More price increases are coming for Bell customers, as the company has recently notified about $5 hikes coming in March of this year.
According to a notice sent out last week, Bell said: “starting on your March 2020 Mobility bill date, your phone rate plan price will increase by $5.00/month.”
This appears to be for those on the $65/10GB BYOD holiday plan (which originally was $60/10GB when it was first released in December 2017), set to jump to $70/10GB in March.
Last February, Telus increased the $60/10GB plan by $10 up to $70/10GB. Rogers and Bell at the time only increased theirs to $65/10GB. But now it appears Bell is adding another price increase for this ‘holiday plan’ from 2017, to match Telus.
Bell Internet to Also Increase in Price
Some Bell internet customers can also expect their prices to increase by $5 per month, according to recent notices sent out, indicating “the monthly rate of your internet service(s) will increase by $5 each, as of March 1, 2020.”
Others are also seeing internet price increases of $6 per month on March 1, 2020. The price increases appear to vary by customer.
Did you receive any notices about prices increases from Bell recently for wireless or internet?
Update: we’re hearing the price increase to the $65 plan is also for Virgin Mobile customers as well.