Static IP for Residential
People are working from Home, more and more often. Google needs to catch up with competitors. Other companies give in for $20 extra a month to give a residential a Static IP. I'm a developer, who runs a business from my home, but am refused to have the small business packages, and I'm left stranded going through VPNs to get a static IP from a server on a different ISP. Fiber should encourage it's consumers to be developers, but a lot of companies require a static IP range to access their content, and a lot of us are left stranded. You market, "Everyone has a dedicated fiber line", but you don't treat DHCP the same by giving people static IPs, even for an additional cost.