Really wanted to stay with bell but their offers are pretty bad compared to what I can get from koodo. So goodbye to bell and hello to my new service provider!!
Hopefully the reception and LTE speed is good with koodo..
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Sweet deal! Is it advertised anywhere online? Or did you have to call the business line?
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Martin got fired back in 2013 for committing fraud.
Oct 24th, 2014 10:00 pm
While port-credits aren't advertised and could vary by dealer, the price plans listed on mobilebusiness.bell.ca are what is available today.Crash1977mtl wrote: ↑Hi.
Looking to switch in from Rogers. Have 2 small business lines, each paying $90 a month with unlimited North American calling and 6 gig of data , value packs an extra $10 each.
Wondering the best deal i can get from Bell... passed by a store and they were offering $300 a line port in credits, but nothing really different pricing with then Rogers / Telus/ Bell sharing plans which are all basically the same.
Are there any unadvertised prices?
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Should not be a problem at all. You just fill out the port request at your new provider with all the correct info on the previous account and it should port over right away.rfdlurkerguy wrote: ↑I was wondering would i have problems porting out my number from a bell small business plan to another provider. I am asking because my 2 lines are billed to the business name, but I would want to use my personal name for the next provider.BTW my name was used for the original credit check. And I have called bell and they assured me that i shouldn't have problems with a port, but you never really know with csr's.. Thanks
Jan 4th, 2015 11:07 pm
RJones. Where about are you? I am in BCBC and looking to do something about my 2 line with Bell. Currently on the 65 minus 10 share plan that hahas 6gb data each. Can't renew it so no hardware up.