Audiovox PPC-6600 User guide

Mobility Business Solutions
Audiovox
PPC-6600
read me first
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audiovox ppc- 6600 getting started guide
Congratulations on purchasing the Audiovox PPC-6600™. This guide
will help you wirelessly set up your PPC-6600 for Data and Voice use
on the Bell Mobility 1X Network.
Please refer to your Audiovox PPC-6600 Pocket User Guide for
detailed product and safety information.
ta b l e o f c o n t e n t s
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Setting up your PPC-6600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Connecting to Your Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Setting up Your Device for Wireless Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Setting Up Your Wireless E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Basic Device Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Optional Wireless Services and Features . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Bell Mobility – Our Agreement With You . . . . . . . . . . 15
what’s in the box?
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Audiovox PPC-6600 device
AC Adapter and DC Connection Adapter
Carrying Case
Stereo Headset
Stylus Pen
USB Cradle
Companion CD
Read Me First Getting Started Guide (Provided by Bell)
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Back panel components
ppc-6600 features:
Main Unit
Stylus and Stylus Slot
Built-in Flashlight
Self Potrait Mirror
MMC/SD cards or SDIO
accessories slot
Insert either MMC/SD cards or
SDIO accessories in this slot.
Power Button/Backlight
Press to turn your PPC6600 or
Backlight on.
Notification LED
See the description on
opposite page.
Earphone Plug
Allows you to listen to audio
media or use the phone's
stereo headset.
Contact
Press for quick access to
your Contacts.
Speaker
Listen to audio media or
a phone call from here.
Record
Press to record a voice note.
Calendar
Press for quick Calendar access.
Volume
Press up/down to adjust
the volume of your device.
Touch Screen
For handwriting, drawing or to
make a selection with the stylus.
Camera
Press to launch camera
capture utility. Press again
to take a picture.
Pocket IE
Press for quick access to WEB
and WAP sites.
Send
Press to answer an incoming
call, or press to dial a number.
Messaging
Press for quick access to
e-mail/MSN messages.
Main Battery
Antenna Connector
For RF radio testing only.
Fixing Lock
Press to release the back battery.
Top edge components
Notification LED
Bi-color LED on the right :
For CDMA standby, message, CDMA
network status, PDA notification, PDA
charging status.
OK
Press for action/OK.
Infrared port
Enable you to exchange
file(s)or data with other devices
without cables/wires.
Start
Press to display program menu.
Camera Lens
Blue LED on the left :
For Bluetooth® system notification
of powered-on and ready to transmit
RF signal.
End
Press to end a call.
QWERTY Keyboard
Slide the screen up to
access. Press to enter
letters/symbols.
Navigation Pad
To move up/down and left/right
through any of the drop down
menus or program instructions;
select by pressing in the center.
When in the Dialer screen:
Left - Press once to access the
Speed Dial feature.
Right - Press once to access the
Call History feature.
Bottom edge components
Microphone
Speak here when
receiving/making a phone
call or voice recording.
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Soft Reset
To reset, press into the Reset
hole on device.
Sync Connector
Use this connector when
synchronizing/transmitting
data or recharging.
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se tting up your ppc-6600
Step 2 : Switching on your device
Step 1 : Charge the battery
Once you have fully charged your device, you can switch it on.
Before using your PPC-6600, charge the battery for at least 4 hours for the first time or
until the charger indicates a full charge. Place it back into the cradle for a short time each
day to recharge it to its full capacity.
1. Insert the AC Adapter into the back of the cradle,
and then plug into a wall outlet.
1. Press the power button on top of the device to turn on your PPC-6600 – wait for
your screens to load.
2. Remove the stylus from its housing.
3. When the Welcome Wizard Screen appears, tap with your stylus. The wizard's
onscreen instructions will lead you through the rest of the setup process.
Step 3 : Connecting to your computer
Using Microsoft® ActiveSync® you can synchronize information on your desktop
computer and/or a Microsoft® Exchange Server with the information on your
PPC-6600. ActiveSync® compares the information on your PPC-6600 with the
information on your desktop computer and/or the server and updates all locations,
keeping you up-to-date with the most recent information.
