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[Bell] 50% Off Bell internet for the next 12months, no contract

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Jul 13, 2006
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CanadianDesi wrote: I just cancelled my residential internet with Bell. Then I called Bell Business department and told them that I want a new connection for my business. I have no business registered. So I told them to use my first and last name as business name. This is perfectly legal. I now have Bell DSL Dry Loop internet (no phone line from Bell required = Dry Loop), with Unlimited Bandwidth (limit for unlimited is 300 GB, but I am told that they do not care if there is overuse). Anyway I would never use more than 300GB. Speed 10MBPS download and 7MBPS upload.

Also I get a better modem, the Bell Connection Hub which has networked USB ports allowing me to connect USB network devices.

Monthly rate $24.00 + taxes, no modem fee or anything.
Term = 3 years.

I think this is a good deal.
Has anyone else got same deal as above? I called and the Business Dept and they told me that there was no internet offer for $24 plus tax
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Dec 31, 2001
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So has anyone else signed up for this offer? Don't want to waste 20 mins+on hold with the clowns over at Bell only to be laughed at.
UTSC wrote: Has anyone else got same deal as above? I called and the Business Dept and they told me that there was no internet offer for $24 plus tax
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Jul 12, 2011
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UTSC wrote: Has anyone else got same deal as above? I called and the Business Dept and they told me that there was no internet offer for $24 plus tax
I was offered the same deal by online chat.
Basically the price is around 45/month on a 3 year contract, but they give you an additional $20 discount every month, bringing your price down to around 25/month.

This can also be done for a 1 year contract; the price for that is about 50/month, and additional $20 discount, so about $30/month.

The downside is, there is $80 installation fee. And $115 dry loop connection fee.
Even if you currently have dry loop dsl as a residential customer, you would have to pay again to get a new "business dry dsl" line and pay all the upfront fees.

All this as mentioned by chat rep; the phone reps might be able to waive the fees, but I haven't tried.
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Thanks.

If they will waive the Dry loop fees, I'm in for 3 years.
RedBlue02 wrote: I was offered the same deal by online chat.
Basically the price is around 45/month on a 3 year contract, but they give you an additional $20 discount every month, bringing your price down to around 25/month.

This can also be done for a 1 year contract; the price for that is about 50/month, and additional $20 discount, so about $30/month.

The downside is, there is $80 installation fee. And $115 dry loop connection fee.
Even if you currently have dry loop dsl as a residential customer, you would have to pay again to get a new "business dry dsl" line and pay all the upfront fees.

All this as mentioned by chat rep; the phone reps might be able to waive the fees, but I haven't tried.
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Feb 15, 2009
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Scarborough
My 50% off from last year is expiring soon. Has anyone been able to renew the discount?
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Aug 20, 2005
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slipperyspider wrote: best deals for current customers? just came off the dell deal, forgot to change it and paid $75 for the past 2 months
anything close to 50% ?
same, after I got bill from email.......Bell offered $47.36 for Fab25 and I rejected.
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Mar 23, 2013
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raccoon wrote: same, after I got bill from email.......Bell offered $47.36 for Fab25 and I rejected.
I had the 50% promo with Fibe25, $68 @ 50% off. I just called in, asked for retentions and was downgraded to Fibe15 for $48 with 80GB limit.

Not great but couldn't be bothered to keep calling in. Apparently no for promos for Fibe25.

The prices on the website all require a Bell bundle.
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Dec 10, 2006
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Just called in to cancel my service because my 25/10 student plan is coming to end.

The best he could offer was Fibe 50/10, 200GB, 53.95+Tax. No contract, but promo is only good for 6 months, at which point it would go up to something ridiculous like $83. Do you guys think this is worth it or would you go with the Rogers W45 Plan which is 35/2, 200GB, 45+Tax which also has no contract and a price guarantee of 8 years?

Modem rental is included in both.
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Nov 30, 2009
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^^^ How important is speed to you? And is Rogers good in your area? I would go with Rogers if credit is only good for 6 months.
[QUOTE]I wish there was a way to know you're in the good old days before you've actually left them.[/QUOTE] ~Andy Bernard, The Office (U.S.)
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Dec 10, 2006
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LostInTruth wrote: ^^^ How important is speed to you? And is Rogers good in your area? I would go with Rogers if credit is only good for 6 months.
Honestly as long as it's above 20 that's all I care about. I'm a bit more concerned about ping as I play a few online games.

The thing is I'm not sure how good rogers would be in the area I am moving to is pretty dense... Ill be moving to York and Queens Quay West

Do you know if there is anyway to actually check?
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Jan 31, 2003
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Reviving this thread. Anyone successfully on getting deals lately?
MechanicalMan64
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Nov 18, 2012
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carefull guys. I refused to move from TV expressvue to Fibe because of the price and some day someone called and offered 50% off. So about 40-50$ for all the install and switch

forward to the next billing date. Oh sorry we credited you with 150$ free installation but you have to pay 100$ in moving fees from expressvue to fibe.

Did manage to get 10$ off on top of everything for the next 12months(so they are paying me 20$ to switch) after calling back 5 times in row and bitching but someone less resourceful and with less time to waste could get conned for 50 extra.

65$ cellphone/ 45$+10$ 15/10 unlimited internet / 33$ 2 receiver and bell tv and 9$ phoneline. with all rebates comes to around 115-120$ pm for 4 services now
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Jul 4, 2012
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I called bell saying I was moving into a new place and looking for the best deal out there (truth). The best they could offer me was identical to what's on their website (8$ off for 6 months on fibe 15/10). Should I keep calling? Will they ever offer me anything better as I am a new customer?

thanks!
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Dec 20, 2007
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called in and retention offered me 39.95$ with bundle for 25mb / 125gb. anyone received better deal?
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May 6, 2005
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mr1sparkle wrote: called in and retention offered me 39.95$ with bundle for 25mb / 125gb. anyone received better deal?
That seams like a REALLY good deal?

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