Bell Launches ‘Unlimited’ Data Plans Starting at $75/10GB as Promo Response to Rogers [u]
Rogers yesterday announced new Infinite plans, offering ‘unlimited’ data starting at $75 for 10GB, with speeds throttled to 256 kbps once your main data bucket was used up. Telus responded with a promotional plan of their own, offering $75 for 15GB of data.
Now it appears Bell has jumped into the mix with their own offer, offering ‘Bell Unlimited Plans’ on their website, starting at $75/10GB for BYOD. These plans are also throttled at 256 kbps like Rogers once your data bucket is used up:
Our unlimited data plans start at $75 for 10 GB of data at unbeatable speeds across Canada. This allows you to upload, download and stream a ton of content at maximum speed. Beyond 10 GB of maximum speed data, you can use unlimited data at reduced speeds of 256 Kbps for light web browsing, emails and texting, without ever having to worry about data overage fees.
Check out the plans below, which include unlimited Canada-wide calling and are eligible for Roam Better and non-shareable data:
These plans are also available on contract pricing as well with smartphones, like Rogers Infinite plans:
- Premium: add $20/month
- Premium Plus: add $30/month
- Premium Ultra: add $40/month
Bell says these unlimited data plan offers end on June 30, 2019.
Are you going to be jumping on any of these new plans from Rogers, Telus and Bell? They are all available today.