2. Dock your PPC-6600 in its cradle and fully charge.
A red LED indicates an extremely low battery; a steady
amber LED indicates charging; solid green fully charged.
Before you can begin synchronization with your desktop PC, you must install
ActiveSync® on your desktop computer from the PPC-6600 Companion CD.
ActiveSync® is already installed on your PPC-6600.
Hardware Connection
Dock your PPC-6600 in its cradle and plug the USB
into your desktop PC for synchronization.
Software Installation
3. If you have spare battery for your PPC6600, you can
also put your battery into the rear slot on the cradle for
recharging. Refer to the LED light on the right of the
cradle for recharging notification.
Note: It is vital to keep your battery charged. Because your
PPC-6600 does not have a hard drive, all data and any new
programs you install are stored in RAM. If the battery completely
drains any data or new programs you installed will be erased.
Only the default programs on the device when you bought it will
remain. To prevent this kind of data loss, a portion of the main
battery will keep your data safe for 72 hours if your device runs
out of power. An additional battery, the backup battery, is
designed to keep your data safe when you remove the main
battery. It will keep this data safe for 20 minutes.
BE SURE TO CHECK THE BACKUP BATTERY POWER REMAINS AT
LEAST AT 50% OR ABOVE BEFORE YOU REMOVE THE MAIN
BATTERY BY TAPPING
> Settings > System tab > Power.
WARNING : To reduce risk of fire or burns, do not disassemble,
crush, puncture, short external contacts, heat above 100°C
(212°F), or dispose of in fire or water. Replace only with
manufacturer specified batteries. Recycle or dispose of used
batteries to the local regulations.
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1. Insert the PPC-6600 Companion CD into the
CD-ROM drive of your desktop computer.
2. Click the yellow arrow, click Start Here, and
then follow the directions on the screen.
To Create a Partnership:
After the installation is completed, the ActiveSync®
New Partnership Wizard will help you set up a
partnership between your phone and your desktop
computer so that you can start synchronizing
information and customizing your synchronization
settings. Your first synchronization process will
automatically begin when you finish using the
wizard. After the first synchronization, you will
notice that your Outlook information now appears
on your phone.
Note: To prevent synchronization problems,
it is important that you select Synchronize
with this desktop in the New Partnership
Wizard options.
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se tting up your de vice for wireless use
5. Under ‘Cdma2000’, tap and hold ‘CDMA1X’ until the
‘Delete/Connect’ menu appears.
Your device should already be programmed by your Bell Mobility or Bell World
representative for use on the Bell Mobility network. You should have the following
information :
6. Tap ‘Connect’.
i. Mobile Number
ii. Voice mail password (4-digit number)
If you are missing any of the above information, please call Bell Mobility Customer
Service at 1-800-667-0123 prior to starting this process.
Setting up the
Connection:
Make sure your wireless connection is enabled before you start (this will allow you to
7. Under ‘Network Log On’ tap the check box
beside ‘Save Password’.
Please leave the Username, Password,
and Domain fields blank.
8. Tap ‘OK’. When you see
, it means a
data connection has been established.
9. Tap ‘OK’.
use the phone and access data). To do so, you must ensure that your connection
reads Flight Mode OFF.
What is Flight Mode?
On all airplane flights, you are requested to turn off your wireless device. When
you are getting ready for take-off, you should enable Flight Mode. Therefore,
when your PPC-6600 has Flight Mode ON, it means that your phone has been
turned off. In this mode you will still be able to access offline information
including Calendar, Contacts, etc. and will also help conserve battery power since
the device is not being used for wireless access.
When Flight Mode is OFF, your phone is turned
on and you are able to make calls and access
data (i.e. Internet & E-mail). Your Flight Mode
should always be OFF unless you need to
completely shut down your device.
To turn Flight Mode ON, which turns your
phone off, tap the
icon and then tap ‘Turn
on Flight Mode’.
