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Bell No Activation Fee & Free 6PM Early Evenings Offer Until December 31 2010

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First Telus, then Rogers, and now Bell. With Rogers and Telus offering free activation fees this month, Bell has now also launched an activation fee waiver promotion and is waiving the $35 activation fee that customers are usually charged when starting up a new account.

$35 Promo Eligibility & Restrictions

The offer is applicable to new 3-year term activations on the following rate plans:

  • Voice Plans for phones
  • Combo Plans for Smartphones
  • iPhone plans
  • Share Plans
  • EPP plans

A $35 bill credit for 100% of the activation fee will appear on the customer’s second invoice.

6PM Early Evenings Eligibility & Restrictions

Alongside the $35 waiver promotion, Bell has also launched a 6PM early evenings promotion.

Bell has launched a free 6PM early evening add-on for all new activations but existing customers are not eligible unforunately (existing customers could still call and try their luck).

The 6PM early evenings calling bonus is available on the following 3-year term in-market plans:

  • Voice Plans for phones
  • Combo Plans for Smartphones
  • iPhone plans
  • Share Plans
  • EPP plans

The 6PM add-on is included during the activation, so make sure to ask for it when setting up Bell service.

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  • Mikexpress

    I got my iPhone launch day and did not pay activation fee’s and my evenings start at six…

  • “but existing customers are not eligible”

    When are these companies going to learn to treat long time customers as well if not better than new ones!?! Oh I know when you threaten to leave, like I will when my contract is up in July, they pull out the stops, but really, considering I’ve been with the same provider for 15 years, they should come out of the gate with the best “loyal customers” only plans from the get go, instead of me going through the motions.

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