Bell Canada Outage in Pictou, 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 Pictou, Nova Scotia
The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about Bell Canada over the past 24 hours from users in Pictou and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.
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Bell Canada Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@Bell @CraveCanada what was the point of giving me six months of a useless subscription I can't even watch on my TV. Got my hopes up for nothing. I thought maybe I might get back in the crave train but I'll just cancel my account after one day cause you spit in my face.
@Bell_Support I wish I could cancel everything and go back 15 years to NOT pick you
@TorontoUltra @Bell @Activision your game is so ***. 2 dev errors and a recon drone glitch in finals costing people actual money. GGs all who played.
@Bell_Support The Bell customers @ 4164499839 have been without phone, internet or TV services since SUNDAY 4 DECEMBER - no technician, no help, just the runaround from "customer service agents." What gives? We need answers, we need SERVICE
@NBACanada @Bell Stop gassing a normal floater... treating him like a damn make-a-wish kid 😭
Hello @Bell recently I upgraded my device and got a new one from bell. The person from bell who was helping me over the phone told me that there will be a $50 processing fee on your bill but since you’re already a bell customer we can waive this off when the bill is generated but
@Bell_Support Discussed with Bell and if your modem does not cover your 2500+ sqft simple two storey home and Technical support advises to rectify the issue with pods then it’s a customer problem which customer needs to pay, since multiple factors affect Bell modem signals.
@Bell_Support I just need Bell position on this issue. I know Ivano Pirro has put a lot of efforts creating an excellent CXS structure but a response without logical answer was something not expected from Bell support. Feel free to see my account “b12lwm28”
@Bell_Support @Bell - How do you view when your modem leaves dead zones in a normal two storey home where Rogers works like a charm…. On top of it L3 confirms the issue, and then support tries to charge customers for wifi pod’s. Is this a service deficiency or an upsell?
@Bell_Support Reach out how? Are you saying to call the same customer service reps she has been calling for over four months?