A bit out of topic but that is why a little competition is good for consumers.
Years before, before Bell Fibe, Videotron had the monopoly of TV services for apartment / condo buildings in Montreal. It was the similar story as MTS that multi-family buildings did not typically allow installation of satellite dish. Videotron offered limited HD channels and limited English choices and inferior technology. The only positive was Videotron offered true a la carte (pick and pay) that did not have to be bundled.
Came Bell Fibe with all the many channels, English and in HD, whole home PVR, all without dish. Fibe was able to penetrate multi-dwelling market monopoly as it packaged itself as IPTV, not cable. However, since Videotron already established the a la carte option, Bell Fibe followed suit.
So now consumers in Montreal I think are the ones getting the best deal in the country. They get the wealth of options Bell offers and they also get the pure pick and pay option as something that has been done for a quite long time. All of that, also at a rather competitive price.