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Re: IPv6 End User Fee
From: JORDI PALET MARTINEZ <jordi.palet () consulintel es>
Date: Fri, 03 Aug 2012 19:49:34 -0700
Add value. You must not charge for the addresses at all, they are not
yours, you can't sell them.
In every "smart" business, the future is not anymore selling "goods" but
If you have a quasi-unlimited number of addresses in every customer, you
can star building up new value added services and applications, either
in-house or with the cooperation of third-party developers, such as in the
case of the app-store and likes.
You will ger a small revenue for every new service or app, but times many
customers/month, and this will increase the demand of bw, so you will be
able to sell bigger pipes.
De: "Otis L. Surratt, Jr." <otis () ocosa com>
Responder a: <otis () ocosa com>
Fecha: viernes 3 de agosto de 2012 12:22
Para: <nanog () nanog org>
Asunto: IPv6 End User Fee
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?
IPv4 is over
Are you ready for the new Internet ?
The IPv6 Company
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Re: IPv6 End User Fee Cameron Byrne (Aug 03)
Re: IPv6 End User Fee William Pitcock (Aug 03)
Re: IPv6 End User Fee Jimmy Hess (Aug 04)
Re: IPv6 End User Fee JORDI PALET MARTINEZ (Aug 04)
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