Last Mile Design
swmike at swm.pp.se
Sun Feb 10 13:27:11 UTC 2019
On Sun, 10 Feb 2019, Tony Wicks wrote:
> Certainly the devil is in the details, in New Zealand the access layer
> (GPON plus local transport) is largely regulated. Then Retail service
> providers buy the access component wholesale and add layer3, national
> backhaul etc. Retail for unlimited 1G/500M internet is about
> $75USD/month, for 100/50 you are looking at about 50USD/month. Key to
> this was the breakup of the incumbent into an access plus retail
> provider. This was done by allowing power (lines) companies in a few
> regions to win the access component contract.
The general going rate for a 250/100 in Sweden is around 35EUR for the
kind of service where you can then choose any ISP. Typically the
first-mile provider takes the bulk of this money.
In the cases where the proprty is on STOKAB fiber footprint (or
equivalent) and you have a reasonably large MDU the landlord can contract
an ISP to deliver ETTH to all apartments (typically CAT6 from switch in
basement) where the going rate per apartment is around 5-15EUR a month for
something like 100/100, 1G/100M or 1G/1G.
All of this with *PON nowhere to be seen. It's all AE over fiber or
Mikael Abrahamsson email: swmike at swm.pp.se
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