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Small Business Bell Plan: $52/month tax incl. 50gb data unlimited calls/text iPhone 14 lease

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[OP]
Jr. Member
Oct 31, 2009
130 posts
104 upvotes
Toronto

[Boxing Day] Small Business Bell Plan: $52/month tax incl. 50gb data unlimited calls/text iPhone 14 lease

Price:
52
Retailer:
Costco Mobility
I was in Costco Mississauga
Bell: Plan only 50GB data for each line shared
Line 1: $62
Line 2+: $32 (each)
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iPhone 14
$15 on lease per month
$35 on financing per month

$300 Costco gift cards port in credit for each line
Free car charger and IQ buds

I got 5 iPhones with 250gb shared data and unlimited calling on lease so after taking in account Costco gift cards $260 for all lines including tax ($1500 Costco cards)

You will pay $310 a month but if you deduct $1500 Costco gift card it will comes to $52 a month including tax for each line

Basically $52 per line with iPhone 14 lease including tax

Total 24 months Plan commitment: $6240 including tax

Retail iPhone 14 cost is $1099
Price of 5 iPhones including tax: 6,209.35

You pay $52 each including tax for the plan for each line and get iPhone 14 free to use for 24 months including unlimited calling texting and 250Gb of pool data among 5 lines

*small business plan… HST number required
:)
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[OP]
Jr. Member
Oct 31, 2009
130 posts
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Toronto
This is basically $31 per month for 50gb data if you are looking for multiple lines on bell network and if you don’t need a phone.
:)
Newbie
Mar 6, 2014
73 posts
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Toronto
nyliquidpk wrote: This is basically $31 per month for 50gb data if you are looking for multiple lines on bell network and if you don’t need a phone.
Can you share more information on this? I am very interested.
Deal Addict
Aug 21, 2007
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$300 gift card is only if you get a device, right? Not applicable for BYOD?

Any contract? Can we cancel after just 1 month? I'm looking for a travel plan for a 1 week cuba trip and it seems like this is the cheapest option, even if paying for a whole month + $15 daily roaming
[OP]
Jr. Member
Oct 31, 2009
130 posts
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Toronto
I posted as much information. You can get this plan with or without the phone.

You are eligible as long as you have hst number
:)
Member
Apr 3, 2010
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I was at Costco yesterday and the attached images were displayed on their screen. I don't know specifics (whether this is for small business or personal), as I did not stop to ask - there was a huge lineup. But OP has that handled.

Hope this helps.

Happy shopping!
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Deal Addict
Nov 26, 2014
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: $300 gift card is only if you get a device, right? Not applicable for BYOD?

Any contract? Can we cancel after just 1 month? I'm looking for a travel plan for a 1 week cuba trip and it seems like this is the cheapest option, even if paying for a whole month + $15 daily roaming
gift cards only if you get a device
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Aug 22, 2006
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: $300 gift card is only if you get a device, right? Not applicable for BYOD?
I'm pretty sure yeah. Each device has a different value for gift cards.

Also if it's anything like Black Friday, BYOD was $10ish more per month. There was a device subsidy credit too.
Do you not have anything else to do rather than argue with strangers on the internet
Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.
Newbie
Oct 15, 2006
29 posts
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Thanks OP. Just picked up the deal from Costco in Dt Vancouver.
Got 4 pixel 6As for approx [email protected] for 24 months. So $120 each. Got $200 gc for each phone so $800 total.
Unloaded all 4 phones for cheap. $280 each so 《$120》 for each phone still up $160 for each phone in addition to the $200 Costco GC.
Newbie
Dec 27, 2018
24 posts
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Vancouver, BC
Costco Heartland Area, had to wait in virtual queue for half day yesterday store closed before I got my turn. Again entered the virtual queue at 10am today and received my turn at 3pm.

