speeds (same cost or lower) once they can make the transition. Btw, I can see three towers from my front porch in which 5 major carriers are on (the 4 national plus a regional), so getting a signal even with 5g millimeter frequencies shouldn't be a problem). So I'm looking at options from my now pretty expensive cable internet (>$150/month unmetered) and wondering like the cord cutter article if the cable folks know what's coming down the road to squash them flat.