Opening the door for Bell Fibe may be a good idea in condos: Fixer

There are two sides to every story, including some good reasons why condo owners might consider allowing Bell to install cable for its Fibe service in their homes.  In our column last Tuesday, we made it clear that the CRTC has ruled that Bell has no right to enter individual condo units to install wiring for Fibe or anything else, unless asked to do so by owners.  Some condo owners complained to us that they were told by their building management that Bell had government authority to demand access to every unit in a building to hook it up for Fibe.  No means no.    Read the article…………….


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