I live in San Jose, CA. If anyone assumed I have access to the best ISP options with the fastest connections I would not fault them, but sadly they would be wrong.
The only 100+ Mbps option in my area is Comcast. I've actually been fairly happy with Comcast in terms of the connection speed and reliability, but I do not like their practices when it comes to billing rates and usage limits.
Every year I have to call customer service and threaten to leave as a negotiation tactic to keep my bill under control. The truth is that there isn't any reasonable alternative, but at least they are willing to work with me. In the end it always means I have to commit to another year of service at a slightly higher rate (but still lower than what they automatically increased my bill to).
In terms of usage limits, Comcast increased their data cap from 300GB to 1TB in my area sometime in 2016. They claim that most people won't need to worry about this limit and for the most part that has been true for me; up until recently.
My home is becoming more connected to the internet with security cameras that upload HD video. My photo and video library continues to grow and needs constant backup to the cloud. My TV and other connected screens continue to stream more hours of higher resolution content. These things have resulted in 2 perfect storms over the last 6 months that forced me over the 1TB limit. Comcast gives customers 2 courtesy months during each 12 month billing cycle, which I have now burned through. The next time this happens they will charge me $10 for each additional 50GB, or I can buy an unlimited plan for an additional $50 a month.
The numbers in that FCC report are really sad. I really wish there was more competition for 100+ Mbps connections. Google Fiber gave me hope, but AT&T and Comcast made it very difficult for the project to continue and ultimately it was shut down.
AT&T did run fiber in my backyard last summer, but my address is still not eligible for service. ☹️ Maybe next year?