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Nokia 2855i Cellular Phone for Bell Mobility

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Nokia 2855i –

Will work with: Bell Mobility
2G Network Trimode CDMA
Weight 105 grams
Internet WAP
Predictive Text Yes
Voice Dialing Yes
Speaker Phone Yes
Calendar Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Games Yes

Special Price: $67 / Grade – B

Grade B -

This phone will have some minor signs of use but is in perfect operating condition. Protected with our free warranty.

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Condition: B Grade
Functionality: Brand New
Retail Price: $299.99 – Prepaid / 30 Day-Pricing / No-contract
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The Nokia 2855i phone creates
a respectful and confident image with the warm and
finished classic Nokia look you have become accustomed
to! Stay unwired with the 2855i and Bluetooth technology.

Technical Discription

  • Send and receive data; connect
    wirelessly with Bluetooth technology
  • Store messages and downloaded
    games, applications and ring tones with up to 12
    MB internal memory
  • Integrated speakerphone and
    voice tags

Be organized

  • Voice recording for memos
  • Stay on top of the entire
    month with the calendar
  • Save up to 500 contacts in
    your phone book with up to 5 entries each
  • Synchronize your phone book
    and calendar with your compatible PC using Nokia
    PC Suite*

* Requires compatible device
with Bluetooth technology or USB cable, sold separately.

Stay connected

  • Send and receive messages
    with images, text and sound clips via Multimedia
    Messaging Service (MMS)
  • Text messaging
  • Mobile Internet (designed
    for mobile devices); connect faster with CDMA2000®
    1x technology
  • Bluetooth v1.2
  • MIDP 2.0 (Java)
  • eAAC+ audio codec
  • Video streaming via H.264
    compresion
  • Enhanced voice dialing

Make it yours, have fun

  • Preloaded and downloadable
    JavaTM games and applications
  • Personalize your phone with
    themes; polyphonic, MP3 and video ringtones; 3D
    graphics; and animations
  • Download ringtones, wallpapers,
    screen savers and themes

Specifications

  • 800/1900 MHz CDMA plus 800
    MHz AMPS band/mode
  • Weight: 101g (3.71 oz.)
  • Dimensions: 85.3mm x 45.3mm
    x 25.4mm (3.34 in. x 1.79 in. x 0.98 in.)
  • 1150 mAH li-Ion battery
    (BL-6C)

HTC Touch Diamond cell phone for Bell Mobility

Friday, March 26th, 2010

HTC Touch Diamond

Weight
Bands
Compatible Network
WAP
Input Method
Voice Dialing
Speaker Phone
Calendar
Bluetooth
Games
132g
EVDO-GSM900/1800
Bell Mobility
Yes
Touch Screen
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Special Price: $227 / Grade – New

Brand New -

This phone is brand new (never used). Protected by manufacturers I year limited warrenty.

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Condition: Brand New
Functionality: Brand New
Retail Price: $499.95 – Prepaid / 30 Day-Pricing / No-contract
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HTC Touch Diamond Highlights:

* 3.2 megapixel Camera and Video

* Bluetooth – Connect with headsets, computers, and other wireless devices * 4GB of internal storage

* MicroSD Card – Save your fav music/videos and play them on the go

* Wi-Fi (802.11b/g)

Description

The Bell HTC Touch Diamond is a mobile phone that features a touch screen interface, with 2 cameras, a built-in radio as well as an internal memory of 4GB. It has the TouchFlo 3D that enables users to touch the interface to go through files of videos, photos and more. It also has built-in wifi and GPS module that enables navigation via its in-built GPS module.

The Bell HTC Touch Diamond features a 2.8″ touch screen combined with a cover that is made of brused metail and faceted edges. Its screen is also touch responsive interface. The camera that is integrated is 3.2 megapixel with auto focus and has a secondary VGA CMOS colour camera. Its internal memory is 4GB. Also included is a GPS module in built that enables users to navigate through destinations with full navigation including turn-by-turn. It also combines technology such as the TouchFlo 3D enabling users to interact and play as well as launch album artwork, snapshots of contacts, and videos with the touch of their fingers against the screen of the HTC Touch Diamond.