To turn your Flight Mode OFF, which turns your
phone on, simply tap on the
icon. Then, tap
‘Turn off Flight Mode’.
1. Go to ‘Start’, then ‘Settings’.
2. Tap on the ‘Connections’ tab.
To disable your wireless DATA connectivity, simply hold down
button for a
minimum of 5 seconds. You know your data connectivity is disabled when you see
the
and
icon. Your device will then be ready for making and receiving voice
calls.
Note: While you are using Pocket Explorer, if it is in the process of trying to
download the page, hitting the
button will not terminate the data connection.
The device will try to reconnect instead. Wait until the web page has finished
downloading and then hit the
button to end the data session.
To start a data connection:
Once you have successfully set-up your 1X connection, ensure Flight Mode is OFF,
and your phone is turned ON
i. Tap
. To do this:
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ii. Tap #777, when you see
established.
, it means a data connection has been
Once connected, you can:
• Send and receive e-mail messages by using Messaging. Before you can use
Messaging, you need to provide the information it needs to communicate with the
e-mail server. For specific instructions, see Setting Up Your POP3 E-mail Account
(see next page).
• Visit Web and WAP pages by using Pocket Internet Explorer.
3. Tap on ‘Connections’.
Note: A pop-up screen will appear once you begin connecting, and leave when the
connection is complete.
4. Tap ‘Manage Existing Connections’.
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se tting up your wireless e-mail
Bell SMTP E-mail Support is an outgoing mail server service that allows you to receive
and reply to you POP3 e-mails on your wireless device. All you have to do is configure
the mail client of your device to the Bell outgoing mail server configuration –
mail.1Xbell.ca Now you can send e-mail from your mobile handheld device without
having to change your current e-mail address. Your incoming server configuration
remains unchanged with your normal ISP settings.
3. Enter “Your name”, (what you want to call this account),
your “User name” (e.g. if it is a Sympatico account – it
will be your complete e-mail address, and “Password”
(associated with your e-mail address) then tap Next.
John Smith
tip: May be case sensitive. Save time by saving
your password.
The bottom line? SMTP E-mail Support service turns your Bell wireless device into an
easy-to-use e-mail solution.
Note: The ISP or network must use a POP3 or IMAP4 e-mail server and
an SMTP gateway.
You can use multiple e-mail services to receive your messages. For each e-mail service
you intend to use, first set up and name the e-mail service. If you use the same service to
connect to different mailboxes, set up and name each mailbox connection.
4. From Account Type drop down menu select POP3.
Under Name POP3 will default. Tap Next.
Note: IMAP is not supported by Bell’s Outgoing Mail
server. Please refer to your ISP provider for your
POP3 server address.
To set up your POP3 or IMAP4 E-mail Account
1. Go to Start and select Messaging on your device, tap
Accounts, and then New Account.
tip : For an explanation of a screen, tap
and then Help. When finished, to connect to
your e-mail server, tap Services and then Connect.
5. Enter your e-mail provider’s server name information
for Incoming mail (your ISP will be able to provide this).
In the field Outgoing mail enter : mail.1Xbell.ca and
then tap Finish.
2. Complete your e-mail address in the field and
then tap Next.
To access your POP3 e-mail after successful set up of the
SMTP E-mail Relay service, simply tap on Start and then
select Inbox. Tap on the Send/Receive icon on the tool
bar and you are ready to start.
Next will initiate Auto-configuration – which
attempts to connect your Pocket PC Phone to
your e-mail server. Please tap on the Next button
and manually enter your settings.
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1. Tap
on the menu bar on the bottom of the phone
dialer screen to bring up the Contacts list, find the
contact and then tap the left button
twice -- once to
send to the dialer screen and once to call.
2. To bring up the Contacts list, you can also press the
Contacts button on the left top of your device, find the
contact and then tap the left button
twice -- once to
send to the dialer screen and once to call.
