Tiny IPv6 address prefix size is just embarrasing.
This is a common theme of service providers that Just Do Not Get It. The entire point of IPv6 is that the address space is no longer limited to tiny blocks.
The standard is to provide a /64 to customers. That should be the bare minimum for a cloud service being provided to enterprises. A /125 is a joke.
The RIPE.NET recommendation is /48 for everybody: https://bit.ly/2rynO5M
I was shocked to find only a /124. I was hoping at least a /64 given how large the IPv6 space is.