Bell has introduced the fastest Internet speeds of any major provider in Canada, with total speeds three times faster than cable. Bell pure fibre Internet service now offers download speeds of 3 Gbps (gigabits per second) as well as upload speeds of 3 Gbps, providing that faster experience while working or learning from home, playing games or sharing videos with the upload speeds that cable cannot deliver.
“I’m so proud that Bell is once again leading the way in delivering faster Internet speeds for our customers. With total speeds three times faster than cable, our customers can now get download speeds of 3 gigabits per second and upload speeds of 3 gigabits per second. We look forward to continuing to deliver the speed and reliability that our customers need so that they can do what they need to do online even faster,” said, Blaik Kirby, Group President, Consumer and Small and Medium Business.
Many customers have multiple devices connected throughout the home and in use at the same time. Bell’s unlimited pure fibre package comes with the Home Hub 4000 with Wi-Fi 6, the latest Wi-Fi technology on the market. Wi-Fi 6 enables customers to stream, share, learn, work from home, conduct video calls, game and do everything they need to do on their devices simultaneously, without sacrificing speed and performance.
Unlimited pure fibre 3 gigabits per second is now available in eligible areas of Toronto and will soon roll out in more regions across the country.
Bell pure fibre now has 3 times faster total speeds than cable with download speeds of 3 Gbps and upload speeds of 3 Gbps
Bell is the first major Internet service provider to offer 3 Gbps in Canada
3 gigabits per second pure fibre Internet available now in most areas of Toronto – Connecting more Canadians with the fastest ranked Internet service
Bell is undertaking its most aggressive fibre buildout ever in 2022, with plans to reach up to 900,000 more homes and businesses across much of Canada with direct fibre connections. This is part of Bell’s historic two-year capital expenditure program of almost $10 billion, now in its second year, to accelerate the rollout of its broadband fibre, 5G and rural networks. This capital acceleration is in addition to the approximately $4 billion in capital expenditures Bell typically invests in broadband network infrastructure and expansion each year.