For me personally, FiOS is the least of the ISP evils. And as it turns out, the service appears to be popping up everywhere these days. But knowing this brought up an interesting question for me personally – do people base their living arrangements around their Internet connectivity needs?

Myself for instance, live based on broadband availability. So it is obvious that I refuse to live in an area where at least DSL, Cable or the equivalent is not available. I suppose this would be less important if I did not work from home, but even if it was just for personal use, I would have a really hard time with living an area where broadband was not available.

So what say you? Does your location have anything to do with your Internet access needs? If you were presented with an opportunity to live somewhere better without the same level of Internet connectivity, would you still be willing to make the move? Hit the comments, share your thoughts on this.