While you seem knowledgeable and I appreciate you participating in the conversation, I do feel you're being a bit of a Debbie Downer unnecessarily without knowing the context.
I've been in this apartment since 2016 and I initially had a 30Mbps subscription with a small local provider for which I was paying 39/month. They were eventually bought by a bigger company who increased the price to 49/month but also the speed to 1Gbps. This and other providers actually got rid of the smaller speeds and they offer only one option to all subscribers which I think makes a lot of sense.
One provider also offers 10Gbps for 79/month. The first 4 months are free for new customers so on the first year that comes to 52/month which is around what I am paying now. They're also throwing in the Zyxel AX7501-b0 which costs almost 400 alone and advertises 6Gbps over wifi. I'm tempted to make the switch for the router alone, the one I have now is pretty crappy.
This is where you have to actually read the specs that the engineers write and not just read the bold print written by marketing guys. They are trying to con you so they get your money in their pocket. I guess if they give it to your free it doesn't matter as much.
The whole problem is all the company marketing guys and a lot of the press that want the adverting dollars doing their best to hide all the technical problems in the fine print.
The largest issues with that router is it only runs wifi6 and not wifi6e. The 6g radio channels in the wifi6e is what really allows faster wifi speeds.
The problem with wifi6 is there are massive restrictions on the 5g band for using 160mhz. All kinds of restrictions on radar avoidance or having to run a very none standard split 80+80 band. Many routers and most cell phones just gave up and only support the 80mhz which is the same as 802.11ac. Sure you might be able to use qam1024 if you are close to the router but in general most people saw very little difference between 802.11ac and wifi6 because of this hidden 80mhz scam. You have to read the fine print very closely to see if this limitation exists.
From what I can tell if you run your phone on the 5g band it will only run 80mhz bands not real sure it is a very new phone but all the previous cell phone chipsets from broadcom had that limitation. I suspect the only way you are going get faster than 1gbit is to use a ethernet connected machines that has a 10gbit port in it.
I am waiting until much more equipment comes onto the market for wifi6e. The cost is just too high by summer when some of the lower cost vender like tplink get wifi6e it should be better.
In your case I guess if it doesn't cost any more you might as well do it.
What will happen is pretty much what happens to everyone when they first get a much faster internet. You run the speed test numbers and are impressed. You download a big game and discover it downloads extremely fast but then still takes massive amounts of time to install the patch or configure the game. After the initial week or so you will discover everything runs about the same as it did before because it was not your internet speed limiting you. Many web sites and application still run slow because of limitations that have nothing to do with network performance.
You may not like this and think this is "debbue downer" but real life is not always as exciting as they make out.