No notice for this customer yet.
NBN just put the outside box and fibre on my place a few weeks ago and a work colleague who lives 2 block north of me just got the internals plugged in, so if Exetel do want to terminate me, I am hoping they can hold off for another month or two when I have to switch plans anyway, so switching providers at the same time would not be much additional effort.
My impression has always been that Exetel is primarily focused on business users and they only connect home users (like me) because why-not. If that has become uneconomic for them, then pulling that side-service back would be expected.
What might make connecting home users suddenly uneconomic? Well being informed that they now have to go to the trouble to store 2 years worth of user-activity metadata might. That is, of course, pure speculation.
I have always thought if Exetel wasn't so good for my current needs that TPG might deserve my patronage if only for being the ISP that seems to always be standing up to our governments (all of them!) trying to get their sticky fingers in parts of the 'net they have no business being anywhere near.