reply to thestealth
Re: [Internet] Is Bell Business Fibre Available? Well, while I cant say with any degree of certainty in your specific situation as I don't know the area but, Bell has had a fibre network in place for a long long time. It could be a back-bone of sorts connecting central offices together, or it could be a feed for a remote in the area. If this is the type of fibre up there, than it is not for consumer retail.
If you wanted to go and take a look at the poles these are the types of terminals we are using for consumer installs. If one of these types of terminals is present within a few pole spans of your customer than it MIGHT MIGHT MIGHT MIGHT be available:
Opinions and ideas expressed in my post are my own and in no way represent those of Bell Canada Enterprises, Bell Canada, Bell TV, Bell Internet, Bell Mobility, Bell Technical Solutions, Expertech, or any other partners under the BCE umbrella.
I actually followed the line from one end to another. It seems to stop at a silver coloured splice box (I have photos of the splices at home and will post one this evening.) at one end of the property. No connections to any equipment. Following it back to the main road, it looks to splice into the main trunk lines. Between the main road and the end of the line, I only saw the silver splice boxes. It looks like no equipment has been installed at all and this is a fibre drop to nowhere. I'm sure for the right price, Bell can hook something up.
| Here is a shot of the splice boxes along the line.|