It looks like Bell doesn't have a concept of speed changes for VDSL2, so caveat emptor if you actually manage to get 15/10 service, like we did at the office.
Moving from 15/10 to 25/10 should just be a profile change, but Bell will bill the full ~$114 activation fee (FTTN activation fee and dry loop activation fee) and dispatch two technicians, even though it's just a profile change at the same tariff pricepoint.
As a result, we're sticking to 15/10 even then 25/10 would only cost us $2/mth more
I'm not sure if the same applies going from 25 to 50 meg. I think the problem here is that 15/10 is actually an optional upgrade on the 15/1, while 25/10 is a dedicated tier in itself. So this is just Bell pulling ridiculous shenanigans, gaming the system by making trivially simple things insanely complicated and expensive.
Yeah, I'm not amused at the moment.--
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