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Petition to Have Bell Aliant Improve Internet Service

12 Signatures Goal: 100

Bell Aliant has acknowledged issues with Internet performance in its rural serviceareas of that makes using the Internet almost impossible because of large volumes of traffic.


Bell Aliant has a planned upgrade to correct the problem but has no firm date as to when they will upgrade their service to deal with this ongoing issue. They have indicated an upgrade "may" take place by the end of this year, leaving customers to suffer through terrible performance.


This is a basic service required for most daily activities such as banking, shopping and in some cases working.


Customers are not getting what they are paying for and such service is unacceptable.


We would like your support to have Bell Aliant correct this problem.


By signing this petition you are indicating youwant Bell Aliant to upgrade their service immediately, reimburse you for the months they have been unable to provideyou with what youpay for and to stop selling new service in the area until the problem is corrected.

Sponsor

Barry Wheeler

Links

Internet Provider - Bell Aliant

Advocate for Improved Service - Barry Wheeler

  • Kris Olafson
    Kris Olafson Canada, Charlottetown
    Oct 02, 2015
    Oct 02, 2015
    Currently in PEI paying $70 a month for 1.5Mbps "high speed". In Ontario I used to pay $60 for a 30Mbps connection. This is a jump from $2 per Mbps to $46.60 per Mbps! I know that since we are out in the country a bit, we may not be able to get the best speeds, but the price is atrocious and completely unjustified.
  • Jack MacDonald
    Jack MacDonald Canada, Inverness
    Sep 19, 2015
    Sep 19, 2015
    Try installing EasyNetMonitor. You can set it up email Bell Aliant top brass everytime you can no longer ping www.Bellaliant.ca. Just google bell aliant top managers to get their names and their work email will be like this - john.doe@bellaliant.ca. I set it up yesterday and since then I have sent more than 50 emails to 8 different managers including the CEO. They should have 300 - 400 emails in their inboxes by Monday.
  • Nathan Betts
    Nathan Betts Canada, Kensington
    Feb 09, 2014
    Feb 09, 2014
    At the rate they are moving in our area, we will have high speed access/cell service out here by 2030.
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