Note :The pop up Contacts list will by default display
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Phone Volume
Requires
To adjust the phone volume, tap
or press the volume
button up/down on the side of your device.
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1. You can select to adjust the volume on the pop-up menu:
• Phone volume
: for the volume of
incoming call ring.
• Device volume
and MP3.
basic device functionality
Make your first call
Note: To mute your phone if, for example, you are in a
meeting, just tap
To make a call from Dialer:
1. Press Send button
: for notification levels
and select Off.
2. To adjust the conversation phone volume, you must do it during a call.
to bring up the dialer screen.
2. Dial the number you want to call using the keypad.
3. Press the Talk key
Write your first text message
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1. Press Send button
to bring up the dialer screen.
2. Tap Tools
and then select Send Text Message
in the dialer screen.
Tap to bring up the
Contacts list.
To make a call from Contacts:
After the first synchronization you will notice that your Outlook Contacts® information
now appears on your phone if you checked the Contacts® item when setting up the
synchronized options. You can make a call from Contacts in the following ways :
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3. In the TO field, enter the phone number of one or more
recipients, separating them with a semicolon, or select a
name from the contact list by tapping the Address Book
button.
4. Compose your message. Tap Send
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Note : To enter preset or frequently used message,
tap My Text and select a message.
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write your fir s t notes
There are two ways to enter the Camera mode :
Entering text using the input panel
1. Tap
Program
Camera.
Use the input panel to enter information in any program on
your device. You can either type using the QWERTY keyboard
or write using Letter Recognizer, Block Recognizer, or
Transcriber. In either case, the characters appear as typed text
on the screen.
Typing with the QWERTY Keyboard
1. Slide the main screen upward to show the
QWERTY keyboard.
2. Or just press the lowest button on the left side
of your device.
When you initially enter Camera mode, the Image
Capture submode will be active. The icon at the lower
right side of the LCD Display area indicates the current
submode. After starting one, you can easily switch to
the other, if desired.
•
Camera mode (capture still images)
•
Video mode (capture video clips )
•
Picture Frame mode (capture still images and
2. To type lowercase letters, tap the keys with fingers.
3. To type a single uppercase letter or symbol, tap the
4. To type capital letters, tap
Ca
Shifp
t
Lock
FN
5. To tap a number or symbol, tap
Lock
FN
Ca
Shifp
t
key.
, to release it tap
Lock
FN
Ca
Shifp
t
again.
key.
secure your ppc-6600
You can customize the level of security you want to have on your PPC-6600 by locking
the keypad or the entire device.
place in frame)
Locking the keypad
3. If in Image Capture submode, press the Center
button on navigation pad to capture a still image.
4. If in Video Capture submode, press the Center button
to start recording the incoming video stream, and
press it again to stop the recording process.
Confirm mode: The image you captured will be
frozen on the screen after you have captured an
image, and the following four icons will appear :
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To return to the previous screen, tap the Camera icon.
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To immediately send a captured image/video, tap the mail icon.
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To delete the image press the rubbish bin option.
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To view and edit the picture tap the Album icon.
The keypad lock turns off the keypad functionality. This is a helpful feature if, for
example, your PPC-6600 is turned on and in your pocket, and you want to prevent
accidental keypress from pressing a button etc .
1. Tapping
Settings
System tab
Button Lock
2. Select Lock all buttons except Power button.
3. To unlock your keypad, tap Do not lock buttons.
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Locking your phone
Locking your PPC-6600 prevents access to personal data. When you enable this feature,
your PPC-6600 will automatically lock after a specified time of inactivity. A screen will be
displayed requiring your PPC-6600 lock password before access is granted.
1. Tap
Settings
Personal
Password.
2. Select the type of password you would like to use : Simple 4 digit password or
Strong alphanumeric password.
Note : A strong password must have at least 7 characters that are a
combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numerals, and
punctuation.
The recipient will get the message in seconds. For more information on Text Messaging,
visit www.bell.ca/datadevices
Bell Mobility has more features and services available for you. For more information
on the availability of these features and services, please visit our website at
www.bell.ca. Please note some features may not be available in all areas.
