Bell Launches Retina iPad mini Sales, Starts at $399 on 2-Year Terms

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Bell has just launched sales of the cellular version of the Retina iPad mini on its website, starting at $399 on a 2-year term or $549 outright for a 16GB model in black or white.

As for iPad data plans, users can choose from their Tablet Flex data plan which starts at $5 for 10MB, then goes to $20 for 1GB and $40 for 5GB (overages are $10/1GB).

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Another option is their 30-Day Pass which is valid for 30 days after activation. Rates start at $15 for 250MB of data all the way up to $45 for 5GB of data:

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If you are currently a smartphone customer at Bell, you can also pay $10/month and use data sharing from your existing Voice & Data Plus plan.

Currently the $35 activation fee is waived until November 30. Bell first started sales of cellular iPads back in late July.

Telus launched cellular Retina iPad mini sales three days ago while Rogers has yet to get stock of the newest iPad mini as their website still says “coming soon”.

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  • Zeteboy

    BFD. $20 less than apple sells with out a term at all!!!!!!!!!

  • Edge

    That’s what I thought, but it’s the $549 cellular version

  • tim

    but if you have a smartphone already, create a hotspot and tether away on the wifi version