Bell releasing Bravo GO for Android and iOS on July 18th as first TV Everywhere product


  • Justin Crowley

    see this could be much better if we could just pay for the ability to watch on our mobile devices instead of needing to subscribe to TV as well

  • Me Ted

    The reason why I have an HD antenna paired with my Slinbox HD-Pro.

    • Swordfish

      I too have a slingbox which is better because you can connect to it using wireless services.

  • Lirodon

    If Bell is FINALLY going to join the authenticated VOD department, I hope we get WatchTSN soon.

  • Super_Deluxe

    About fricken time. I hope it’s available in HD too for HD displays.

  • Swordfish

    So I can’t understand why you would use your data plan to watch TV? It isn’t like in the US where they have unlimited plans. Watching TV will eat about 1G per hour so that gets expensive very fast. Does Bell allow you to watch TV on wireless? I know Rogers won’t.

    • Lirodon

      Bell REQUIRES you do so.

      But they bill it by the hour instead of as part of data afaik

    • Tanner MacLean

      Yep, most $60+ plans come with 10 hours free. Source: I work for Bell.

    • Super_Deluxe

      The only carrier that offers Unlimited data is Sprint and there network is super slow so it makes sense why. Just saying.

  • Zee

    I wish they’d offer a service where I don’t need a TV subscription first. How’s about a few channels available for a low fee?

  • Techie01

    Stopped reading at Bell