Bell Canada Outage in Buchans, Newfoundland and Labrador
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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@TekSavvyBuzz @Bell Shaw is bad also. Internet craps out all the time. Way overpriced.
@TekSavvyBuzz @Bell Bell? F Bell they are a horrible greedy company
@Bell How about more than one bar of service? Such a waste of money but I’m trapped for 14 more months.
@cogeco your internet NEVER WORKS! #getittogether Hey @Bell are you looking for new customers? I’m sure we can be persuaded to switch! #frustrated #overthis 🤬🤬🤬
@TekSavvyBuzz @Bell Big money always wins, **** the people right?
@TekSavvyBuzz @Bell Every company is gauging in Canada and it won’t stop until we have more competitors from outside. CRTC is garbage. I will believe until I see price drop to 60 to 70 percent like other countries. Kapish
**** you @bell were getting Starlink
@makkydoll @TekSavvyBuzz @Bell One of my sons-in-law also worked there & said it was awful. He luckily found a similar job somewhere else for a much better employer.
@RetiredCdnRJB @TekSavvyBuzz @Bell Never fell for that virtue signaling lets talk b.s.
Got an offer from @Bell for brand new fiber optic internet service. Should I... stay with my current ISP, where I'm paying $75/mo for 300/20, or switch to Bell, where $9 more will get me... 50/50. Think I'll stay with @Coextro. Try harder, Bell.