With Bell Small Business, 2 lines

Pixel 7 Pro - ~18 dollars per month with device return option, pay 160 dollars to keep the phone at the end, 150 in Costco cards. I have 300 device loyalty discount which brought down monthly device amount to ~4 dollars.

They were not able to waiveoff 50 activation charge for upgrade, but got it waivedoff for new line.

Pixel 6a - ~5 per month on finance option, 200 in Costco cards, this is on new activation.


Plan price similar to OP for each line.
Newbie
Mar 16, 2018
77 posts
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any further update, maybe helpful to some fellows on sidelines , got 3 lines at Costco yesterday

Primary line- $70.91+ HST ( This is 100 GB with US/CAN calling and Roaming)
second + lines- $31.91+ HST ( 50 GB, Canada only calling)
The secondary lines are capped at 250 Mbps while primary line has max speed as per Contract

Gift Cards depends upon on the phones you choose

switched from Rogers, I’m going to miss a key feature since Bell doesn’t have outbound Caller name, (when you call someone) if this is important for you ,
Newbie
Jun 30, 2020
47 posts
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Murgianda wrote: any further update, maybe helpful to some fellows on sidelines , got 3 lines at Costco yesterday

Primary line- $70.91+ HST ( This is 100 GB with US/CAN calling and Roaming)
second + lines- $31.91+ HST ( 50 GB, Canada only calling)
The secondary lines are capped at 250 Mbps while primary line has max speed as per Contract

Gift Cards depends upon on the phones you choose

switched from Rogers, I’m going to miss a key feature since Bell doesn’t have outbound Caller name, (when you call someone) if this is important for you ,
Details of cost would be helpful
Bell.ca small business for Ontario is
$95, 100GB, CAN-US
$85, 50GB, CAN
so, you must have other discounts other than $25 additional line discounts
Newbie
Mar 16, 2018
77 posts
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easydiy wrote: Details of cost would be helpful
Bell.ca small business for Ontario is
$95, 100GB, CAN-US
$85, 50GB, CAN
so, you must have other discounts other than $25 additional line discounts
Well there are bunch of discounts, very complicated (Bell), but end result is what I stated

Edit- There is additional 10% discount on each line before applying miscellaneous credits
Newbie
Jun 30, 2020
47 posts
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Murgianda wrote: Well there are bunch of discounts, very complicated (Bell), but end result is what I stated

Edit- There is additional 10% discount on each line before applying miscellaneous credits
We knew it’s complicated, that’s why we like to know details & may help you to avoid unexpected billing issues too.

There is $300 credit per line for boxing week, not sure you got port in credit or not.
Newbie
Mar 16, 2018
77 posts
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easydiy wrote: We knew it’s complicated, that’s why we like to know details & may help you to avoid unexpected billing issues too.

There is $300 credit per line for boxing week, not sure you got port in credit or not.
There wasn’t any porting credit except Costco gift cards , a friend got same deal BW, there were no port credits except GC’s at Costco

It would be icing on cake if someone can get 300 GC as well 300 Porting credits per line
Sr. Member
Mar 1, 2017
572 posts
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I got similar quote at Costco Etobicoke. Port in credit is what’s lowering the monthly cost.

If I recall.

Line 1 $61
Line 2 $27

Line 1 with us 80

This was more than I’m paying so skipped it.
Newbie
Oct 15, 2006
29 posts
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Murgianda wrote: There wasn’t any porting credit except Costco gift cards , a friend got same deal BW, there were no port credits except GC’s at Costco

It would be icing on cake if someone can get 300 GC as well 300 Porting credits per line
There are port in credits, that's how it goes down to $62 and $32 for additional lines.
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Jun 5, 2004
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mikefly wrote: I got similar quote at Costco Etobicoke. Port in credit is what’s lowering the monthly cost.

If I recall.

Line 1 $61
Line 2 $27
How to get the 2nd line down to $27. I think after the port in credit, it is $32 something. Is there another $5 credit somehow?

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