Specifications

  • Finger input, control, scrolling, and panning with TouchFLOTM 3D technology
  • Microsoft® Windows MobileTM 6.1 Professional
  • Mobile email
  • Internet browsing and messaging
  • Windows LiveTM Messenger and Windows LiveTM Hotmail
  • Full Track Music
  • Turn-by-turn directions with GPS Nav
  • 3.2 megapixel Camera and Video
  • Stereo Bluetooth®
  • 4GB of internal storage
  • High speed mobile network
  • Wi-Fi (802.11b/g)
  • 2.8″ TFT LCD colour touch screen with 640×480 VGA resolution
  • Windows Media® Player
  • Internet Explorer Mobile
  • Speakerphone
  • Voice dialling
  • Bluetooth® enabled. Profiles supported:
    • HSP (Headset-mono)
    • HFP (Hands-Free)
    • OPP (Object Push)
    • FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
    • A2DP (Stereo Bluetooth)
  • Dial up networking/USB tethered data*

Motorola ROKR Z6M Bell Mobility Cell Phone

Friday, March 26th, 2010

Motorola ROKR Z6M-

Weight
Bands
Compatible Network
WAP
Predictive Text
Voice Dialing
Speaker Phone
Calendar
Bluetooth
Games
108 grams
Dual Mode CDMA
Bell Mobility
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Special Price: $67 / Grade – A

Grade A -

These phones are as good as new. Operate like a brand new
phone. May have 1 or 2 very minor scuffs.

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Condition: A Grade
Functionality: Brand New
Retail Price: $229.99 – Prepaid / 30 Day-Pricing / Non-contract
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The Motorola ROKR Z6M for Bell Mobility

The Motorola ROKR Z6m is a thin, narrow slider highlighted with elegant finishes. Crafted of rich housing materials, the ROKR Z6m takes full advantage of the slider form factor and make life easier by accomplishing most anything in both the open and closed positions. Music is a priority for the ROKR Z6m. Featuring an integrated music player, the ROKR Z6m comes equipped with a 3.5 mm headset jack, stereo Bluetooth connectivity, and up to 2 GB removable memory. Additionally, consumers can transfer their digital music collections in seconds via the the USB 2.0 high speed connection.

Summary of key features:

• Thin, narrow slider with a multi-modal design and rich colors, materials and finish

• 2.0 megapixel camera

• Supports a variety of audio formats such as MP3, AAC, AAC+, WMA and other popular formats

• 3.5mm headset jack connection, and a dedicated lock switch

• Bluetooth stereo support of Advanced Audio Distribution profile (A2DP) and Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)**

• Internal memory and up to 2 GB of microSD* removable memory for extra storage for music, pictures and other media

• USB 2.0 high speed connectivity for fast file transfers and data access

• Video capture and playback

• CDMA 800/1900, CDMA 1X/ EV-DO, 1900 Mhz receive diversity***

• Display:  2.0” QVGA with vivid colors

• Browser: WAP2.0

• BREW: 3.1.4

• Messaging via MMS, SMS

• Mobile Phone Tools support for PC synch of phonebook, contacts, and media

• Integrated Bluetooth® Class 2 wireless technology** for hands-free connectivity

Samsung A640 Bell Mobility Cell Phone for Sale

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Bell Mobility Samsung A640 for Sale

grab&go $40

This cell phone is only 91grams. But don’t let the small size fool you. It comes packed with features, like Bluetooth, voice-dialing and a nice digital camera. This Bell Mobility cell phone is a great choice if you’re looking for an easy to use device.

Palm Treo 700wx Bell Mobility Cell Phone for Sale

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Bell Mobility Palm Treo 700wx

grab&go $57

Bell Mobility Palm Treo 700wx is one compact and indispensable device, which have Windows Mobile, High-speed web browsing, 1.3-megapixel digital camera and many other features.

How to Program Your Bell Mobility Motorola Q Cell Phone

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
Program your Bell Mobility Motorola Q cellular phone

Program your Bell Mobility Motorola Q cellular phone

Using this short guide, we will hold your hand and walk you through the process of programming your phone number into your Motorola Q Bell Mobility cell phone. Don’t worry, the process isn’t hard. In seven 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! First, though, turn your phone on. If you are using your battery and do not have your phone plugged into your charger, check to ensure that the battery has at least two bars’ worth of charge.

