corrections to article
The 25/10 package is not new, but the 50/10 over FTTN is new.
For most customers, I believe this will be offered without a contract, although there is incentive to subscribe to FibeTV which usually comes with subsidized hardware.
Wow. Isn't it funny how Bell Fibe in the remote and sparsely-populated country of Can-ada can offer 25/10 and even 50/10 packages over FTTN / FTTU, but AT&T U-verse in metro areas of the US of A can only offer at most 18/1.5 on FTTU or 24/3 on some non-bonded VDSL2 circuits?
And most AT&T technicians even claim that higher upload speeds cannot even be supported for most customers? Even though Bell.ca seems to be doing just fine with the exact same tech?!
I should move back to Canada! If these plans are now unlimited, it sounds like Bell.Ca's FTTU service may finally be useful!
I can guarantee you with 100 percent certainty it's a blatant trick on the part of Bell Canada. It's just a matter of how soon they backstab all the unsuspecting test-tube lab rats.