quickymart: Nope, no one else does - and every situation is far to different to just apply a blanket discount.
Seriously, 2 Mb/s isn't exactly dialup speed or anything - there are a LOT of rural customers out there who love to even just get 512k.
See Finland for example, they have just over 5 million in population, and they have a Human Right to have a broadband connection of at least 1 MB/s now and 100 Mb/s by 2015.
Telecom seems to have little care for rural customers, yet they seem to monopolize the market.
A lose-lose situation really.