[AusNOG] The price of v6 - Re: last mile IPv6
Simon.Booth at speechnetworks.com.au
Wed Mar 6 14:01:09 EST 2013
TPG has a lower cost model to Internode. Whereas Internode provide technical support from an Australian contact centre, TPG outsource to the Philippines. Added to the fact that TPG own their own international backhaul (via PIPE) they have a lower cost to market and charge accordingly.
Senior Pre-Sales Engineer
Global Speech Networks
From: ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net [mailto:ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net] On Behalf Of Craig Askings
Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 1:50 PM
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Subject: Re: [AusNOG] The price of v6 - Re: last mile IPv6
Given that internode has always been more expensive that TPG, even before ipv6 was deployed in any sense in either network. From an end user perspective the real cost is $0.
On 06/03/2013, at 12:45 PM, Don Gould <don at bowenvale.co.nz> wrote:
> This and the TPG thread prompted me to ask what IPv6 is costing.
> What does an Internode plan cost for the same value as you get on your TPG plan?
> TPG - 200Gb - $100
> Internode - 200G, v6 - $150
> That puts a price of $50 a month on v6.
> What's the real cost here?
> On 6/03/2013 2:10 p.m., Jake Anderson wrote:
>> coming from a SMB space the largest impediment to my clients adopting
>> IPv6 is the lack of providers in the shallow end of the pool offering it.
>> Internode, Gold star for IPv6, I have some customers already using it
>> on adsl.
>> As for everybody else, wth man?
>> What's the excuse for providers like optus/telstra/iinet not even
>> offering a tunnel service.
>> Somebody mentioned it was possible to request ipv6 on optus
>> residential services any more info on that?
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