Further clarification with APNIC, this is their reply....
Does it meant, bit /33-47 is my main subnet And /48-/63 id customer's subnet and /64 is interface id or host in generally?
+++++ For your own infrastructure, you can assign the IP as per your requirement. For your customers, you can only assign up to /48. If you need to assign more then /48 to your customers, you need to submit your APNIC second opinion request. +++++
IPv6 is a 128 bit address, while IPv4 is a 32 bit address.
With IPv6 Global Unicast addresses, the first 48 bits is the routing prefix, and the 16 bits after that, can be used to subnet your block out into multiple networks. The last 64 bits are obviously used for the Interface-ID.
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