I recently moved to the country and there weren't any good internet providers, so we went with Bell's turbo hub - $150 for 50GB, $2GB overage. That is not a typo (and Roger's hub overage was even worse). Speedwise it was fine but with that cap size, we had no Netflix, had to be aware when HD streaming was happening, and no wifi for guests.
About 2 months ago, there was a hanger Ad on the front door for rural service, at the time I couldn't find anything on Bell's web site. About a month ago I called them and arranged for the service. I asked how come I wasn't told about this when I recently got the hub, they said it was a new service.
They come out and do a signal test first, and will only proceed if good. They really don't know until they come on site. I don't have clear line of site in all directions, but fortunately it was clear to a nearby tower and the technician said my signal was very good.
It is 79.95 for 350GB. I have bell sat tv so I was able to get a bundled price cheaper than that. No contract. I have been getting 20ish Mbps consistently. It is a bit slower than turbo hub, but I only know that because of speed tests. But now we can stream at will. There is also a smaller/cheaper plan, I think it was for 100GB?
We've been happy so far.