They change the names of these things so often that who knows who has tried what. I did have Dish’s satellite internet here for a while. I hated it, but when you don’t have a choice, you kind of have to grin and bear it. This was a few years back and the system used the phone line for unloads and the satellite for downloads. This resulted in more delays than I expected/desired. Once the thing was streaming from the satellite, the data rate was good. So your level of annoyance might depend upon the type of surfing you do. If you’re constantly jumping between sites, the uplink latency is more of a factor than if you spend most of your time downloading files or streaming.
Of course any inclement weather would kick me off. However this might be more of a problem at my northern latitude. The Satellite seems to be located over the southern US.
Wireless internet is now popping up around my area which gives people in rural areas more options. You might want to check availability in your area. It’s basically cell phone like technology; terrestrial uplinks/downlinks. Not as fast as fiber, but it’s a price you pay for living outside the city.