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  1. Quibi will launch in Canada on April 6, 2020

    Internet Television: Streaming (Netflix/Apple TV)
    Bell Becomes Exclusive Canadian Partner for Quibi Quibi, the upcoming mobile video platform, today announced its first partnership in Canada with Bell, the country’s largest communications company. Bell becomes Quibi’s exclusive Canadian marketing partner in the telecommunications category and...
  2. Bell Mobility Quad Band LTE Advanced speeds

    Bell Mobility, Solo and Virgin Mobile
    The fastest wireless gets faster: Bell Mobility network the first in North America capable of delivering Quad Band LTE Advanced speeds Bell today announced its award-winning LTE wireless network is now the first in North America capable of delivering Quad Band LTE Advanced (LTE-A) service...
  3. Bell Mobility Needs to Include Streaming TV in Data Charges says Federal Court of Appeal

    Industry News
    This Monday, the Federal Court of Appeal took steps that those seeking to keep the Internet a neutral space in terms of traffic are hailing as a “big win”. The “Win” unrolled like this: previously, Bell appealed a decision made by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission...
  4. Bell Becomes More Accessible by Introducing New Products and Services for Customers with Disabilities

    Industry News
    Bell has announced they are introducing additional products and services to make themselves more accessible for people with disabilities. A new portfolio of products and support services for customers with speech, cognitive, physical, hearing and vision related disabilities is now available...
  5. Sony’s Latest Phone, Xperia Z5, Launching in October

    Industry News
    Yesterday, Sony Mobile Communications and Bell announced that the Sony Xperia Z5, the latest Xperia cell phone, will be launching to market across Canada this October. The new phone will be available exclusively through Bell Mobility and will feature Sony’s advanced camera technology, along with...
  6. CRTC Regulates Rates and Big Cell Phone Players

    Industry News
    Today, the CRTC determined it necessary to regulate the wholesale roaming rates of Canada’s three largest cell phone carriers in order to foster greater competition in the Canadian mobile market. This mandate comes on the heels of a public hearing held on the issue in Gatineau, Quebec. The...
  7. Bell expands 4G LTE to small communities across Canada

    Bell Mobility, Solo and Virgin Mobile
    Bell today announced that 120 more small communities across Québec and Ontario have joined Bell Mobility's world-leading 4G LTE wireless network. Employing new 700 MHz bandwidth and other spectrum assets, Bell is expanding Fourth Generation (4G) LTE services to small towns, rural communities and...
  8. Bell expands 4G wireless service to small communities in Atlantic Canada

    Industry News
    Bell has announced that 52 communities across Nova Scotia, PEI, New Brunswick and Newfoundland & Labrador will have access to the telecomm provider’s 4G LTE wireless network by the end of the year. By the end of 2015, Bell says that more than 100 Atlantic Canadian communities will be on the 4G...
  9. Bell hikes ‘Bring Your Own Device’ cost

    Industry News
    Bell has announced that it will increase the cost of BYOD on its monthly plans to $45, up from the previous price of $40. The news comes on the heels of a similar announcement from Rogers last week. BYOD (buying a mobile device outright and activating it on a carrier’s service) had been...
  10. Telus now Canada’s 2nd-largest wireless provider

    Industry News
    Telus has the second largest number wireless subscribers in the country after overtaking Bell for the second financial quarter in a row. The telecommunications company, often third behind Rogers and BCE, came in second spot after its quarterly figure results this week. Telus’s number of...
  11. Bell offers reduced mobile roaming costs for travel to Cuba

    Industry News
    Bell has announced reduced mobile roaming costs for customers travelling to Cuba, including data, voice and text roaming. Cuba joins the growing list of countries where Bell has reduced its roaming costs after negotiations with international telecom suppliers.  The popular vacation destination...
  12. Bell Reduces US Mobile Roaming Rates by 50%

    Industry News
    Obviously, Canadians want to use their mobile phones while traveling outside the country. However, they don't want bill shock or carriers charging unreasonably high roaming rates. Apparently, Bell Mobility got the message. Effective Sept. 17, the company plans to reduce the prices of its most...
  13. Bell Mobile TV Adds Sportsnet and City Channels

    Industry News
    Bell Mobile TV customers have more entertainment choices with the addition of City and Sportsnet channels. "Thanks to successful relationships with Canada's top content providers, Bell provides access to the widest variety of live and on-demand TV programming delivered directly to superphones...
  14. Bell, Rogers Help Red Cross with Alberta Flooding Disaster

    Industry News
    Both Bell and Rogers were among the numerous companies across the country to offer support to the Canadian Red Cross and local relief workers to help flood-ravaged communities in Southern Alberta. More than $2.6 million for Alberta flood relief was raised in three days, said Red Cross...
  15. Bell Mobility and GLENTEL Extend Retail Deal

    Industry News
    GLENTEL has agreed to continue to provide Bell Mobility products and services at its 360 retail outlets across Canada. The multi-year renewal will see Bell's mobile phones, tablets and other service packages offered to customers at outlet stores including WIRELESSWAVE, Tbooth wireless, WIRELESS...
  16. Bell Unveils Canada's First Wireless TV Receiver

    Industry News
    The hassle of running cable through your house to connect your TV is coming to an end. Bell has launched a new Fibe TV Wireless Receiver, which enables customers to enjoy up to 5 additional TVs anywhere in the home. Wade Oosterman, President of Bell Mobility, discusses the exclusive product...
  17. Phones that work in the USA and Bell Canada

    Bell Mobility, Solo and Virgin Mobile
    Am a senior, do not have regular need for a mobile phone, except for the limited time we travel out of town or country by car. Driving Toronto to Florida. Kids insist we get a pre paid phone and pre paid talk SIM for our safety and contacting hotels. They suggested buying it in the US. Best Buy...
  18. Bell Mobile TV Providing On-Demand Academy Awards Coverage

    Industry News
    Bell Mobile TV subscribers will have full on-demand coverage of this Sunday's Academy Awards. This is the first mobile TV access to the Oscars in Canada and viewers can tune in live on Bell Mobile TV starting at 6 PM ET with "CTV at the Oscars" followed by the 85th Academy Awards ceremony at...
  19. Bell Turbo Hub, public IP, and social networking sites

    Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    My Bell Netgear MBR1210 Turbo Hub has been working well except for an issue with the public IP APN and some social networking sites (twitter and facebook). I need a public IP address for remote access in to my home network through this Turbo Hub. I choose the public dynamic IP service add-on...
  20. Why is the Competition Bureau Suing Bell, Rogers & Telus?

    Industry News
    Canada's three leading wireless carriers are being sued by the Competition Bureau for misleading consumers. Bell Canada, Telus, Rogers, as well as the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA), will face legal action over "misleading" advertising of texting services. The...
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