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How long have you had credit (i.e., how old are you)? This could just be a case in which that you're young and while you qualify for the BCE card, because you may have a skimpy or short credit history that you would not be extended the most favorable interest rate.
I've learned that the best rates usually go to the customers with the long histories who pay their bills on time. It just makes sense for them.
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