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kovy

join:2009-03-26
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reply to coaxguy

Re: FTTN 25/10 and 50/10 with Fibe TV + Unlimited Bandwidth

said by coaxguy:

I will call Monday, maybe the packages will be updated on the site by then.

My best friend is a Bell tech who did the copper grooming in this area, and did my Fibe 25 hookup, so im 100% positive im on a 7330 slam. He was under the impression 50/10 was already rolling out.

The only 50/10 rolling are people who are in test phase.

And I've never seen a attainable rate of 170/70...


coaxguy

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reply to anon_bell

I will call Monday, maybe the packages will be updated on the site by then.

My best friend is a Bell tech who did the copper grooming in this area, and did my Fibe 25 hookup, so im 100% positive im on a 7330 slam. He was under the impression 50/10 was already rolling out.


kovy

join:2009-03-26
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reply to coaxguy

said by coaxguy:

said by anon514 :

Not true.

So your saying when I called this morning to inquire, and was told "your qualified for 50meg, but we can only offer it in a FibeTV bundle", thats incorrect? Because thats what I was told.

As I stated, the 50 plan interests me as I currently have 25/10 and my attainable on my line is 170 down and 70 up. But not if I have to add TV service to get it.

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said by Kovy :

No way is 50/10 going to be possible for FibeTV... unless you're on a 7330 remote.

I am on a Alcatel 7330 slam

Call again, see what they tell you.

I'm very postive only those SLAM would be able to support 50/10 with FibeTV (without losing speed when someone is using internet), OSLAM stinger can forget about FibeTV 50/10, for people who want internet only can get 50/10 though... But I'm sure they will still offer it, even though it's going to be like the 15/10 FibeTV.


coaxguy

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reply to anon514

said by anon514 :

Not true.

So your saying when I called this morning to inquire, and was told "your qualified for 50meg, but we can only offer it in a FibeTV bundle", thats incorrect? Because thats what I was told.

As I stated, the 50 plan interests me as I currently have 25/10 and my attainable on my line is 170 down and 70 up. But not if I have to add TV service to get it.




said by Kovy :

No way is 50/10 going to be possible for FibeTV... unless you're on a 7330 remote.

I am on a Alcatel 7330 slam

kovy

join:2009-03-26
kudos:8
reply to anon_bell

No way is 50/10 going to be possible for FibeTV... unless you're on a 7330 remote.


Cloneman

join:2002-08-29
Montreal
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reply to anon_bell

50/10 would be sweet, Mop the floor with the cable carrier with that line mix.

I would signup for it right away and switch to 15/10 after the promotional price ends


EcHoMaN

join:2003-05-04
Toronto, ON
reply to SLAMtech

said by SLAMtech:

Haters gonna hate. 50/10 will be available if your line has the room for it and from what I heard you dont need to sign up for TV. We shall see as more details arrive.

So where they going to move their 50/50 package? I'm guessing they're going to charge more for it? and place the 50/10 where the 50/50 package is without needing the TV requisite....

desRow

join:2011-05-23
reply to anon_bell

Where? I want it suburds of montreal


SLAMtech

join:2009-12-03
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reply to anon_bell

Haters gonna hate. 50/10 will be available if your line has the room for it and from what I heard you dont need to sign up for TV. We shall see as more details arrive.



anon514

@206.172.0.x
reply to coaxguy

Not true.



coaxguy

join:2009-07-29
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reply to anon_bell

As a current Fibe 25/10 customer with a pending install with Start.ca, I called to find out about this.

They will only sell you the 50meg inet if you sign up for FibeTV.

No thanks.


turbohonda

join:2011-01-30
reply to anon_bell

how many times do you think you need to call in to 310-bell to correct the mistakes on your bill for that "promotion"

good luck with that......
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it's your fault for choosing cable internet.....



dillyhammer
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join:2010-01-09
Scarborough, ON
kudos:10
reply to anon_bell

You can get unlimited from Teksavvy for less, and not risk having to do business with the most unscrupulous company in the country.

Just sayin'.

Mike



anon_bell

@bell.ca

I was told that Bell will be launching starting monday 25/10 and 50/10 (both 49.95 for 6 months) on FTTN with Fibe TV in select areas.

Bell will also now offer Unlimited Bandwidth on their internet (extra 30$/mo)

Seems pretty good to me!