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Get blazingly fast internet with Bell and take advantage of these hot offers.

For a limited time, get a credit* of $10/month on almost all Bell Fibe internet plans and get Wi-Fi pods for $5/month if you have a larger space. Check out their current plans below:

Fibe Internet - $55.00

  • 10 Mbps download speed
  • 0.93 Mbps upload speed
  • 100GB monthly usage
  • Home Hub 3000 - Wi-Fi included

Fibe 50 - $75.00 (regularly $90.00)

  • 50 Mbps download speed
  • 10 Mbps upload speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Home Hub 3000 - Wi-Fi included
  • Enjoy a credit of $15/month for 2 years

Fibe 150 - $95.00 (regularly $110.00)

  • 150 Mbps download speed
  • 150 Mbps upload speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Giga Hub - Wi-Fi 6 included
  • Enjoy a credit of $15/month for 2 years

Fibe 500 - $105.00 (regularly $120.00)

  • 500 Mbps download speed
  • 500 Mbps upload speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Giga Hub - Wi-Fi 6 included
  • Enjoy a credit of $15/month for 2 years

Gigabit Fibe 1.5 - $110.00 (regularly $125.00)

  • 1.55 Gbps download speed
  • 940 Mbps upload speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Giga Hub - Wi-Fi 6 included
  • Enjoy a credit of $15/month for 2 years

Gigabit Fibe 3.0 - $120.00 (regularly $135.00)

  • 3 Gbps download speed
  • 3 Gbps upload speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Giga Hub - Wi-Fi 6 included
  • Enjoy a credit of $15/month for 2 years

Gigabit Fibe 8.0 - $135.00 (regularly $150.00)

  • 8 Gbps download speed
  • 8 Gbps upload speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Giga Hub - Wi-Fi 6 included
  • Enjoy a credit of $15/month for 2 years

Offer is live for a limited time. Prices may increase during subscription. $0 for self-install or for professional install where self-install is not available. $99.95 professional install fee applies if you decline self-install when available.

*Credit is earned at the end of full billing periods.

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    • If possible you should see if you can replace the Fibe TV service with the Fibe TV App (only) service which is normally $10/month or $20/month for standard or premium correspondingly.

      The reason being, the Fibe TV App only service includes Crave (HBO) by default. Not this 6-months or 12-months free promo that some are reporting.

      Also, then you don't need to have that receiver box, you can just install Bell App or Crave App on your smart TV.

      I'm on a lifetime 50MBPS and Fibe TV App for $48 price for which I always get over 100MBPS since moving into a house, so I don't bother switching to anything else.
      Then you are on 100mbit. 50mbit doesn't just get 2x the speed lol.
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    • If possible you should see if you can replace the Fibe TV service with the Fibe TV App (only) service which is normally $10/month or $20/month for standard or premium correspondingly.

      The reason being, the Fibe TV App only service includes Crave (HBO) by default. Not this 6-months or 12-months free promo that some are reporting.

      Also, then you don't need to have that receiver box, you can just install Bell App or Crave App on your smart TV.

      I'm on a lifetime 50MBPS and Fibe TV App for $48 price for which I always get over 100MBPS since moving into a house, so I don't bother switching to anything else.
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    • Anyone getting the $55 for 1.5 gbps new client offers in Halifax, Nova Scotia? I called an agent today and the best quoted price was $84.95/m for 1.5 gbps
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    • Yea, I thought it was originally just temporary wires, but they've been hanging out there for a couple years so far. Surprising since it's almost like someone will get decapitated if they run too fast into it. ;) Sales guy was like "installation guys can work magic" to avoid doing that...but then why have they not done it earlier. ;)

      I'll PM you his contact details, but I think he said the deal was specific to my neighbourhood.
      May I please get his contact details as well? Please PM me if you can - thanks in advance.
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    • Would i get those speeds with a dedicated ethernet card or would it still be limited by the z390 mobo?
      Depend what pcie speeds that motherboard has. Just look up the specs and what a 5 or 10gig card uses. Myself I wasn't spending $130+tax for a 10gig card to save an extra 10 seconds on a download. I'm quite fine with my 2.5gbit built in it gets around 190-205MB/sec anyways.
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    • Bell HH4000 --> Asus gt-ax6000 --> MPG X570S EDGE 2.5G onboard
      bellspeedtest.PNG
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    • Yah highly unlikely a z390 has 2.5gbit or higher. Obviously no one you can get faster than 1gbit if that's all you have.
      Would i get those speeds with a dedicated ethernet card or would it still be limited by the z390 mobo?
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    • I have a tuned 10G network and a 2.5G nic in my B550 (Ryzen 5900x), and am one of the few that can actually show the 1.5G service.

