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If this is not the right place to post this question - I do apologize in advance.

Due to the fiasco with the current SD receiver issues (530 vs. 630) and all the concerns the new unit seems to have, I been seriously thinking of switching to Bell. With that in mind, although I'm quite prepared to deal with Bell directly, a good friend of mine is a rep with ACN.

ACN is piggy-backing on Bell and appears to have all the same offers as Bell. I just wondered if anyone else has dealt with ACN and recommends using them or dealing directly with Bell.

Thank you in advance.
 

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What does your Friend, the Rep say.?

I would imagine you will still be calling Bell for any outages, problems, so why not deal directly with them.
 

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My friend is encouraging me to go through ACN as he will receive compensation if I sign up - plus he will receive a monthly amount thereafter for either 12 or 24 months.

Some extra questions - when you first order everything with Bell:

1. Do you have to pay for all the equipment ahead of time or can they add it to your Bell bill?

2. If you require a multi-switch, does Bell cover the cost of the switch or is the consumer responsible?

Thanks again in advance.
 

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he will receive compensation if I sign up
Too funny, that was what I was expecting, really.

If you are planning on Rental, Bell TV pay for everything you need, including Switch, Installation etc, however you will need to sign a 2 year agreement. Up to a Max of 4 Tuners.

For purchase equipment, I believe it can be added to the Bell One Bill but don't quote me on that, pretty sure someone else will add the correction for this.
 
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