new bell canada logoBell is one of the major sponsors in this year’s Vancouver Olympic Games, and in line with this sporting event, they’ve launched what they call the 2010 Winter Games Plans. Aptly called Bronze, Silver and Gold, these plans are available to interested subscribers up until February 28th on new activations and if they agree to a minimum 3-yr contract.

Here's what each plan has to offer:

Bronze Plan ($30/month)

  • 100 minutes
  • Unlimited nights and weekends (6pm-7am) local calling
  • Unlimited 2010 Winter Games Content (TV events, video highlights, live radio coverage)
  • Unlimited Mobile Browser
  • No text messages

Silver Plan ($40/month)

  • 150 minutes
  • Unlimited nights and weekends (6pm-7am) local calling
  • Unlimited 2010 Winter Games Content (TV events, video highlights, live radio coverage)
  • Unlimited Mobile Browser
  • 250 text messages

Gold BlackBerry/Smartphone Plan ($55/month)

  • 200 minutes
  • 500MB of data
  • Unlimited nights and weekends (6pm-7am) local calling
  • Unlimited 2010 Winter Games Content (TV events, video highlights, live radio coverage)
  • Unlimited Mobile Browser
  • 2500 text messages

bell-olympics-planIf you’re a sports buff who wants to keep abreast of the latest happenings in the winter games, there’s no question these plans will excite you. Do note, however, that minutes for voice calls are limited to the local Bell Mobility coverage area. Calls made outside will be assessed the appropriate long distance and roaming charges ($0.35/min – Canada/USA). The unlimited mobile browser also does not apply when you use the phone as a modem and there’s a one-time activation fee of $35 as well.

Still sound good to you? Then head on over here to find out more about their latest plan offerings.

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