1. For the Small Business promo smart 65 36M plan which you were paying $65/mth - $10/mth (port-in credit), after the 26th you would loose the $10/mth port-in credit and would pay $65/mth. You do not need to give them any notice that you are going m2m, it would just happen. Make sure you look at your online bill after your contract end date to ensure that you retain your $79/mth discount adjustment for this line applied to the Small Business Promo Bundle 65, which should be retained until this promo feature lapses in their system in 2020. Another option would be on the 27th to sign up for Bell's loyality plan of $75/mth which gives you the same 550min outgoing, unlimited incoming, unlimited local min between members, 6pm nights & weekends, SMS, enhanced voicemail, conference calling, call display and 6GB as your current plan, with the addition of MMS. The $75/mth would also give you the ability to add a second line for $60/mth which would have it's own 550min (but able to call anywhere in Canada/US) and would share the 6GB of the first line. If you switch to the $75/mth loyality plan then you would be eligible to use any hardware upgrade credit you have with your account and apply it to any exisitng 2 year pricing on new hardware, for both your new $75/mth line and $60/mth line. Essentially you have to do the math to see if after the 26th you would prefer to pay $65 (current plan m2m) or $75 (new loyality plan, 2 years) and if MMS is important and new hardware. Keep in mind, once you give up your 65 plan you can't go back on it again.dannydarkman wrote: ↑Mar 16th, 2015 11:09 pmGreat post Blueeyesmecguy. I have a 65 plan and Small Biz V&D 90 Promo. Couple of questions... so if I were to go m2m, the 65 plan would be raised to 75$? What happens to my other line? Would that raise at all? Any options? I call US on a daily basis, so I need this plan. Also, if I wanted to go month to month, do I still need to call Bell and tell them that I want to go m2m? Any help will be much appreciated. My contract ends on the 26th. Thanks.
2. As for the Small Biz V&D 90 Promo I am unsure as to when the promo features lapse in Bell's system, and would encourage you to use Bell's online chat service to speak to a Bell rep to get the info (Telephone reps don't have easy access to the old contract promo features & expiry dates and will likely just tell you all promos expire at the end of the contract because they lack training and/or want to push new contracts).Even double check by chatting with several agents over a few days to verify the info. The key is to ask the rep to check each promotion applied to your current plan and let you know when each one will end (use the key words "subscriber discount rate date"). Usually they are set to end when the contract ends but it can really vary (see my prior post). Even if a promo feature is set to end, ask what the equivalent replacement promo feature is (e.g. for the 65 plan I added a unlimited Cdn long distance feature which was sent to expire a few months after my contract end date and so the agent future dated the current Cdn LD feature to start when the current one ended, just happened to be no net $ increase). Take a printout of the chat, email a copy to you and do a screen-shot of the chat for your records.
Hope this helps and even with this info, double check and verify with the Bell chat rep and ask them to make notes in your account.