      I'll say it's very rare that you'll see a speed test run on a system that isn't the modem showing stats like this:

      https://forums.redflagdeals.com/bell-in ... #p36216592
      Well you sure don't have a tuned 10gig network of you only have a 2.5gbit nic.
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    • Yeah, I'm on the 10g port. Guess my z390 motherboard ethernet is limited to 1gb? Solution would be to get an ethernet adapter capable of faster speeds?
      Yah highly unlikely a z390 has 2.5gbit or higher. Obviously no one you can get faster than 1gbit if that's all you have.
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    • I have a tuned 10G network and a 2.5G nic in my B550 (Ryzen 5900x), and am one of the few that can actually show the 1.5G service.

      I'll say it's very rare that you'll see a speed test run on a system that isn't the modem showing stats like this:

      https://forums.redflagdeals.com/bell-in ... #p36216592
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    • Do you have a faster than gigabit nic in your computer and using the 10gig port on the modem?
      Yeah, I'm on the 10g port. Guess my z390 motherboard ethernet is limited to 1gb? Solution would be to get an ethernet adapter capable of faster speeds?
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    • Getting conflicting speed testing results. The bell tester shows up to 1.7gb... meanwhile speedtest and fast showing 1gb. Anyone else getting these results?
      Do you have a faster than gigabit nic in your computer and using the 10gig port on the modem?
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    • Getting conflicting speed testing results. The bell tester shows up to 1.7gb... meanwhile speedtest and fast showing 1gb. Anyone else getting these results?

      Same. I signed up for the 1.5gbps service. Have my PC wired direct into the Bell modem. All speed test results come up the same. 950mbps down/up. Regardless, its a huge step up from the 250mbps I had with Rogers previously so I might not call to complain.
      Lol. Unless your device is equipped with a 2.5Gbps or 10Gbps ethernet port, the best you'll get is 1Gbps max.

      Run a speed test on two devices at the same time and you'll see they add up to around 1.5g
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    • Same. I signed up for the 1.5gbps service. Have my PC wired direct into the Bell modem. All speed test results come up the same. 950mbps down/up. Regardless, its a huge step up from the 250mbps I had with Rogers previously so I might not call to complain.
      Are you using the 10gig port and have a faster than gigabit nic in your computer?
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    • Getting conflicting speed testing results. The bell tester shows up to 1.7gb... meanwhile speedtest and fast showing 1gb. Anyone else getting these results?
      Same. I signed up for the 1.5gbps service. Have my PC wired direct into the Bell modem. All speed test results come up the same. 950mbps down/up. Regardless, its a huge step up from the 250mbps I had with Rogers previously so I might not call to complain.
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    • hello
      I am looking for Bell Internet. Postal code is L6P3H5. bell 100 is fastest speed available at this address. what's the price for this package ?
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    • Getting conflicting speed testing results. The bell tester shows up to 1.7gb... meanwhile speedtest and fast showing 1gb. Anyone else getting these results?
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    • Anyone in Toronto get this ($50 for 1.5) recently? Door to door rep told me it was done.
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    • Looking for Bell Internet. Postal code is L9T 7T6
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    • Those in Ottawa can PM me for contact details of the Bell rep that I used, he got me 1.5gb fibe internet only for $50, for additional $10 you can get Fibe TV app + free Crave for 6 months.
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    • I can't imagine they leave the unsightly wire dangling forever. I've seen this done with coax before, they macgyver it to complete the install, and then properly bury cable at a later date. Something you'd want to clarify with the sales guy before agreeing to anything. As for the price, it seems pretty darn good. So good in fact that you should share the sales guy's contact info here ;)
      Yea, I thought it was originally just temporary wires, but they've been hanging out there for a couple years so far. Surprising since it's almost like someone will get decapitated if they run too fast into it. ;) Sales guy was like "installation guys can work magic" to avoid doing that...but then why have they not done it earlier. ;)

