Same. I am cheap and only get the 100/100 service from FiOS fiber. Not with the extra $30 a month for 1000/1000. Steam generally will max it out. Since I live alone I am content with it.100/100 FiOS...the downloads are so fast I also don't look at the speed...even for the largest games it might take 20-25 minutes
Forgot to mention, while i get some great speeds on my att fiber it is the most inconsistent service I've ever experienced. I'm seriously considering switching to spectrum which only offers 400mbps in my area but if it stays one consistently will be steps ahead of att.
1Gb/s up and down and I've seen 85-90MB/s down from Steam.
It's amazing not feeling like you have to keep everything installed all the time when it takes so little time to re-download it.
I have symmetric gigabit.
Past a certain threshold, Steam downloading becomes more about decryption than bandwidth, so CPU limitation becomes a factor.
On my connection, an i5 6600k pulls about 65MBps, but my new 3900x effectively saturated it yesterday downloading Remnant: From the Ashes at 115MBps.
Note that I've heard Steam employs varying degrees of encryption so sometimes you'll see higher than normal results. Also, other services frequently employ NO encryption so you're more likely to see bandwidth saturation on those.