They were so insistent on refusing to allow anyone to get it unless you also paid them for internet service, that they canceled my TV service several years ago. And I do mean they actively got rid of me as an existing Bell TV VDSL customer, and not the other way around. I did not voluntarily cancel them.
About 10 to 12 years ago, when I moved into a new apartment, for the first time in my life I had a choice between Rogers and Bell for cable TV. There was almost nothing to differentiate between the two, except the one Bell terminal allowed for more easily being able to record one channel while watching another, so I got Bell. It was a standard definition VDSL service, branded at the time as Bell TV For Condos. I wasn't getting any home internet service then, and had no interest in getting it at that time.
Three or four years later they began upgrading the VDSL TV service to what would eventually be called FibeTV and of course have HD channels. When they called me to say it would be available soon in my building, I told them I would be willing to buy the new terminal and pay a little more per month for the TV service, but they said too bad and we're canceling your TV service unless you also agree to get internet service. And sure enough they followed through on the threat a few weeks later. I quickly moved my phone service to someone else, and have had nothing to do with Bell since then.
I might have remained a Bell customer for all these years if they had allowed me to continue getting the TV service by itself.