Got Questions?
Contact our Customer Care Centre
Whenever you call, you’ll enjoy friendly, individual attention and you’ll get fast answers
to any questions you have.
For Billing and Service inquires please call : 1 800 667-0123 or *611 from your device.
For Technical and Data Support please call : 1 877 DATA-123
3. Enter the password and, if necessary, confirm the password.
4. Select how long your mobile device must be turned off before the password is
required for using the device by tapping Prompt if device unused for.
PLEASE REFER TO THE AUDIOVOX PPC6600 USER MANUAL ON THE COMPANION CD TO
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ADDITIONAL FEATURES AND FUNCTIONALITY OF THIS DEVICE.
op tional wireless services and features
from bell mobility
our agreement with you
Thank you for selecting Bell Mobility as your wireless service provider. These Terms of
Service are needed for legal reasons and form the contract (the “Contract”) that will
govern your relationship with Bell Mobility (sometimes referred to as “us” or “we”).
The Contract is binding on you and us for each Device that you connect to our network
and for service we provide to you for your Device.
Definitions
Cancellation Fee: The fee you pay us if you end your Contract before it expires.
The following are just a few of the optional features that are available to you to use along
with your new voice enabled device.
Devices: Any wireless communication device, including cellphones, pagers, camera
phones, handheld computers or other communicators that you connect to our network.
Note: Must activate on a Bell Mobility Voice plan to be subscribed to these services.
E9-1-1 Services: Any emergency services that we are mandated to provide you.
Message Centre
Term: The service period of either 30 days, 12 months, 24 months or 36 months
selected by you, starting on the date your service is activated.
Message Centre is a versatile, easy-to-use automated voice messaging service that is an
optional feature available to you. The service answers your phone and records your
callers’ messages when you’re on the line, away from your phone, out of coverage area
or have your phone turned off. It can store up to 25 messages for as long as 7 to 14 days
(depending on the province) and your passcode ensures all your messages are
completely private.
Text Messaging
Roaming Charges: The charges payable by you when the call made with your Device is
routed to another provider’s network.
Long Distance Charges: The charges payable by you for establishing long distance
connections with your Device.
System Access Fee: The fee payable by you to cover a portion of network operating costs.
Phone to Phone: Send short messages to Bell Mobility Subscribers provisioned for the
services whenever you like. All that's required is a CH@T-ready device and the Bell
Mobility cellphone number you want to send a message to.
By E-mail: Bell Mobility assigns a personal e-mail address to each Text Messaging
subscriber (e.g. 0123456789@txt.bellmobility.ca). Your friends and business
contacts can therefore reach you by sending an e-mail to this address.
World Wide Web: Text messages can also be sent from our website at
www.txt.bellmobility.ca Simply type your message and click SEND.
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what we’ll provide to you
Guaranteed Airtime Pricing
We will not increase your monthly access fee or your airtime rates for local out of
bundle calls during the Term. Fees and charges for features or services, Long
Distance and Roaming charges, text messaging, mobile browsing and picture
messaging charges, System Access Fee, 9-1-1 emergency service fees, connection
charges, Device leasing charges and late payment charges may increase during the
Term at our discretion after giving you at least 30 days notice. Promotional offers
may be available to you when you activate your service and during the Term and
are offered at our discretion for limited periods of time.
Protection of Your Privacy
All information that Bell Mobility keeps about you is confidential, other than publicly
available information such as your name, address and listed telephone number. Unless
you provide express consent or Bell Mobility is required by law, Bell Mobility will not
disclose your personal information to anyone other than to:
Warranty and Return Policy
The performance, quality, or suitability of your Device is subject to the manufacturer’s
specifications and warranty. We do not guarantee uninterrupted service and will not be
liable for any damages, losses or expenses that may arise due to temporary network
failure or disruption of your services.
