Tuesday, October 20


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Launch of Bell’s Wireless Home Internet Service in Rural Atlantic Canada

Bell's Wireless High Speed ​​Home Internet (WHI) service has been thrown out in rural Atlantic Canada, which will provide Internet access to approximately 70,000 households by the end of 2020 and a total of 200,000 locations over the next 2 years. Bell's WHI service will be available to nearly 68,000 residences in New Brunswick, 86,000 in Nova Scotia, 27,000 on Prince Edward Island, and 15,000 in Newfoundland and Labrador. The WHI service has also recently been enhanced to offer 50/10 access speeds, which will be available to approximately 70% of connected households. "Bell Wireless Home Internet has made a positive difference for many Canadians living in rural and other underserved communities, and we are proud to bring this unique service to the Atlantic provinces," said G...
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Faster Telus on Mobile Devices, Faster Rogers on Broadband, According to Ookla Internet Speed ​​Test Report

According to Ookla Canada's third quarter report (July to September 2020) for fixed and mobile broadband released today, the company's speed test results provided some superior ratings for the country's top 3 telcos. Ookla Speedtest data revealed the following from mobile:TELUS was the fastest mobile provider with a speed score of 66.79 Bell had the fastest 5G performance based on average download speed during Q3 2020 at 280.41 Mbps Samsung's Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G Saw Fastest Speed ​​in Canada Based on Average DownloadOokla said Telus "was the fastest mobile operator among Canada's top providers in Q3 2020 with a speed score of 66.79 on modern chipsets." Regarding the results of the Ookla Speedtest broadband data, "Speedtest Intelligence reveals that Rogers was the faste...
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Bell Expands High Speed ​​Wireless Home Internet to Rural Atlantic Canada

Bell has announced that it is expanding its high-speed wireless home Internet service to rural Atlantic Canada. The Montreal-based national airline plans to reach approximately 70,000 homes by the end of 2020, and a total of 200,000 locations over the next two years. This number breaks down to about 68,000 in New Brunswick, 86,000 in Nova Scotia, 27,000 in Prince Edward Island, and 15,000 in Newfoundland and Labrador. "The expansion of Bell's wireless residential Internet service will help Canadians in rural Atlantic communities connect faster, better and more easily to run their businesses, pursue educational opportunities and participate in the digital economy," said the Minister of Navdeep Bains innovation in a Press release. Be...
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Telus tops ranking as fastest mobile operator in Canada for Q3 2020: report

Telus has topped the ranking as the fastest mobile operator in Canada for the third quarter of 2020, according to the latest market analysis report from Ookla. The carrier received a speed score of 66.79. To determine speed scores, Ookla measures the upload and download speed of each provider to rank overall network speed performance. Bell was not far behind with a score of 64.37, and Rogers' flank brand Fido followed in third place with 60.17. Rogers finished fourth with a score of 51.46, and Vidéotron followed with 44.67. Bell and Telus tied in the 4G availability category with 95.5 percent. Rogers followed with a score of 93.8 percent. In terms of 5G performance, Bell ranked first. The report acknowledges that although 2020 brought a sample of 5G to major Canadian cities, the...
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Bell to launch a $ 85 / 30GB promotional plan on October 15

According to details obtained by MobileSyrup, Bell plans to launch a $ 85 / 30GB promotional plan on October 15. At the time of writing, the plan has not been added to the Bell website. The new Bell smartphone plan is likely aiming to match Rogers' recent $ 85 / 30GB deal. Bell's plan will offer 30GB of unlimited data that cannot be shared for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and SmartPay customers. Since the plan appears to be an unlimited plan, that means it should work like Bell's other unlimited plans. In other words, the 30GB data allowance will work at full speed. Any data usage beyond the 30GB allotment will be limited to a maximum of 512Kbps. There will also be no overloads. Also, like Bell's other unlimited plans, the 30GB...
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Rogers, Telus and Bell comment on iPhone 12 and 5G network demand

Apple finally announced its iPhone 12 line yesterday, and with him introducing 5G network support for the first time. Now, Canada's top wireless carriers have shared some general statements about the demand for the iPhone 12 and 5G network, as reported by The balloon and the mail. According to Rogers, the company's president of wireless technology, Brent Johnston, told the Balloon their networks continue to grow and become more capable. "We will have 5G in even more places, and that 5G experience will accommodate more connectivity with lower power demands with lower latency and higher speeds," Johnston said. As for Telus, its president of mobility solutions, Jim Senko, noted that the path to 5G networks "is a longer game" and said that the latter would improve over time, espe...
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Bell 5G will support Apple iPhone 12, not to mention Telus or Rogers yet

