For somethings that’s too cheap, the LFC’s are lowering the price of the 1Gbp/s. It’s only the lower plans they are putting the price up on.
If it’s too cheap why are they lowering the price of the 1Gbp/s plans and only increasing the lower ones.
Because the fixed price is a large portion of the cost of having fiber. When its crippled to lower speeds it doesnt actually lower the cost of providing it that much.
Worst is that some no good regulations come in and the market gets horribly distorted like they have done to the power market with forcing the lower user plans that drop the daily prices and up the unit prices.