Bell and Virgin both offer internet plans, with Bell championing speed and Virgin offering more for less.
Bell will begin offering Fibe TV as a stand-alone service in 2017.
Bell today announced the launch of what it’s calling “North America’s fastest internet” in Toronto. The new Gigabit Fibe service will be rolled out to 1.1 million Toronto homes and businesses, with 50,000 gaining access this summer. The company also indicated that it would be launching the service in other cities across Ontario, Quebec and […]
Bell is adding a $10 unlimited Internet option for customers who choose a Bell triple bundle including TV, Internet and either Bell Home Phone or Bell Mobility wireless service. “Canadians are the heaviest Internet users in the world and our time spent online is growing every day. Thanks to Bell’s massive network investments and the […]
Bell has introduced its Fibe TV service to Quebec City with high-speed fibre optic technology available directly to residences and businesses beginning March 12th. The $220 million investment is the largest ‘fibre to the home’ network rollout of its kind in Canada, supporting enhanced competition and choice in Québec with the latest broadband TV, Internet and Home […]
Telecommunications giant Bell Canada this week began notifying consumers that it is raising phone, internet and television rates in the New Year.
Effective January 1st, 2012, Bell is raising television rates by $3 a month, phone rates by $2 a month and internet rates by $2 per month plus the maximum usage overage fee will be increased by $20.
Bell Canada this month has informed its Internet and Fibe TV customers in Ontario that they can expect a monthly fee increase $3 per month beginning in May.
Meanwhile, customers in Quebec will face monthly fee increases of between $1 and $3 per month starting next month.
The CRTC announced today that Bell Canada has paid a $1.3 million penalty for violating the National Do Not Call List Rules.
The government found that between January and October of this year, call centres acting on behalf of Bell Canada solicited consumers who had registered their numbers on the National Do Not Call List (DNCL) or who were or should have been on Bell Canada’s internal do not call list.