Bell Canada Outage in Houston, British Columbia
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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Bell Canada problems in the last 24 hours in Houston, British Columbia
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@cheetahstreams2 @SeanBiggs1978 @RossyOnTheMic @Bell For it to be legal you also have to be the internet provider. For example people can't have bell fibe or rogers ignite internet and use your service.
@captainmandolin @RossyOnTheMic @Bell You can cancel anytime I believe. No more contracts
from Toronto, Ontario
@tracer_ca @Bell This happened to me a few months ago. It was before the rona but, nonetheless, there was no negotiating and they didn't give a shit.
Hey @Bell your wifi/fibe is absolutely trash, worst decision I made switching from rogers...smh
**** you @bell my wifi is worse than ur hold music
@Bell_Support my internet sucks. Wait time to speak to someone at your call centre sucks. The thought of having someone come into my house to fix it sucks. So, that's really sucky.
@patterballs @Bell Here in BC I’m happy to say that I’ve had good customer service from @RogersHelps . Seems unlikely, I know, but we’ve been with them for ten years and it’s been good.
@Bell @BMullinsNL You do nothing to help those in rural communities. Realize the situation and the national state of emergency and offer unlimited rural internet through the use of turbo hubs. You should be ashamed of yourself!
Probably what's happened is that he's on @Bell's list of ppl that get shunted to a department for "problem callers", that is, folks that call often with issues the company feels are easily solved thru self-service. It's a real department. Nordia's Orillia office has/had it.
I did something I haven't done in over a year -- @Bell satellite tech support, b/c the agent my 86 year old neighbour called just told him to "look it up on the website" re: getting new remote to work w/Sat receiver & tv. Y'all. C'mon.