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[Bell] (Updated)Bell Iphone plan + Unlimited Video calling $5 +Data only plan $30 !

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[Bell] (Updated)Bell Iphone plan + Unlimited Video calling $5 +Data only plan $30 !

$99 (iPhone 3G 8GB), $199 (iPhone 3GS 16GB), and $299 (iPhone 3GS 32GB):


Iphone basic plan:

$50/month

» 36 month contract only
» 150 Minutes
» Unlimited Evenings/Weekends @ 9PM
» Local Fab 5
» 500 mb Data included tathering
» Wi-Fi unlimited at Starbucks»


$60 give you 300 Minutes+1GB Data

$80 give you 400 Minutes+2GB Data+ National Fab5+ caller ID/Message centre+Visual Voice Mail

$100 give you 500 Minutes+3GB Data +National Fab5+ caller ID/Message centre+Visual Voice Mail+ Unlimited Text


you can check here to know if your phone is compatible for sure

http://www.bell.ca/support/PrsCSrvWls_COAM.page


Updated: PDA/Iphone data only price plans (flexible monthly fee)

$30+SAF for 500MB, flexible up to 5GB $85 :D , works for Iphone


if you remove data pack in first 12 month, $200 charge back

If you are a existing Bell Mobility customer, don't bother it. Bell just changed hardware upgrade policy, unless your contract will be over within 1 month, you won't get any hardware credit, and Bell strictly won't allow any upgrade credit overwrite by manager now.


Video calling ‏ $5No data or voice usage charges apply!!! and your friend can call you from facebook only availble for • LG Xenon • Samsung Omnia 2

To place a call, the Facebook user needs to select Place Call and the person receiving the call on their phone needs to have a subscription to Bell Video Calling.

Once the call is connected you will see the call originator’s image on the left side of the screen and the Bell Video Calling subscriber on the right side of the screen.

bonus 3 months free of Video Calling for new activation subscribes to any Share Plan and eligible hardware.



other phones will launch:

• BlackBerry Bold 9000
• BlackBerry Bold 9700

• Samsung Impact
• Samsung Omnia II (Bell exclusive)
• LG Xenon
• Nokia 2730
• Nokia 6350
• Novatel Wireless U950
• Novatel Wireless U998 (21Mbps!)
• Novatel Wireless X950


HSPA is launching not just to urban centres but to rural and remote locations right across Canada with service to almost 20,000 cities and towns. 93 per cent of Canada�s population in a geographic coverage area greater than 1.2 million square kilometres from coast to coast will be able to access mobile high-speed HSPA service from day one. That puts ahead of the current HSPA operator in Canada, Rogers, right from the start.

Bell will allow non-bell phone in new HSPA network (has to be 850/1900 HSPA/UMTS compatibility phone , GSM compatibility phone won't work!
if you want unlock a Bell HSPA phone, Bell can do it for you with a $75 fee
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Wow daytime minutes blow man...this is horrendous..hopefully Telus will offer something better.
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ecgz88 wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2009 7:41 pm
if you want unlock a Bell HSPA phone, Bell can do it for you with a $75 fee[/B]
I think Rogers won't unlock your iPhone no matter what? If so then it is better than nothing.
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Lame hardware upgrade policy. Guess I won't bet getting an iPhone for another 10 months or so...
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I'm going for the Omnia II or iPhone 16gb without a data plan. I know it'll be $200 extra but the phone will go to my friend.
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Dude, I'm on a corp. plan it it allows me to upgrade every year....if you work for Bell, I still qualify right?

ecgz88 wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2009 7:41 pm
$99 (iPhone 3G 8GB), $199 (iPhone 3GS 16GB), and $299 (iPhone 3GS 32GB):


Iphone basic plan:

$45/month

» 36 month contract only
» 150 Minutes
» Unlimited Evenings/Weekends @ 9PM
» Local Fab 5
» 500 mb Data
» Wi-Fi unlimited at Starbucks»
» Add: SAF, 911 Fee ($7.70/month)

$55 give you 300 Minutes+1GB Data

$75 give you 400 Minutes+2GB Data+ National Fab5+ caller ID/Message centre+Visual Voice Mail

$95 give you 500 Minutes+3GB Data +National Fab5+ caller ID/Message centre+Visual Voice Mail+ Unlimited Text



if you remove data pack in first 12 month, $200 charge back

If you are a existing Bell Mobility customer, don't bother it. Bell just changed hardware upgrade policy, unless your contract will be over within 1 month, you won't get any hardware credit, and Bell strictly won't allow any upgrade credit overwrite by manager now.

other phones will launch:

• BlackBerry Bold 9000
• BlackBerry Bold 9700

• Samsung Impact
• Samsung Omnia II (Bell exclusive)
• LG Xenon
• Nokia 2730
• Nokia 6350
• Novatel Wireless U950
• Novatel Wireless U998 (21Mbps!)
• Novatel Wireless X950


HSPA is launching not just to urban centres but to rural and remote locations right across Canada with service to almost 20,000 cities and towns. 93 per cent of Canada�s population in a geographic coverage area greater than 1.2 million square kilometres from coast to coast will be able to access mobile high-speed HSPA service from day one. That puts ahead of the current HSPA operator in Canada, Rogers, right from the start.

Bell will allow non-bell phone in new HSPA network (has to be 850/1900 HSPA/UMTS compatibility phone , GSM compatibility phone won't work! )
, if you want unlock a Bell HSPA phone, Bell can do it for you with a $75 fee
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ecgz88 wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2009 7:41 pm
, if you want unlock a Bell HSPA phone, Bell can do it for you with a $75 fee[/B]
Can they unlock HSPA IPhone? so I can use it on other networks?
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salchamp wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2009 8:05 pm
Dude, I'm on a corp. plan it it allows me to upgrade every year....if you work for Bell, I still qualify right?
Do corp plans include good data prices? I've heard about some really good voice-only Bell plans.
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seems odd wouldn't they want more people to upgrade to make more money off the iPhone...
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All phones but the iPhone will be unlocked im sure for $75
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