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How to Program Your Bell Mobility BlackBerry? Curve 8330

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Using this short guide, we will walk you through the process of programming your phone number into your Blackberry Curve 8330 for Bell Mobility. Don?t worry; the process isn?t hard. In eight easy steps, you?ll have your phone programmed in no time.? And you?ll save up to $25 on in-store programming fees.

So, let?s get started!

Step 1: From the main menu, press [#][#] and then your six-digit Lock Code. If you do not have your Lock Code, you can contact Bell Mobility customer service by phone at 1-800-667-0123. Or you can watch our video Activating Your Bell Cell at bell.ca to find out how to get your Lock Code.

Step 2: Press in the track ball. The CDMA SERVICE PROGRAM EDIT SCREEN will appear.

Step 3: In the Mobile Directory Number field, go to the end of the existing phone number.? Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 4: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 5: In the IMSI_S field, go to the end of the existing phone number.? Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 6: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 7: Press the track ball to view the menu.

Step 8: Highlight the SAVE option and press in the track wheel to select it. You will see the message WRITE SUCCESSFUL. RESETTING DEVICE appear briefly and then your BlackBerry Curve 8330 will shut down. It will restart on its own.

And you?re done. You?ve just programmed your BlackBerry Curve 8330 phone for Bell Mobility.

Now that you?ve programmed your phone number, your phone should be ready to use, as long as it has already been activated by Bell.? If you have not yet activated your phone, you can have it done in the store or, if you?re a do-it-yourselfer, you can watch our video on Activating Your Bell Cell Phone for a complete set of instructions.

And if you liked this article you can find more articles and videos for Bell Mobility users at http://cellarama.com/articles/ – At Cellarama.com you?ll also find great contract-free?Bell cell phones. By A. Thompson

How to Program Your Bell Mobility BlackBerry? 8830 World Edition

Friday, November 27th, 2009

Using this short guide, we will walk you through the process of programming your phone number into your Blackberry 8830 World Edition for Bell Mobility. Don?t worry; the process isn?t hard. In eight easy steps, you?ll have your phone programmed in no time.? And you?ll save up to $25 on in-store programming fees.

So, let?s get started!

Step 1: From the main menu, press [#][#] and then your six-digit Lock Code. If you do not have your Lock Code, you can contact Bell Mobility customer service by phone at 1-800-667-0123. Or you can watch our video Activating Your Bell Cell at bell.ca to find out how to get your Lock Code.

Step 2: Press in the track ball. The CDMA SERVICE PROGRAM EDIT SCREEN will appear.

Step 3: In the Mobile Directory Number field, go to the end of the existing phone number.? Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 4: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 5: In the IMSI_S field, go to the end of the existing phone number.? Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 6: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 7: Press the track ball to view the menu.

Step 8: Highlight the SAVE option and press in the track wheel to select it. You will see the message WRITE SUCCESSFUL. RESETTING DEVICE appear briefly and then your BlackBerry 8830 World Edition will shut down. It will restart on its own.

And you?re done. You?ve just programmed your BlackBerry 8830 World Edition phone for Bell Mobility.

Now that you?ve programmed your phone number, your phone should be ready to use, as long as it has already been activated by Bell.? If you have not yet activated your phone, you can have it done in the store or, if you?re a do-it-yourselfer, watch our video on Activating Your Bell Cell Phone for a complete set of instructions.

And if you liked this article you can find more articles and videos for Bell Mobility users at http://cellarama.com/articles/ – At Cellarama.com you?ll also find great contract-free?Bell cell phones. By A. Thompson

How to Program Your Bell Mobility BlackBerry? 8703e

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Using this short guide, we will walk you through the process of programming your phone number into your Blackberry 8703e for Bell Mobility. Don?t worry; the process isn?t hard. In eight easy steps, you?ll have your phone programmed in no time. ?And you?ll save up to $25 on in-store programming fees.

So, let?s get started!

Step 1: From the main menu, press [#][#] and then your six-digit Lock Code. If you do not have your Lock Code, you can?contact Bell Mobility customer service by phone at 1-800-667-0123. Or you can watch our video Activating Your Bell Cell at bell.ca to find out how to get your Lock Code.

