I live in rural NC where only wired option is spotty DSL at 6mbps down and 0.75mbps up. With Covid and the increased need to work remotely I called around and was recommended Unlimitedville which ships out a cellular modem on your choice of carrier.
At $150/month for the cheaper carriers it’s pricey however I’m reliably getting 20mbps down and 5mbps up and doesn’t seem affected by weather. The service has been stable and will be where I stay at least until Starlink gets out of beta in my area.
Not sure how available they are across the country though they’ve been great for me.
Only down side is that the modem is behind a double NAT so only way to self host services is to setup a VPN tunnel like Wireguard to somewhere with an external IP (which I have done successfully via Digital Ocean droplet).