It has been 10 years since the government gave most people the right to choose their own superannuation manager, but new research shows that 68 per cent of Australians stick with the default fund selected by their employer – a statistic that hasn’t budged since last year. Inertia in default superannuation remains despite a swathe of new low-fee retail funds entering the market, and more younger workers claiming to be open to switching funds to get a better deal. ING Direct, which offers no-frills low and zero-fee account options, is at the forefront of a push by the super sector to use technology to win customers from non-profit industry funds that dominate the default super market.