Step 2: Press in the track wheel (at the side of the BlackBerry). The CDMA SERVICE PROGRAM EDIT SCREEN will appear.

Step 3: In the Mobile Directory Number field, go to the end of the existing phone number.? Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 4: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 5: In the IMSI_S field, go to the end of the existing phone number.? Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 6: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 7: Press the track wheel on the side of your BlackBerry to see the menu in the top right corner.

Step 8: Highlight the SAVE option and press in the track wheel to select it. You will see the message WRITE SUCCESSFUL. RESETTING DEVICE appear briefly and then your BlackBerry 8703e will shut down. It will restart on its own.

And you?re done. You?ve just programmed your BlackBerry 8703e phone for Bell Mobility.

Now that you?ve programmed your phone number, your phone should be ready to use, as long as it has already been activated by Bell.? If you have not yet activated your phone, you can have it done in the store or, if you?re a do-it-yourselfer, watch our video on Activating Your Bell Cell Phone for a complete set of instructions.

And if you liked this article you can find more articles and videos for Bell Mobility users at http://cellarama.com/articles/ – At Cellarama.com you?ll also find great contract-free?Bell cell phones. By A. Thompson

How to Program Your Bell Mobility BlackBerry? 7250

Friday, November 20th, 2009

Using this short guide, we will walk you through the process of programming your phone number into your Blackberry 7250 PDA for Bell Mobility. Don?t worry; the process isn?t hard. In twelve easy steps, you?ll have your phone programmed in no time. And you?ll save up to $25 on in-store programming fees.

So, let?s get started!

Step 1: From the main menu, press [#][#] and then your six-digit Lock Code. If you do not have your Lock Code, you can contact Bell Mobility customer service by phone at 1-800-667-0123. Or you can watch our video Activating Your Bell Cell at bell.ca to find out how to get your Lock Code.

Step 2: Press in the track wheel (at the side of the BlackBerry). The CDMA SERVICE PROGRAM EDIT SCREEN will appear.

Step 3: In the Mobile Directory Number field, go to the end of the existing phone number. Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 4: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 5: In the IMSI_S field, go to the end of the existing phone number. Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 6: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 7: Scroll to the bottom of the programming screen. Enter your SIP User ID where you see the e-mail address. Enter your SIP User ID in the form?yournumber@blackberry.1x.bell.ca (replace "yournumber" with your 10 digit cell phone number).

Step 8: Enter your SIP PW (password). Your SIP PW is your electronic serial number. This can be found by removing your battery. Please note: The characters for the SIP PW must be in capital letters.

Step 9: Press the track wheel on the side of your BlackBerry to see the menu in the top right corner.

Step 10: Highlight the SAVE option and press in the track wheel to select it. You will see the message WRITE SUCCESSFUL. RESETTING DEVICE appear briefly and then your BlackBerry 7250 will shut down. It will restart on its own.

Step 11: Once the initialization is complete, confirm that the mobile number is correct.

Step 12: Repeat steps 1 and 2 and check that the number shown in the MY NUMBER field is your cell phone number.

And you?re done. You?ve just programmed your BlackBerry 7250 phone for Bell Mobility.

Now that you?ve programmed your phone number, your phone should be ready to use, as long as it has already been activated by Bell.? If you have not yet activated your phone, have it done in the store or, if you?re a do-it-yourselfer, watch our video on Activating Your Bell Cell Phone at bell.ca for a complete set of instructions.

And if you liked this article you can find more articles and videos for Bell Mobility users at http://cellarama.com/articles/ – At Cellarama.com you?ll also find great contract-free?Bell cell phones. By A. Thompson

Bell next to follow Rogers/Telus and rid infamous SAF fee

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Bell cuts controversial tax

Bell cuts controversial tax

This Summer Rogers dumped it’s monthly SAF charge (oddly enough Rogers customers bills increased), last month Telus followed by ridding their SAF charge. ?As early as November 20th Bell Mobility, that last of the big three Canadian carriers with a monthly SAF, will announce the?elimination?of their SAF.

What is the SAF? ?The SAF is short for “System Access Fee”. ?All three carriers have positioned the fee as a monthly charge that covers network maintenance and upgrades.

