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Bell reaches one million IPTV customers

20 Apr 2015

Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE) has announced reaching a combined total of one million IPTV customers at its Bell Canada and Bell Aliant divisions. Bell’s IPTV coverage has now reached 6.1 million homes, up from 5.1 million at the start of 2014, including Bell Canada’s ‘Fibe TV’ service in Ontario and Quebec, and Bell Aliant’s ‘FibreOP’ TV service across Atlantic Canada and parts of northern Ontario, whilst the group adds that it is increasingly signing up small and medium business customers to IPTV too. Including its nationwide satellite TV service, Bell is the second-largest pay-TV provider in Canada with more than 2.65 million TV customers.

With services established in major cities across six provinces, Bell is now bringing IPTV to mid-sized and smaller communities with Peterborough (Ontario), Shawinigan (Quebec), Bouctouche (New Brunswick), Liverpool (Nova Scotia) and Bay Roberts (Newfoundland & Labrador) among the ‘many’ new locations to be added in 2015.

Canada, BCE (old), Bell Aliant, Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE)

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