- The best TV service now brings together live TV, on-demand shows and movies, plus apps, voice remote control and powerful search all in one place
- The new Fibe TV uses Google Android TV technology to access the Google Play app catalog, voice remote control with Google Assistant and universal search
MONTREAL, July 26, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Bell today introduced the new evolution of Fibe TV with thousands of apps and powerful search options to make our customers’ experience even better.
Featuring the latest Google Android TV technology, Fibe TV now offers access to over 7,000 apps from Google Play, including favorites like Crave, Netflix and Prime Video. Viewers can easily find the content they want to watch and explore new and exciting entertainment with a voice remote powered by Google Assistant and intuitive universal search capabilities that find content on Fibe TV and supported subscribed streaming services. With additional cloud PVR capabilities, viewers can store content for up to a year to watch at their leisure.
“We’re excited to announce the next evolution of Fibe TV and show how we’ve made the best TV service even better. Canadians want more entertainment, and we’re making it easy for them to discover, search and access the content they love and discover new entertainment options. And the best part is they can get everything in one place.”
– Joel OrvisVP, landline products, Bell
Providing customers with the ultimate home entertainment experience
Bell offers its customers a fun and intuitive entertainment experience from TV, movies, games, apps and fitness, supported by the latest technology. New features include:
- Google Play apps – Search and access over 7,000 apps with the Google Play catalogue.
- Voice remote control with Google Assistant – Search for shows and movies on Fibe TV and other streaming services that support this function, control the TV and smart devices or get answers to questions such as the current weather or traffic conditions.
- Universal Search – Customers can now more easily find the TV shows and movies they want to watch without having to switch between different streaming apps. The universal search feature will show all results from Fibe TV and any of the supported subscribed streaming services.
- Cloud PVR – New PVR capabilities allow customers to watch their favorite shows on their own terms, whenever it suits them, with the ability to record up to 10 shows simultaneously and store them for a year.
- Shortcut buttons on the remote control – Customers can quickly and easily access streaming services such as Crave, Netflix and Prime Video with dedicated buttons on the new Fibe TV remote.
- The new Fibe TV service brings together live TV, on-demand shows and movies as well as apps, voice remote control and powerful search in one place
- New Fibe TV features include access to the Google Play app catalog, voice remote control with Google Assistant, universal search and Cloud PVR
- New features now available for private customers in ontario and Quebec
The new Fibe TV service is now available for residential customers in ontario and Quebec. Existing customers who wish to upgrade to the new features can call Bell for more information. To find out more about Bell Fibe TV, pricing and availability, please visit Bell.ca/FibeTV.
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SOURCE Bell Canada