Bell TV service is available in every Canadian province. The company provides satellite TV service that requires users to have a dish mounted at their residence to receive programming, similar to Dish Network and DirecTV services. Bell TV also operates Bell Fibe TV, which provides television programming packages of telephone lines in conjunction with its high-speed Internet service in certain major Canadian metropolitan markets, including Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City.
Bell sells its television service independently or in bundles with high-speed Internet and telephone service. Customers also have the option to use mobility applications that let them watch TV on their mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets and laptops.
Bell TV offers four programming packages, as of 2015. The packages available are Good, Select, Better and Best. Customers can choose from standard definition or high-definition equipment and programming options. The company offers over 500 channels, with more than 100 available in HD.
Bell's equipment is manufactured by Echostar, which is the same company that provides the equipment for Dish Network. There are several models of receivers and digital video recorders available. Bell TV carries the majority of the cable networks that are available in the United States as well as additional French-language programming and international channels.