512kbps/128kbps - I'm stuck with ADSL1 because Australia's infrastructure is sorely lacking, (Telstra ADSL2+ equipment is installed in the local exchange but any ISP who uses it charges an arm, leg, first born, yearly wages * 10 and your soul). And because almost all ADSL1 equipment is Telstras it means that almost all ISPs charge a comparative fortune for it compared to if they have their own ADSL2+ equipment installed.
But it is full speed all the time - no slowdowns/disconnections, (apart from occasional ISP upstream problems - eg. backbone down, etc), and true unlimited data quota unlike almost all other ISPs which throttle bandwidth.
So satisfaction is high going by Renegades requirements but "value for money" isn't compared to what it would cost in, say, the USA.