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Dunlop

join:2011-07-13
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reply to selece

Re: If I were to cancel my Bell landline at home...

I thought Bell was having a promo with TPIA's where Dryloop fees were waived with new activations?

InvalidError

join:2008-02-03
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said by Dunlop:

I thought Bell was having a promo with TPIA's where Dryloop fees were waived with new activations?

TPIA = cable, no dry-loop fee.

There was a wholesale promo in early 2011 where activation fees were waived for subscribers upgrading from ADSL1 to ADSL2/VDSL2 tiers. Many people upgraded back then to avoid the $95 activation.

I do not remember reading about more wholesale promos since.

Dunlop

join:2011-07-13
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Sorry was alt tabbing at work, wrong terminology :P

There are no dryloop fees at ElectronicBox and I was reading a thread on digital forum where it was offered by Bell to IISP's in Quebec and Ontario to curb the exodus of people to cable.

Nothing more substantial to back it up though.

I would recommend going what ever route that does not involve paying a dry-loop fee