Just one day after Rogers announced the first major unlimited wireless data plan in Canada, competitors Bell and Telus clapped back with offers of their own.

The unlimited data plan announced by Bell is identical to Rogers, where customers will get 10GB of high speed data for $75, and receive lower speeds (256 Kbps) after that limit at no additional cost.

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This $75 includes unlimited calls across Canada for people who choose the “Bring Your Own Device” option.

According to the Bell website, this offer is available until June 30th.

On the other hand Canada’s third major telecom company, Telus, launched a highly competitive promotion, offering 10GB + 5GB of bonus data for $75/month.

This offer applies to all new and existing customers who own their devices. Customers have until July 2nd to get in on this deal.

According to the Terms & Conditions, the bonus 5GB of data will expire after 2 years but customers can continue to use the 10GB for $75 after that point.