>> It's only good enough if you live in an area with good Internet connectivity
> Well, this is where all the PCs live. In areas where you don't have good Internet connectivity (such as Africa) you don't have PCs, just mobile phones so all these discussions are even less relevant.
sorry to surprise you, but it's not just places like Africa that don't have good connectivity.
It's also places in the US.
And it's not even limited to things like people living on farms. I live just outside of Los Angeles and the best I can get is 1.5Mb down. There are people within 10 miles of me who cannot even get that, and who don't have any cellular network coverage at their houses. In some cases these are million dollar houses, so it's not just the poor people who are impacted. I'm not even talking 4G/LTE coverage, I'm talking 3G and voice covereage that is spotty.
I have a friend who lives within 5 miles of the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena who can get cell coverage from outside his house, but inside it usually doesn't work