IPv6 End User Fee

George Herbert george.herbert at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 17:43:47 CDT 2012


If anyone's ISPs are overcharging them, I will be able to provide
service for no more than 1 cent per available routable IPv6 address in
any netblock from /64 on up.  We have a reasonable startup rate of a
/56 for the price of a /64 for the remainder of 2012, even!

-george

On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 3:37 PM, Derek Ivey <derek at derekivey.com> wrote:
> If my ISP charged me fees for IPv6 space, I'd ditch them. They already make
> enough money as is from modem/cable box rentals.
>
> Derek
>
>
> On 8/3/2012 6:12 PM, Cameron Byrne wrote:
>>
>> On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 12:22 PM, Otis L. Surratt, Jr. <otis at ocosa.com>
>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Anyone charging end users for IPv6 space yet? :p
>>>
>>> Just wondering, with so many IPv6 resources in a single allocation it
>>> would seem difficult to charge anything at all.
>>>
>>> 1. How are you making up loss of revenue on IPv4 assignments?
>>> 2. Are you charging anything?
>>> 3. Is the cost built into the service?
>>> 4. Do you assign IPv6 space to end user and charge admin fee?
>>>
>>> Take care,
>>>
>>> Otis
>>>
>> IPv6 users cost me less money (CGN resources), i wish i had a business
>> method for giving them discounts and meaningful incentives for using
>> IPv6.
>>
>> Today, my retail mobile phones users can have 1 NAT'd IPv4 address or
>> 2^64 public IPv6 addresses + NAT64 to reach IPv4 destinations.   Most
>> don't use the IPv6 address option yet :(
>>
>> But the number of folks electing to use IPv6 is increasing with more
>> phones available (4 Androids now support HSPA+ IPv6) and more IPv6
>> awareness
>>
>> CB
>>
>
>



-- 
-george william herbert
george.herbert at gmail.com



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