Bell

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Bell may refer to:

Sound and music[edit]

Signals[edit]

Businesses[edit]

Telecommunications[edit]

  • Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell
  • AT&T Bell Laboratories, a former research & development subsidiary of AT&T
  • Bell Aliant, a communications company providing services in eastern Canada
  • Bell Atlantic, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the mid-Atlantic US, merged in 2000 with GTE to form Verizon
  • Bell Canada, a Canadian telecommunications company
  • Bell Communications Research, Inc., a research & development organization, originally a joint subsidiary of the Regional Bell Operating Companies, since renamed to Telecordia Technologies, Inc. and now a subsidiary of Ericsson
  • Bell Labs, a research & development organization founded by AT&T, now a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent
  • Bell Media, a Canadian media company, operated by Bell Canada
  • Bell Mobility, a wireless network selling services in Canada
  • Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., a former research & development joint subsidiary of AT&T and Western Electric
  • Bell System, the organization that provided telephone service in the United States until 1984
  • Bell Telephone Company, founded in 1877 by the family of Alexander Graham Bell
  • Bell TV, a division of Bell Canada
  • Illinois Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving Illinois
  • Indiana Bell, the Bell Operating Company serving Indiana
  • Michigan Bell, the subsidiary of AT&T serving the state of Michigan
  • Mountain Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the US Rocky Mountain region
  • Nevada Bell, the Bell System's telephone provider in Nevada
  • New Jersey Bell, (1904–1983)
  • Northwestern Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the North Central and Northwestern US
  • Ohio Bell, the Bell Operating Company serving most of Ohio
  • Pacific Bell, the name of the Bell System's telephone operations in California
  • Regional Bell Operating Company, any of the phone companies spun off from AT&T in 1984
  • South Central Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the South-Central US
  • Southern Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the Southeastern US
  • Southwestern Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas
  • Wisconsin Bell, (1984–1999)

Other business[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Places[edit]

Australia[edit]

Canada[edit]

Germany[edit]

South Africa[edit]

Uganda[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

Outer space[edit]

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]