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Hi there,

I am reading a post about fellow having his Fibe TV after he was refused on 3 instances as not eligible.
I just came back from Bell site and it says mynphone line (Oakville) is eligible for Fibe 12. Is that enough to get Fibe TV? I really badly want it.
 

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Sadly it seems you need Fibe25, since they promote 6meg internet, plus being able to use up to 4 to 6tv's also.

Sadly also, very few people can get FibeTV, seems to be only in the beaches area, danforth and and a few places downtown.

And even tho, Bell been promoting FibeTV since June14 on the internet, I say 99% of the people that answer the phone have no idea what you are trying to order.

I still waiting someday to get it, in the meantime I been enjoying Fibe25 internet since Jan. with no problems.

The best I got so far, is inputting my phone number on their website, and I got a call back from someone in Montreal (I am in Toronto), and told me they will mail out a flyer to my address once I its available in my area. (No date!)

Oh'well.
 

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You don't need to subscribe to Fibe25 to get Fibe TV.

It works like this:

IF you are eligible and able to get Fibe TV, then you must subscribe to Fibe6 (or Fibe7, if you are in Montreal).

Just because you are able to get Fibe25, does not mean you can get Fibe TV.

It's recommended you go directly to Fibe TV, because some people have reported that if you get Fibe25, the Bell's system doesn't allow Fibe TV to be selected from that point on.
 

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I did only thing could, signed up for email notification when Fibe TV will be available in my area.hope itwilbe soon, Cogeco sucks big time.
 
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