Bell Aliant filed a legal claim against Rogers Communications Inc. Monday over Rogers’ advertising claim that it has the “fastest and most reliable” high speed Internet product. A release said Bell Aliant has asked the Court of Queen’s Bench in Fredericton, NB, for an immediate injunction to stop Rogers from advertising the claims. Bell Aliant argues its fibre to-the-home service speeds are faster than those advertised by Rogers, and that its network is “one of the most reliable” in North America. According to a release, Bell Aliant’s previous attempts to address its concerns directly with Rogers were not successful. Bell Aliant has announced plans to double its spending on fibre to-the-home technology by the end of 2010. In December 2009, through legal action, Rogers prevented BCE Inc.’s Bell Mobility from advertising that it has the “most reliable” network.