Bell Canada Outage in Okanagan Falls, British Columbia
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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.
Bell Canada problems in the last 24 hours in Okanagan Falls, British Columbia
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Bell Canada Issues Reports Near Okanagan Falls, British ColumbiaLatest outage, problems and issue reports in Okanagan Falls and nearby locations:
from Okanagan Falls, British Columbia
@Bell_Support is your network down for mobility in the South Penticton area? In general the service is is horrible but now it’s gone.
from Okanagan Falls, British Columbia
Been trying to make cell calls but nothing is getting out even though signal strength is adequate in Penticton BC. I’m using Bell services unsuccessfully. Imagine if there was a real crisis! 😬 @Bell_Support
Bell Canada Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@rastasack @Bell I was a customer for 45 years and when I cut the cord there was no effort to thank me for my patronage or try to keep me onboard. So much for long term loyalty.
@Bell Bell isn’t just sticking it to their Network Anchor, they want to stick it to all of us too. How about instead of squeezing every last penny out of consumers and firing your Network anchor to increase profits, you try something radical… like improving service
@ThinWhiteDork @Bell Sasktel because it's the local crown corp and I haven't had too terrible experiences. As far as having had to work with any of them for other people... they are all terrible. It's infuriating.
@TELUS, please, PLEASE provide Internet in Ontario. @rogers gave me $5.00 off for an outage that resulted in a lost day of work and @bell is helmed by misogynists.
@Bell All mine is going soon except internet. Fire stick seems like the way to go. Over $300 bucks a month for tv/ internet / home phone ( home phone there for decoration - never used).
@Bell Day 6 and still limited-to-no data service in the Waldemar, Ontario area for mobility customers. Many people affected, yet customer service says no issues or known outages. Terrible service! @FP_Champagne
@Mehrsa2009 @BellMediaPR @Bell only talk the talk. Just look at how they handle mental illness in their own company. This is a horrible move, but not at all surprising from this company.
@Bell Gouge Gouge Gouge. Wifi as weak as water and now you’re expecting customers to pay more to compensate for your crappy service?? I shouldn’t need pods for my small 2-bedroom apartment.
@Bell Can I get a mural saying @bell sucks?
@ThinWhiteDork @Bell I inherited my phone and my contract from work when I left, so I ended up with Telus. That wouldn't have been my choice, but they've been quite good to the point where I haven't switched. The in-person service I've received has been very good.