okay so your network is 100x better than competitors, but why limit yourself? Serious.. what are the chances of a push towards 100 Mbps for each and every subscriber and what are the limitations?
Way I see it, you've got all the spectrum and you don't really pay for bandwidth.. is it getting better?
If you understood the technology you would see that is not the case.
Here a Cliff Notes version
Verizon 4G LTE currently consists of 10 MHz of spectrum for download and 10 MHz for upload.
With 10 MHz each sector on a cell tower( and each tower has 3 sectors ) can handle 150 Mbps TOTAL. That is all users on that sector COMBINED have to share that 150 Mbps.
Each sector averages between 300-400 users. Sometimes more, sometimes less. Of course not everyone is on at all times. Even if only 5% are using a sector at a particular moment 5% of 300 is 15 user 15 users/150 Mbps = 10 Mbps MAX.
Of course this isn't even taking into account that nothing can even use 100 Mbps anyway. What site would you be going to that needs a 100 Mbps connection? Not to mention that you'd blow through you 2 GB cap in 3 minutes at 100 Mbps anyway.