Their prices aren't always the best, but you can save a lot by combining more than one phone line into one account. You can add LTE-enabled smart devices like tablets, smartwatches and mobile internet hotspots to share the data and even get a deal on bonus data. If you have a car built after 1996 then you may even be able to top up that data plan with a Connected Car device that relays information about your car to your smartphone and creates a local Wi-Fi right there in the car. Add two people on your account and share a large data pack to save hundreds of dollars per year when compared to individual plans with Bell. Additional bonus data and per-line discounts can appear from time-to-time when adding lines to an account, so keep your eyes open for promotions that can get you a little extra.
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Monday, January 14
Date: 14 Jan 19 Time: 15:15
Karine Moses Appointed President, Bell Media QuÃ©bec
MONTRÃAL, Jan. 14, 2019 /CNW/ - Bell Media announced today the appointment of Karine Moses as President, Bell Media QuÃ©bec, effective immediately. Based in MontrÃ©al, Moses' new role encompasses all programming, production, and scheduling operations for Bell Media's French-language TV properties including RDS. Today's announcement follows Gerry Frappier's decision to retire on March 31, 2019. Formerly President, French-language TV and RDS, Frappier will remain with Bell Media as a Special Advisor during the transition and leading up to his retirement. She was most recently President of Astral, Bell Media's out-of-home advertising division, while also serving as Vice-President of Bell Media Sales in QuÃ©bec since 2016, managing revenues and sales teams in the province. For her full bio click here.
Date: 14 Jan 19 Time: 11:13
National Bank Financial Downgrades BCE (TSE:BCE) to Sector Perform
Finally, Desjardins raised BCE from a hold rating to a buy rating and reduced their price target for the stock from C$60.75 to C$59.50 in a research report on Thursday, October 18th. The company has a current ratio of 0.58, a quick ratio of 0.45 and a debt-to-equity ratio of 115.69. During the same period in the previous year, the firm earned $0.68 earnings per share. As a group, research analysts anticipate that BCE will post 3.67000003926913 earnings per share for the current year. In other BCE news, insider Glen Leblanc sold 7,471 shares of the stock in a transaction dated Thursday, November 29th.
Saturday, January 12
Date: 12 Jan 19 Time: 14:26
Bce Inc (TSP:BCE) social chatter is higher than usual
Thursday, January 10
Date: 10 Jan 19 Time: 12:00
BCE Q4 2018 results and 2019 guidance to be announced February 7
MONTRÉAL, Jan. 10, 2019 /CNW/ - BCE Inc. (BCE.TO) (BCE) will hold its fourth-quarter 2018 results and 2019 guidance conference call with the financial community on Thursday, February 7, 2019 at 8:00 am eastern. Participants will include George Cope , President and Chief Executive Officer, and Glen LeBlanc , Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. A replay will be available until midnight March 14 , 2019 by dialing 1-800-408-3053 or 905-694-9451 and entering passcode 9524178#. BCE is Canada's largest communications company, providing advanced Bell broadband wireless, TV, Internet and business communications services alongside Canada's premier content creation and media assets from Bell Media.
Tuesday, January 08
Date: 08 Jan 19 Time: 14:39
Bell Canada Seeks Permission To Collect Customers` Personal Information
Bell Canada, the country's largest telecommunications group, is seeking permission to collect information from its customers' mobile phones, internet usage, television viewing habits and app preferences. Bell says it is following companies such as Google and Facebook in seeking to collect massive amounts of information about the activities and preferences of its customers nationwide. Bell began asking customers in December for permission to track everything they do through its services. "Tailored marketing means Bell will be able to customize advertising based on participant account information and service usage patterns, similar to the ways that companies like Google and others have been doing for some time," the company said in a recent notice to customers. If given permission by customers, Bell says it will collect information about its customers' age, gender, billing addresses, and the specific tablet, television or other devices used to access Bell services.
Monday, January 07
Date: 07 Jan 19 Time: 16:59
Bell asking customers for permission to collect more personal information for tailored marketing program
TORONTO — Canada’s largest telecommunications group is getting mixed reviews for its plan to follow the lead of companies like Google and Facebook in collecting massive amounts of information about the activities and preferences of its customers. “Tailored marketing means Bell will be able to customize advertising based on participant account information and service usage patterns, similar to the ways that companies like Google and others have been doing for some time,” the company says in recent notices to customers. If given permission, Bell will collect information about its customers’ age, gender, billing addresses, and the specific tablet, television or other devices used to access Bell services. “Bell’s marketing partners will not receive the personal information of program participants; we just deliver the offers relevant to the program participants on their behalf,” the company assures customers. Teresa Scassa, who teaches law at the University of Ottawa and holds the Canada Research Chair in Information Law and Policy, says Bell has done a good job of explaining what it wants to do. But Scassa says Bell customers who opt into Bell’s new program could be giving away commercially valuable personal information with little to no compensation for increased risks to their privacy and security. What do I get in return?
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Date: 07 Jan 19 Time: 16:09
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Thursday, January 03
Date: 03 Jan 19 Time: 10:05
Wireless Carrier Strategies and Growth Opportunities in Mobile Worker Apps Market, 2018 Report Featuring AT&T, Bell Canada, Rogers, Sprint, TELUS, U.S. Cellular & Verizon
Mobile worker applications are software solutions that allow remote and mobile employees real-time access to and exchange of business information, collaboration, and/or guidance via their smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. These solutions are also called "mobile B2E or business-to-employee apps." The mobile worker apps conversation can start sales discussions around the carriers' core and adjacent services. No matter what challenges are faced, carriers that are not participating in the mobile worker apps sector are likely squandering the opportunity to make more money, reduce customer churn, and burnish their technology credentials.Key Issues Addressed. What are current wireless carrier strategies regarding mobile worker software applications? What specific apps, if any, are offered by each of the top seven carriers in North America? How do mobile worker apps help carriers and their customers address the generational shift taking place in North American companies? What are the key issues and trends that have emerged around wireless carriers offering mobile worker apps?
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|Quaterly Earnings Growth||1.90%|
|Quaterly Revenue Growth||3.20%|
|Revenue per share||25.86|