Bell plays fast and loose on condo entry rights: The Fixer

Let’s get something straight: Bell Canada has absolutely no right to demand entry to privately owned condo units to install wiring for Fibe internet and TV service.  But many condo owners say they were told they had no choice but to allow a Bell contractor into their unit to hook them up — even if they weren’t home, aren’t a customer and don’t intend to become one.  We’ve been reporting on Bell’s efforts to wire up as many apartments and condo units as possible for Fibe, which it says is “on par or better than any (service) available in North America.”    Read the article………….


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