Data works, there's no BB/RIM log near the antenna icons, only H+ (in capitals).
BBM does not work.
^Which is what we expected....Data on Bell's side, but no RIM provisioning; definitely didn't require an entire conversation though, it has been like that since the start!
Maybe yes, but reading through this thread it wasn't 100% confirmed that using a BB wouldn't have all the features.
zNew DynamicBiz Corp 250 - 36M
250 mins + 50 bonus | Unl. Local Incoming | Unl. Evng + Wknds 6pm - 8am | B2B 10
0.10c and 0.20c LD CAN and US | Unl. Txt Msging | Unl. Mobile Browser (disappeared?) | Msg Centre | CD, CW, CF, DB, 3-Way | SAF + 911 waived | 500MB Smartphone Data
Total $22.60 w/tax
That was a good night using Fibe 12
^ AFAIK, a data plan cannot co-exist with UMB on the same account. At least that was the case with Rogers when I was with them. Maybe month to month was an exception due to different code (?), or maybe it was just a matter of time before they had to remove UMB.
^Data plans on Bell don't have different codes based on term; so that wouldn't be it.
I'm not sure about before, but now, UMB conflicts with all other data plans. The good news is users on that corporate plan could probably have UMB reinstated; but they'd have to remove their data plan.
Is it possible to do it once my contract is over?
Although I have what everyone calls the "Enbridge plan", which I got through my mom, she doesn't work for Enbridge, never has. She got it through what was at the time an authorized reseller of Bell (at the 2008 HRPA conference). This reseller, Totallyone, was audited by Bell and I think shut down (probably because they shouldn't have given Enbridge plans to people with an HRPA designation?). In fact, when my mom tried to talk to Bell earlier this year about adding a 3rd account with this plan for herself (TotallyOne had previously told her she could do up to four), she said that Bell had talked down to her and spoken rudely, since she wanted and had an Enbridge plan, without being one of their employees.
Any advice WorldIRC without getting you in trouble (anything that could change my situation, even if it meant leaving Bell)?
^You can remove your data plan at anytime. Your contract will tell you much this would cost ($200 max usually).
As for publicly admitting you're on the Enbridge plan...I'd be careful what you say to Bell Enbridge was activating on hundreds of lines when it shouldn't have been. If you read your service agreement, if they audited your mom, they could charge her back for every discount ever received as a result
I'm not sure what you're asking in your final question, but feel free to PM me if you wish.