Bell’s New Monthly Rate Plans for Two-Year Terms Leak [Details]


While TELUS announced its plans this morning to launch two year term voice and data plans, Bell’s intentions are expected to launch in two days as previously reported. MobileSyrup now reports the following price plans have leaked prior to their debut this Wednesday.

All plans are available on two years or 30 days and will have 10% off all 30 day terms. A further $5 discount on 36 month term Voice & Data Plus plans are until July 29, 2013. Plans will include Message Centre Lite and Call Display.

There are three types of plans: Voice & Data Plus, Voice & Data Lite, and Voice. Details are below:

Voice & Data Plus 60

  • $60/month
  • 1000 local minutes
  • Unlimited off-peak minutes
  • 6PM evenings/weekends
  • 300MB data + 1GB bonus on 36 month terms until July 22, 2013

Voice & Data Plus 75

  • $75/month
  • Unlimited local calling
  • 6PM evenings/weekends
  • 1GB data + 1GB bonus on 36 month terms until July 22, 2013

Voice & Data Plus 85

  • $85/month
  • Unlimited local calling
  • 3GB data + 1GB bonus on 36 month terms until July 22, 2013

Voice & Data Plus 100

  • $100/month
  • Unlimited local calling
  • 5GB data + 1GB bonus on 36 month terms until July 22, 2013

Voice & Data Lite 45

  • $45/month
  • 200 local minutes
  • 6PM evenings/weekends
  • 200MB data

Voice & Data Lite 60

  • $60/month
  • unlimited local minutes
  • 1GB data

Voice 30

  • $30/month
  • 200 local minutes
  • 6PM evenings/weekends

Voice 40

  • $40/month
  • 500 local minutes
  • 6PM evenings/weekends

Voice 50

  • $50/month
  • 1000 local minutes
  • 6PM evenings/weekends

As of July 30, 2013, the document states three year terms will no longer be available. What do you think of these plans? They lack the nationwide minutes which TELUS plans will include.


  • puffy03

    these are terrible

  • BitBurn

    1GB data monthly?? Sheiiiiiissh crap.

  • Jason

    Lets get real here. These providers cannot be this stupid. Why wont they offer a plan that gives you a shit load of data or 6 GB and next to nothing in the Mins. With the apps out there now you can make wifi-3g/lte calls anyways. I look at my phone bill every month and i use 20mins or less during the day and under 200 mins during the eves and weekends. its all texts, emails and wifi calls or skyping. With most of my friends having iphones,i even use imessage more then my unlimited texting. Give the people what they want already and enough with these BS plans.

  • RanDOM

    They did not listen to customers at all… It should be the same prices but just 2 years if anything. This is crap.

  • einsteinbqat

    All that I can say is : WTF

  • Shameer Mulji

    What’s with the local minutes? Almost every other carrier offers Canada-wide minutes as standard now.

  • Anthony

    Just wait until December. 🙂

  • crosseyed_mofo

    go home bell, your drunk

  • OliChabot

    We want more data and less minutes. And seriously these prices are ridiculous. Just hope another carrier is going to offer a competitive plan because we always get screwed by the Big3. Seriously, 75$/month for only 1GB? There just trying to get more money off us because they can’t extend it to 3 years…

  • k

    Bells plans suck.allways have. Fido have unLimited everything except 1gb of data which you have to sign 36 months to get with bell for only 60 a month. When are the big three ( bell, telus, rogers) going to realize that they are losing thousands of customers and billions of dollars each year to companies like fido, wind, kodoo etc.. fyi the big three will match each other’s plans but no one else.

  • MelvinW

    You are aware that two of the companies you named (fido & Koodo) are owned by the big 3, right?
    That means they aren’t necessarily losing as much money and customers as one would think.

  • Big 3 my Azz

    is it me or are the big 3 jacking up the data plan prices every single year… and yet they claim bringing verizon into Canadian market is a bad idea… i wonder why.. As soon as Verizon comes to Canada im ditching all 3 lines my family and I have with Robbers. i’d rather overpay to Verizon then these A-holes who has been ripping Canadians off for years and years and years