Bell Fibe TV is now available on Apple TV.
Bell will begin offering Fibe TV as a stand-alone service in 2017.
Bell has announced the availability of the new Home Hub 3000, offering the most powerful home Wi-Fi service in Canada, and the world’s first fully wireless IPTV service with the Wireless 4K Whole Home PVR from Fibe TV.
66,000 viewers in Canada have subscribed to the new basic TV packages now available from TV service providers for about $25 per month.
Samsung Canada and Bell partnered together to launch Galaxy View today, providing mobile tv and video to customers.
The hassle of running cable through your house to connect your TV is coming to an end. Bell has launched a new Fibe TV Wireless Receiver, which enables customers to enjoy up to 5 additional TVs anywhere in the home. Wade Oosterman, President of Bell Mobility, discusses the exclusive product: “The new Fibe TV Wireless […]
Fibe TV is an Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service which is offered by Bell Canada in select Toronto and Montréal neighbourhoods.
The company says the service is now available to 500,000 households in the two cities and expects to have it available to almost five million Canadian households by the end of 2015.
In 2005, cable companies began offering cable telephony , also known as VoIP or digital phone service, to its customers for the first time. Since that time, the big four cable companies – Cogeco, Rogers, Shaw, and Videotron have taken more than 386 million landline phone customers away from the big Canadian telephone companies.
To offset losses in telecommunications, Bell Canada, Bell Aliant, MTS, Sasktel, Tbaytel, and Telus have decided to take on the cable companies by offering cable customers IPTV or Internet Protocol television, a technology that enables telephone companies (Telcos) to deliver television programming through phones lines.