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Bell Gigabit Internet $64.95 (YMMV)

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Deal Addict
Sep 30, 2009
1204 posts
666 upvotes
Richmond Hill
Called Bell today and they offered me best deal $5 off my gigabit fibe to a total for $104 / month. Amazing. I told the retention csr that I was paying $60 before and Rogers are willing to match the promo but he wasn't able to do anything. I set cancellation date for end of billing cycle.. so hopefully I'd get a call or something from Bell with better promo.
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Sep 10, 2009
2305 posts
771 upvotes
Toronto
Switched from Rogers to Bell $64.95 for one-year no activation fee. No gift card offered.
Deal Addict
Oct 18, 2006
1682 posts
12 upvotes
Toronto
darkspider wrote: Switched from Rogers to Bell $64.95 for one-year no activation fee. No gift card offered.
Where are you located?
Newbie
Jun 30, 2018
25 posts
7 upvotes
Honestly bell does not care to retain existing customers if you have a relative in the household who is age of majority have bell setup a new account in their name.

Every 2 years I am switching from existing to new because loyalty offers vs new customer offers have a massive gap in pricing.

Bell and Roger's monopolize Toronto alternatives are slim pickings but they gouge you left right and center for mediocre services.

I have a phenomenal deal right now but it ends Jan 2021 so I am pretty sure I'm screwed.

Better package $75.95 fibe tv with dvr and 1 extra box.
1gb unlimited fibe internet 54.95.
Home phone with caller ID $10.

No clue how to maintain this and doubt they will allow me to keep it.
Newbie
Jul 14, 2020
2 posts
Similar package but mine expired last month. Internet went from 54.95 to $104.95. Called and they said sorry, promo is over. No new promos are available. They don't because they don't have to. What's the option? Tek-Savvy? Bell/Rogers/Telus are just taking them to court to raise Tek-Savvy's (and other ISPs) costs, therefore our costs.
Jr. Member
May 10, 2010
176 posts
121 upvotes
Unfortunately, between COVID and all the people stuck at home, we are in a vendor market.

As a new Bell customer, in june 2019 I got 1gig Fibe Internet, -$36 no time limit and -$5 for a year, for a total of $54.95, no TV, no phone.
In 17 months, the -$5 one year rebate is gone and I had a single $5 hike. Now at $64.95 for gigabit.

It was through a cold call from a non-Bell company called Nordia that I got this deal, I am north of Montreal.

Less than a week after getting Fibe, I removed the HH3000 to use my own router, see https://www.dslreports.com/forum/r31118 ... meHub-3000.

Really glad about the technology, but it's true, Bell has horriblecustomer service...
Sr. Member
Apr 13, 2016
543 posts
353 upvotes
befuddled wrote: Similar package but mine expired last month. Internet went from 54.95 to $104.95. Called and they said sorry, promo is over. No new promos are available. They don't because they don't have to. What's the option? Tek-Savvy? Bell/Rogers/Telus are just taking them to court to raise Tek-Savvy's (and other ISPs) costs, therefore our costs.
set a cancellation date 45 days from now, wait for a call back to negotiate a lower rate - if they don't switch to rogers rinse and repeat.

So far I was able to do this once every 3-4 years and have been most recently paying $30-$35/mth for 500mbps down with Rogers and $74.95 with bell for 500 mbps down at two different properties.
Newbie
Feb 25, 2015
32 posts
18 upvotes
Toronto
Called, and they said these types of deals are through the building management. Don't know how true that is. Best they could offer for me was 500/500mbps for $85. Currently on rogers 1gbps/30mbps, that will soon jump to $81. Set up cancellation with rogers, and waiting on the customer retention. If rogers doesn't try to get me to stay, I'll move to bell for the higher upload speeds
Member
Jan 26, 2020
209 posts
151 upvotes
I cancelled my bell giga hoping to get retention would call .. and they did call
For gigabyte

Call 1) $110
Call2) i am account specialist $79/month for first year and $89/ month ongoing
Call 3) I am specialist authorized by upper management.. bla bla.. I told them not paying over $50 and best they could do is $30 /month discount for gigabit

Even , caller sound frustrated to not able to provide better price.

I was paying $59/month for 2 years and now they jacked up prices to $114!!
Sr. Member
Apr 7, 2009
575 posts
358 upvotes
toronto
Started out looking for this deal, with the thought of cancelling TV altogether but just ended up switching TV+internet from Rogers to Bell.

Best bundle offer I was able to get was $99 for Fibe 50 and Good TV; $0 install and $200 gift card.

It's not 1 gigabit but I'm coming from Ignite 75 so FTTH 50 should be as good and the Good TV gets me TSN and SN so I'm happy with that as my minimum.

Thanks
Newbie
May 11, 2017
86 posts
75 upvotes
I had the Gigabit service in pickering and never got speeds (ethernet) over 500. When my promotion ended I "downgraded" to 500 and guess what....no difference. Just my experience. Not sure what the issues are.
Sr. Member
Jan 25, 2015
923 posts
568 upvotes
Toronto, ON
nucats wrote: I cancelled my bell giga hoping to get retention would call .. and they did call
For gigabyte

Call 1) $110
Call2) i am account specialist $79/month for first year and $89/ month ongoing
Call 3) I am specialist authorized by upper management.. bla bla.. I told them not paying over $50 and best they could do is $30 /month discount for gigabit

Even , caller sound frustrated to not able to provide better price.

I was paying $59/month for 2 years and now they jacked up prices to $114!!
Unless you live in a condo i dont see how you can get $50 for gigabit. Im paying 80
Member
Jan 26, 2020
209 posts
151 upvotes
mikolyyyy wrote: Unless you live in a condo i dont see how you can get $50 for gigabit. Im paying 80
I called bell business solutions and they offered the price, I have small business from home

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