Bell Business Plans

All Business Team Share Voice Only Plans include: All Business Team Share Data options are Canada-wide data and include tethering. Cannot be combined with 10% discount for bringing in your own device. Service is subject to technical and network limitations. All plans are subject to our Fair Use Policy, which outlines our network management practices. Minimum two smartphone or premium smartphone plans required to take a Business Team Share Plan. Data roaming charged at $3/MB for customers not opted into Data Passes.

Data options can be added in any combination to fit the needs of your team. Offers are for a limited time and are subject to change without notice. Voice Only plans will not share in the data allotment. Each option comes with a Data Overage Rate of $15/GB.

While it may be daunting to try to find the perfect business phone plans for yourself or your organization, the landscape in Canada only has a handful of competitors.

Whether you’re looking for landlines using VOIP (Voice Over IP), business cell phone plans or a virtual phone number, we’ve got you covered. To start, the ‘big 3’ are obviously players in this space, so lets take a look at their offerings.

They have a strong network that’s been built, scaled and updated to the latest technologies over many decades.

Their infrastructure is reliable from a business point of view.Current TELUS unlimited plans in the BYOD tier are as follows: Unlike the Easy Share plans, data in the unlimited plans is not shareable.Also, data is unlimited but will be reduced to a speed of 512 Kbps (Bell and Rogers are 256 Kbps) .In terms of unlimited business plans, Rogers has 3 options: Every additional line of the same plan is cheaper, so Infinite 10 additional line is per month (No Tab), Infinite 20 additional line is per month (No Tab) and Infinite 50 additional line is 5 per month (No Tab).Data use is unlimited however it will be reduced to a speed of 256 Kbps once you pass your monthly allotment.Rogers Data Manager: Rogers has built a portal through which you can log in and allocate, add, block data usage for any of the lines on your account as well as receive alerts when employees are near their threshold.While TELUS may have joined the race after both Bell and Rogers, they have definitely made huge strides to become a national player part of the top 3 big telcos, especially after their merger with BCTel in 1999.While the days of hard telephone lines has long passed us, Bell still has a very good understanding of the business phone market and provides great solutions for business customers of all sizes.For small businesses up to 20 employees, the Bell Total Connect offering provides a seamless set up across all devices to stay connected.Rogers has their new offering of unlimited data plans which extends to businesses as well called the Infinite plans. If you’re looking to also purchase devices for yourself/your employees, plans work the same way as they do for consumers, for example looking at the Infinite 10 plan: No Tab means you bring your own device or purchase it outright while Ultra Tab allows you to purchase the device at the cheapest price (sometimes even [[

Their infrastructure is reliable from a business point of view.

Current TELUS unlimited plans in the BYOD tier are as follows: Unlike the Easy Share plans, data in the unlimited plans is not shareable.

Also, data is unlimited but will be reduced to a speed of 512 Kbps (Bell and Rogers are 256 Kbps) .

In terms of unlimited business plans, Rogers has 3 options: Every additional line of the same plan is $10 cheaper, so Infinite 10 additional line is $65 per month (No Tab), Infinite 20 additional line is $85 per month (No Tab) and Infinite 50 additional line is $115 per month (No Tab).

Data use is unlimited however it will be reduced to a speed of 256 Kbps once you pass your monthly allotment.

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Their infrastructure is reliable from a business point of view.Current TELUS unlimited plans in the BYOD tier are as follows: Unlike the Easy Share plans, data in the unlimited plans is not shareable.Also, data is unlimited but will be reduced to a speed of 512 Kbps (Bell and Rogers are 256 Kbps) .In terms of unlimited business plans, Rogers has 3 options: Every additional line of the same plan is $10 cheaper, so Infinite 10 additional line is $65 per month (No Tab), Infinite 20 additional line is $85 per month (No Tab) and Infinite 50 additional line is $115 per month (No Tab).Data use is unlimited however it will be reduced to a speed of 256 Kbps once you pass your monthly allotment.Rogers Data Manager: Rogers has built a portal through which you can log in and allocate, add, block data usage for any of the lines on your account as well as receive alerts when employees are near their threshold.While TELUS may have joined the race after both Bell and Rogers, they have definitely made huge strides to become a national player part of the top 3 big telcos, especially after their merger with BCTel in 1999.While the days of hard telephone lines has long passed us, Bell still has a very good understanding of the business phone market and provides great solutions for business customers of all sizes.For small businesses up to 20 employees, the Bell Total Connect offering provides a seamless set up across all devices to stay connected.Rogers has their new offering of unlimited data plans which extends to businesses as well called the Infinite plans. If you’re looking to also purchase devices for yourself/your employees, plans work the same way as they do for consumers, for example looking at the Infinite 10 plan: No Tab means you bring your own device or purchase it outright while Ultra Tab allows you to purchase the device at the cheapest price (sometimes even $0) however it is essentially subsidized by an entire plan.We’ll leave this to you to decide where it would make most sense for your business to land.

]]) however it is essentially subsidized by an entire plan.We’ll leave this to you to decide where it would make most sense for your business to land.

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