I've been with them since 2017 and they haven't missed a beat. Great company to deal with and I find the service rock solid. I'd have no issues recommending them to anybody.
Can't see NBN changing pricing . As it is they are barely making a return and unless a future government (certainly not this one) writes it down or injects cash (both of which have budget impact) they can't move.I agree with you, the moment nbnco change their wholesale pricing and ABB are more competitively priced,
Can't see NBN changing pricing
Minor change yes. But not going to make much of a difference to retail prices, just moving from Column A to B.Switch from nbn's current variable CVC charging structure to a flat wholesale price per connection.
Branding and service can make a difference in mature markets. I would expect substantial consolidation of smaller players, especially as venture capital gets involved. Hopefully ABB can maintain independence and quality of service and not go the way of iinet, and westnet before them, and so on and so forth.Minor change yes. But not going to make much of a difference to retail prices, just moving from Column A to B.
And as more lower usage NBN users shift off NBN to 5G, the high fixed cost of the NBN is going to have to be born by less users.
To some extent I'm surprised that ABB supported the proposal. In the early NBN days the cheap operators had substantial peak congestion so it was more clear the difference that a better operator made. With flat prices their is far less differentiation in the market which makes maintaining price premiums more difficult.
I discovered there is a code too. Mine is: 6652002I recently switched to ABB for my first NBN connection. I signed up for a 50/20 plan and purchased a mesh system. Tested on Ookla Speedtest I receive around 53Mbps download on WiFi anywhere in the home. Very happy to recommend Aussie.
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