Bell Canada Outage in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia
Bell Canada offers internet, mobile phone and home phone services to individuals and businesses. Internet is delivered through DSL or fiber technology. Bell also offers satellite TV nationawide and internet TV (branded Fibe TV, formerly known as Dish Network Canada) is available in the Greater Toronto Area, Montreal and Québec City.
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@virginmobilecan @Bell @richardbranson Over 2 weeks and over 10 customer service agents later and my issue is still not resolved. I'm out of the country and being treated poorly once again. SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME AND GET THE SITUATION RESOLVED!
@chertky @RogersHelps Time to switch to @bell. I made the switch a year ago - better service, better products and better pricing - and haven't looked back.
@ripamplifyy @Bell_Support I never ever lagged once when I used bell😂😂
@Bell_Support bell fibre internet fails everyday at 6-11pm my ping will go up to 150 and no level 1 or 2 tech support can help now what its been 2 months
@Bell_Support there seems to be a ******* issue to ur connection to @EpicGames na east server 130 ping on east getting less on europe and im in canada
@Bell nailed it again. Had cable/internet for a few months, sold a package that doesn't exist in our area, give us a new package told us we can cancel at any time and now want $150 to cancel. What a joke. Terrible customer service and experience. Disgusted. Should call @eastlink
@Bell_Support Hi there, you gave me a generic number and not technical support.
@Flagpole_Canada @mediamorphis @BenKlass @TELUS @Bell @Rogers 5Gy will never have enough capacity to replace FTTH and coax/cable to homes. And it’s much cheaper to deploy GPON fibre (unpowered) than to install powered radios every block. It doesn’t make economic sense to replace wireline with wireless in cities.
@jfmezei @mediamorphis @BenKlass @TELUS @Bell @Rogers Naw, they want 5G so they can abandon copper and cut out TPIA/GAS entirely.
@Bell_Support Did I mention I received my new modem. That was the “fix”. Thanks anyway. It’s slower now. I used to see 10 mbps.