Setting Up Voice Mail
Please to refer to the Welcome Guide, which you received with your phone, for full instructions on how to set up your
voice mail service. For the Nokia 6230, be sure to follow the "Next Generation" phone instructions and use 1111 as your
temporary voice mail password.
Using Text Messaging
Text messaging is already active on your phone, and any messages you receive are FREE. This is means you're able to
receive text messages from other wireless callers as well as info alerts for free from sites such as CNN.com, and the
Weather Channel. PC users can also send emails (150 character maximum) to your phone using your 10-digit telephone
email@example.com as the email address. To illustrate, the format of your address looks something like this:
To respond to text messages, it's just a dime per message that you send, or you can get a money-saving text messaging
plan if you become a frequent user. To switch to a text messaging plan at any time, simply call #TXT from your wireless
phone and add the service using our automated ordering line.
Note: If you're sending a message to a stored contact, the wireless number must contain 10 digits
for the message to be sent successfully.
Cincinnati Bell Wireless Internet Services
If you subscribe to one of our Wireless Internet plans, there are a lot of added benefits you receive including a free Fuse
email box, the ability to personalize your service and better rates on downloads and data usage beyond your selected
plan. If you choose not to subscribe, you can still try Wireless Internet and pay-as-you-go using our more limited service.
All the applications within this section require that you be connected to Cincinnati Bell Wireless Internet Service. To
connect to CBW Internet Services, simply select Menu > Services > Home to access a menu of CBW Internet services.
To customize your preferences using your PC, visit www.cincinnatibell.com/portal and click on "My News." To customize
your preferences using your phone, select My Info > More > Edit Settings.
Note: Downloadable games have a fee when you download and the kilobytes used to download the game
are deducted from your monthly data plan. Games that you play online are free, except the kilobytes used while
playing are deducted from your monthly data plan.
Quick Start Guide