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[Bell] Bell 20gb Unlimited Plan, $65 ($55/10 months) for existing residential customers porting mobile into Bell (Ontario).

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[Bell] Bell 20gb Unlimited Plan, $65 ($55/10 months) for existing residential customers porting mobile into Bell (Ontario).

Called Bell today, and I think this qualifies as a relatively warm to hot deal if you qualify.

If you are an existing Bell residential customer (Home Phone, Internet or TV), there's an indefinite $10 off of their $75/20gb Unlimited plan if you port your cell service into Bell. In addition, I was offered a $10 credit for 10 months, bringing the total to $55 for 20gb Unlimited.

It appears to listed as a BYOD plan, but the rep said I could finance a new phone when I wanted to get one (although he did say something about not offering phones for 90 days after porting due to CRTC regulations, which I've never ever heard of - maybe someone could shed some light on what that's about).

UPDATE: The extra -$10 seems to be disappearing for people. YMMV. Bell seems to be altering this deal by the hour.
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Can we pop the sim in a iPad and use it just for the data, I live in a rural area with limited internet options
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Rizzy77 wrote: Can we pop the sim in a iPad and use it just for the data, I live in a rural area with limited internet options
No idea, but I can't see why not. They send the SIM and what you put it in seems largely irrelevant, so I can't imagine it would be an issue, but maybe someone else has some insight.

The important part is that you're an existing residential customer to get both credits.
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Did you have to sign any term agreement to get that price?
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I mean if you don't want to do the customer retention thing with Rogers for 15gb at $50 and have a service with Bell. This is a great deal!
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This is actually a solid deal, Gonna look into this.

Thanks OP!
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This is a good deal given the current environment and how dry recent mobile deals are (unless you are on EPP).

Interestingly enough, my parents are Bell internet and landline customers!

They don’t need so many GBs tho, if I wasn’t on a Telus BF deal I would be all over this.

Thx OP!

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Got this offer too. Bell residential customer in ON (for next few weeks).

Very tempting but not sure if I trust Bell enough long term though to give up my 10gb/$60 plan with Koodo, only $5 more now but can probably count on annual $5 increases.
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CorSter wrote: Got this offer too. Bell residential customer in ON (for next few weeks).

Very tempting but not sure if I trust Bell enough long term though to give up my 10gb/$60 plan with Koodo, only $5 more now but can probably count on annual $5 increases.
My thoughts exactly don’t know if I want to give up my Koodo plan for this
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ji2o0k wrote: This is a good deal given the current environment and how dry recent mobile deals are (unless you are on EPP).

Interestingly enough, my parents are Bell internet and landline customers!

They don’t need so many GBs tho, if I wasn’t on a Telus BF deal I would be all over this.

Thx OP!
Would it be worth switching to this deal, put the lines in your parents account. Then perhaps wait for a win back call from Telus? Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes

Over all a good deal if you are already with Bell for the other services the OP mentioned.
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Rizzy77 wrote: Can we pop the sim in a iPad and use it just for the data, I live in a rural area with limited internet options
You can put the sim anywhere that fits a sim, including your iPad.
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Sounds like a good deal. Can you share a phone number to contact Bell for this?
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I am currently a bell residential client, and both me and my husband are using virgin’s package, $65 for 10g. Should I grab this deal or the credit given, or wait to see how other operators’ going to give?
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Haris wrote: My thoughts exactly don’t know if I want to give up my Koodo plan for this
I actually did give up my Koodo 60/10 for this. Do I trust Bell? No, I sure don't. But that being said, I have been trying to negotiate credits or ANYTHING with Koodo for a new phone and they've been giving me absolutely nothing. It's also next to impossible to get a human on the phone and I figure whatever $5 increase may come will be mitigated by potential bundle savings down the line, if I view the bill as one package.

It's definitely an individual choice, and a tough decision. The lure of the 20gb was just too great for me, though.
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GaneshD61989 wrote: Sounds like a good deal. Can you share a phone number to contact Bell for this?
1-888-4-Mobile. That's what I called originally and got the deal.

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