TLDR; Telstra is forcing me to move to (fibre) NBN before July 2021. But my current speed with my existing connection is better than fibre NBN. Can I ask for any compensation?
I live in eastern suburbs of Melbourne and currently my home internet plan is with Telstra. I don't know the technology type but a copper antenna cable comes into a small box, then it gets converted to ETH cable and gets connected to my main router. The call centre technician over the phone told me my current connection is on copper (cable) internet.
Even though it is an old technology, my download speed is very good (130-150MBs is the average).
Now, because of the infrastructure change in my suburb, they are asking me to move to fibre NBN or I will be disconnected after July 2021. But the fastest plan Telstra offers with fibre NBN is max 100MBs speed it also it is not guaranteed.
So, since this has a big potential to be a downgrade on my speed, do you guys think I have any grounds to ask for some kind of compensation?