Bell Canada Outage in Camlachie, Ontario

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.

 Problems detected at Bell Canada

Bell Canada problems in the last 24 hours in Camlachie, Ontario

Bell Canada Outage Chart in Camlachie, Ontario

February 25: Problems at Bell Canada

Bell Canada is having issues since 03:00 PM EST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments.

Most Reported Problems:

Internet
(59.92%)
Phone
(12.07%)
TV
(9.67%)
E-mail
(7.19%)
Wi-fi
(6.45%)
Total Blackout
(4.71%)

Bell Canada Outage Map Near Camlachie, Ontario

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Plympton-Wyoming.

Petrolia Total Blackout
Petrolia Phone
Lambton Shores Phone
Wyoming Internet
Wyoming E-mail
Petrolia Phone

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Bell Canada Issues Reports Near Camlachie, Ontario

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Camlachie and nearby locations:
  • shagadelic1 Barry Fraser (@shagadelic1) reported from Plympton-Wyoming, Ontario

    @Bell I’m beyond frustrated. How is it that a telecommunications company can’t transfer a call properly without hanging up on me. 9 attempts to get me through to accounts receivable to help with a bill. No wonder you are losing accounts daily. #imdone

Bell Canada Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • ericacheechoo Erica Jo (@ericacheechoo) reported

    OK @Bell don't be calling me at 8:30pm on a Tuesday and having your worker give me attitude bc I'm not interested in switching up our services with you, I will gladly take my service to someone else in town!!!!!

  • christinaelysse Chrissie O’Keefe 🧜🏻‍♀️ (@christinaelysse) reported

    **** I haaaaaaate @bell mobility so much I can’t waaaaait to cancel that shit! literal crooks stealing money from pregnant ladies thanks!!

  • thotlover402 love thots (@thotlover402) reported

    @Hockeyiscanada1 @Bell_Support its ****** ******* dog shit

  • GinaLCline Gina (@GinaLCline) reported

    @Bell internet down 3 days, I can spend more money for replacement hub and sign up for higher bills if I want restored. #awfulservice

  • GinaLCline Gina (@GinaLCline) reported

    @Bell_Support bell hub down since Saturday. Bell can’t fix but I can buy a new hub from them for $130 w/ new contract & higher mthly bill. #horribleservice #whybeloyal #timetocancel #expensive

  • szucs_john John Szucs (@szucs_john) reported

    @Bell @Bell_Support @Bellcanadalies @CTVNews @cbcmarketplace @globalnews Bell's promotional prices are for new customers only. The rest of us don't matter, apparently. But if you cancel your service and wait 15 days, voila, you're a new customer and qualify for the lower prices.

  • szucs_john John Szucs (@szucs_john) reported

    @Bell @Bell_Support @bellcanadalies @CBCNews @CTVNews @cbcmarketplace Screenshots to come of chat with Bell Support about why existing customers don't qualify for the new great rates, but if you cancel, wait 15 days, then you qualify for the newer, lower rates. So much hassle!

  • Trini_514_ Justin.T ✌🏾♓️ (@Trini_514_) reported

    @_DanBoise_ Trust me! At a point my internet went from a gig download speed to 10kbs all through the day. Called on three separate occasions & nothing was done & on the third call the guy told me it was my problem & hung up on me so switched after more then 10years with @Bell

  • jenniejen1234 Jen (@jenniejen1234) reported

    @Bell is there an outage or something in Mississauga all of a sudden my internet and tv died!

  • taxbuster88 ziggy stardust (@taxbuster88) reported

    @tedwoodhead @CircularLogic89 @CRTCeng Except for us who live in rural areas where "wired" option is not bothered with by (say) @bell or @Telus (lesser Shaw) who already have copper but REFUSE to string fibre. So fixed wireless is all we have for REAL BANDWIDTH. Cell coverage equally bad, expensive and low b'width.