Bell Mobility, based in Canada, allows cell phone users to set up voice mail so callers can leave a message when the phone is not answered. Bell Mobility's voice mail service is called "Message Centre." After users set up Bell Mobility voice mail it can store 25 messages of up to five minutes each. Message Centre will store messages for up to seven days if they have not been retrieved and saved messages for up to 14 days before erasing them. Message Centre can be added to a phone plan for a small monthly fee.
Things You'll Need
- Landline touch-tone phone
Locate the temporary four-digit password needed for setting up voice mail. You receive this password when purchasing a phone, Message Centre service, or via email if you purchased the service online at bell.ca. If you misplace this password, dial *611 from the cell phone to retrieve it.
Dial on a landline touch-tone phone your mobile number, including area code, if you are inside Canada. Users outside Canada should dial 647-383-2355; long distance charges will apply.
Listen to the voice recording and when prompted enter the temporary password.
Change the temporary password to a new password when prompted. The password must be four to 10 digits. The password cannot begin with a 0.
Record your name followed by a personal greeting, or select a standard greeting, when prompted.
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