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What are the channel numbers for Bell TV?

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Bell TV channels can go from 10 all the way up to 2600 and above. The channel numbers depend on service and package, and available channels may depend on location. In Ontario, Bell Fibe channels go from 13 to 1663, as of 2015. However, special programming packages may have channels numbered up to 2600 and above. Bell Satellite channels go from 10 to 1933. There are also movies and other shows available on-demand.

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Bell Satellite denotes satellite television service, while Fibe refers to its fiber optic television packages. Even though there are less than 400 channels available through Fibe or satellite, the channels start in the teens and go up to 1600 and above. Some of the channels listed are pay-per-view channels or are only available in special packages.

High Definition channels are available on Fibe or satellite. Some channel numbers are the same between Fibe and satellite, such as NFL Network on 448. Other channels may not, such as ABC on Fibe 221 and satellite 281. Similarly, some channels use the same channel number +1000 to denote the HD version, but do not match up on others. Examples are ABC 221 and 1221(HD) on Fibe, but satellite is 281 and 1201 HD, not 1281 as the numbering convention might suggest. For the most current and accurate information, customers can download the current channel listing and package options from Bell's website.

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