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Well, well, well, what do we have here? The ‘Big 3′ networks in Canada have magically unified their Flex Tablet Plan promotions, as all of them now offer the same two months unlimited promo for your LTE iPad.
First, Rogers offered the two months unlimited LTE data plan, and now Bell, Virgin, and Telus have done the exact same.
Rogers will double your data for the next four months … Read More
Now that the new iPad has finally been unveiled, its true potential can only be reached with an always-on 4G network. The ‘Big Three’ –Bell, Rogers and Telus – all offer plans that will be ready for your brand-spanking new LTE-enabled iPad.
To get people on the 4G bandwagon, the ‘Big Three’ all offer two options: monthly plans and flex-rate plans. And the great thing is that you don’t have to sign … Read More
Earlier we noted Rogers would support the new iPad Personal Hotspot tethering feature, and now we have received confirmation from Bell. We spoke with Bell PR over the phone and they clarified the following:
New iPads will arrive with a Bell LTE microSIM
Existing 3G data plan users can upgrade to LTE for no extra charge; just call in and transfer your account to the new LTE microSIM
Personal Hotspot … Read More
In no surprise at all, this week Virgin Mobile, subsidiary brand of Bell Mobility, has launched new Tablet Flexi-Data plans for iPad.
The new non-contract data offers are identical to the new Bell data plans that recently launched. The two new plans are postpaid offers with flex data (activate by calling Virgin Mobile):
- $20/month Flex Data: 500MB (if data exceeds 500MB, the customer is automatically moved to $35/month)
- $35/month Flex Data: … Read More
When the iPad launched in Canada, Bell Mobility was among the first wireless carriers to offer contract-free data plans for iPad.
At that time, Bell had two prepaid data plans available (activate on iPad):
- $15/month: 250MB (if data amount is exceeded, customer must repurchase another package; no overage fees)
- $35/month: 5GB (if data amount is exceeded, customer must repurchase another package; no overage fees)
Going forward, the company still offers the original … Read More
Bell launched their iPad data plans near the end of May. People using iPad 3G units have been able to activate their choice of iPad data plans right on their iPad.
A recent carrier update to Bell iPad 3G users has introduced a new feature–My Account; this is where you can top up your data plan at anytime. This is going to make things more convenient for iPad 3G users … Read More
Are you an upcoming iPhone 4 owner? Bell has introduced their iPhone 4 prices but more importantly they’ve announced a new 6GB/$30 data plan (to compete with Rogers). What’s even cooler is that for $10/month extra, you can share this data plan with your iPad 3G!
Here are the details:
iPhone 4 Promotion Details–Including iPad Offer:
-To get the lowest 3-year price on this phone, choose any combination of voice, data plan and … Read More
The iPad’s launch in Canada has been quite successful so far according to your latest opinions on the device. I already told you my review of the iPad but what I haven’t touched on is which network is best for iPad 3G users? We have covered the iPad 3G plans from Rogers, Telus and Bell. As for which carrier to go with, that comes down to … Read More
Update 1: Looks like Best Buy “tickets” indicate a $50 for 5GB plan from Telus. Also, the first month of activation on 3G is unlimited data. Also reports of a $35 setup fee.
Thanks to the guys in the comments for the updates!
Do you have your iPad yet? What model did you buy? If you’re … Read More
On the eve of the iPad launch in Canada, the following information includes some Q&A regarding the Bell, Rogers, and Telus iPad 3G data plans and various conditions surrounding those packages.
iPad 3G Q&A
1.) Where can I purchase my iPad 3G?
Both the iPad WiFi and iPad 3G may be purchased through Apple Stores, Apple Online Stores, and select Apple Resellers in Canada. Contact your local Apple Store/Reseller for availability.
2.) Who are … Read More