Bell Launches New $45 “Unlimited BC” Plan

In direct response to Rogers’ $45 Unlimited Quebec plan, and it is also a threat to Fido’s $35 CityFido Plan, Bell has launched a new $45 “Unlimited BC” plan.

This plan from Bell is an absolute bomb-shell, especially considering that Bell almost never releases plans like this. I really like where the Canadian wireless industry is going with these “unlimited” offers.

Check out the plan details below:

$45 Unlimited BC Plan

  • Minutes: Unlimited local and long distance calling within British Columbia
  • Evenings/Weekends: Unlimited local and long distance calling
  • Features: Call Waiting, Conference Calling
  • Optional Plan Add-Ons: $5.00/month for Unlimited Text Messaging
  • Term: 3 Years Only
  • Note: Additional options such as Caller Display may be added separately

Plan Notes

  • Plan is available to residents of British Columbia
  • Plan is available to new and existing postpaid Bell clients
  • Available with compatible devices, within coverage areas available from Bell Mobility (EVDO and HSPA/HSPA+) and its partners’ network coverage areas
  • Plan does not include data; must be added separately for iPhones
  • Minutes are unlimited for calls originating and terminating within B.C.
  • For calls originating from British Columbia and terminating
    within Canada or the U.S., airtime is not charged, but long distance
    charges apply ($0.40/minute)
  • U.S. Roaming Charges are $1.45 per minute (pay-per-use)
  • Plan is available from June 10 to June 30, 2011

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  • Cakepounder76

    Can we get some love in Ontario Bell?

  • Chris

    And I’m paying Bell $50 a month for 50MB in NS.

  • Kirk

    Wow.. You wouldn’t see anything like that surface in Toronto….

  • Cakepounder76

    No one is that much of a sucker. What else is included for $50 ?

  • well still no data 😐

  • well still no data 😐

  • Tommy

    Anybody know what’s the best Data+Phone plan is for BC?

  • Ex

    If you don’t need unlimited minutes, Telus is good with free voicemail

  • Ex

    If you don’t need unlimited minutes, Telus is good with free voicemail

  • Don

    I hope that comes to Ontario and the rest of Canada, that’s pretty bad to offer that only in one province. I’m and many other Canadians are still Bell customers what makes BC so special that bell wants to only offer this great deal to them?

  • Sean Is

    But I already have unlimited calling everywhere (local & long) and unlimited texting for $35….

  • Sean Is

    But I already have unlimited calling everywhere (local & long) and unlimited texting for $35….

  • Cakepounder76

    Ok Troll. We are discussing Bell mobility.

  • Cakepounder76

    Ok Troll. We are discussing Bell mobility.

  • Cakepounder76

    They have had this plan in Quebec for a while as well.

  • Cakepounder76

    They have had this plan in Quebec for a while as well.

  • Anonymous

    Yea, I’ve got unlimited everything for $40 plus tax… it’s called the Holiday Miracle plan. Someone’s gonna spend $45 for unlimited minutes, another $8 for caller ID, another $5 for text messaging, God only knows how much for data $20+? How much is that plan really worth?

  • Anonymous

    Yea, I’ve got unlimited everything for $40 plus tax… it’s called the Holiday Miracle plan. Someone’s gonna spend $45 for unlimited minutes, another $8 for caller ID, another $5 for text messaging, God only knows how much for data $20+? How much is that plan really worth?

  • Anonymous

    Yea, I’ve got unlimited everything for $40 plus tax… it’s called the Holiday Miracle plan. Someone’s gonna spend $45 for unlimited minutes, another $8 for caller ID, another $5 for text messaging, God only knows how much for data $20+? How much is that plan really worth?

  • Ifiwereking

    Exactly. We’re where they make all their cash. They probably break even everywhere else. We never get deals on anything. Auto insurance anyone.

  • Kirk

    Lol… Especially auto insurance!

  • Kirk

    Lol… Especially auto insurance!

  • Who calls people on their cell enough to need $45 of unlimited minutes? If it doesn’t have texting and data, why get an iPhone?