New Zealand ISPs:
2 major incumbents; Spark (used to be called Telecom), and Vodafone. Many minor players like Voyager (who I’m on), 2 Degrees, Slingshot, Skinny, Orcon, MyRepublic. Lots of cannibalization, as the smaller ISPs get swallowed by the larger. All of them are selling access to the fibre network that are operated by Chorus, and consequently there is little that they can do to differ price-wise. I think that the fastest offered speeds, depending upobn the fibre node, is 4000Mb. I am on 100/100, which is plenty for me, as where we are, at the bottom of the world, we are all trying to use one small pipe that runs to LA across the bottom of the Pacific, and another smaller pipe that runs to Sydney. There’s a limit as to what is going to fit in there, and how long it takes.
Costs: $115 NZD/month ( 68 Euros || 80 USD || 105AUD ) gets me the 100/100 Mb Fibre with static IPv4, VOIP, Unlimited data.