techmeister:Ragnor: Basically the wholesale price ISP's pay to Chorus for use of the line and dsl equipment etc.
Telecom are not offering a residential VDSL2 service yet.
imo for residential VDSL2 talk to Snap, for professional or business VDSL2 talk to Maxnet or Unleash.
As far as I was told by our Telecom business account manager, they do not do VDSL2
residential or business and do not plan to for a long time.
Talk about the fastest way to to get rid of your business customers!
We have been forced to go to another provider (HD) I guess it all ends up in the same pocket anyway.
Yeah right now VDSL2 is a way better option bang for buck for most businesses than ADSL2+ or HSNS fibre/copper - at least until GPON UFB is more widely available.
I suspect the de-merger of Chorus consumed a huge amount of time and resource and Telecom simply don't have the billing and internal tools in place to offer VDSL2 yet.
Chorus is a completely separate company now so it doesn't end up in the same pocket.