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[Bell] Bell Mobility Small Business Plan

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Sep 27, 2003
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Newmarket
hellracer wrote:
Aug 9th, 2016 11:40 am
I stopped by Bell boutique(rosemere) and got this offer:

for 2 lines:

3G unlimited call(not sharable) 60$ each line + 500$ credit
I get xperia for 99$ and S7 for 199$. 2 years contract.


this is much better than any deal on non business, now I wonder what is the catch? risk?
As long as you get it on paper, you should be OK.
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Oct 12, 2005
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Edmonton
any updates on current Small Business Plan promos for BELL???
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Jan 17, 2012
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Toronto
What does one have to do to become a small business customer?
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Jul 4, 2004
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Toronto
Sooooo has Bell stopped caring about SMB customers? This thread is literally dead.
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Oct 21, 2013
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North
I got this for my 2 lines :

Porting credit of $900 (450X2)
Shared plan 6GB, unlimited call/text nationwide/voicemail etc - $165 a month

still deciced not to port as I've the best plan available with Koodo (5GB for $55)
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Nov 22, 2002
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Does anyone know if the upcoming price hikes affect the small business plans?
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The following plans with 6GB of data will be jumping by $10 per month:
  • 6GB of data
  • Add 6GB of shareable data
  • 6GB of data – BlackBerry/Smartphone
  • 6GB of data share for iPad – BlackBerry
  • 6GB of data share for iPad – Smartphone
If you have any of the following data add-ons, you’ll see a $2 per month increase:
  • Data Block
  • Test BB10 Data Block
  • Data blocking in Canada
  • Data block in Canada-Antispam
  • Data Block & Anti-spam
Also, there are price changes coming to the “No Canada to U.S. Long Distance charges” add-on, set to increase by $5 per month.
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Aug 14, 2012
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Edmonton
Does anyone know what the most port in credit with bell is right now? I have 5 lines currently with Telus Small Business, but my contract with telus is up. Looking at my options
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May 12, 2005
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Markham
I'm on the grandfathered SM65 plan. Got offered the following:

- 14GB share data
- unltd nationwide calling
- unltd text/mms
- cd, vm, call wait, conference calling

$150 first line, $55 each subsequent line, with $300 bill credit per line.

Anyone got offered something better? I'm thinking to jump ship to Rogers as their bill credit is $400/line and there is 10% discount per month as offered through Costco. Also, the data overage is much cheaper ($10/2GB vs bell's 5 cents per MB).

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