What are the "ins and outs" of Bell Fibre Internet?
Fibre has been run to the outside of my house - so Bell would have to run the fibre through the wall and terminate it in the house somewhere.
I'm interested in comments from anyone who has had that done - positive and negative to get some idea what I'm in for.
Also how well the service works for them.
Problem I have now with my current cable 40/10 service is that the speeds are often much slower - down to one or two MBps at times, latency varies from 29msec (good) to over 300msec(terrible) and the connection drops every once in a while.
I don't really need higher speeds, but for gaming I need low latency and for web broadcasts I need better reliability.
Hoping fibre will give me that.
Couple of things struck me looking at the Bell website.
1. They talk about a subscription which seems to imply a contract for a certain length of time, but nothing is specfied other than that the price can go up at any time.
So does one have to commit for a minimum period.
2. There is a requirement to have at least one computer wired to the modem/router, at least that's the way I read it. Is that true? Doesn't really work for me where I want the modem/router
3. There is also a requirement to have a phone jack near the computer - doesn't really work for me either