My Plan - $60
200 Local Daytime Minutes
E/W @ 6
Fab 10 Nationwide
Unlimited North America SMS / MMS
10 Hours Mobile TV
6GB LTE compatible data
Over the last 15 years I have been with Telus, Rogers and now Bell. Every time I have ever called to switch to an in market plan, I have been pressured to sign a new 3-year agreement. Perhaps Bell is different, but it is always good to do a bit of research on the forums to confirm what I should be able to get before calling.
Thanks for confirming.
Me too I get an error on the self serve site after changing for the new Fab 10 plan 60.
^could it be due to pro-ration - mid cycle bill change?
I just upgraded to this over the phone, and for some reason, the rep says it won't be active in my account until my next billing date of Aug 11? Is this normal for Bell? I've never seen it happen to me before in other carriers, as they normally just prorate it. Because if that's the case, then I might just return the phone I have now and re-buy from the store with the new plan (still under the 14/30).
I'm torn about this plan... I have the $70 6 gig plan which has unlimited incoming, can I get the 7 dollar vm cd?
Hello WorldIrc, it is the first time that self serve doesn't work after changing a plan and there is a few of us here with the problem. I think there is a bug on the system to read the new plan.
I opted for proration. You are billed a month in advance. So, you'll just get a bill credit from the day you change your plan up until your next bill date. Then you are charged for your new plan. It could zero out the charges if the plans cost the same. Otherwise it's not a big deal. You also don't get the full 6GB since you change mid cycle. So the amount you can use still varies as well.