For details on our return policy for Devices and service cancellation without paying
Cancellation Fees, please visit www.bell.ca/warrantyandrepairs. You may be permitted
to do so within 15 days of purchase but you will be responsible for all fees and charges
for usage incurred prior to return and cancellation.
i) you;
ending your contract
ii) a person who, in our reasonable judgment, is seeking your personal information as
your agent;
Your Contract will end if:
iii) another telecommunications service provider for the purpose of providing you with
efficient and cost-effective telecommunications service;
2) We contact you to end your Contract if at anytime you do not pay any amount
owing when due, including a required deposit, or you otherwise violate these
Terms of Service.
iv) another company for the purpose of supplying you telephone or telephone directory
related services;
1) You contact us to terminate your service before your Contract expires.
When your Contract ends:
v) an agent that we retain for the purposes of evaluating your credit worthiness or
collecting your account;
1) Your service will terminate 30 days later, or immediately in some cases if we have
ended your Contract.
vi) a public authority if it appears there is imminent danger to life or property.
2) You must immediately pay all charges that are due including any Cancellation Fee
and any outstanding payments or finance charge(s) – in connection with Device
leasing.
We also protect your personal information in accordance with the Bell Customer Privacy
Policy and the Bell Code of Fair Information Practices, which apply to the Bell
Companies, including Bell Canada, Bell Mobility, Bell ExpressVu and Bell World or Espace
Bell stores. Unless you tell us otherwise, by signing this Contract you consent to Bell
Mobility sharing your personal information with the other Bell Companies to help us
identify your communication and entertainment needs, and to provide you with
relevant information, advice, and solutions. The Bell Companies do not provide or sell
your personal information to any outside company without your explicit consent. To
view the full Policy and Code, or if you prefer at any time that Bell Mobility not share
your personal information with the Bell Companies, visit www.bell.ca or call 1 800
667-0123 for more details. By signing this Contract you also consent to Bell Mobility
obtaining information about your credit history from a credit reporting agency for the
purpose of activating your service, and to disclosing your Bell Mobility credit history to
a credit reporting agency.
Your Telephone Number
You do not own the telephone number that we have provided to you and we reserve
the right to change it if required. We will notify you in advance and we will not be liable
for any costs associated with this change.
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Your telephone number may be automatically transmitted to the person you call,
other carriers, or to us. You may permanently block the display by telling us when you
activate your service, or on a per call basis at any time by dialing *67 before you dial
the desired phone number. If you choose to permanently block your display, you can
unblock the display by dialing *82 before you dial the desired phone number.
3) You must contact your financial institution to cancel direct debits and credit card
authorization relating to your account. If your Contract has not ended then upon the
expiration of your Term, your Contract will be automatically renewed on a monthly
basis and if your former rate plan is not available, we will provide you an alternative.
your obligations
Payments
Monthly Service
Your monthly bill is payable upon receipt and if not paid within 30 days of the date
indicted on the bill you will be charged interest on the balance owing at the late
payment rate indicated on your bill. If you fail to pay your bill, or any interim payment,
on time, we may suspend your service or end your Contract and terminate your service.
Your monthly charges will include your monthly access fee, all applicable taxes, and
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may include: local out of bundle minutes, fees and charges for features, Long Distance
and Roaming charges; text messaging, mobile browser and picture messaging charges;
System Access Fee, 9-1-1 emergency service fees, connection charges, Device leasing
charges, late payment charges and all applicable taxes.
limits on our liability
Prepaid Service
i) defects, failures or interruptions in transmission;
Prepaid customers are also subject to these Terms of Service. Charges will be
deducted (i) immediately for usage and pay per use services, and (ii) every month
for recurring features, in each case from your Bell Mobility Prepaid account in
accordance with the terms described in your Prepaid Activation Kit.
