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- Bell MTS Call Display service lets you see the name and number of the person calling. You decide whether to answer or return the call later. All you need is a Call Display-equipped phone and a subscription to Call Display.
- All non-published names and telephone numbers are displayed to subscribers of Call Display and other phone service providers, including wireless providers, unless the caller activates one of the Call Blocking options.
- Do you have Bell MTS Ultimate TV? You no longer have to leave the couch to see who's calling. If you have Bell MTS Call Display and Bell MTS Ultimate TV you can see who's calling on your TV screen. Call Bell MTS at 204 225-5687 to learn more about Bell MTS Ultimate TV and Call Display.
Note: Use of some features assumes availability and customer subscription to Bell MTS Calling Features. Some conditions apply.*Some products may be unavailable in some areas of Manitoba. If we need to clarify your Call Display order an Bell MTS Service Representative will contact you on the following Business Day (Monday - Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.).
The name associated with a telephone may not be available in all areas.
Some Calling Features available in select areas. All Bell MTS Calling Features require subscription to Bell MTS Local phone service. One month free trial is available to new customers only (defined as customers who have not had Call Display within the past three months). After one month free trial, regular monthly charges will appear on your bill. Free Selective Display Blocking is automatically available to all Bell MTS residential and most business customers on a per call basis. To block the display of your name and number, enter *67 on your phone or 1167 on a rotary dial phone before making a call.
To use Call Display:
The phone number and name appears on the display screen after the first full ring if:
- The call is from a local number or long distance number* in Canada.
- The call is placed from an area where the Call Display service is available.
- The person receiving the call has an appropriate Call Display terminal (such as the Aastra 480e set or a Call Display unit) and subscribes to Call Display.
- The call is from a customer of another phone service provider (including wireless providers) that delivers call display information.
* Long distance information is delivered across Canada where technology permits.
"Unknown Number" and "Unknown Name" will be displayed after the first full ring if:
- The call is operator assisted.
- The call is from some types of wireless phones.
- The call is from an area where Call Display features are not available (local or long distance in Canada).
"Private Number" and "Unknown Name" will be displayed after the first full ring if:
- The caller chose to activate a blocking option.
"Long Distance" will not be displayed if :
- The call originates from a long distance area not equipped to provide Call Display.
Crisis lines, women's shelters and resource centres do not subscribe to Call Display.
To use Call Display Blocking:
Display Blocking prevents your name and phone number from appearing on a display screen. The following options are available:
Free Selective Display Blocking is automatically available, free of charge, to all single line residence and most business customers where Call Display is available.
- Simply enter *67 on your phone or 1167 on your rotary dial phone or *967 on Centrex before making your call.
- "Private Number" and "Private Name" will be displayed instead of your phone number and name.
- When making long distance calls, activate Selective Call Display blocking before dialing.
FREE Automatic Display Blocking is provided to shelters for victims of abuse. Automatic Display Blocking is available on request to victims of spousal abuse living outside shelters. This option prevents the number and name from displaying on all calls.
Operator-Assisted Blocking prevents your name and number from being displayed by placing your call through the operator. You must ask the operator for Display Blocking assistance. A fee of $0.80 per call will apply for operator-assisted dialing. "Unknown Number" and "Unknown Name" will appear on the display screen receiving the call.
All non-published names and telephone numbers are displayed to subscribers of Call Display and to customers of other phone service providers (including wireless providers), unless the caller activates one of the Call Blocking options.
The name associated with a telephone (name display) may not be available in all areas.
Hints & Tips
- Call Name and Number Display service works with direct dialled calls from most areas, including other phone service and wireless providers that deliver Call Display information.
- The originating name and telephone number will not be displayed when the called number is the third party of a three-way call.
- If you subscribe to Call Waiting and hear the Call Waiting tone while on the phone, the calling name and number of the second incoming call is not displayed (unless you also have Call Waiting Plus or Visual Call Waiting).
- The originating name and telephone number will be displayed if calls are forwarded to a telephone number with Call Display.
- If you subscribe to Ident-A-Call, only the main telephone number and associated name is displayed. The Ident-A-Call number will never be displayed.
- When you combine Call Display and Call Answer services, you have the choice of answering immediately after recognizing the caller's number or letting Call Answer service take the call for you.
- Call Display service in conjunction with certain types of telephones (i.e. the Aastra 480e) provides a callers log of incoming calls.