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  1. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Does anyone know if this will work with fibreop TV? I would love to be able to use voice commands to access Netflix, change channels, volume, etc...
  2. Industry News
    Canada’s largest communications company has just brightened the day for Netflix fans by announcing that Bell Fibe TV and Bell Aliant FibreOP TV subscribers can now access their Netflix accounts directly from their existing TV receivers. Great news. All Fibe TV receivers have been automatically...
  3. 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
  4. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Hello all, I'm in a reno now and my main TV is offline, and I recently had this (not-so)bright idea to connect my Fibreop TV's STB to my computer monitor via hdmi. I don't have a hard wired connection to my internet gateway near the computer, and the computer accesses the internet via Wifi. I...
  5. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Been having an issue lately with PVR recordings not able to be played back. Recordings of the Daily Show display an error along the lines of "Network problems have stopped this stream. The program is not currently available for playing." There is a second message below: "Recording playback is...
  6. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Hi, I have the bell fibreOp router/modem in my basement and it works great. I need more range upstairs so I connected the ethernet cable from the modem to my Dlink DIR645 and it works. I get internet upstairs and wifi works great. My problem is that I need to plug my TV(digital box) into...
  7. 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...
  8. Rogers High Speed Internet and Home Phone
    Ok, so just looking for some input on this to see if I'm thinking rationally. I'm in Newfoundland first of all, so we're in a little bit of a bubble here with the service providers and luckily (or unluckily) we fall under some slightly different rules. I'm currently with BellAliant FibreOP...
  9. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Hey everyone, Great news! BellAliant just announced that they are rolling FibreOP out here in Gander, NL starting in a few weeks, and I am at the top of the list for hookups. My conundrum is, back in March, I was told by BellAliant that they had no expansion plans for here(not surprised...
  10. 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...
  11. 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...
  12. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Gang, Just wondering exactly what the wiring scheme will be after I have FibreOp installed in a few weeks. I currently have Aliant High Speed Ultra DSL Internet and Bell Satellite TV. Right now, my Internet is set up so that a dedicated run of Cat 5e travels from the phone junction box near my...
  13. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    FibreOP coming to Bridgewater NS Should be a press release sometime today announcing FibreOP is coming to Bridgewater NS.
  14. 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...
  15. 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...
  16. 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...
  17. 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...
  18. Industry News
    Bell Aliant said today it will spend $22 million in order to bring a fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network to approximately 60,000 homes and businesses in St. John's Newfoundland. FTTH connectivity is notable because it allows telecommunications providers to offer numerous services such as high...
  19. Industry News
    Bell Aliant announced this week it will spend $55 million in order to bring a fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network to approximately 160,000 homes and businesses in the Halifax Regional Municipality by the middle of this year. FTTH connectivity is notable because it allows telecommunications...
  20. 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...
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