1. How does Bell respect my privacy?
The Bell Companies have long been committed to maintaining the accuracy, confidentiality, security and privacy of your information. National Do Not call List
2. How to protect yourself from fraud
How to protect yourself from telecom fraud. Many types of telecom fraud exist, including: Stolen or lost handsets/equipment, Mobile phone scams, Internet and email scams, Landline phone scams, Identity theft and fraud.
3. How to replace a lost mobile phone and/or SIM card
If you've lost your mobile phone and/or SIM card, you can replace it with another phone or a SIM card and keep the same phone number.First, in order...
4. What is enhanced 911 (e9-1-1) service?
What is enhanced 9-1-1 (e9-1-1)?When you dial 9-1-1 from your Bell Mobility device, Bell Mobility will route your call to the 9-1-1 emergency...
5. How to use the Bell Anti-SPAM service
You can access the service from your mobile phone or smartphone by visiting www.bell.ca/mobileantispam, or by texting these commands to short code...
6. How to get a non-published Bell Home phone number
Request a new unlisted number from Bell customer service. Unfortunately, an existing listed number cannot be unlisted.
7. How to set up parental controls on my Bell Satellite TV
Learn how to lock your Bell TV receiver and block certain programs, pay-per-view events and adult channels to prevent children from accessing them.
8. How to stop telemarketing calls
Canada has clear rules around telemarketing. It can only be done under certain circumstances and in most cases you are entitled to request that...
9. What is a PUK code?
The PIN unblocking key (PUK; sometimes called personal unlocking key) is a master security code for unblocking and resetting the personal...
10. How does Bell collect, use, store and protect your personal information
What is “personal” information?Personal information includes your address, phone numbers and other information about the Bell products that you...