I thought 75/75 Mbps was fine but apparently I’m a dinosaur and still living in the stone age.
It totally depends on what you use your internet for, but 75Mbps would be more than adequate for the huge majority of homes.
Between gaming consoles, smart tv’s, home security devices, iPads, laptops, etc, we have a significant number of devices connected at all times.
Unlike what the ISPs advertise, number of devices alone is not a good metric for determining an appropriate download speed.
So on Monday Verizon is coming to upgrade us to Gigabit Internet.
I see so many people spend a lot more money to upgrade to Gigabit speeds that just will never or hardly ever utilize the speeds.
Not saying that is your situation, but I talked to a lot of my neighbors, and many of them are using their Gigabit speeds to stream Netflix, play video games, and use Facebook. Gigabit is overkill for most people.
Think of it this way, A Gigabit connection could stream 1080p Netflix on over 250 different TVs all at the same time, and over 50 4K streams at the same time.
With your “slow” 75Mbps connection, you can stream Netflix over 20 1080p TVs at the same time.