According to a report from MobileSyrup, Bell has debuted new Premium Ultra Plus and Basic plans in Quebec starting today.
The report notes that sales representatives from the province have confirmed that the plans are now available, even though they do not yet appear on Bell’s website. It is still unclear as to whether these plans will make their way to any other provinces.
The Premium Ultra Plus plans start at $80 per month on a two-year fixed term, which gives you unlimited Canada-wide calling and text but does not include data. Premium Ultra Plus plan users are required to sign up for a minimum of 8GB of data, with a 6GB minimum for every additional line. There is also a $90 per month option of this plan which works in Canada and the United States.
Bell has also introduced a new set of Basic plans which start at $45 per month (before any data add-on). All basic plans give you unlimited Canada-wide calling and text. There is a $55 per month option which works in Canada and the United States.
Bell has also changed the structure of the data allotments and pricing, with a 2GB add-on at a monthly rate of $5 and 8GB at a monthly rate of $28.