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Bell Turbo Hub (Ericsson W35 Turbo Hub)
Note: Information for the Bell Turbo Hub on this page was last updated August 14, 2010.
The Bell Turbo Hub is an Ericsson W35 Turbo Hub. Download the userguide.
If you live in the countryside or outback of Canada, you will have difficulty finding a high speed Internet connections. Bell Canada is now offering a product to help you.
Access wireless high-speed Internet on Bell Canada's network. Plug a Bell Turbo Hub into a power outlet and connect up to 15 devices at a time using Wi-Fi and/or Ethernet. You can also plug your landline phone into your Turbo Hub to enjoy voice service.
To find out if this service is available in your area from Bell Canada enter your phone number or address.
Fees for the Bell Turbo Hub
1. Purchase the Bell Turbo Hub in Canada for $149.00 on a 2 year term or $399.00 on a 30 day plan.
2 $35 one-time activation fee applies to all plans.
3. Bell Canada's Turbo Hub Flex plan automatically adjusts your fee based on your data usage. Fees range from $35 per month (3 GB usage) to $60 per month (10 GB usage)
To get yours, visit online, visit a participating Bell store or call 1 888 4 MOBILE (662453).
Review of the Bell Turbo Hub
- Video at 5min.com Mike Agerbo gets his hands on Bell's new portable Internet device, Turbo Hub.
- digitalhome.ca Sample Reviews
"Unfortunately wireless is moving away slowly from WiMAX to the LTE standard, and for Bell it makes more sense to invest and sell wireless services on the new deployed network, and not invest in the old (inukshuk) network." -Edmond Baroud
"Nice device horrible service. What good is 10GB’s a month? And where do they get off charging $60 for a mere 10GB?? God I wish consumers in this country had someone looking out for them."- morikaweb
"I got the Turbo Hub working yesterday and so far i’m really pleased. Voice calls sound fine, call display works, voice mail works and is displayed by an icon on the hub. As for Data, I’m only getting minimal signal bars (I’m quite far from the nearest tower and landscape doesn’t help). I get one to two bars only. Still i’m getting 3G+. Speedtest.net shows I’m getting 2.96 Mb/s down; 1.11 Mb/s up. Very happy so far."- Eugene
- comparecellular.ca Sample Reviews
"Though the speeds are great even for the middle of no where Quebec. The Wireless router seem to be fairly unreliable for streaming TCP as you will get hit with the deadly "de-authenticated due to local deauth request" after a few minutes, but ethernet connections seem to run with no issues. I highly recommend this product for LAN users (I'm still waiting on response if WLAN can be turned of and replaced by a more stable router)" - Justin Horton
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