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[Bell] $65/mo BYOD plan with 10GB/mo through OREA Realtors Venngo memberperks (OREA Member only I think)

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[Bell] $65/mo BYOD plan with 10GB/mo through OREA Realtors Venngo memberperks (OREA Member only I think)

Anyone signed up this plan? I saw it on the Venngo memberperks for OREA. I haven't signed up yet but thinking about it. I went on the authorized dealer website and it showed $65 instead of $50 so I am going to call them directly and see what they says.

UPDATE: The authorized dealer claimed this is price error and supposed to be $65, i have updated the title.

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This looks similar to (but not quite as good) to our corp plan. Assuming it is, they will verify your employee ID. I presume in this case they will verify your OREA number. IE, the general public can't get this.
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I also think that they would verify your membership somehow.
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lol here we go again.
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Whoever downvote these kind of targeted deals due to "unable to get this deal" while the title is clearly marked who is eligible are misleading. Your downvote means that you're an OREA member in this case and can't get it (but I doubt that's the case as you would've commented your case).

Unable to get the deal button shouldn't be used by non members who aren't expected to get it in the 1st place.
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Never claimed that general public can get this and I am also interested in if anyone who is OREA member already got this and if it's $50 or $65.

Already tried to be as clear as possible on the op but whatever makes the downvoters happier for their day.
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brunes wrote: This looks similar to (but not quite as good) to our corp plan. Assuming it is, they will verify your employee ID. I presume in this case they will verify your OREA number. IE, the general public can't get this.
just what is "your" corp plan and who is eligible?
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NoCountry4RFDer wrote: Whoever downvote these kind of targeted deals due to "unable to get this deal" while the title is clearly marked who is eligible are misleading. Your downvote means that you're an OREA member in this case and can't get it (but I doubt that's the case as you would've commented your case).

Unable to get the deal button shouldn't be used by non members who aren't expected to get it in the 1st place.
I downvoted for "poor merchant reputation" - both Bell and OREA.
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Don’t worry about the Downvoters, it’s how it is on these types of deals.

If it was a plan I could get and read this thread it would save me a ton, but your title clearly stated who it was for.

It is going to get me to see if I can get this deal somehow.

Thanks.

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kennyluo wrote: Never claimed that general public can get this and I am also interested in if anyone who is OREA member already got this and if it's $50 or $65.

Already tried to be as clear as possible on the op but whatever makes the downvoters happier for their day.
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Appears that the $50 price for 10Gb BYOD plan was a typo on the Venngo perks page. It now shows as $65 per month, which is what you saw when you clicked through to order.
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This is also available to members of other industries with Venngo. Just confirmed it on my account.
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Still appears as $50 for 10GB BYOD on my page.

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I will note however, that I emailed this company for more details on Friday morning and never heard anything back.
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Kerberos wrote: Still appears as $50 for 10GB BYOD on my page.

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I will note however, that I emailed this company for more details on Friday morning and never heard anything back.
Your screenshot actually shows $6... and cuts off. So either $60 or $65

my VENGO - account we have a Rogers deal that is 4gb $105/$75 Boyd LOL
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torontokris wrote: Your screenshot actually shows $6... and cuts off. So either $60 or $65

my VENGO - account we have a Rogers deal that is 4gb $105/$75 Boyd LOL
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Scroll down to the bottom of their screenshot. There are more pricing options.
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shayne85 wrote: Scroll down to the bottom of their screenshot. There are more pricing options.
Has anybody actually got the $50 deal though? Or confirmed
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torontokris wrote: Your screenshot actually shows $6... and cuts off. So either $60 or $65

my VENGO - account we have a Rogers deal that is 4gb $105/$75 Boyd LOL
No Bell deal
At the bottom there is 5 pricing options. Two BYOD and 3 with new phones.
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I see the same thing. The top of the page in blue lettering says it's $65 for 10Gb BYOD, however below that in black lettering under the Employee Plan section it shows as $50. My guess is that the $50 is a typo and it's really is $65 because that's the price that comes up when you click through to order.

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