reply to maxboha
Re: [Internet] Why is price increasing Jan. 2013?
said by maxboha:The increase on phone is $2.03 and the long distance package is a $3 increase. So, this would be a $5.03 increase for the phone and long distance plan. I don't have a long distance plan, I use 10-10-YAK for how little long distance calling I do. And I never get charged an access fee for using it. said by nitzguy:
Note: Bell Internet 5 and Bell Internet 5 Plus are excluded from the price increase.
....I'm guessing if you're a Bell subscriber you're not affected?
Im on bell performance 7 mbps plan , but im reaching like 5-6 mbps
I read on the bell website, tv, phone and internet service will all get the 3 $ increase ... Anyone has a great phone company on cogeco/bell network?I know teksavvy resell bells phone line but some people said that it dosent work well
I have the same Bell internet package as you. I was over at the cogeco site comparing their internet 20 package with wireless and home phone. When Bell's new prices start, I can save $28.23 a month or $338.76 a year before taxes for the first 12 months with cogeco. After that it is a savings of $18.23 a month or $218.76 a year compared to Bell. Now, I know people have problems with cogeco, but people have problems with bell too. So, it's a gamble on if I will get good service or not.
Spent 2 weeks at my parents house taking care of their dog while they were away in the summer and they have all 3 cogeco services. I had no problems at all with the service. Enjoyed that the internet was faster than mine. So, I am strongly thinking of switching and going bell free.
Edit: I see some of the long distance packages are a $2 increase, just one is a $3 increase. Still, it's a hit in the wallet if you have a long distance plan with bell.
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