Apple today announced its new iPhone 12 at its special event, while on stage he mentioned Bell as a compatible 5G carrier as part of a presentation slide. There is no mention of Telus or Rogers on stage, but we will find out very soon after this event is over. The present day, Apple announced its new HomePod Mini, priced at $ 129 in Canada. ... in development, update for updates
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Win a Bell LG Velvet 5G – Enter our latest contest here

In addition to the contest we launched last week for a Bell LG Velvet 5G, We have one more at stake! As previously stated, the Velvet 5G features a Snapdragon 765 5G processor, a three-camera waterdrop camera setup, 6GB of RAM, a 4,300mAh battery, 128GB of expandable storage with a 3.5mm headphone jack. 3.5 mm. To enter the contest, do one of the following: Follow us and retweet the contest on Twitter (@mobilesyrup), Follow us on Instagram (@mobilesyrup), 'Like us on facebook (Facebook.com/MobileSyrup) or subscribe to our Youtube channel. All current MobileSyrup Twitter, Facebook and YouTube followers are automatically entered into the contest. This contest ends on October 30 and the winner will be announced shortly after. If you'r...
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CRTC Approves Request to Extend Bell’s AI Call Blocking Test

The Canadian Radio, Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has approved Bell Canada's application to extend your artificial intelligence (AI) call blocking test until you decide whether to make the technology permanent. In June, the CRTC granted Bell and its affiliates a 90-day trial period to block fraudulent and fraudulent voice calls received or transmitted from, to, or over its network. Bell's fraudulent call blocking system was powered by artificial intelligence, which, according to Bell, could "point to anomalies that suggest possible fraudulent and fraudulent activity." Bell filed the extension request on September 2, requesting that the CRTC allow it to continue blocking calls on an interim basis until the c...

Bell 5G network to expand to more cities in British Columbia and Alberta

Bell has announced that it will expand its 5G network to more cities in British Columbia and Alberta this week. On October 9, the Bell 5G network will launch in the following cities in British Columbia: Coquitlam Port Coquitlam Maple Ridge New Westminster Pitt meadows White rock Vancouver Victory Burnaby Surrey … And the following cities in Alberta: Leduc Calgary Edmonton Fort Saskatchewan Sherwood Park Spruce Grove Stony plain Neighboring Areas of Parkland and Acheson County If these cities sound familiar, it's because Telus announced today that it will expand its 5G network in these cities. later this week too. A Bell spokesperson confirmed iPhone in Canada Similarly, it is being launched in these areas, as part of a network sharing agreement between the two companies. Bell...

Some Bell TV channels experience outages attributed to power outages

According to Bell, some of its television channels are experiencing technical difficulties due to a power outage at one of its facilities. Bell He said this afternoon, “We are currently experiencing technical difficulties for some of our channels as a result of a power outage at our Agincourt facility. We are working to restore service as soon as possible. " The company also noted that the CTV and CTV2 stations were also down, which was also attributed to a power outage. “We experienced a power outage at our transmission facility in Scarborough tonight that affected local CTV and CTV2 stations east of Winnipeg and our specialty channels. Websites and digital services were also affected. Power has been restored and transmissions are expected to return soon, ”said Bell.We e...
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Contest: Win a Bell Motorola Edge + (two up for grabs)

If the Motorola Edge + has been on your radar, this is the contest for you! We have two of these gems in play and you can thank Bell for this opportunity. The Motorola Edge + has a 6.7-inch screen (2340 x 1080), 5G speeds, powered by Android 10 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip, 108 megapixels f / 1.8 Quad Pixel with rear camera OIS with a camera f / Camera Front Quad Pixel 2.0 and a 5,000 mAh battery. To enter the contest, do one of the following: Follow us and retweet the contest on Twitter (@mobilesyrup), Follow us on Instagram (@mobilesyrup), 'Like us on facebook (Facebook.com/MobileSyrup) or subscribe to our Youtube channel. All current MobileSyrup Twitter, Facebook and YouTube followers are automatically entered into the contest. This contest end...