Here’s Bell Mobility’s official explaination:

The System Access Fee is charged monthly by Bell to help recover the costs associated with operating and maintaining a wireless network, including costs for ongoing maintenance, new equipment installations and technology upgrades.

The fee varied by carrier from $6.95 to $8.95 per month plus 911 Fees.

Of course there are still many BIG questions like:

1. How will Bell implement the elimination of the charge? Will they, like Rogers, increase the cost of their package by an amount greater than their current cost of their SAF. ?Or will Bell follow Telus’ example and put a couple of bucks back in the pocket of their customers?

2. The second BIG question is will this change apply?immediately?to all customers on all plans, or will this apply to only new monthly plans forcing customers to upgrade their plans to get the savings?

Ultimately this should be good news for Cellarama customers everywhere.

Let’s wait for the official announcement and see.

To your wireless success,
Alvin

How to Program Your Bell Mobility BlackBerry? 7130e

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

Using this short guide, we will walk you through the process of programming your phone number into your Blackberry 7130e for Bell Mobility. Don?t worry; the process isn?t hard. In eight easy steps, you?ll have your phone programmed in no time.? And you?ll save up to $25 on in-store programming fees.

So, let?s get started!

Step 1: From the main menu, press [#][#] and then your six-digit Lock Code. If you do not have your Lock Code, contact Bell Mobility customer service by phone at 1-800-667-0123. Or watch our video Activating Your Bell Cell at bell.ca to find out how to get your Lock Code.

Step 2: Press in the track wheel (at the side of the BlackBerry). The CDMA SERVICE PROGRAM EDIT SCREEN will appear.

Step 3: In the Mobile Directory Number field, go to the end of the existing phone number.? Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 4: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 5: In the IMSI_S field, go to the end of the existing phone number.? Click the [DEL] button to remove the existing number.

Step 6: Enter in your ten-digit cell phone number, including the area code.

Step 7: Press the track wheel on the side of your BlackBerry to see the menu in the top right corner.

Step 8: Highlight the SAVE option and press in the track wheel to select it. You will see the message WRITE SUCCESSFUL. RESETTING DEVICE appear briefly and then your BlackBerry 7130e will shut down. It will restart on its own.

And you?re done. You?ve just programmed your BlackBerry 7130e phone for Bell Mobility.

Now that you?ve programmed your phone number, your phone should be ready to use, as long as it has already been activated by Bell.? If you have not yet activated your phone, you can have it done in the store or, if you?re a do-it-yourselfer, watch our video on Activating Your Bell Cell Phone for a complete set of instructions.

And if you liked this article you can find more articles and videos for Bell Mobility users at http://cellarama.com/articles/ – At http://cellarama.com you?ll also find great contract-free cell phones for Bell Mobility. Written by A. Thompson

Looking for your Bell Mobility BlackBerry User Manual? Find your BlackBerry Manual here…

Thursday, November 12th, 2009
Free Bell Mobility BlackBerry Manuals

Free Bell Mobility BlackBerry Manuals

Have you been looking for your Bell Mobility BlackBerry User Manual Online?

Just when you need your user guide the most there’s a great chance you won’t have it near you! ?This simple resource is your easy access to Bell Mobility BlackBerry user manuals. ?Simply find your model below and click on the link:

Bell Mobility Blackberry User Guides (PDF)

Bell Blackberry 6750 BlackBerry User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry 7130e User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry 7250 User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry 7750 User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry 8703e User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry 8830 World Edition User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry Pearl 8130 User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry Curve 8330 User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry Storm 9530 User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry Tour 9630 User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry Bold 9000 User Guide(english)(francais)
Bell Blackberry Bold 9700 User Guide(english)(francais)

And if you liked this article you can find more articles and videos for Bell Mobility users at http://cellarama.com/articles/ – At http://cellarama.com you?ll also find great contract-free cell phones for Bell Mobility. Written by A. Thompson

How to Dry a Wet Bell Cell Phone

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Have you ever forgotten to take your Bell Mobility cell phone out of your pocket before tossing your clothes in the washer?? Maybe you?ve gone swimming completely forgetting you had your cell phone on you? Whatever the reason for your wet cell phone if you are fast enough you just might be able to salvage it. Use this simple guide.

