Depending on how many people you have using your internet connection and what they happen to use it for you may or may not need to spend your cash on fibre optic broadband. Of course, this can also come down to budget as well, so if you’re looking to save cash you could look at different services instead.
If you confess to being an internet addict of sorts, downloading large quantities of data, streaming films, playing online games and using multiple devices, a fibre optic connection would make sense. Also, if you work from home and rely on your internet connection for a living, a fibre optic connection is a no-brainer.
But, if you only occasionally use the net for emails and the odd bit of online shopping, then a fibre optic connection could prove a rather expensive novelty. So, it really comes down to whether you use your home internet connection enough to warrant paying a higher price for a higher speed.