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MsNobleEleanor July 6th 2015 08:08 PM

Bell Canada
So, over a week ago I got my internet and Fibe TV installed. I went with Bell Canada. It's a huge step forward in my life, with a new additional bill for myself, so I am proud. So far, I am very happy. Only problem is, it's been years since I really handled TV services/channels, last time was about 6 or so years ago (I didn't have TV for 6 years) so I am basically new at it.

I got this call from Bell asking if I was interested in this new service on demand for the first 3 months for free then after it's 20 bucks. It's called "CraveTV" and it looks interesting. I'm not the type to really care what's on TV but I have all these channels that I CAN NOT watch unless I subscribe, then channels I can watch. But shuffling through them all, is very hard.

I only know 2 channels... Teletoon Retro and the W channel. I am sad I don't get Discovery Channel and others but that is okay. I don't really want to pay more for TV services.

I tried looking online at the Bell Channels on my Bell account, but I am clueless. Isn't there something easier to find what channels I do have access to and get rid of the ones I need to subscribe to? Also, I understand I live in a bilingual city but the amount of french channels vs English is beyond annoying. I get french channels in french but the same channel source in English I need to subscribe to. It's honestly annoying.

Does anyone have pointers for the TV services and guide to channels? Or know channels?

( *I know a lot of people out there dislike Bell Canada, so please keep it out of the thread* )

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