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First WP7 Phone on Bell Will Be the LG Optimus Quantum

Saturday, October 23rd, 2010

Microsoft wants to make a big splash with its new mobile operating system “Windows Phone 7”, and so the Windows Phone 7 devices will appear on as many networks as possible, early on. Bell is one of these networks, and it will get its first WP7 phone – the LG Optimus Quantum – on November 2nd.


Bell HTC Desire Z Video Walkthrough. Coming to Bell on November 3

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

After they’ve just got the Galaxy S Android phone, Bell Mobility is about to get another high-end Android smartphone – the HTC Desire Z. Bell Mobility will actually be the only carrier in Canada to offer this phone because they have exclusivity on it.


Skype Is Now Available for Bell Android Phones

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

Finally, Skype is launching their Android app for everyone else. After making what I think was one of the worst business decisions ever with Verizon, where they were forced to give their Android app only to Verizon, and nobody else ?- in the world – and leaving the market open for competition like Fring, Tango, Vonage and others who’ve created Android apps that enable you to call your friends for free through wi-fi, 3G, or both.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab with Android is coming soon to Bell Mobility

Friday, October 1st, 2010

The Galaxy Tab, which is one of the most expected tablets to come out this year, will arrive at Bell, too. We do know that Samsung?s strategy is to make its Android smartphones and tablets as widely available as possible, so Bell, which is one of the biggest and best carriers in Canada, can’t be left out.


Activate Your Bell Cell Phone Yourself – No Store! No Fee!

Friday, April 24th, 2009

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One problem faced by many Bell Mobility users is that they have to go into a Bell Mobility store to activate their phone. This may not be too inconvenient if you live near to a Bell Mobility store but many people do not live near to a Bell store or need to activate their phone outside of store hours like on Sunday’s or holidays. And did I mention the instore activation charge of between $15 – $25?


Stop Telemarketers with National Do Not Call List

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

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Whenever I would call my dad at home he?d hardly ever answer. This was because his phone would ring off the hook all day. The caller ID would often read, ?Unavailable.? Telemarketers would harass the poor guy all day. You would think buying a cell phone would be the best option, wouldn?t you? Guess again ? telemarketers have reached the cellular world too. The good news is that there is a ?National Do Not Call List? that tells these intrusive callers you are just not interested.


Videos Coming Soon to the Cellarama Blog

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009

Dearest Bell Mobility User,

We’ve been working really hard to put together the best blog for Bell Mobility users on the web. ?And from the responses that we’ve received, many of you think that we are off to a great start.

Well today we we’re excited to share with you the introduction of video blogs. ?Starting this week you’ll be able to view great videos on a variety of topics that we hope will add to your Bell experience. ?

Topics will include how-to videos, tutorials, and general interest. ?These short videos can all be found under the “Videos” category on the right-hand side of our blog.

I truly hope you enjoy our new video section.

A. Thompson is not affiliated with Bell Canada or Bell Mobility.
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