Is there any information on when ISPs will be offering the new wholesale UFB plans announced by Chorus a few months back?
I'm particularly interested in "Fibre 100 (which) will be priced at the initial wholesale price of $40 per 100/20 connection, making it the de facto entry level fibre plan." (source: http://www.nbr.co.nz/opinion/chorus-re-engages-isps-offering-1000-customers-double-speed-ufb-fibre)
I mentioned this to a CSR at my ISP (Snap) last week, but they'd never heard of this. I'm wondering when this will be introduced, and whether ISPs will elect to provide this to existing customers (or just a subset, eg those out of contract). Given the significant increase in speed over the currently entry-level 30/10 plan, I'd be very interested in this, even if it does come with a slightly higher cost (will be $2.50 more at the wholesale level).
Thanks for any advice.