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  1. POTS and Bell Fibe FTTH

    Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    Hi. Our 30 year old condo building was wired for Bell FTTH last year but I never considered switching from DSL (Fibe 25/10) because the fibre had to be run to a phone jack in the bedroom and my PVR, Apple TV, etc. are all in the living room on the other side of the apartment. Long story short...
  2. Bell Launches Gigabit Fibe Internet in Toronto

    Industry News
    Bell today announced the launch of what it's calling "North America’s fastest internet" in Toronto. The new Gigabit Fibe service will be rolled out to 1.1 million Toronto homes and businesses, with 50,000 gaining access this summer. The company also indicated that it would be launching the...
  3. Successfully Replaced Actiontec T1200h with Asus RT-AC56U

    Telus IPTV (also known as Optik TV)
    I recently had Telus Optik TV + Internet installed over fiber. I decided I didnt want or need the supplied Actiontec T1200h, as my PVR and STB's were connected through Cat5E, so I set out to run everything off my Asus RT-AC56U instead. After much searching I saw a lot of conflicting posts...
  4. What does a Fibe community service box look like?

    Bell Fibe TV
    Does anyone know what a Bell Fibe community service box / switch looks like? I'm trying to find one near my house. A bit of back story, I had a Fibe TV and internet install booked two weeks ago. I have Fibre to the home in my new sub-division, but the installer said the switch isn't hooked up...
  5. Rogers RFoG FTTH - Hardware

    Rogers High Speed Internet and Home Phone
    Good day, I've tried to search and I've tried to call but no one seems to know. I live in the new community in Ottawa Trailwest (Formally Sohowest) Rogers oh so kindly installed Fiber to the home (Set up as RFoG to continue using their Docsis 3 line of products). I want out.. well what I...
  6. Bell Aliant Connecting Corner Brook, NL to FibreOP Network

    Industry News
    Bell Aliant (TSX: BA) announced it will invest $4.1 million to connect Corner Brook, NL to its FibreOP network. This means that the fibre-to-the home (FTTH) service will now reach more than 10,000 homes and businesses in the area. Andre LeBlanc, VP Residential Services, Bell Aliant adds: "We...
  7. Acc�s boite videotron

    Bell Télé (Forum en français)
    Accès boite videotron Bonjour à tous, J'habite dans une copropriété où le cable TV passe par une boite Videotron dans le garage. J'ai voulu changé pour Bell Fibre et quand le technicien est venu installer le tout, il devait débrancher le signal dans la boite videotron. Voilà qu'il n'a pas pu...
  8. MTS bringing Fibre to the Home to many communities

    MTS
    Customers will be able to enjoy MTS Ultimate TV and faster Internet speeds Steinbach residents will soon have access to the next generation of high definition television and the fastest broadband connections available as MTS deploys its fibre-to-the-home network (FiON) in the community over the...
  9. MTS continuing Fibre to the Home rollout in Selkirk

    MTS
    MTS announced this week that it will deploy an advanced Fibre to the Home (FTTH) network in the City of Selkirk Manitoba and an adjoining portion of the rural Municipalities of St. Andrews and St. Clements, north of Winnipeg. The project is expected to begin later this year and will take...
  10. MTS continuing Fibre to the Home rollout in Selkirk

    Industry News
    Winnipeg based MTS announced this week that it will deploy an advanced Fibre to the Home (FTTH) network in the City of Selkirk Manitoba and an adjoining portion of the rural Municipalities of St. Andrews and St. Clements, north of Winnipeg. The project is expected to begin later this year and...
  11. Novus now offers 200 Mbps Internet Service

    Industry News
    Novus, a privately owned company in Vancouver which provides Internet, television, and digital phone service to condominiums and apartments in Metro Vancouver, is now offering the fastest High Speed Internet service in all of Canada. Thanks to its Fibre-to-the-Building (FTTB) network, the...
  12. MTS lays Fibre to the Home in Winnipeg neighbourhood

    Industry News
    MTS said today that it has launched an advanced Fibre to the Home (FTTH) network in Waverly West, a new neighbourhood of some 500 homes in Winnipeg's south-west quadrant. FTTH connectivity is notable because it allows telecommunications providers to offer numerous services such as high...
  13. Bell says it will build fibre out to new condos and apartment buildings

    Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    In what appears to be a repackaging of what has been going on for sometime, Bell announced today that it will deploy fibre directly to new condominiums and other multi-dwelling units (MDUs) throughout the Quebec-Windsor corridor. I think the "new" Bell has realized that upgrades to the...
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