Step 1: From the Home Screen, dial [#] [#] [0] [7] [4] [6] [6] [3] and press [SEND] (green button).

Step 2: Enter the six-digit Lock Code that was provided for you by Bell Mobility.

Please note: If you do not have your Lock Code, contact Bell Mobility customer service by phone at 1-800-667-0123. Or you can watch our video Activating Your Bell Cell Phone to find out how to get your Lock Code.

Step 3: Select NAM1.

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

Step 5: Enter your ten-digit cell phone number, including your area code, into the MDN field.

Step 6: Press the [BACK] button twice until you see the [EXIT] option on the screen.

Step 7: Your phone will shut down and restart by itself.

And you’re done. You’ve just programmed your Motorola Q cell 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 Activating Your Bell Cell Phone.

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 Program Your Bell Mobility Samsung M500 Cell Phone

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010
Program Your Bell Mobility Samsung A640 Cell Phone

Program Your Bell Mobility Samsung M500 Cell Phone

Using this short guide, we will hold your hand and walk you through the process of programming your phone number into your Samsung M500 Bell Mobility cell phone. Don’t worry; the process isn’t hard. In nine 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! First, though, turn your phone on. If you are using your battery and do not have your phone plugged into your charger, check to ensure that the battery has at least two bars’ worth of charge.

Step 1: Press this series of buttons on your phone: [#][#][6][7][5].

Step 2: Press the [OK] button.

Step 3: Enter the six-digit Lock Code that was provided for you by Bell Mobility. The screen will display SVC MENU. Please note: If you do not have your Lock Code, contact Bell Mobility customer service by phone at 1-800-667-0123. Or you can watch our video Activating Your Bell Cell Phone to find out how to get your Lock Code.

Step 4: Press [2] for EDIT.

Step 5: Enter your ten-digit cell phone number, including your area code, into the MDN field.

Step 6: Press the [OK] button.

Step 7: Press [OK] again. The screen will display the electronic serial number (ESN).

Step 8: Press the [RIGHT LAUNCH PAD] key.

Step 9: Press [3] for DONE. Your phone will shut down and restart by itself.

And you’re done. You’ve just programmed your Samsung M500 cell 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 Activating Your Bell Cell Phone

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 Program Your Bell Mobility Samsung A640 Cell Phone

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Program Your Bell Mobility Samsung A640 Cell Phone

Program Your Bell Mobility Samsung A640 Cell Phone

Using this short guide, we will hold your hand and walk you through the process of programming your phone number into your Samsung A640 Bell Mobility cell phone. Don’t worry; the process isn’t hard. In nine 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! First, though, turn your phone on. If you are using your battery and do not have your phone plugged into your charger, check to ensure that the battery has at least two bars’ worth of charge.

Step 1: Press this series of buttons on your phone: [#][#][6][7][5].

Step 2: Press the [OK] button.

Step 3: Enter the six-digit Lock Code that was provided for you by Bell Mobility. The screen will display SVC MENU. Please note: If you do not have your Lock Code, contact Bell Mobility customer service by phone at 1-800-667-0123. Or you can watch our video Activating Your Bell Cell Phone to find out how to get your Lock Code.

Step 4: Press [2] for EDIT.

Step 5: Enter your ten-digit cell phone number, including your area code, into the MDN field.

Step 6: Press the [OK] button.

Step 7: Press [OK] again. The screen will display the electronic serial number (ESN).

Step 8: Press the [RIGHT LAUNCH PAD] key.

Step 9: Press [3] for DONE. Your phone will shut down and restart by itself.

And you’re done. You’ve just programmed your Samsung A640 cell 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 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 http://cellarama.com you’ll also find great contract-free cell phones for Bell Mobility. Written by A. Thompson

Zoompass for wireless payments, Give to Muscular Dystrophy, Digital TV to your Bell cell phone… Bell Mobility in the news!

