Bell, Telus announce their new holiday unlimited plans

November 7, 2012
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    Following Virgin Mobile’s and Rogers’ announcements for their holiday deals, Bell and Telus have put out their new holiday plans that will become available in the coming days. Rogers, Bell, and Telus always go head to head to win their customers’ attention, and these deals might help them do just that.

    According to the leaked screenshot above, Bell will have 4 new plans, all with “unlimited texting, picture and video.” In addition to that, here’s what you get:

    • $55/month 1000 minutes, 200 MB broadband data
    • $65/month unlimited local talk, 1 GB broadband data and 10 hours of MobileTV
    • $75/month unlimited local talk, 3 GB broadband data and 10 hours of MobileTV
    • $95/month unlimited Canada-wide talk, 5 GB broadband data and 10 hours of MobileTV

    Telus’ new holiday plans are quite similar in pricing, as you can see below:

    Local Talk & Text – 1GB Share – $70/month

    • Unlimited Local Anytime Minutes
    • 1GB data (Canada-only) shareable
    • Unlimited outgoing and incoming text, picture and video messaging
    • Unlimited Nationwide Family Calling, Caller ID, VM, Call Waiting & Conference Calling

    Local Talk & Text – 3GB Share – $80/month

    • Unlimited Local Anytime Minutes
    • 3GB data (Canada-only) shareable
    • Unlimited outgoing and incoming text, picture and video messaging
    • Unlimited Nationwide Family Calling, Caller ID, VM, Call Waiting & Conference Calling

    Nationwide Talk & Text – 5GB Share – $100/month

    • Unlimited Nationwide Anytime Minutes
    • 5GB data (Canada-only) shareable
    • Unlimited outgoing and incoming text, picture and video messaging
    • Unlimited Nationwide Family Calling, Caller ID, VM, Call Waiting & Conference Calling

    These plans seem to top out at 5GB of monthly data allowance but, more than likely, not too many people use that much data. Interestingly, you can setup a good plan with Bell for $65/month, as well as pick up a Galaxy Rugby LTE for only $80 with a 3-year contract, or a James Bond phone for $550 outright. Also worth noting is that the new LG Optimus G will be hitting Bell on November 13th, so you can get the Nexus 4′s brother the day it launches alongside one of the four new plans – does that not sound wonderful?

    Telus users can expect to have great 4G coverage with their new service plans and could always pick up the new Optimus G or the Galaxy Note 2 when shopping for new plans.

    The holidays are looking promising with all the new plans coming our way, not to mention all these new Android devices. What else would make this the best holiday season ever?

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    Comments

    • Joey_G

      You on crack? These plans are horrible!

      • http://www.facebook.com/horsefoot.black Horsefoot Black

        lmfaoooo i know

    • http://www.facebook.com/SiecraticMethod Eric Sieck

      I fail to see a single unlimited plan here.

    • popeslope

      the talk and text part is unlimited …. trouble reading?

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