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What do you know about Fibe internet? Do you think you can pass this quiz? Regarding this quiz, you should be familiar with the download speed of Fibe 25 on the FTTH network, which internet technology does Fibe 150 use, what is the difference between FTTN and FTTH, and whether customers are required to purchase a router separately to create a Wi-Fi network. How much do you know about Fibe Internet; the quiz will tell the tale.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is the download speed of Fibe 25 on the FTTH network?

    • A.

      Unlimited

    • B.

      Up to 10 Mbps

    • C.

      Up to 20 Mbps

    • D.

      Up to 25 Mbps

    Correct Answer
    D. Up to 25 Mbps
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Up to 25 Mbps." This means that the maximum download speed for Fibe 25 on the FTTH network is 25 megabits per second. It is important to note that the actual download speed may vary and may be lower than the maximum advertised speed depending on various factors such as network congestion and the user's distance from the network source.

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  • 2. 

    Fibe 150 uses which Internet technology?

    • A.

      FTTN

    • B.

      ATM

    • C.

      FTTH

    • D.

      Dial Up

    Correct Answer
    C. FTTH
    Explanation
    Fibe 150 uses FTTH (Fiber to the Home) Internet technology. FTTH is a type of broadband connection that uses fiber optic cables to provide high-speed internet access directly to homes or businesses. This technology offers faster and more reliable internet speeds compared to other options like FTTN (Fiber to the Node) or ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode). Dial Up, on the other hand, is a much slower and outdated technology for internet connectivity.

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  • 3. 

    How many computers and/or devices can be protected by the Bell McAfee security service?

    • A.

      3

    • B.

      5

    • C.

      1

    • D.

      Unlimited number

    Correct Answer
    D. Unlimited number
    Explanation
    The Bell McAfee security service can protect an unlimited number of computers and/or devices. This means that there is no limit to the number of devices that can be covered by the security service, allowing users to protect all of their devices without any restrictions.

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  • 4. 

    Which modem is installed when a customer order Fibe Internet and Bell Fibe TV?

    • A.

      2Wire modem

    • B.

      Home Hub 1000

    • C.

      Home Hub 3000

    • D.

      CellPipe 7130-N modem

    Correct Answer
    C. Home Hub 3000
    Explanation
    When a customer orders Fibe Internet and Bell Fibe TV, the Home Hub 3000 modem is installed. This modem is specifically designed to support both internet and television services, making it suitable for customers who have ordered both services. The Home Hub 3000 modem provides a reliable and high-speed internet connection, as well as the necessary features to support television services such as streaming and on-demand content.

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  • 5. 

    What is the difference between FTTN and FTTH technology?

    • A.

      FTTN: fiber optics travels from the Central Office to the node and the signal is then distributed to the customer’s home through copper wire. FTTH: fiber optics travels from the Central Office to the customer’s home.

    • B.

      FTTN: fiber optics goes to the Central Office then copper to the customer’s home. FTTH: fiber optics travels from the Central Office to the customer’s home.

    • C.

      FTTN: Only copper wire from the Central Office to the customer’s home. FTTH: Only fiber optics from the Central Office to the customer’s home.

    • D.

      FTTN: There are copper wire and fiber optics. FTTH: There’s only copper wire.

    Correct Answer
    A. FTTN: fiber optics travels from the Central Office to the node and the signal is then distributed to the customer’s home through copper wire. FTTH: fiber optics travels from the Central Office to the customer’s home.
    Explanation
    FTTN stands for Fiber to the Node, where fiber optics travel from the Central Office to a node and then the signal is distributed to the customer's home through copper wire. On the other hand, FTTH stands for Fiber to the Home, where fiber optics travel directly from the Central Office to the customer's home. Therefore, the correct answer explains the difference between FTTN and FTTH technology by stating that FTTN uses copper wire for the final connection to the customer's home, while FTTH uses fiber optics for the entire connection.

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  • 6. 

    If customers already have Internet with Bell when you sell them Fibe TV, which of the following information do you need to make sure you collect from the customer?

    • A.

      Number associated with the Internet modem written on the modem

    • B.

      Internet user ID starting with “b1”

    • C.

      One Bill account number

    • D.

      Client number

    Correct Answer
    B. Internet user ID starting with “b1”
    Explanation
    When customers already have Internet with Bell and are purchasing Fibe TV, it is important to collect their Internet user ID starting with "b1". This ID is likely used to identify and authenticate the customer's Internet account. Collecting this information ensures that the customer's Fibe TV service can be properly linked to their existing Internet account with Bell. The other options provided (number associated with the Internet modem, One Bill account number, and client number) may be important for other purposes, but they are not specifically mentioned as necessary for selling Fibe TV to customers who already have Internet with Bell.

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  • 7. 

    What is the unique feature the Home Hub 2000 has over the Home Hub 1000?

    • A.

      Allows you to connect up to 5 wireless devices

    • B.

      Offer the 802.11 AC Wi-Fi technology

    • C.

      Offer the 802.11 N Wi-Fi technology

    • D.

      Includes TouchID technology for secure online payments

    Correct Answer
    B. Offer the 802.11 AC Wi-Fi technology
    Explanation
    The unique feature that the Home Hub 2000 has over the Home Hub 1000 is that it offers the 802.11 AC Wi-Fi technology. This technology allows for faster and more reliable wireless connections compared to the older 802.11 N Wi-Fi technology. It provides improved speeds and better performance, making it a desirable feature for users who require high-speed internet and want to connect multiple devices simultaneously.

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  • 8. 

    What similarities do the Home Hubs have in common with each other?

    • A.

      Wi-Fi access control per device

    • B.

      Password recovery button

    • C.

      Monitor usage by device

    • D.

      2 USB ports allow easy sharing of files

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above
    Explanation
    The Home Hubs have the similarities of Wi-Fi access control per device, password recovery button, monitor usage by device, and 2 USB ports that allow easy sharing of files.

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  • 9. 

    With any Internet modem provided by Bell, customers are required to purchase a router separately to create a Wi-Fi network.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Customers are not required to purchase a router separately to create a Wi-Fi network with any Internet modem provided by Bell. This means that the statement is incorrect.

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  • 10. 

    When customers order Fibe Internet-only no the FTTN network, which modem will they receive?

    • A.

      2Wire modem

    • B.

      Home Hub 2000

    • C.

      Home Hub 3000

    • D.

      CellPipe 7130-N modem

    Correct Answer
    B. Home Hub 2000
    Explanation
    Customers who order Fibe Internet-only on the FTTN network will receive the Home Hub 2000 modem.

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