I just have a question. I was just wondering why there's a Premium price on UFB Versus Traditional ADSL?
With Telecom to get 100Mb/50Mb Up/Down you have to pay a premium of $40 for the 500GB plan.
ADSL 500GB = $119
100Mb/50Mb = $159
Why is there a premium price? I suspect this would be the case with other ISP's too. I thought UFB would be cheaper?
I understand the case for a premium price from 3G to 4G that Vodafone are currently offering. But what baffles me is why this is the case with Broadband. Vodafone funded their own 4G Network. Didn't Taxpayers fund around 1.35B for this UFB Network?
Yet why is there a premium to get this?
My current ISP is Vodafone, but I assume they would put a premium price as-well.
I don't see why ordinary people would want to pay a $40 premium price to get faster speed when imo it's already perfect for 'ordinary' use. I can even load 4K videos without it buffering and have zero lag with gaming.