Bell Business Advantage now available for business customers

Jul 12, 2012

Exclusive program helps Bell business customers save on a range of products and services

MONTREAL, July 12, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Bell today announced the launch of the Bell Business Advantage Program, which rewards Bell business customers with savings and exclusive offers on products and services that enable their businesses to be more productive.

Bell's Business Advantage program helps customers save on products they purchase every day, such as technology, office supplies, car rentals, gasoline and courier services. Program partners currently include Avaya, Avis Budget, Cisco, Grand & Toy, Petro-Canada, Purolator, The Source and Toshiba. More partners will be announced as the program expands.

"Bell is committed to helping Canadian businesses grow and succeed, and we've brought together a team of strategic partners to deliver them real savings on a wide range of business products and services," said Tom Little, President, Bell Business Markets.

At no extra cost, Bell business customers with both wireless and wireline accounts can register by visiting Once verified through Bell's online registration tool, customers can start taking advantage of Bell Business Advantage offers immediately.

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