In the case of broadband access, I really don't see the point. Connecting to the internet yields pretty large returns, but the additional benefits of ever-faster internet are very diminishing. Beyond the point at which you can load most sites within a few seconds, the additional benefits go entirely towards downloading illegal videos.
But still, my willingess to pay for internet is probably very high. Enormous consumer surplus here, part of a general picture over the last ~15 years in which technological improvements and gains from trade have tremendously improved quality of life without impacting measured GDP very much. If America circa 1994 were a country, people would be immigrating here (maybe not right now).