Apologies for the delay.
TalkTalk is committed to transitioning to IPv6. To minimise any potential impact to our customers and services, the transition will be phased over the next few years as we roll-out new products and services such as fibre to the premises.
We continue to work closely with our network and systems vendors to ensure all new equipment is fully IPv6 compliant. In fact, our network already operates as dual stack, using IPV4 compliant addresses while the major network components are IPV6 ready.
Yeah (I got a canonical response via one of their resellers)
Talktalk have no plans whatsoever to offer it in the next 12 months (at least - more likely 2-3 years - the actual response I got was "ever").
If you were promised it as part of signing up then take it up with your local trading standards. If you're being strung along, take it up with Trading Standards
Ofcom and the ASA WILL NOT pursue lack of IPv6 as "not full internet" or misleading advertising claims and the various "consumer advocacy" sites such as thinkbroadband are not interested in taking up the cause, claiming it's too much effort.
This thread is now nearly 12 months old and we are no nearer finding our if TT will ever convert fully to ipv6. This is simply not acceptable. I have had to implement my own solution locally to get access to ipv6 only websites but it is less than ideal. Practically all the available user equipment these days is ipv6 capable and I fail to see why this is not also the case with the TT infrastructure. Perhaps we could get an update from the CEO as to why they are dragging their heels, it's not as if they only just found out!
Other threads on the exact same topic date back more than 10 YEARS with TalkTalk staff offering the same non-answers
I've switched entirely away from TalkTalk (including wholesalers - who initially said they would be offering IPv6 "real soon now" to get my sale in the first place when I left TalkTalk retail)
My new ISP (Zen) provided IPv6 within 24hours of the connection going live and it's much more stable than using a HE tunnelbroker service