Air Advantage offers an extremely basic wireless connection that, sometimes, reaches 1MB/s. However, they never list their speeds on their website so you never know why you're really paying $38/month until you do a few speed tests yourself.
If you're into multiplayer games, Air Advantage isn't an ideal choice if you plan on playing anywhere from 5pm-2am, which usually results in less than 1MB/s due to peak usage. I'm constantly rubber-banding whenever I attempt to play online games anytime before 2-3am in the morning, which obviously isn't a very ideal situation to be in.
There is no bandwidth cap, which is nice, but with their speeds I'd never even get near any cap they'd impose on their customers anyways. After roughly 5 years of being a customer, I've notice a significant decline in quality, and will likely be switching to Charter sometime later this year.