I forgot to mention. When you try to setup an account with Bell you need to give them the IMEI # of a device that their network support. In my case, I gave them the IMEI# of my Rogers iPhone 3GS. It worked like a charm. **
Today I decided to take a chance and get my iPad 3G working in Canada. Unfortunately, living in the Great White North, we aren’t as special as our friends to the south and getting the iPad 3G to work requires a little bit of ingenuity.
Thankfully, in 2 easy steps you can get your iPad 3G working in Canada on the Bell network.
1. Find a local Bell Mobility store and setup a 3G Data Only Plan. You won’t find it on the website, just ask in store. (no contract required!). 5GB for $65.
2. Get out a pair of scissors and start trimming the Bell SIM.
I posted some images of my iPad with the lovely Bell 3G up top as well as some images of the SIM card comparison. Check them out before you start cutting just to be sure!
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