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Bell, Rogers, And Telus Are All Hiking Prices On Their Super Popular 10 GB Data Plans | Narcity

If you were one of the lucky ones who jumped on the 10 GB of data for $60 deal last year get ready, because Bell, Rogers, and Telus are all hiking prices on their popular data plans. Starting this month, all three carriers will begin charging $5-$10  more for those specific data plans and it’s going to have a major impact on Canadian customers.

In fact, it’s going to impact around 368,000 Canadians who all rushed to sign up for the deal when it was first announced in December of last year. The deal, which gave Canadians 10 GB of data, unlimited texting, and calling was so popular that people were spending hours on the phone with customer service reps trying to get onto the plans.

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Now, all those people can expect to pay even more for their next phone bills, but the amount will vary by carrier. Rogers was the first to announce the hike for this plan, which for their customers will be $5. The new pricing will come into effect on their February bills so be on the lookout for that. This will also affect people who got the plan through Fido.

Bell is the same as Rogers with a $5/month increase, but they announced theirs later. This increase is due to come into effect in March and will also impact Virgin Mobile customers.

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