Bluetooth remote

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Neighbour
I see the 4K boxes have Bluetooth capabilities so if Telus had a Bluetooth compatible remote that would be great so you do not need direct line of sight to the digital box
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Community Power User
Community Power User
They don’t offer a Bluetooth remote or support Bluetooth currently..

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Neighbour
Yes but they should get them. Bell uses the exact same boxes and they offer Bluetooth remotes for their clients.
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@Wonger  You’re welcome to suggest it in the Ideas section.


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Guardian
Line of sight issues for the remote can be addressed with a $15 IR repeater. I'd rather have the reliability and battery life of an IR remote.
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I bought the Bell 4K bluetooth remote form amazon and paired it up perfectly with the VIP5662W. All i did is pressed the bluetooth button on the back of the box, then pressed 0 on the remote, with in seconds it was paired