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  1. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    I have the following setup: ONT -> Ubiquiti Radio 1 -> Ubiquiti Radio 2 -> switch ->pfsense I bridge VLAN 35 and internet works great for the last 6 months. I now want to add TV. I have read the various threads and have determined that the easiest ( to avoid IGMP proxy on pfsense, etc.) is...
  2. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    After a LONG frustrating fight with BellAliant, I've got what I consider a win. The left half of the image was from 13 months ago (December 2015), I eventually got that service back to the 1.2-1.5 Mbps it was supposed to be last summer, but I wasn't satisfied. Today, I finally got the service...
  3. Industry News
    This week, Bell Aliant announced that FibreOP will transform into Fibe, the Bell TV and Internet platform, changing Atlantic Canada’s TV and Internet service. "The Bell Aliant team has delivered the best TV and the fastest Internet services to Atlantic Canadians, and now we're ready to take our...
  4. Industry News
    Earlier this fall, Halifax-based Bell Aliant, announced new enhancements for customers in Atlantic Canada that will provide access to an improved TV viewing experience, and faster Internet. Bell Aliant is now offering more TV programming with 25 new On Demand channels and close to 1,000 more...
  5. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    200/30: Anyone else?
  6. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    The purpose of this thread is to discuss packages and pricing for BELL Aliant TV for 2015. Here's the link to last year's (2014) thread: http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showthread.php?t=196889
  7. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    The purpose of this thread is to discuss packages and pricing for Bell Aliant TV for 2014. Here's the link to last year's thread: http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showthread.php?t=158831
  8. Industry News
    Had Telus Optik TV (e.g. IPTV via mediaroom) earlier this year ... Shaw Gateway kicks its butt and is less buggy .... (any multiroom solution out there is still buggy fyi but Shaw Gateway is the least buggy)
  9. Industry News
    In a letter sent dated December 19, 2011, Bell Aliant and Bell Canada have informed the CRTC that they'll stop the practice of Internet Traffic Management Practice (ITMP), commonly known as bandwidth throttling, on March 1st, 2012. For the past several years, Bell has been slowing down...
  10. Industry News
    Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE), Canada's largest communications company, today reported financial results for the third quarter of 2011. BCE, which includes Bell Canada, Bell Aliant, Bell Media, Virgin Mobile, and the Source, reported a 8.7% increase in operating revenues to $4.9 billion and a...
  11. Industry News
    An Angus Reid study released this past summer found that nearly one half of online Canadians surveyed said they would give up television service before they would give up Internet or phone service. The survey shows, that for many Canadians, a connection to the internet is no longer a luxury...
  12. Industry News
    Claiming that it needs to keep up with rising TV programming and Internet usage costs, Bell Aliant has announced it will increase the price of its Whole Home bundle by $5 per month effective November 1st. This is not Bell's first price increase of the year. The company hit customers with a...
  13. Industry News
    Bell Aliant said today it will spend $13 million in order to bring a fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network to 27,000 homes and businesses to the New Glasgow and Annapolis Valley areas of Nova Scotia. FTTH connectivity is notable because it allows telecommunications providers to offer numerous...
  14. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    As of April 2011, fiber to the home services were available to almost one in five homes (18 percent) of North American homes according to a recent report done by market research firm RVA LLC. The only FTTH provider of any consequence in Canada is Bell Aliant who says they will have Fiber to...
  15. Industry News
    As of April 2011, fiber to the home services were available to almost one in five homes (18 percent) of North American homes according to a recent report done by market research firm RVA LLC. FTTH connectivity is notable because it allows telecommunications providers to offer numerous services...
  16. Industry News
    Bell Aliant today announced the launch of FibreOP 2.0 in New Brunswick. Features of the upgraded service include faster internet service and the introduction of Microsoft Mediaroom on its television set top boxes, the same software used by Bell, MTS and Telus. “We’ve taken a great product and...
  17. Industry News
    Wireless phones continue to grow in popularity in Canada. According to Statistic Canada's Residential telephone service survey, more than three-quarters (78%) of Canadian households had a wireless phone in 2010, up from 74% in 2008. The December 2010 survey of about 19,000 Canadian households...
  18. Industry News
    Bell Aliant said today it will spend $7 million in order to bring a fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network to approximately 14,000 homes and businesses in Truro Nova Scotia. FTTH connectivity is notable because it allows telecommunications providers to offer numerous services such as high definition...
  19. Industry News
    It has now been six years since cable telephony first launched in this country and the number of Canadians receiving cable telephone service from Canada's big four cable companies - Rogers, Shaw, Vidéotron and Cogeco - is now over 3.6 million subscribers. By comparison, Canada’s traditional...
  20. 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...
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