Be Quick – As fast as possible get it out of the water.? Even though phones are pretty tightly sealed in under 20 seconds water can penetrate the seal. Grab your Bell phone out of the water as quick as you can. Remove the phone from the case (if it was in a case).

Don?t Panic ? If you?re quick and you get your phone out of the water as quick as possible there?s a good chance it won?t be too seriously damaged.

Take the Battery Out ? Immediately remove the battery from your Bell phone. The faster you can cut power to your phone the more likely it is you?ll be able to save it.

Dry Your Cell Phone ? You need to work fast to remove as much water as you can as quick as you can. Shake your phone to remove as much water as possible. Then use a paper towel to soak up any remaining water.

Inside Water Removal ? Place the cell phone on absorbent towels or paper towels that will pull the remaining water away from the cell phones components. Rice also works well to absorb moisture, even that which is trapped under the screen. Place your drying Bell cell phone near a heater to help accelerate the drying process. (Do not place your phone directly on top of a hot heater as the direct may also cause damage.)

Your goal here is to make sure no water is trapped inside.? When no signs of moisture are evident move onto the next step

Test it ? After 96 hours inspect your phone.? If everything looks dry you can replace the battery, put the case back together, power it up, and see if it works. If it works, great, you?re back in business.

It is important that there are no signs of moisture on you Bell cell phone before you turn it on.? Water in your phone causes the most damage when your phone is powered on, so if you doubt that your phone is complete dry outside and inside give it more time.

If your phone doesn?t work, try plugging your phone directly to the charger with the battery out. This will determine if the problem is with your phone or if you are in need of a new battery. If it works without the battery you?ll have to replace it, and you?ll be back up and running.

If it still doesn?t work your phone may be dead.? If you decide to take your phone into a Bell World or Espace Bell store for assistance don?t try to hide that your phone has been wet. There are moisture indicators and in most cases they?ll know.

Of course if your phone is toast, and you are not eligible for an upgrade from Bell or if you are like me and do not like contracts, I would recommend you visiting http://cellarama.com/clearance_centre.htm for great contract-free Bell Mobility cell phones.

And if you liked this article, you can find more articles and videos for Bell Mobility users at http://cellarama.com/articles/. At http://cellarama.com, you?ll also find great contract-free cell phones for Bell Mobility. Written by A. Thompson

Introducing the Bell Mobility BlackBerry Curve 8330 – Now available at Cellarama.com

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

It?s Alvin,

your Inventory Manager at Cellarama.com again with more great news!

I’m happy to announce the arrival of the contract-free Bell Mobility Blackberry 8830?s for Bell Mobility.

Starting today you can purchase the Bell BlackBerry 8330 for Canada`s lowest contract-free price.

We only have limited number of Bell Mobility Curves.

This BlackBerry is perfect for Business Owners, Execs, even students are buying Blackberry`s now.

It makes a great gift too.

You will enjoy:
– 2.0 Mega Pixel Camera allows you to capture lifes important moments
– BlackBerry Application world allows you to personalize your phone and increase your productivity
– features like Bluetooth allow you to go wireless and cut yourself free of cords, perfect when on the road
– Blackberry Calendar will keep you on track and on-time

So pick one up, then tell a friend to get one.

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To your wireless success,
Alvin

Re:Introducing the Bell Mobility Samsung U740 – Double Flip – Now available at Cellarama.com

Sunday, November 8th, 2009
The samsung u740 for Bell Mobility now at Cellarama.com

The samsung u740 for Bell Mobility now at Cellarama.com

The Samsung u740 for Bell Mobility now at Cellarama.com

It?s your inventory manager at Cellarama.com

I got some great news for you.

I?m announcing the arrival of a limited number of the Samsung U740 (the Double Flip) for Bell Mobility. Back in September the last set of Bell Samsung U740 I introduced were all snatched-up within a few short days.

You can find them located inside our Bell Clearance Center.

The Samsung U740 for Bell Mobility makes for a great texting phone because of its QWERTY keyboard, and is still much smaller that other traditional text-ready phones.

So pick one up, then tell a friend to get one.

To your wireless success,
Alvin

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