Bell Bell Student Plans 2017: Fibe 25 Internet $49.95/month, Fibe 50 Internet $54.95/month, Fibe 100 Internet $59.95/month + More Student Plans! Fibe 25 Internet $50/month + More!

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The internet is a student's best friend, so research assignments faster and play online games quicker with the 2017 student plans from Bell, which are available to order now!

There are four internet plans available, each with pricing guaranteed for eight months. We recommend opting for one of the three plans with unlimited bandwidth so you'll be able to stream movies and download your assignments without having to worry about any data caps.

We've listed each student plan and their features below.

Fibe 25 Internet - $49.95/month (regularly $74.95/month)

  • Up to 25 Mbps download speed
  • Up to 10 Mbps upload speed
  • 350GB of monthly usage

Fibe 50 Internet - $54.95/month (regularly $89.95/month)

  • Up to 50 Mbps download speed
  • Up to 50 Mbps upload speed
  • Unlimited usage

Fibe 100 Internet - $59.95/month (regularly $94.95/month)

  • Up to 100 Mbps download speed
  • Up to 10 Mbps upload speed
  • Unlimited usage

Fibe 150 Internet - $64.95/month (regularly $99.95/month)

  • Up to 150 Mbps download speed
  • Up to 50 Mbps upload speed
  • Unlimited usage

These student plans are available until September 30 to new Bell customers only and student verification may be required for activation. The standard rates will be effective after the eight month promotional period ends and these plans are only available in regions eligible for Bell service.

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    • 150/50 mbits unlimited 65$
      not bad~
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    • Virgin Home Internet prices are better, and it's still Bell.
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    • deal_king wrote:
      Jul 31st, 2017 4:45 pm
      Virgin Home Internet prices are better, and it's still Bell.
      Does Virgin do FTTH? It's better on DSL, but if you want FTTH and those upload speeds you can only get it from Bell AFAIK.
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    • Millenniunn wrote:
      Jul 31st, 2017 4:43 pm
      150/50 mbits unlimited 65$
      not bad~
      For $8.90 more, I got gigabit with TV and phone included a few months ago.
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    • LNahid2000 wrote:
      Jul 31st, 2017 5:27 pm
      For $8.90 more, I got gigabit with TV and phone included a few months ago.
      Sweet deal, congrats
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    • LNahid2000 wrote:
      Jul 31st, 2017 5:27 pm
      For $8.90 more, I got gigabit with TV and phone included a few months ago.
      I'm also interested in getting it with a TV? Is there anything I can do?
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    • I got 300/100 for $65/month just yesterday via online chat
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    • TheWalrus wrote:
      Jul 31st, 2017 4:54 pm
      Does Virgin do FTTH? It's better on DSL, but if you want FTTH and those upload speeds you can only get it from Bell AFAIK.
      Virgin is fibe but not directly to home like their higher speeds.
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    • LNahid2000 wrote:
      Jul 31st, 2017 5:27 pm
      For $8.90 more, I got gigabit with TV and phone included a few months ago.
      Yep, same here. From a door to door Bell salesman no less.

      (and a $100 Bell gift card plus cost coverage for cancelling my contract with Rogers)
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    • LNahid2000 wrote:
      Jul 31st, 2017 5:27 pm
      For $8.90 more, I got gigabit with TV and phone included a few months ago.
      It's with Good TV right? With Better TV you can get it at $98.90 as I did
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    • illicit wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 12:31 am
      It's with Good TV right? With Better TV you can get it at $98.90 as I did
      I'd really want to get what you guy got, do I juste need to wait for someone to come knocking at my door?
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    • The exact same plan ,is available from carry tel and cannet at half Price.
      So a big no to red and blue.
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    • DARSHAKJUST4U wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 12:46 pm
      The exact same plan ,is available from carry tel and cannet at half Price.
      So a big no to red and blue.

      Again, no ftth; just copper.
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    • Just spoke with a live chat representative and they said these deals are only available to new customers so if you already have an existing package you're out of luck like me :(

      EDIT: While talking to the rep, he also mentioned this

      Jacob: Only a new account can be availed with this deal.
      Jacob: And a Student ID is must to make use of this deal.
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    • Peter9113 wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 2:20 pm
      Just spoke with a live chat representative and they said these deals are only available to new customers so if you already have an existing package you're out of luck like me :(

      EDIT: While talking to the rep, he also mentioned this

      Jacob: Only a new account can be availed with this deal.
      Jacob: And a Student ID is must to make use of this deal.
      Yes, just cancel and sign up again with your SO's or your roommate's name. idk about student ID, they've asked for a student ID number over the chat so I made one up just to get the details on the price and that's all they asked, the agent was ready to sign me up here and now.
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    • Peter9113 wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 2:20 pm
      Just spoke with a live chat representative and they said these deals are only available to new customers so if you already have an existing package you're out of luck like me :(

      EDIT: While talking to the rep, he also mentioned this

      Jacob: Only a new account can be availed with this deal.
      Jacob: And a Student ID is must to make use of this deal.
      Sounds like an incentive to cancel to me
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    • Thanks OP! I'll be sure to try this again at a later time.
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    • LoANeal wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 2:31 pm
      Sounds like an incentive to cancel to me
      Isn't it always the case? I am a "new" customer to Bell and the cable company every 6-12 months because of their ridiculous new customer only discounts while older customers get inferior offers after spending hours on the phone with retentions. It's just easier and quicker to cancel and signup again under whoever else lives here's name.
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    • TheWalrus wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 2:36 pm
      Isn't it always the case? I am a "new" customer to Bell and the cable company every 6-12 months because of their ridiculous new customer only discounts while older customers get inferior offers after spending hours on the phone with retentions. It's just easier and quicker to cancel and signup again under whoever else lives here's name.
      Question regarding re-signing up as another person. What's the transition like? Do you have any downtime in between cancelling and having the new service starting? Do they take your modem and give you a new one?
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    • Peter9113 wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 4:02 pm
      Question regarding re-signing up as another person. What's the transition like? Do you have any downtime in between cancelling and having the new service starting? Do they take your modem and give you a new one?
      I usually schedule it all (disconnection + connection) on the same day. They'll swap the modems but you can keep using your old one with the new login if you haven't received the replacement yet; so usually no downtime at all. Since you are mailing the old modem back yourself, you can do it after you have the replacement (they give you a week or two to send it back I think).
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