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  1. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    I've had Bell Aliant FibreOp for about 8 months now. When watching TV, every once in a while (at most maybe once or twice per 30 minutes), the TV signal glitches and sort of skips and shows a lot of video artifacts and the sound skips. Sometimes it happens more than others - mostly when I...
  2. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Sometimes when I've paused a live TV broadcast, when I start to play it again, it plays for a little, then jumps to live TV (meaning it skips right over some of the program). There's a message at the top of the screen, but it goes by quite fast, and I didn't get it verbatim... It's something...
  3. Television Industry / Channels and Providers
    Just moved to Halifax and trying to decide between Eastlink and Aliant for all 3 services - phone, high speed internet, and HD cable. I don't do a ton of downloading, but overall internet speed and always-on reliability are very important. I have 2 HD TVs and I want the best reception, selection...
  4. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Forest Hill Towers, the newly renovated, 151-unit high rise building in Fredericton, New Brunswick, will become the first FibreOP™ enabled multi-residential building in Atlantic Canada. Killam partnered with Bell Aliant to retrofit the building with FibreOP enabling their tenants to take...
  5. Industry News
    Digital Home routinely receives updates from Canada's largest Video, Voice, data and wireless providers informing us how successful they have been in signing up new customers and pronouncing themselves the industry leader. Every quarter, we bring this information together and find out which...
  6. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Hi folks, Strange new problem, possibly just a configuration issue, but possibly an Aliant STB issue. Looking to hear from anyone with ideas or with the same issue! My setup: I am using the Aliant Gigaset modem router as the gateway and DHCP server, and have extended the wireless network...
  7. Smartphone/Tablet (Android, Blackberry & iOS)
    I've been spending a few days in Newfoundland, and as most Rogers users know well, there is no coverage off the Avalon peninsula. I thought it interesting, though, that my while I had no service, my Blackberry Bold said I could still make an emergency call. Curious, I did a network scan and...
  8. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    By the middle of 2010, 70,000 homes in Fredericton and Saint John New Brunswick will have the fastest broadband connections in the country thanks to fibre to the home (FTTH) technology. Wow. That's 70,000 potential IPTV subscribers with super fast internet service!
  9. Home Theatre Corner
    Hi there, New to this forum although I've had a look around here a few times before and found some useful info. We have the Aliant Digital IPTV service in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Before I get into the details, here's the main question: Has anyone managed to get Lirc controlling the Aliant...
  10. Newcomers Forum
    Hi all - apologies for the slightly acronym heavy title. I live in Dartmoth, NS, have Aliant TV (IPTV service), and I'm investigating building an HTPC. Having read a bit about MythTV/Ubuntu/MCE etc, it all seems wonderful and awesome, but I'm still a little fuzzy on the detail of the STB to...
  11. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Aliant announced today that it is expanding its relationship with Apple to add the iMac to the Aliant Computer Purchase Program line-up. Aliant is the first company to launch an Apple desktop computer and Internet package in North America. The iMac comes complete with an Intel Core 2 Duo...
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