Bell customers in Québec and Ontario with Bell TV, DSL Internet and either Bell Home Phone (News - Alert) or Bell Mobility wireless service are in for an unexpected bonanza as the company is offering them an unlimited Internet add-on option for just $10.
"Canadians are the heaviest Internet users in the world and our time spent online is growing every day,”
said Wade Oosterman, president of Bell Mobility and Residential Services and Bell's chief brand officer.
This new unlimited and affordable Internet usage option is in response to the immense confidence that customers have apparently shown in Bell's residential services, noted officials.
For those customers who have not opted for the triple bundle services, Bell also has different usage options.
Bell's massive network investments and the success of its new Fibe network have allowed it to take the lead in offering unlimited Internet usage at affordable prices. In addition, it offers secure and reliable Internet access with fast upload and downloads speeds, good technical support and Wi-Fi home network included for free.
It has been spending over three billion dollars every year to offer its Canadian consumers and business users world class broadband technology and has also been investing in new network technology. It is well positioned to offer customers the largest 4G LTE (News - Alert) mobile network in the country and also content services like Bell Mobile TV.
"Bell's unparalleled investments in next-generation network technologies like Fibe have brought new capability, choices and competition in TV, Internet and mobile services to Canadian consumers," added Oosterman.
Bell, touted to be Canada's largest communications company, and has been providing consumers and business with solutions to all their communications needs. Bell Media is Canada's premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio and digital media. Bell also supports other national charitable initiatives.
Bell launched the enhanced Fibe TV on Demand store, which now includes detailed movie reviews from the popular Rotten Tomatoes website, a first for on-demand video services.
Edited by Carlos Olivera