Philip.Loenneker at tasmanet.com.au
Thu May 2 07:32:46 EST 2019
Enterprise Ethernet is certainly a better product, but the costs aren't necessarily suitable for a residential customer, regardless of the possibility of a free build (which is not always the case).
From: James Andrewartha <trs80 at ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au>
Sent: Wednesday, 1 May 2019 4:27 PM
To: Beeson, Ayden <abeeson at csu.edu.au>
Cc: Philip Loenneker <Philip.Loenneker at tasmanet.com.au>; Jake Anderson <yahoo at vapourforge.com>; Skeeve Stevens <ausnog at futurecrime.agency>; <ausnog at lists.ausnog.net> <ausnog at lists.ausnog.net>
Subject: Re: [AusNOG] FTTC
On Wed, 1 May 2019, Beeson, Ayden wrote:
> That is spot on, but I haven’t seen a single quote come back that was in the price range you would actually consider going ahead with.
> Admittedly that was for FTTN -> FTTP upgrades, but still I always got the feeling those “choices” were priced to make it unaffordable to regular consumers on purpose, meaning that quote price is effectively sunk money.
> I’ll be very interested to see what the FTTC -> FTTP quotes come back at, it’s a lot less fibre length to run but still requires a lot of the same types of work in the end so I’m not expecting much.
$5100 https://whrl.pl/Rfme7I which is ridiculous although these posts from
2016 https://whrl.pl/ReLT5w and https://whrl.pl/ReLVZj claim why it's expected.
Really if you want fibre you may as well take advantage of the free builds on nbn enterprise ethernet at the moment than do a tech change.
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