Nitrogen-doped multiwalled carbon nanotubes with poly(bisphenol A carbonate) composites were prepared through simple solution blending. The scaling law, which is based on the percolation theory, is used to describe the electrical conductivities of the composites. Both direct current and alternating current conductivities are in good agreement with the unprecedented high saturated conductivities of the pristine samples (σsat = ∼734 s·cm−1, pc = 0.19 wt%). We attributed the high conductivities to the binding of nanotubes into large but tight bundles, which enable the composites to carry more charges. This is notably different from the conventional method, which focuses on forming a well-dispersed three-dimensional network resulting in the conductivities having a lower order of magnitude.