What is a SIM card?
Your Bell SIM card connects your device to the Bell network. It contains your account information, phone number, contacts and text messages. Your SIM card remains active as long as you subscribe to Bell, so you can move it from one device to another whenever you like.
If you purchase a device from Bell, we provide you with a compatible SIM card. If you're bringing your own device to Bell, you'll need to purchase a SIM card.
- (1) Based on comparison of the shared LTE network theoretical download speeds of up to 75 Mbps (expected average download speeds 12-25 Mbps) vs. the enhanced shared LTE network theoretical download speeds of up to 110 Mbps (expected average download speeds 14-36 Mbps). Actual speeds may vary due to topography, environmental conditions, device type and other factors.
- (2) With compatible devices. Available with a Bell TV and Bell Mobility post-paid plan with the Mobile TV add-on. Mobile TV includes 10 hours/mo.; $3/hr. thereafter. Content and channels subject to change without notice and blackout periods may apply. Select live channels and on demand programming can only be viewed if included in your Bell TV subscription. Content viewed over Wi-Fi at home may vary and will count towards your monthly Internet data usage. See bell.ca/tvanywhere.
- (3) At participating locations. Must be 18 years or older and the legal owner of the phone/tablet traded in. Max. 1 phone/tablet per trade-in. Amount of rebate depends on the value of the phone/tablet; not all phones/tablets will get a rebate. See bell.ca/tradein for details.