Bell Offers Cheaper Calling Tiers for Family Share Plans, Starting at $30/mo

If you don’t need unlimited nationwide calling for your Bell Family Share plan, the company has added a new ‘limited time offer’ of 300 local anytime minutes and unlimited evenings and weekends starting at 6PM, starting at $30 for BYOD. Unlimited local calling is $5 more per month.

Previously, the cheapest option was the $40/mo BYOD unlimited nationwide calling option, but if you don’t need the minutes, the $30 option is $10 cheaper. So if you find you’re not talking at all (don’t call me unless you’re on fire), call Bell and make a plan change to save $10/month or $120 annually.

Bell plans

Also, right now Bell is offering a ‘bonus’ where customer will get a $25 connection charge credit (aka activation fee credit) “for a limited time.” Yay!

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  • mackman6151

    I don’t get why anybody wouldn’t pay the $5/month premium to get unlimited calling. The concept of being limited for $5 less is absolutely ridiculous. Especially since a lot of these low income consumers use their cell phone as a landline as well