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  1. Sorry I haven't visited for so long, I hope you are all OK. Just wondering whether anyone has ever tried BIMCELL ? I've been using Turkcell for 3+ years & certainly not dissatisfied with their service or anything. They keep putting their rates up but I just recently noticed Bimcell & amazed at their low rates, they seem too good to be true. I searched but found no mention of Bimcell on this site. If anyone has ever used it or knows someone who has, I'd love to hear your opinions before switching..... otherwise I'll go ahead & then let you all know my rating on it. Can alw
  2. Went to Vergi with my phone, paid fee to have it opened, was sent to Turkcell by the lady to complete the process. Turkcell sent me to PPT big language problem there, young man shouted in my face and through my phone and passport at me. What am I actually doing with my phone?
  3. Calling Within Turkey Calling a Number in the Same Province If you and the phone you're calling are in the same province, enter the seven-digit telephone number directly, such as 466-XXXX. Calling a Number in a Different Province The domestic calling prefix for inter-provincial dialing is 0 (zero). To call a number in another province, enter 0, then the area code, then the number, such as 0 232 466 XXXX. Calling a Mobile Phone from a Landline Mobile phones have their own prefix, like an area code. Call them in the same way you would call them in another province, such a
  4. Turk Telekom is the only residential telephone service provider in Turkey. To set up a residential telephone line, go to a local Turk Telekom office. You'll need to show your residence permit, passport, and proof of residence, such as your rental contract or title deed. It's a good idea to bring an old bill from the existing line if you have one. If you want to have Internet access through TTNet, Turk Telekom's internet service provider, you can do that in the same office, but it's a separate process. You don't need to pay anything to have your telephone service connected. The fee for con
  5. National Emergency Number (All Emergencies) Emergency: 112 Other Emergency Numbers Medical Emergency: 110 Fire: 110 Police: 155 Jandarma: 156 (for rural areas) Coast Guard: 158 Forest Fire: 177 Utility and Other Outages Telephone Problems: 121 Radio or TV Problems: 125 Water Problems: 185 Electricity Problems: 186 Gas Problems: 187 Operator Assistance International Calls: 115 Directory Assistance: 118 Domestic Calls: 131 Information and Public Services Wake Up Call: 135 Traffic: 154 PTT (Post Office) Info: 161 Tourism Info: 1
  6. There is an online telephone directory to help you find residential numbers. It's in Turkish, so you will need to know a few words. Soyadı: Last Name Adı: First Name İl: Province (also the area code) Semt: Neighborhood (if you know it) You must use Turkish characters if the name, province, or neighborhood requires it. If Turkish alphabetical letters are not on your keyboard, open a Microsoft Word document. Click "Insert," then "Symbol" on the top menu. You'll then see lots of various alphabetical characters, including those used in Turkish. Insert those characters into a Word d
  7. Telephone Cards Telephone cards can be bought at a PTT or from street stalls advertising telekart or telefon kartı. These are pre-paid cards loaded with usage units, which are called kontör (kawn-tur). The more expensive the call, the more kontörs click off. Credit Cards Most public telephones in Turkey today accept Visa, MasterCard, or American Express cards, just as they would a telephone card. Making a Call If you're using a telephone card, just insert the card into the slot. The phone will acknowledge the card, beep, and give you a dial tone. If you hear another beep
  8. It's quick and easy to set up Skype. Just connect to the Internet, download the program, and run it. Next set up your profile and account. You'll select a username and password, and your username will serve as your Skype identity. You'll then be instructed to run a test to make sure it's working properly. What You Will Need Besides a high-speed internet connection, you'll need a microphone and speakers (or a headset with a microphone), and a webcam if you want to make video calls. What You Can Do with Skype Call other Skype users, anywhere in the world, for free. Mak
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