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Postpaid Customer Service
(Monday to Friday, 9am-9pm. Saturday, 9am-6pm. Sunday 12pm-5pm.)

From Cellular *611
From Landline 1-800-667-0123
From USA 1-800-667 ROAM (7626)

Prepaid customer Service (Monday to Friday, 9am - 5 pm)
From Cellular #321
From Landline 1-888-537-9999

Bell Canada Repair
If your home phone goes down, you can still use your cell to call Bell Canada Repair by dialing #611

Message Centre (Postpaid)
Dial cell number eg:(123)555-1212
Wait until the greeting starts, then press # xxxx (xxxx is 4 digit password)

Message Centre (Prepaid)
If you're in Quebec, Kingston, Brockville, Cornwall, Ottawa and surrounding areas, to retrieve messages from a cell phone, dial 9998 + send, and wait for the prompt to enter your password. To retrieve messages from a landline phone, dial 1-877-907-5157. All other Ontario residents must dial 9999 + send from their cell phone or dial 1-888-304-8058 from a landline and wait for the prompt to enter their password.

To change the number of rings before a call goes to voicemail
*94 x (x is the number of rings 0-9) eg *945 would be 5 rings

Call Forwarding
*72 xxx xxx xxxx (10 digit number)
*720 un-forward

Block Caller ID Status
*67
Display Caller ID Status
*82

Voicenet (requires feature subscription)
#8888

Toll Free Test Call
*BELL (2355)

Toll Free Prepaid Top-up
#321

Feedback received on this FAQ entry:
  • On HSPA phones number of rings to voicemail on Bell Mobility as I've have been told by another user: (note: this are in multiples of five) *61*6473832355*11* [enter your five interger here] 15 being network default at 3 rings to voicemail] if that's too few rings, change the value by a mutiple of 5 only, using values other than 5 | 10 | 15 | 20 - etc will change the default to an unknown value. Once done press (send) *dial* that string of digits you have entered on your phone]

    2012-02-12 18:29:38 (siljaline See Profile)

  • On Bell CDMA phones, *94 (plus) number of desired rings, controls number of rings to voicemail. *94 (plus) 5 would be the default.

    2010-09-18 19:51:25 (siljaline See Profile)



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last modified: 2003-05-30 12:10:57