Re: But what...
There is always one, isn't there? Did you complain about the end of analogue mobile phone and TV coverage?
That ADSL of yours won't do what it currently does for long because, as Mr Tserkezis says below, Telstra haven't done any serious maintenance on copper and don't plan to resume doing so because the NBN is coming. The inconvenient fact that the anti-NBN crowd forget or just don't understand and desperately try avoid addressing, is that copper lines need a lot of maintenance, pretty much constant if my suburb is anything to go by, and it isn't cheap to do.
Unless you are on a cheap-skate, ISP-jumper budget special*, there's no real difference between the pricing of NBN and ADSL.
And finally, come 2017 and any sell-off, you'll be in precisely the same boat you are now.
So suck it up sunshine, the rest of the country wish they had your problem.
* Which are unsustainable. Take it from me, the days of ISPs bidding away each other's customers is over NBN or not.