Experience from IPv4 suggests otherwise. We (as an ISP) normally hand
out dynamic IPv4 addresses to residential customers, and static IPv4
addresses to business customers.
- We have plenty of business customers who *want* dynamic addresses,
even if static is available as a standard part of their product.
- There are quite a few ISPs here that offer static IPv4 addresses to
residential customers. Those ISPs haven't captured the whole market,
So I completely disagree with the claim that (all) people will choose
static over dynamic if it is available at the same price. From my POV
the market here clearly wants both options - and both are available.
Europe is a little odd in that way, especially DE and NO in that there seems
to be this weird FUD running around claiming that static addresses are
in some way more antithetical to privacy.