Bell Canada Outage Report in Hatchet Lake, Halifax County, Nova Scotia
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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 in the last 24 hours in Hatchet Lake, Nova Scotia
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Live Outage Map Near Hatchet Lake, Halifax County, Nova Scotia
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Bell Canada Issues Reports Near Hatchet Lake, Nova Scotia
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from Halifax, Nova Scotia
@Bell Throttling isn’t unlimited given that 256kbps is practically useless. How many do you see coming to you when they purchase service saying no, no, I just need 256kbps...none! Bell stop the false marketing - especially to people who can barely afford your service to begin with.
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@Bell What a ****** service you have, not to mention the quality of the products you supply with your network.
After three weeks of horrendous service, ongoing internet outages, broken promises and just unbelievable incompetence from @rogers, now on the phone to @bell now to see if they want my business and can do any better.
@Bell Canada’s worst national network****
from Ottawa, Ontario
@Bell I moved from Vanier which has 1.5GB to Ottawa South. 50MB IF I AM LUCKY and I am paying more for a slow garbage speed.
@Bell upon chatting with @Bell_Support, their conclusion was that an order for a modem isn’t coming - WTF!!! And their idea of taking ownership is giving me the Bell number to call?? Is this world-class customer service to you?? #poorcustomerservice
@locne555 @Bell Yes there servers sucks
@Bell_Support I resolved the issue through another source. But I had to call bell first. I was redirected to three different people on a single call and put on hold for 20 mins then cut off three times in a row with nobody able to do a simple unlock. Nobody knew what to do. So they cut me off.
@Bell no one has called me back despite the last rep not being able to hear me! Someone really needs to step up and take ownership. I will spread the word about this poor customer experience.
from Ottawa, Ontario
@Lanark911 @Bell Add in terrible TV as @BellFibe is the worst. Constantly freezes when watching on demand and I need to reboot my box once a week. Call Bell and it is always “a software problem”
@Bell this is unbelievably absurd that I have to pay $7 + taxes and other fees and be ******* for 60 months for a potential solution for our internet connection problem. I have been a loyal customer with Bell and in good standing and this is how they repay you