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[Bell] Bell Fibre 1GBPS internet

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Newbie
Nov 25, 2018
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[Bell] Bell Fibre 1GBPS internet

Hi Guys, if you don’t mind, I would like to share some deals I negotiated from Bell through different sale channel:

I just signed up 1GBPS fibre for $60/m $60activation fee at Richmond Hill area with $100 GIftcard.
Or other speed options:
Fibre 1000 $60/m
Fibre 50 $40/m
Fibre 150 $50/m

There are 2 sales channels for Bell:
First, Bell directly (on-line chat or phone)
online chat or phone chat. 1st call, leave them your address and phone number. NEVER NEVER take any offer ( they will all BS you saying limited time, you are not going to see this low price again, it’s xx% off MSRP), just hang up and and leave. Next day, chat/call again, same thing, hang up and leave. Third day, same thing. Now just sit and wait for a week. They will call you and you will find the above deals. This time, ask for an “ongoing deal” which is an fixed price forever deal which maybe $5 more per month but fixed price. Why? Bell increase their price irregularly in different locations. Ontario approx yearly, smaller towns every few months. You can always call for termination and ask for a better price but it waste lot of time. If you are lazy like me, ongoing price maybe a good option.

Second sale channel: outsourced sale companies: These companies has contracts with Bell that they will receive a commission from Bell for each activation. Yes, number of activations, not by price. For now, they are offering the above plan with gift cards from $50 to $100. They are booths you see at malls, supermarkets. Mostly they will have a print out with their price on it which is the price shown above, you have to ASK ASK for the gift card rebates. They will NOT give it to you because it’s the sales persons bonus. Good luck guys. Last reminder, it’s your HARD EARNED CASH, don’t be embarrassed.
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Deal Addict
Dec 23, 2008
4461 posts
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Ottawa
Very detail, but how long this price last on your plan, 1 year?
Deal Addict
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Nov 24, 2016
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"prices may increase during subscription" ~prices will increase during subscription.
Banned
Nov 23, 2018
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MastaOogway wrote: "prices may increase during subscription" ~prices will increase during subscription.
Yup. I can confirm it.
Sr. Member
Jul 26, 2018
703 posts
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Canada, eh?
Great price, guaranteed speeds.

Good luck getting any support if your internet stops working though..
Member
Dec 3, 2018
242 posts
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Good work buddy. My address in Montreal shows max of 50Mpbs fiber.
Member
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Aug 31, 2014
493 posts
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Toronto, ON
This time, ask for an “ongoing deal” which is an fixed price forever deal which maybe $5 more per month but fixed price.
Looking at the image you attached the credit is listed as a "Limited-time offer". How is that an ongoing price?
Deal Fanatic
Apr 11, 2012
5469 posts
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Winnipeg
is this available in MB?
Deal Addict
Mar 22, 2004
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Lol same thing I did for Rogers, chatted with them they offered BS I said the max I will pay is $50 for. 1gig

Few weeks later get a call with $50 offer for 1 year lol
Deal Expert
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Mar 22, 2007
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Hamilton
Existing customer here

Called loyalty on Tuesday. Offered me $59.95 gigabit I declined.

Called again yesterday. Offered me $59.95 and I asked for $5 monthly credit. Came back with $60 1 time credit.

1 year
$35/5GB Koodo
$120/3Months PM
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Jun 17, 2013
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Scarborough
yao416 wrote: Existing customer here

Called loyalty on Tuesday. Offered me $59.95 gigabit I declined.

Called again yesterday. Offered me $59.95 and I asked for $5 monthly credit. Came back with $60 1 time credit.

1 year
What's your current package and when does your current promo expire?
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Oct 21, 2005
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London
Well I did not like Bell and still do not like Bell. I moved from rogers to Bell because of the higher upload speed (20mbps upload vs 960mbps (something like that)). I got it for $45/month, 1gbps, unlimited data. Guess what, the first month I paid $45, I have been paying $50/month since. They raised the price by $5 ONE month after I got the deal. Whatever you negotiated with them does not matter. If they raise it one more time I will go back to Rogers.
Banned
Nov 23, 2018
592 posts
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The price that Bell and Rogers promises don't hold for long.

Here is what you need to do. Call in to cancel and have the cancellation date well into the future like a month or so.
Give them some time to get back to you either via email or call back. Then you will get those good deals.
However, you will need to do this each year, but well worth it when you can save couple of hundred a year.

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