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Locked: Bell Fibre 1GBPS internet

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Feb 11, 2019
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BRKAMZN wrote: The price that Bell and Rogers promises don't hold for long.

Here is what you need to do. Call in to cancel and have the cancellation date well into the future like a month or so.
Give them some time to get back to you either via email or call back. Then you will get those good deals.
However, you will need to do this each year, but well worth it when you can save couple of hundred a year.
Can confirm this tactic, making yourself difficult to reach + rejecting initial offers after you scheduled a cancellation. Once even got to the stage where the technician was over to stop the service and also had a said they wanted to speak to me before I cancel. Depends on how much time you're willing to waste to get the savings, I know, moot point - this is RFD.
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boldventure wrote: I know, Rogers can increase theirs too since now it's discount guarantee. Since I don't have contract I can switch to Rogers anytime they have a better deal. For me Bell is a better service with their fibre optic and wireless pvr
Or you can use their Alt TV. $15 basic and choose 5 of your favourite channels for $5 extra. They have a $4.95 credit permanent credit for their Alt TV. Although they said it was permanent, but I take that with a grain of salt.
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zaibii786 wrote: Same here, I negotiated with Rogers and got offered $37 for 1gbps or $32 for 500mbps
Weird thing is I am getting same speed as 1gbps after downgrading from 1gbps, between 550mbps to 700mbps
Sounds like you're on Wifi
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overtask wrote: Can confirm this tactic, making yourself difficult to reach + rejecting initial offers after you scheduled a cancellation. Once even got to the stage where the technician was over to stop the service and also had a said they wanted to speak to me before I cancel. Depends on how much time you're willing to waste to get the savings, I know, moot point - this is RFD.
Now that this technique is public, I am sure Rogers and Bell will have other ways to combat the abuse lol.
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Just spoke to bell, got the 59.99 and no installation, but no gift card option. Anyone else who is not getting gift card?
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yao416 wrote: Existing customer here

Called loyalty on Tuesday. Offered me $59.95 gigabit I declined.

Called again yesterday. Offered me $59.95 and I asked for $5 monthly credit. Came back with $60 1 time credit.

1 year
lucky you, they wouldn't budge at all for me, only giving me a 5$ credit hence making it 90$ for gigabit...
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TomRFD wrote: Good to hear that they're at least providing some reasonable offers for existing customers. My current promo (similar to yours) expires in October. I'll probably end up dropping TV and home phone then. I'd be ok paying $55-60 just for Gigabit internet.
Mine promo expires in 6 days

I just called and they offered me Gigabit internet and Alt TV with Crave for $84.90

That is what I was paying previously but I also had FibeTV and home phone
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Dec 27, 2016
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I signed up with Bell last summer 69.99 pre tax for 500mb down/up 1 year price guarantee. 4-5 months in and price goes up to ~118 after tax. Called them and was told the price increase is/was for all the customers and that I was sent an email regarding it and the sales rep offered me $10 off FOR ONE BILL LOL. Cancelled then and there and never going back no matter the deal!
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Wpegger wrote: is this available in MB?
No
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Got the same during end of March or early April. When Rogers was having their sale or whatever.

Paying around the low $50 after taxes. Even got a $60 Visa prepaid GC and had the activation fee waived. This was done through a second channel or source as well too. Haven't looked back after, and I think the price we are paying is not on a contract and is not valid for a year. Meaning I think, it will still be the same price after a year. I could be wrong.
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Jan 13, 2007
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North York
Thank god I only pay $26/mo for 1gbps unlimited with Bell as part of my condo bulk agreement that is guaranteed for 3 years minimum
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Growingupisold wrote: Looking at the image you attached the credit is listed as a "Limited-time offer". How is that an ongoing price?
The promo credit given will be ongoing instead of 1 year, but the base price will always increase. That's how it always is, there is nothing called ongoing fixed price with Canadian telcos.
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Nov 28, 2011
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Been loving my 1gbps Fibe connection.

Hooked it up about 8 months ago. Speeds have been reliable.
Got it for $50/mo with gauranteed savings with the price not having increased (yet), with no savings period (it's indefinite!)

Gonna hold this connection as long as I can :)
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BRKAMZN wrote: Or you can use their Alt TV. $15 basic and choose 5 of your favourite channels for $5 extra. They have a $4.95 credit permanent credit for their Alt TV. Although they said it was permanent, but I take that with a grain of salt.
What is the Alt TV? Can't find in their website.

I am currently paying $121 tax-in for 1 Gb, home phone which never used and better TV with free one year 1 extra wireless pvr, TMN (Crave), Encore (Starz), HBO, 3 foreign channels which will expire this month and no contract. And I received $100 gc and free installation. It started at $99. And their Fibe TV app is better than Rogers.
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ALT TV is just their Bell Fibe TV app on devices or browser only. You won't have a physical TV box with them anymore if you just go Alt TV only.

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