Bell said 5 million homes in next four years but gave no roll-out plans.
Whole forum here to read about Fibe TV with lots of existing threads so I don't understand why you needed a new thread.what exactly does Fibe do that cable or satellite can not?
pshine, I believe they are lying to you.@jimbo42 - I have had several discussions with Fibe TV techs and they have all stated that the signal is whatever the source signal was. It might be 1080i or 720p depending on what they were handed.
Agreed. I believe that MPEG-4 on satellite has the same or higher bitrates. Even if they are the same, I found I preferred Bev Satellite.n my opinion picture quality is better on satellite and I have both services so I can compare them
Not true. Sat HD channels have been MPEG-4 for several years now.Satellite uses MPEG2, Fibe uses MPEG4
????????Hugh, not all Sat providers are equal, the vast majority are still on MPEG2.
I agree Bev Fan. I compared the two in an A/B comparison on a 100 inch screen using a 1080p projector and came to the same conclusion. To my knowledge bitrates on Bell sat are higher so its not hard to believe.I am very surpriced from my findings as most people on this forum say that bell fibe picture quality is much better than on bell satellite.