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  1. Bell Fibe TV
    For over a year now, I have an intermittent issue where PVR recordings play back all pixelated and stuttering. Live TV doesn’t seem to have the pixelating problem - but of course, I’m rarely watching it at the time I’m recording. I have the VIP2262 PVR and 3 VIP2502 units on Home Hub 2000...
  2. Industry News
    It's new and shiny, but is it all that it seems? As usual, the answer is sort of, maybe. This week, Bell announced the release of its new app-based live TV service, now available in Ontario and Quebec. (Manitoba and Atlantic Canada will have it sometime in the future). It’s being advertised by...
  3. Bell Satellite TV
    I received a letter in the mail today saying that satellite customers will now have access to the Fibe tv app. The downside is that the satellite PVR app will be discontinued by the end of December. I have no experience with the Fibe app, I hope that it works ok. EDIT by Dr.Dave: Threads were...
  4. Industry News
    Shomi, the Rogers/Shaw TV streaming service might be saying good-bye to Canadians in less than a month, but Fibe TV is now available on Apple TV.   A recent report put out by BCE Inc. has revealed that the telecom giant’s popular CraveTV has now topped 1 million subscribers and continues to...
  5. Industry News
    This Tuesday, Bell announced a change to their Fibe TV service. Beginning in 2017, the company says Fibe TV customers will no longer be required to also sign up for Fibe Internet service in order to access their Fibe TV service. "As we align our next-generation IPTV technologies, we're...
  6. Industry News
    Yesterday, Bell announced the availability of the new Home Hub 3000 from Fibe TV. The new modem/router provides consumers in Canada with the country’s most powerful Wi-Fi as well as the world's first fully wireless IPTV service through the Wireless 4K Whole Home PVR. "Bell has taken the...
  7. Industry News
    A new statement released by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) indicates that the newly mandated basic TV package is proving to be somewhat successful in Canada. More than 66,000 Canadians have now signed up for a basic TV package, popularly known as a...
  8. Industry News
    Today Samsung Canada and Bell partnered together to launch Galaxy View, a smartscreen that enables portable TV and video entertainment anywhere in the home. As Samsung says it’s “designed to turn every room into a TV room”. The Galaxy View comes with an 18.4 inch Full HD touchscreen display...
  9. Bell Fibe TV
    My PVR recently received an automatic firmware update. One of my TVs now makes a clicking sound during a channel change or during rewind, skip ahead or skip back. This only occurs on one set, Samsung LNs4692D. I have new Samsung set and they don't have this sound (it seems that they mute...
  10. Bell Fibe TV
    Edit by Dr.Dave: See post 87 for Bell's soft launch info. Jays and Leafs In 4K Even though I can't get Fibe in my area yet (In Stony Creek) not a rural area, I will move if I have to to get my Jays and Leafs in 4K. Any chance Bell can get hooked into Rogers excellent offering...
  11. Bell Fibe TV
    Hello all.. I am a new customer of Bell's Fibe TV and one thing that made me like the switch was that I saw we could add an external hard drive to the modem, then we could get access to the contents on that drive on our other devices. "Using an external hard drive or USB key connected to the...
  12. Bell Fibe TV
    Hi, I have just switched to FIBE , and am having one helluva time trying to program my Harmony remote to match the "options" button. I have tried most of the generic commands , and have had the remote "learn" the options code many times, but it still won't access the options when it is pressed...
  13. 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...
  14. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Hey all, I'm upgrading my internet and phone to FibreOp tomorrow. I install Bell TV (satellite) for a living, but don't deal with the phone and internet at all, so I just have a few questions regarding the install to make sure I can make it as easy for the guys showing up tomorrow as possible...
  15. Bell Fibe TV
    I've been searching for a while and could not find anything, so I thought I'd ask here. Does anyone know if you can set the default record setting for the Bell Fibe TV PVR? Previously (on BEv/Sat) the default was to record 3 minutes past the scheduled time; with Fibe the default is to finish...
  16. Industry News
    Wow by 2015 5 million Canadians will be able to buy this. By that time traditional tv will be obsolete.
  17. 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)
  18. Industry News
    Ok granted it is not at the same speed as fibre but with VDSL having 30 Mbps download is still not bad across TP copper and with the new technologies in development achieving 100 Mbps on the same copper is fantastic and should cover the needs of most homeowners for a very long time. Is Bell...
  19. Industry News
    Three new High Definition simulcast channels are launching on Bell's Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service today. Animal Planet HD, Investigation Discovery HD and Discovery Science HD which are mirrors of their standard definition (SD) counterparts will roll out on Bell Fibe TV on...
  20. Industry News
    Bell and TVA Group have signed an agreement which see four TVA Group speciality channels - TVA Sports, Sun News, Yoopa and Mlle - added to the Bell Fibe and Bell Satellite TV line-up. The four channels are expected to be available on Bell systems by December 15, 2011. "The agreement represents...
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