I currently have Alt-TV, which does require you have an unlimited Bell Internet connection, but includes considerable discounts, and a great choice of channel options at reasonable price. We don't need the speed. I used to be on Rogers at one of their lower end speeds, so at the 50 down/10 up unlimited, we are very comfortable with our service, and my own skills in network design and layout, I had already engineered a well designed cabling/wifi configuration, so when I switched to Bell, I already had a great configuration in place, Sure, we lost things like recordings, and the bells and whistles on the boxes, but we use Fire Stick and Chromecast that they included with the Alt premium. Discounts may wash out over time, but we will deal with that if time comes.
In my own enquiries, I was informed that yes, you can have Bell Fibe TV as a stand alone without their Internet, you just will not see any discounts for bundling (7.00 is the rate stated on line), and 16.00 per month for a year on the tv, plus there is a discount on the Internet (don't know the value). This will push your price for TV standalone up and your cost per box will be 20.00 per month rather than the 5.00 on a Internet TV package. The discounted price on the box it states that you have to have a three year contract in place.
Why it works is that Bell is using a virtual network for TV, and a dedicated stream for your Internet, in effect meaning that it is running on two different feeds from the Bell back ends, via one connection to your home. That is also why you can't use the Internet based services, like Netflix as with the Bell TV only, their virtual stream of data is feeding only to your box and you couldn't run their apps in your home either, as their is no Bell Internet service in place. You get TV and that is it. If you logged onto the Rogers Internet, you would get the limited number of stations due to licensing, because it would detect no Bell Internet feed.
So, yes you can get Bell Fibe TV standalone, at least as I see it on their web site, and in discussions I had with them, but it is not going to come cheap. Note also you cannot do a Starter package and get discounts for bundling either.
They are in the business of encouraging as much services and income as possible, and if like we are that you want less expensive TV, we went Alt TV, decided against the additional cost of the full Fibe box model, and we weren't looking at a lower speed on Internet that was really of any relevance to us. In our case, the Internet has been more stable with the well laid out network configuration of switches and extenders, and direct cable connections and doing manual scans and setting channels and choice and balancing not automatically with band steering (same SSID for 2.4 and 5.0 bands) and choosing channel manually with least congestion and adjusting power levels on extenders, and on the modem.
For those who don't have this knowledge and experience, you can get it by searching the Internet, or paying a network technician from a local company that specializes in residential networking. I have a local company that I know the staff, and I just go in and talk and pick their brains, and have paid for some support over the years.
So, bottom line, yes you can use fire stick, you can even use firestick outside of your home with the Bell Fibe app that is what supports full casting to Chromecast (be sure you chose the approved equipment that is shown on the Internet), but less channels due to licensing outside the home, than when you are on their Internet. And yes you can get Bell Fibe, without their Internet and keep Rogers in place, just going to see no discounting.
What I learned from talking to them is that they don't talk about the reality that you can do this, and some staff may not even be aware you can do it. And on their web site, they are presenting the dicounted price upfront, and you dig the fine print to find out what it costs for stand alone.
So can be done, but the costs may not be something you wish to take on. And yes it is true, the Netflix available on the box could not be accessed via the box, or any Internet app included on the box, so you lose that built in feature.
Lots of thinking of the options these days as to what you wish to pay and how you want to receive your services and the different models in front of us.