Otherwise if you do not plan to run remote (SmartLink or VPN) I would not bother.
If you can get a good 802.11ac access point or router with 5GHz capability that would help while you are home. This is especially important if you live in a densely populated area or even have neighbors less than a few hundred feet away because the 2.4GHz band gets crowded and 5GHz supports faster data rates with channel bonding anyway.
I have Spectrum 350Mb/s x 30Mb/s in the USA for $89/month and Orange 200Mb/s x 200Mb/s in France for €19 (USD$24)... (ISP get away with over-changing us in the USA)
I run remote much of the time. Except for Contests I never use the Maestro as I find knobs slow me down too much when chasing DX or working digital.
I agree with Ria.. For Remote Operations - Upload Speed from your base of operations is critical. So if you can get faster upload go for it.
However... You may also find that Latency is also much lower if you have a higher Internet speed. This can make a huge difference in Digital Modes and CW. So again something positive to consider if you get faster Internet