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[Bell] Bell Gigabit Fibe 1000 Download/Upload unlimited Fiberoptics internet for $49.95 (Winback, YMMV)

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GNKRFD wrote: after it goes to 49.99 does it just stay at 49.99 or just for 12 months??!

what speed would I realistically get if its Fibe to home?
cruisn76 wrote: Hard wired to comp would show very close to 1000Mbps
Goes without saying that your computer would require a good enough ethernet port if you'd like to take advantage of the 1000mbps.
Same with your wireless card and your powerline adapter.

The speed is as good as your slowest component involved in carrying over the network.
Also, wifi and powerline would take a hit as it's not direct. I have no data to provide about either as all my wireless cards cap at 300 or so, and my powerline caps at 50.

Direct connection to the router via ethernet ftw.
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I ended up getting 1.5 for 39.99 a month + ATV included. Here is the process I followed.

I was originally a Rogers customers, I called bell and asked them what they could do for me since my Rogers deal was about to expire ($69.99 a month for 1gb/s), they offered me 1.5gb/s for $65 a month with no activation fee bundled with ATV. I said sure, and the request for the port out went to rogers. Rogers called me back and said why I was leaving...I told them why, then rogers offered me 1gb/s internet for $39.99 a month. I said sure. Bell then called me back one last time and offered 1.5gb/s Internet + ATV for $39.99 a month....not a bad deal.
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GNKRFD wrote: Holy crap that's insane. I'm only worried cause the infrastructure in my area almost 100% im sure is old as hell, so I wouldn't be getting that kinda connection
They should run a brand new line into your place so your old infrastructure shouldn't matter. If the line is there I don't see why you couldn't max out the connection.
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mmadcat wrote: I ended up getting 1.5 for 39.99 a month + ATV included. Here is the process I followed.

I was originally a Rogers customers, I called bell and asked them what they could do for me since my Rogers deal was about to expire ($69.99 a month for 1gb/s), they offered me 1.5gb/s for $65 a month with no activation fee bundled with ATV. I said sure, and the request for the port out went to rogers. Rogers called me back and said why I was leaving...I told them why, then rogers offered me 1gb/s internet for $39.99 a month. I said sure. Bell then called me back one last time and offered 1.5gb/s Internet + ATV for $39.99 a month....not a bad deal.
how long does the discount last for?
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I used to be with Bell for Fibe Internet + Fibe TV + Fibe Landline. Every year, Bell would increase the fees and frequently have billing errors in their favor. After two years, I finally cancelled with Bell. By my calculation, I was overcharged by approximately $200 but the Bell rep calculated it to be $145. When I cancelled, Bell said I would get a credit back of $145 but it would happen 30 days after the last invoice. Long story short, I never got the $145 back but at least I never have to deal with Bell ever again.

Bell would have to pay me to use their service.
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mmadcat wrote: I ended up getting 1.5 for 39.99 a month + ATV included. Here is the process I followed.

I was originally a Rogers customers, I called bell and asked them what they could do for me since my Rogers deal was about to expire ($69.99 a month for 1gb/s), they offered me 1.5gb/s for $65 a month with no activation fee bundled with ATV. I said sure, and the request for the port out went to rogers. Rogers called me back and said why I was leaving...I told them why, then rogers offered me 1gb/s internet for $39.99 a month. I said sure. Bell then called me back one last time and offered 1.5gb/s Internet + ATV for $39.99 a month....not a bad deal.
that's hilarious. :D.
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Oct 21, 2018
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HKPolice wrote: Do you live in a condo or house? Usually these prices are only available for condos with more competing fiber options.
I live in a Condo in Oakville. I don't think this is condo only deal.
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Sep 13, 2007
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I was hoping it was 24.95 like my 300Mbps package Face With Tears Of Joy
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Nov 13, 2007
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Anyone in Quebec has been able to get a similar deal? I was just shot down by Chat...
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Jun 6, 2016
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Scarborough, ONT
Bell and Rogers are really going at it, especially in Condos. I was with Bell @ $65, then Rogers came to my building offer Gigabit for $40, so Bell offered me Gigabit for $45 which I took.
In buildings with Beanfield, etc., you can get even better deals, like $25 for Fibe 300, $35 for Gigabit.
And to anyone wondering, Gigabit speeds for FTTH are generally 900+ up / down at anytime of day.
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We get 5/0.5 from bell in our Town but here is the catch. Bell will not take new customers on for 3+ years lol
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Bell has proven pretty good about retention on my account over the last few years. I'm on 1.0 Gigabit Fibe, Basic TV, home phone w caller ID and unlimited NA LD and pay $102 + tax monthly.

I'm paying:

$49.95 for the Internet ($100 promo, no expiration)
$14.95 for TV ($10 monthly promo expiring in 6 months)
$37.90 for home phone/caller id/LD ($28 promo, no expiration)

So when my TV promo expires I'll have to call them up again.
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Jan 31, 2007
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I really wish I could get this in Mississauga.
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what's the regular price of Fibe 1000?
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kiasu wrote: LOL...last month Bell 'PPL' knocked my door and offered $79..i told him please come with when it's $50 and no other fee....

look like they r rushing to drop the price...i will wait..
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Mar 25, 2018
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They don't have anything close to that in my area
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Nov 17, 2017
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Gta
I hate it when bell keep increasing the price every 2-3 months. they promise the discount but not the price
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Aug 4, 2018
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I will definitely go to Bell, IF this 1000M FTTH fiber internet is available in my area.

But, that's a only if condition. I guess it will take forever for bell to upgrade the infrastructure in my area, only 50M FTTN. lol
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Feb 2, 2015
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Just called Bell retention, girl offered me a 5 dollar discount for GBit...which brings the total to 105 bucks a month...I found that humiliating...
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Oct 21, 2018
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You'll get one to 1.2 gigabit down from the home hub, however because the home hub does not support anything above 1 gigabit you won't see that speeds on ethernet to your devices. I believe the limit for 1 gigabit copper is 700 to 780 megabytes a second? I have Bell Aliant 1-gig fiber-to-the-home and this is what I'm seeing we just still amazing.

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