Um, Bern? Bucharest is the capital city of and the largest country in a relatively small country. The United States of America is a large country with a very vast rural interior and very widely spaced out major cities. Of course internet speeds in Bucharest will be way faster than those in Auxvasse, Missouri.
Everyone gets gigabit fiber. Then what? When broadband started getting popular, I made what turned out to be a 180 on the dartboard prediction being mindful of what is incorrectly noted as Say’s Law, (“supply creates its own demand”), that instead of the existing internet getting faster, that developers would load up webpages with more and more bells and whistles until it got to the point where those pages would load as slowly on broadband as Web 1.0 era webpages did on dialup. So when gigabit tiers are close enough to ubiquitous, then every damned webpage is going to want to foist a 3D 8K video into your snoot.