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BCE Inc T.BCE

Sector: Communication Services | Sub-Sector: Telecom Services
Alternate Symbol(s):  BCE | T.BCE.PR.A | T.BCE.PR.B | T.BCE.PR.C | T.BCE.PR.D | T.BCE.PR.E | T.BCE.PR.F | T.BCE.PR.G | T.BCE.PR.H | T.BCE.PR.I | T.BCE.PR.J | T.BCE.PR.K | T.BCE.PR.R | T.BCE.PR.S | T.BCE.PR.T | T.BCE.PR.Y | T.BCE.PR.Z

BCE Inc is a communications company, providing residential, business and wholesale customers with a solutions for all their communications needs. It has four business segments: Bell Wireline, Bell Wireless, Bell Media and Bell Aliant.
Price: $49.58 | Change: $-0.18 | %Change: -0.36%
Volume: 310,805 | Day High/Low: 49.78/49.57 | 52 Week High/Low: 51.09/41.28


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BCE to privatize affiliate Bell Aliant

http://web.tmxmoney.com/article.php?newsid=69167251&qm_symbol=BCE  rate and reply
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JUST BOUGHT SOME MORE

I like to play the charts and ( for blue chip stocks ) buy on the dips.  I just bought a couple hundred more shares as it looks like ( according to the chart )  that after a little pullback here then...read more
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Layoffs at Bell Media

Bell Media says it plans to cut as many as 120 jobs in Toronto due to “financial pressure” in its advertising and subscription TV services. The radio and television section of BCE Inc. says it has...read more
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RE:RE:BCE and Interest Rate Scare Tactics

I'd lean towards the Quebecor announcement as the cause too as T and RCI are also taking a hit.   And to be honest, I don't mind a drop in price as it's better for my DRIP.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:BCE and Interest Rate Scare Tactics

That's right.  The article I read that the soonest the telecom regulator would rule would be December, if I remember right.  Next year would be the soonest that Quebecor would make a play, if at all...read more
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RE:RE:BCE and Interest Rate Scare Tactics

That also.  A goo dscare tactic to knock the Big three Down.  Buy on foolish talk is the name of the game.  rate and reply
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RE:BCE and Interest Rate Scare Tactics

I think this drop is more about the announcement from Quebecor that it plans to become a national wireless provider if the national roaming rates are competitive.  rate and reply
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BCE and Interest Rate Scare Tactics

News medias  that think the Bank of Canada will raise interest rates  is  a farce.  It will not happen.  Raising interest rates would throw Canada into a deep depression by killing the housing market...read more
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RE:RE:RE:@majortom 2

don't mean to break up this tech squable but can we get back to BCE news  rate and reply
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RE:RE:@majortom 2

You stated "If your wifi does improve after switching to cable, it won't be because you switched to cable, it'll be because you got a new wireless access point" I am sorry I thought you meant location...read more
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RE:@majortom 2

Wow! Just wow! You don't have a clue...at all! My last message didn't even mention location. 1) as I indicated before, the range you got from your previous access point has absolutely nothing to do...read more
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@majortom 2

First of all it can not be the location as it is the exact location on my desk that the previous DSL access point was that I had with Bell which had a huge range. Please stop babbling about location...read more
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RE:RE:RE:@ majortom

I can certainly respect someone switching ISPs if they will get better service, lower costs, higher bandwidth cap, etc. Just don't expect your wifi to be any better...they are two completely separate...read more
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RE:RE:@ majortom

First of all I do not have DSL (as majortom pointed out). That is the problem. I had DSL for years with Bell at the same access point and it was great (can you explain why there was not a problem then...read more
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RE:@ majortom

thomas35 wrote: As you stated: "You can connect your own access point via ethernet cable to one of the switchports in the Bell provided router and place your access point in a more convenient location...read more
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@ majortom

As you stated: "You can connect your own access point via ethernet cable to one of the switchports in the Bell provided router and place your access point in a more convenient location." That would be...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:FIBE

Well said. Can't say you didn't try and enlighten him anyway.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:FIBE

I am soory. I did not know Bell was not a Canadian company. I can get the same TV channels, a home phone and a faster stronger internet with Cogeco for less money. Yes I am pretty silly.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:FIBE

It doesn't surprise me that you worked at Bell. You fit in well  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:FIBE

You don't have wireless DSL. Digital Subscriber Line is carried over a pair of copper wires that also carries analog voice.  What you have is a wireless access point that may or may not be integrated...read more