      I'll PM you his contact details, but I think he said the deal was specific to my neighbourhood.
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    • A door-to-door salesman came by the other day. Offered $50/month for 1.5gb for 2 years. He said deal only available through him and can't get it by calling into call centre. I'm tempted, but I'm in a townhouse and other neighbours I've seen have to have a new wire from a junction box on the roadside, draped along the roof gutters along the townhouse complex, then through a newly drilled hole in the brick wall. I'm not too keen on them drilling a hole through my wall when I might have cancel in two years anyway. Plus the wire sort of dangling in the open (e.g. partially at eye level across a lawn) so seems vulnerable to getting accidentally cut.
      I can't imagine they leave the unsightly wire dangling forever. I've seen this done with coax before, they macgyver it to complete the install, and then properly bury cable at a later date. Something you'd want to clarify with the sales guy before agreeing to anything. As for the price, it seems pretty darn good. So good in fact that you should share the sales guy's contact info here ;)
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    • I meant if you are a new customer in the past month. you are not
      Well I had my price changed to the new base price Oct 5th. So I'll still get the increase.
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    • Can I cancel fibe tv after six months or I will lose the hole deal ?
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    • A door-to-door salesman came by the other day. Offered $50/month for 1.5gb for 2 years. He said deal only available through him and can't get it by calling into call centre. I'm tempted, but I'm in a townhouse and other neighbours I've seen have to have a new wire from a junction box on the roadside, draped along the roof gutters along the townhouse complex, then through a newly drilled hole in the brick wall. I'm not too keen on them drilling a hole through my wall when I might have cancel in two years anyway. Plus the wire sort of dangling in the open (e.g. partially at eye level across a lawn) so seems vulnerable to getting accidentally cut.
      Yes, my deal is same, no Crave for 6 months, but if I want it, I need to pay additional $10
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    • Has not. I'm still at $125 base.
      I meant if you are a new customer in the past month. you are not
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    • all of the pricing for the past month or so has included the increase
      Has not. I'm still at $125 base.
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    • In a good way?
      yes
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    • after having rogers for years, bell FTTH is like night and day
      In a good way?
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    • I'd never get anything but bells ftth. And do you want to haggle a new promo in a year or 2?
      after having rogers for years, bell FTTH is like night and day
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    • If you sign up before the increase of course.
      all of the pricing for the past month or so has included the increase
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    • A door-to-door salesman came by the other day. Offered $50/month for 1.5gb for 2 years. He said deal only available through him and can't get it by calling into call centre. I'm tempted, but I'm in a townhouse and other neighbours I've seen have to have a new wire from a junction box on the roadside, draped along the roof gutters along the townhouse complex, then through a newly drilled hole in the brick wall. I'm not too keen on them drilling a hole through my wall when I might have cancel in two years anyway. Plus the wire sort of dangling in the open (e.g. partially at eye level across a lawn) so seems vulnerable to getting accidentally cut.
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    • I'm mostly concerned that after I switch to Bell it would increase the price
      They increase the price yearly just like Cogeco and Rogers. But still give you Atleast 60 days notice.
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    • I'd never get anything but bells ftth. And do you want to haggle a new promo in a year or 2?
      I'm mostly concerned that after I switch to Bell it would increase the price
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    • I was offered a 1.5 Gigabit internet only for $50.00/month with no contract for 24 months in Ottawa.

      I live in a townhouse and currently with Rogers, but with one year promo I now have a 1GB plan for $55 before tax + 3 more months of free Disney plus. Now contemplating whether I should switch tk Bell. Would appreciate any suggestions.
      I'd never get anything but bells ftth. And do you want to haggle a new promo in a year or 2?
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    • I was offered a 1.5 Gigabit internet only for $50.00/month with no contract for 24 months in Ottawa.

      I live in a townhouse and currently with Rogers, but with one year promo I now have a 1GB plan for $55 before tax + 3 more months of free Disney plus. Now contemplating whether I should switch to Bell. I'm mostly concerned that after I switch to Bell it would increase the price.

      Would appreciate any suggestions.
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    • Bell, Rogers, Cogeco all raises prices yearly.

      Bells Internet increase is $5.05 and its coming Dec 15th.
      They need to provide 60 days notice so anyone who signed up recently may not get the increase (or may get it a few months later).
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    • also for new customers ?
      If you sign up before the increase of course.
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    • Bell, Rogers, Cogeco all raises prices yearly.

      Bells Internet increase is $5.05 and its coming Dec 15th.
      also for new customers ?
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    • its really fun when people post their prices but don't mention where they are :)
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