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Bell iPhone 3GS Made Super Official; Releases November 4

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Well, looks like we spoke too soon. There were rumours of November 4th being the launch date of the iPhone 3GS by Bell, and today it has become confirmed. Bell Canada just made it totally official with the following email:

Bam!

The bottom of the email reads:

You can make the most of the iPhone 3GS on Canada’s best high speed mobile network. With faster speeds, global coverage and fewer dropped calls, you’ll do more than you ever imagined, in more places than ever before.

Bell iPhone Plans: Start Deciding Your Monthly Plan Today

If you haven’t read already, we were the first to expose Bell’s iPhone plans early. These plans will be available tomorrow:

Individual Plans [Updated]

$55/month

  • 36 month contract/renewal
  • 300 Minutes
  • Unlimited Evenings/Weekends @ 9PM
  • Local Fab 5
  • 1GB Data + Tethering
  • Wi-Fi unlimited at Starbucks
  • Add: SAF, 911 Fee

$75/month

  • 36 month contract/renewal
  • 400 Minutes
  • Unlimited Evenings/Weekends @ 9PM
  • Nation-wide Fab 5
  • Caller Display
  • Message Centre
  • Visual Voicemail
  • 2GB Data + Tethering
  • Wi-Fi unlimited at Starbucks
  • Add: SAF, 911 Fee

$95/month

  • 36 month contract/renewal
  • 500 Minutes
  • Unlimited Evenings/Weekends @ 9PM
  • Nation-wide Fab 5
  • Caller Display
  • Visual Voicemail
  • Message Centre
  • Unlimited Messages
  • 3GB Data + Tethering
  • Wi-Fi unlimited at Starbucks
  • Add: SAF, 911 Fee

$20/month iPhone Fun Bundle

  • Caller Display
  • Message Centre
  • Visual Voicemail
  • 250 sent & unlimited received text messages

With Telus to launch the iPhone 3GS on November 5th, and Bell tomorrow, it’s going to be an exciting day for Canadians that have been waiting for the iPhone to arrive on other networks.

Poll: Who’s going to start lining up today??

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  • If it included even a few monthly messages on the $55 plan, I would be all over it. Having to pay extra for them, though…

  • Dusty

    So far ill stay with Rogers 🙁 I believe the plan I have now is still better then what Belus have to offer.

  • I'm definately going to line up tomorrow. I'll try to go during my lunch time.

    I'm pretty excited, I hope I'll be able to change my current LG phone to the iPhone.

  • Rob433

    wow the plans both telus and bell are offering arnt even worth switching for. they just used rogers prices as a model and went from there, i was hoping maybe they would create a price drop but doesnt look like it, no collusion they say, ha

  • hugo

    Ok now I really hate bell. They REALLY want me to quit. I called them today telling them I would by the phone full price. Doing that, I expect that I can keep my current plan and just add a data plan.

    Well no, I was told that even buying the phone full price, I would need to take an iPhone plan

    I think Ill just stick to my iPod touch

  • craz

    Is anyone that is already on Rogers going to use this opportunity to force Rogers to improve their iphone plan and get you an even better deal than Bell so you can get a discount on the actual phone (since many of my friends have received this “special discount” for their customer loyalty).

  • Lee

    The Bell iPhone plans SUCK! No texts included just called them, the $20 fun bundle gives 250 sent! 250!!! Seriously? I'm with Telus now was comparing Bell to drop my BlackBerry and get iPhone. I send and receive around 3000 per month and that's probably triple with blackberry messenger which I'll now have to switch to texts. Sorry they just lost me as a potential customer.

  • Lee

    The Bell iPhone plans SUCK! No texts included just called them, the $20 fun bundle gives 250 sent! 250!!! Seriously? I'm with Telus now was comparing Bell to drop my BlackBerry and get iPhone. I send and receive around 3000 per month and that's probably triple with blackberry messenger which I'll now have to switch to texts. Sorry they just lost me as a potential customer.

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