Our nearby fibre cabinet should go live soon so I'm looking into potential ISPs.
My contract work involves a lot of network programming so I could really benefit from having a native IPv6 address/subnet.
The first place I looked was (of course) https://www.thinkbroadband.com/packages
and selected the "Supports IPv6" filter.
But I'm shocked that the only 'mainstream' ISP I recognise is AAISP. Are none of the other major ISPs really not providing IPv6?
I was leaning towards the TalkTalk package as it's a) cheap and b) I reckon that after the data leak mass exodus there might be less contention on their network now. I can't say I'm surprised TalkTalk don't provide IPv6.
So looking at the AAISP Home::1 info it suggests AAISP use TalkTalk as their backhaul and yet somehow provide a /48 block.
Am I missing something? I really don't want to have to talk to TalkTalk if at all possible, let alone something probably as obscure to their customer services as IPv6!