A lot of Bell sales people are not Bell employees. They are hired by an independent company and use an outdated Bell brand name to identify themselves. My experience with these salespeople is that they are sometimes less than reputable. Double check anything they say down to the last detail. That includes actual products. I've had "Bell" salespeople misrepresent DSL and satellite TV as Fibe products and exaggerate available internet speeds by up to 20 times what is actually available. Also check prices. My experience is that the prices given are no better or may be higher than those available directly from Bell. Check the Bell web site for offers. There is also information there on what services and programming are available on third party devices. The Apple TV 4K seems to be the product that is best supported by Bell. It's pricey but probably worth it.Told by Bell salesman that...
There are several threads here confirming what the Bell rep said.hi, thinking of switching from Videotron to Bell. Told by Bell salesman that for my second TV i could buy a fire stick instead of leasing a second terminal/receiver.
My questions are:
will I loose any quality in using firestick ? ( the home hub3000 will be on a seprate floor of the house)
will I loose any functionalities ..?
also was told that I could watch TV outside of canada usibng app ( which I have a hard time believing). anyone successful watch bell tv in mexico ?
last question: i already have a chromecast. any difference with firestick aside from the remote ?
That depends on the model. They all do HD. Some do 4K. There won't be a lot of 4K material and a lot of TVs are not 4K either so choose the model best suited for your TV. The 4K model is on sale right now. It might be worth getting that to provide some future proofing and to take advantage of the newer 4K chip which might look better on a good non-4K HDTV.will I loose any quality in using firestick ?
They are widely available. Do a search for "ethernet over coax converter." The ones that support MoCA 2.0 are the best bet. A good unit that supports 1Gb speeds will cost $100+ per end. Others may be cheaper but significantly slower.What would be required to use the existing RG6 cable?