Bell yesterday launched a $75/20GB unlimited data plan promo, matching Telus. The plan is available for bring your own device (BYOD) and is available at Bell stores and online.
To normally get Bell’s unlimited data plan (which has throttled 512 Kbps speeds once your allotment is up) with 20GB, it’s $95 per month, but this sale offers $20/month in savings.
The plan includes unlimited Canada-wide calling and text messages and 20GB of non-shareable data.
Bell also has a separate 20GB shareable data promo plan at $75 per month, but it does not come with unlimited data. Rather, overages are charged at $10/100MB for the first 800MB, then $0.15/MB thereafter. It works out to $80 for the first 800MB, then after it’s $1.50/10MB or $15/100MB or $150/1GB. Ouch.
As of writing, Rogers has not matched Telus and Bell at the $75/20GB price point for a non-shareable unlimited data plan, but it does offer an $85/20GB unlimited data plan with shareable data.