Sunday, March 14th, 2010

Bell Mobility in the News—Week ending March 5, 2010

  1. Zoompass launches wireless payment sticker – Now you can turn your Bell Mobility phone into a handy device to use on a shopping trip—and not just for calling your friends. By attaching the newly available Zoompass sticker to the back of your Bell Mobility phone and scanning it at the mobile payment systems now in use in gas stations, coffee shops and other Canadian retail locations, you’ll be able to pay for purchased items through a credit card linked to your Zoompass account. The sticker transmits a wireless signal and can also be used to send money to family and friends. Zoompass, developed through a partnership of Canada’s three major telecom companies, is betting that Bell Mobility customers will find the new payment system convenient because it uses something they nearly always have with them—their cell phone. (by Mathew Ingram Mar. 4, 2010, 1:42 pm PST – accessed 3/6/10 at http://gigaom.com/2010/03/04/zoompass-mobile-payment/)

  2. Text IRISH to 20222 to give to the MDA – For the first time, Bell Mobility cell phone customers can make their contributions to the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s annual Shamrocks Against Dystrophy fundraising campaign using their cell phones. Just text IRISH to 20222 to make a $5 donation that will support research and help develop treatments for neuromuscular diseases that afflict more than a million individuals across the United States and Canada. This text giving option is a new twist on giving that’s available to the more than 250 million cell phone subscribers in the U.S. and Canada. Contributors will be awarded with custom wallpaper for their phones. (posted: 5:35 PM Mar 2, 2010, reporter: Ralph Hipp, 13 News, accessed at http://www.wibw.com/toyourhealth/headlines/86037452.html)

  3. Bell Mobility’s Quench phone will soon feature Motoblur – If you’re a Bell Mobility customer with a Quench phone who’s tired of separately logging in to Facebook, MySpace and Twitter, help is on the way! Sometime in the first half of 2010, the Motoblur system will be available. This system will allow users to access their social networks all in one place without having to log in to each network separately. Social network messaging will be handled through a secure server and users will be able back up and restore their contacts and log-in information. (posted by digitalhome on March 3, 2010 – accessed 3/6/10 at http://www.digitalhome.ca/2010/03/motoblur-for-android-devices-coming-to-canada/)

  4. Digital TV now available for Bell Mobility customers - CBC, CTV, Muchmusic, Treehouse, TSN, SportsNet, Live NHL hockey and the Weather Network are a few of the digital TV offerings now available in both English and French to Bell Mobility customers. The application can be downloaded to work on the Bell 3G network. An Apple iPhone OS 3.0 or greater is required and WiFi must be turned off for the digital TV programming to function. If you’re interested, you can look at the free preview before deciding whether this new service is for you. (by Mike on February 24, 2010 – in Apple News – accessed 3/6/10 at http://www.coated.com/bell-mobile-tv-apple-iphone-app-available/ via Coated – Coolest Gadget Reviews)

  5. OneAPI pilot launched in Canada – The OneAPI initiative recently launched in Canada by GSMA will make it easier for new cell phone applications to reach Bell Mobility and other customers in the cell phone market. This initiative provides application developers with standardized application programming interfaces (APIs) for mobile networks, bringing a fragmented market closer by allowing them access to many operators through a single gateway rather than having to establish separate relationships with several operators. The pilot will initially focus on payment, messaging and location capabilities that will function seamlessly across different networks. The results of the Canadian pilot will be studied and used worldwide and will allow Bell Mobility and other cell phone customers to access innovative technologies sooner than is currently possible. (March 02, 2010 – by Deepika Mala, TMCnet contributor, accessed 3/6/10 at http://4g-wirelessevolution.tmcnet.com/broadband-stimulus/topics/mobile-networks/articles/77346-gsma-launches-commercial-pilot-canada-as-part-oneapi.htm)

And if you liked this article you can find another “Bell Mobility In the News” article next week at http://cellarama.com/articles/ – At Cellarama.com you’ll also find great contract-free Bell Mobility cell phones. Written by A. Thompson

Motorola Q Bell Mobility Cell Phone for Sale

Saturday, March 13th, 2010

Motorola Q – Bell Mobility

$57

The Bell Motorola Q provides users the opportunity to balance work and play through additional features such as a large, vibrant, color screen, Web surfing capabilities, a 1.3 mega pixel camera with photo lighting, video and MP3 audio capabilities.
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