How to get the most out of your service
Use your phone’s messaging features to communicate, such as text messaging (SMS), email, instant messaging (IM) and multimedia messaging (MMS).
Use video calling services such as FaceTime to communicate in sign language and stay in touch with friends and family.
Explore your phone’s notification settings and choose from a variety of visual and vibrating alerts.
Turn on closed captioning when watching video on your device.
See our list of TTY-enabled handsets below.
Accessibility services call centre
Get advice on products and services, and answers to your questions, from our dedicated call centre agents.
See the caller's name or phone number before you answer or in case you miss a call.
Call Display is already included in most rate plans. If you’re not subscribed, you can log in to MyBell and add the feature.
Voicemail to Text
Get your voice messages as text messages on your mobile phone. Voicemail to Text converts your messages and supports both English and French.
More about Voicemail to Text
Text with 9-1-1 (T9-1-1)
This service allows deaf, hard of hearing or speech-impaired persons to communicate with 9-1-1 call centres using text messaging (SMS).
More about Text with 9-1-1
Self serve with MyBell
Manage all your Bell services online with MyBell. Take care of tasks such as reviewing bills, changing rate plans and checking usage.
Register for MyBell
Log in to MyBell
This service lets people with hearing or speech disabilities communicate with hearing persons by phone with the help of trained operators.
More about Relay service
Bell IP Relay
This service lets people with hearing or speech disabilities communicate with hearing persons through a web-enabled computer and with the help of trained operators.
More about Bell IP Relay
If eligible, operators can place local calls and navigate Interactive Voice Response (IVR) systems for you, free of charge. The surcharge for operator-assisted long distance calls is also waived.
For more information, please contact us.