Business phone

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Business phone


Basic Business Line

Best for:

  • A secondary or extra phone line
  • Sending and receiving faxes
  • Setting up a point-of-sale system
  • Compatibility with an existing alarm system
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Optional calling features Can be added as your business grows

Adding more than one feature? Get our Fully Featured line for better value.


On a 3 year contract term

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Fully-featured Line

Best for:

  • A primary phone line
  • Multiple core calling features, such as voicemail and call transfer
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Call Display
7 more Calling features

On a 3 year contract term

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All packages include:

Crystal-clear voice quality

Canada’s most reliable phone service2


Constantly on the go?

Bell Total Connect makes communication seamless across all your devices, whether you’re in the office or on the move.

Bell Total Connect on the go

Get more for your business.

Whether you’re looking for core features like voicemail and call display, or more advanced capabilities that take advantage of the latest technology, Bell has the features you need to run your business.

Long distance

Connect with customers, partners and suppliers wherever they are.


Make it more convenient for non-local customers to reach your business with toll-free calling.

Audio conferencing

With scalable audio conferencing solutions from Bell, you can choose the package that best fits your meeting or event.

Business phone is even better in a bundle.

Save when you bundle Business phone with other Bell Business services, and get access to:

  • Blazing-fast Internet and unlimited monthly usage
  • The best TV service with the most international channels
  • Mobility on Canada’s fastest ranked and largest network2 with coast-to-coast coverage
Additional phone lines

Need another phone line?

Add extra phone lines to keep up with business for as little as $28.76 a month per line.

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  1. Based on total number of phone subscribers in Canada.
  2. Applies to traditional copper-based (excluding fibre-based) wireline telephony; compared to cable telephony and based on continued service during extended power outages at the business’ premises.
  3. As ranked by PCMag. Reprinted from with permission. © 2016 Ziff Davis, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Trademark of Ziff Davis, LLC. Used under license. Largest based on total square km of coverage on the shared LTE network available from Bell vs. Rogers’ LTE network. See for details.