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Bell Unlimited 300 Mbps+Better TV for $100 p.m

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also when you cancel Bell's internet,
Bell will charge you full amount of current price,
then issue a credit bill next month saying a refund cheque will be mailed out.
And wait for you to call them
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Teletran wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 3:01 pm
The first tech wanted to have an easy install and place the homehub 3000 in a place that would be the most convenient for him.
I had completely forgotten about this other issue I had with them at installation.
They would not pass the cable through to the same spot as Rogers was. The technician said it would be "a lot of work for him"
They literally had a fibre optic cable crossing my corridor, on the floor, and told me to buy something to cover it because it was dangerous.
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Is it truly unlimited? I saw a while back that it capped at around 10TB/month.
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Any link to this offer?
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If bell's billing and customer service department were not so horrendous than this deal can be hot.

Ive had bell service in 2016. Bell's speed and wifi signal were great compared to my 2017 rogers gigabit. Bell's tv and internet technologies are much better compared to rogers. But all of those awsome bell service qualities turns to sh1t when their billing/customer service department are factored in.

I can definitely speak for 99% of the population that bell's billing and customer service department ruins their awesome service. Too many problems and headache dealing with bell's two notorious departments.

Only way i ever go back to bell is if they offer a deal i cannot refuse. But if it is just a few bucks saving, i'd gladly pass.
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OP where about's are you located and do you live in a condo or house?

I've heard Bell Reps going around Condo's offering similar internet.
bug wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 4:43 pm
Any link to this offer?
This, would appreciate a link to this offer as well.

Looking to make some adjustments to my Bell Services.
Bedboi wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 5:17 pm
If bell's billing and customer service department were not so horrendous than this deal can be hot.

Ive had bell service in 2016. Bell's speed and wifi signal were great compared to my 2017 rogers gigabit. Bell's tv and internet technologies are much better compared to rogers. But all of those awsome bell service qualities turns to sh1tter when their billing/customer service department is factored in.

I can definitely speak for 99% of the population that bell's billing and customer service department ruins their awesome service.
So much truth, their CS is horendous
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ToniCipriani wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 2:29 pm
Be careful with Bell promos, read your contract thoroughly. They love making you sign a 2-year contract for only 1 year of discounts.

One would naturally think a 2-year term would be for the obligation AND discount.
Good point. I will ask the rep and confirm.
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Nexzen wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 2:33 pm
I think Rogers is BS, their speeds are never what you're paying for. Bell in my area is really good, it's area dependent.
I'm paying for a 100Mbit connection and get slightly faster than that reguarly...
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AlienKing wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 2:53 pm
Is this for 1 or 2 years?
Have just texted the rep with same question. Will update once I hear back from him.
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fsilva wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 3:03 pm
Re. Bell vs Rogers.
I have had issues with both but Rogers has improved the customer service substantially in the past couple of years.

I originally installed Bell Gigabit at home. It broke on day 2, their tech support and customer service was terrible.
After a long chat they decided to send a technician... their scheduling is terrible, first available appointment was 4 days later.
I cancelled Bell on that day. Called Rogers, in 2 hours a technician was in my place and Rogers Gigabit was working.

Bell does have faster upload speeds in my area, I was getting 100 no problem but download speeds in the 400-500.
With Rogers the upload is worse, it's 50-60 but download is 600-700. Price was the same (100 bucks for gigabit + cable)
Although I would love the 100 upload speeds, Bell's terrible customer service is a deal breaker.
I "broke up" with Bell in 2011. Gave them another chance a few months ago but in one day I could tell they were the same terrible company as before.
Also Bell has very limited in-store support.
Rogers may have shortcomings but the few times the internet was down, they always came over on the very same day. I also like the peace of mind of obtaining full service in any of their stores.
I agree that Rogers have improved. I have no billing issues in last one year and customer service has been good.
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musicmastomagic wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 5:53 pm
Have just texted the rep with same question. Will update once I hear back from him.
Can you post the contact info given for the promo?
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bug wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 4:43 pm
Any link to this offer?
Not that I know. The Bell rep showed up at my door and offered this promo.
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musicmastomagic wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 5:57 pm
Done
You need a mod to change the first post title, that edit doesn't reflect.
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