If your employer offers Employee Purchase Plans (EPP) from Bell, you may want to call in or check online for the latest offers, which include 30% off Bell’s ‘unlimited’ no overage data plans.
Bell no overage plans start at $75/10GB like Telus and Rogers, however, the latter throttles data once caps are exceeded to 256 Kbps, while Bell and Telus throttle at 512 Kbps.
Here are what these Bell no overage plans look like with 30% off:
- $52.50 for 10GB (normally $75)
- $66.50 for 20GB (normally $95)
- $87.50 for 50GB (normally $125)
To get these plans, you need to call into the Bell EPP number and inquire about them, according to RFD.
So far, Rogers and Telus EPP plans have not matched the Bell offer, but Telus is apparently offering $500 off a new iPhone or Galaxy smartphone on a no overage plan.
Let us know if you’re able to get this with your employer’s Bell EPP perk.
Update July 28, 2019: Looks like Bell is no longer offering this 30% off discount.