ii) any damages, loss of profits, loss of property, loss of earning, loss of business
opportunities, or any other loss, however caused, arising directly or indirectly from
your use of the service, features or your Device;
Except for physical injuries or death, or damage to property caused by our gross
negligence, we are not liable to you or anyone using your Device for the following:
Security Deposits
iii) any content transmitted on or recorded by our network, including content that may
be illegal, dangerous, defamatory or annoying or which may infringe upon the
intellectual property, privacy or other rights of another party;
Should your credit rating or usage charges warrant, we may require a refundable
security deposit from you. Your security deposit will be returned to you after 6
months of consistent payments in the same form as originally provided.
iv) our acts or omissions, including those of our employees, agents and persons for
whom we are legally responsible, whether negligent or otherwise;
Transferring Responsibility
v) any violation by you of these Terms of Service, your negligence, or acts or omissions
when using the service, features or your Device;
You may not transfer your account to anyone else without our prior consent. You must
contact our Customer Service department and a transfer service fee may be charged.
vi) loss, theft or unauthorized use of any Bell Mobility Prepaid cards or the12 digit-pin.
Loss or Theft
It is your responsibility to notify us immediately if your Device is lost, stolen or destroyed.
You are responsible for replacing it and for all fees and charges incurred prior to you
notifying us.
Responsible use of Services
You cannot use the services or your Device for any illegal or abusive purposes. You
cannot use the services or Device if your use causes our network, or our ability to
provide services to others, to be adversely affected. You cannot threaten or abuse any
Bell Mobility employee or representative. To protect the integrity of our network, you
may not resell any of our services or allow any alteration of the electronic serial number
located on your Device. In addition, you must agree to follow all other service
regulations issued or adopted by us.
Indemnity
You are responsible for and will indemnify us for all damages, losses, expenses and any
action, claim and judgment which may be made against us by anyone in connection
with your use of our services or violation of these Terms of Service.
The following applies when we provide e9-1-1 Services. Our liability is not limited by
the limitations set out below in cases of our deliberate fault, gross negligence or anticompetitive conduct or in cases of breach of contract where the breach results from our
gross negligence. Except in cases where our negligence results in physical injury, death
or damage to your property or premises, our liability for negligence related to our
provision of e9-1-1 Services is limited to the greater of $20 and three times the amount
you would otherwise be entitled to receive as a refund for the provision of defective
service under this Contract. In respect of our provision of e9-1-1 Services, we are not
liable for:
(i) libel, slander, defamation or the infringement of copyright arising from material or
messages transmitted over our telecommunications network from your property or
premises or recorded by your Device or our equipment;
(ii) damages arising out of your acts, default, neglect or omission in the use or
operation of equipment we have provided to you; and
(iii) any act, omission or negligence of other companies or telecommunications systems
when facilities of such other companies or telecommunications systems are used in
establishing connections to or from your facilities and Device.
Licenses
You grant us and our suppliers a world-wide, royalty-free, unrestricted license to use,
copy, adapt, transmit, display and perform, distribute and create compilations and
derivative works from any and all user content you elect to post in connection with the
service, solely as required for us to provide you the service. You acknowledge that we
may store your user content on our facilities for the purposes of you accessing such
content, but that if you fail to access such content within a certain period of time (not
less than 30 days from the last access unless we tell you otherwise) or if your service
terminates, we may delete such content without notice to you.
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If you do not agree with the above Terms of Service, do not proceed with the activation
of your Device and please return it to us undamage in its original packaging within 15
days of the purchase date. If you do not sign below but activate your Device and use the
service, you agree that you are bound by the above Terms of Service.
IF YOU AGREE WITH THE ABOVE TERMS OF SERVICE, INCLUDING THE LIMITS ON OUR
LIABILITY, please sign below.
I prefer that Bell Mobility not share my personal information with the other Bell
Companies.
Thank you for reviewing the Terms of Service, we look forward to serving you.
Sincerely,
Cameron McCuaig
VP Customer Service
Bell Mobility Inc.
Accepted by:
[Customer Name]________________________________________________
Date: __________________________________________________________
Customer Signature: ____________________________________________
These Terms of Service cannot be modified in any way by your Bell Mobility sales
representative or agent. If you require further information please contact www.bell.ca
or Customer Service at 1 800 667-0123.
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