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[Bell] Bell Internet/TV/Home Phone - New Customer and Retentions Promos *READ FIRST POST*

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John_Hey wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 10:19 am
Rogers is offering $34.99 for 1GB internet for those their postal code matches where Bell has FTTH.
Bell should do something good for pricing otherwise many people jump to Rogers.

see this
rogers-rogers-home-internet-1gbps-29-pr ... v-2263857/
Leaving Bell tomorrow after being with them for 20 years with 3 services for a lot of that time. They offered nothing competitive at all.
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Jan 3rd, 2015 5:41 pm
We voted him in as God of RFD last month. Where were you during elections...?
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Dark-Danz wrote:
Feb 14th, 2019 9:03 am
I've been looking to leave Rogers since my contract is up, anyone know of places that offer the $99 bundle in store or is that a rep only deal?
You won't get that price from Bell directly. I contact Bell online and they couldn't offer that deal to me.
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John_Hey wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 10:19 am
Rogers is offering $34.99 for 1GB internet for those their postal code matches where Bell has FTTH.
Bell should do something good for pricing otherwise many people jump to Rogers.

see this
https://forums.redflagdeals.com/rogers- ... v-2263857/
If my choice was Rogers gigabit for $39.95 and bell gigabit for up to $80, I'd take bell every day of the week.
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skyh00k50 wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 11:44 am
Was able to call in today and still get this deal. They did ask how I got the number and if I had a field rep's ID number (asked for a B-number?). I just told him that someone did come to my door; but he didn't leave a B#, just this phone number. Ended up getting the deal below plus 12 movie package for $99.90. Been waiting for a <$100 deal for Bell! Thx!!
Awesome! Sorry forgot to mention this number is for new customers that were referred by technicians... you don't actually need a Tech #, you can just say you can't remember their name or number and they will still offer you this package! The offer has been extended on a day to day basis. Doesn't hurt to ask for 12 months movie package for free or additional receivers... some agents will be able to do it!
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salfclyahoo wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 1:25 pm
You won't get that price from Bell directly. I contact Bell online and they couldn't offer that deal to me.
Just call 18665580708 some people were successful with this number... the $99.90 offer still exists but it isn't available through all channels (heard stores and some reps are unable to see this offer). You have to be a new customer and your address has to qualify for Bell services in order to get it. It is a referral line, just let the agent know you do not remember the ID.
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Dark-Danz wrote:
Feb 14th, 2019 9:03 am
I've been looking to leave Rogers since my contract is up, anyone know of places that offer the $99 bundle in store or is that a rep only deal?
Try 18665580708 - let agent know you do not remember the referral code and they will see if you qualify
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I don't have fiber in my area, whats the best rate for 100mbps bell is offering? Rogers is not renewing my 29.99 gig plan, might have to switch over to bell.
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Is it possible to add this to the first page until the offer expires (mods?).... it's a good deal and seems like people are having no luck online or in stores... the only way that has worked so far was with the below :

"You can call the department for new activations directly at 18665580708. You will be able to place an order with them as long as your address qualifies for bell services. This number is for new customers only, and they will not be able to help if you already have existing services. Agent will ask for an ID#, just let them know you do not remember it, or they did not leave an ID number, or you lost the paper, etc"

Current Field Offer:
$99.90 x 24 Months
Better TV
Gigabit Internet
Home Phone Lite
4k PVR
No Activation fees"

You might be able to get an additional receiver for free, 12 months movie package for free, or other goodies... it doesn't hurt to ask the rep what they can do for you... some will be able to offer something, but most can't.. good luck!
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^ If anyone needs a B#, send me a PM. :)
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freebie wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 6:11 pm
^ If anyone needs a B#, send me a PM. :)
Whats a b#?
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Put some resphek on my name!
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Unresphek wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 7:57 pm
Whats a b#?
They will ask you for a B# (i.e. reference #) if you call the the phone number that illest23 posted.
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illest23 wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 4:41 pm
Is it possible to add this to the first page until the offer expires (mods?).... it's a good deal and seems like people are having no luck online or in stores... the only way that has worked so far was with the below :

"You can call the department for new activations directly at 18665580708. You will be able to place an order with them as long as your address qualifies for bell services. This number is for new customers only, and they will not be able to help if you already have existing services. Agent will ask for an ID#, just let them know you do not remember it, or they did not leave an ID number, or you lost the paper, etc"

Current Field Offer:
$99.90 x 24 Months
Better TV
Gigabit Internet
Home Phone Lite
4k PVR
No Activation fees"

You might be able to get an additional receiver for free, 12 months movie package for free, or other goodies... it doesn't hurt to ask the rep what they can do for you... some will be able to offer something, but most can't.. good luck!
Would it be possible to modify this offer to include Home Phone Deluxe? I'm a current Rogers customer who just recently got Bell FTTH internet to their area and would like to make the switch.
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Artwebb1986 wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 2:04 pm
If my choice was Rogers gigabit for $39.95 and bell gigabit for up to $80, I'd take bell every day of the week.
why is that?
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May 25, 2013
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Ajax
does anyone know if i cancel my existing bell service and sign up using another person name, will this consider as a new customer for the 99 dollars deal?
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Sep 7, 2018
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My internet is dropping often and my Nvidia shield can barely steam iptv lately and it's 15 feet from my router. The wifi network drops often, I have fibe 300 and a home hub 1000.

Will bell replace the home hub? Maybe with a 2000 or 3000 unit?

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