Verizon One telephone User guide

Verizon One
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Quick Start Guide
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Verizon One Quick Start Guide
Thank you for choosing Verizon One!
Verizon One brings together a cordless telephone, high-speedDSL
modem and wireless router - all in one convenient unit. Used with
Verizon One, your Verizon Online DSL connection enables you and
your household to have one place to access your communications,
plus access to information like Weather, News, Sports and Movie
Listings on the touch-screen display.
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Your kit contains everything you need to set-up Verizon One and
install your Verizon Online DSL Service if you are a new subscriber.
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Verizon One Base Unit with Display
Verizon One Base Unit Swivel Support Stand
Cordless Telephone Handset with Battery
Handset Belt Clip
Stylus
Power Adaptor and Cord
RJ-11 Gray Phone Cord
RJ-45 Yellow Ethernet Cable
DSL Installation CD
Verizon One will instruct you when to insert into your computer.
10. DSL Filter Kit
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The DSL Installation CD will instruct you on where and how to install filters.
Filter Kit only included for new DSL subscribers.
11. Verizon One Important Product Information (not pictured)
12. Verizon Online DSL Resource Guide (not pictured)
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Get Started
Follow these Step-by-Step instructions
to set-up your Verizon One:
Base Unit
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Step 3
Step 1
Plug in the Power Cord (Figure 2).
Attach the Verizon One Base Unit to
the Swivel Support Stand (Figure 1).
Connect the DC 12V power supply cord
to the power connector marked 12V DC
on the rear panel of the Verizon One
Base Unit. Plug the other end of the
power supply into an AC wall socket, and
then turn on the power switch (if it is not
on already). Check the Base to see if the
Power LED is solid green. If the Power
LED is solid green, Verizon One power
is on.
Follow the Instructions on the Verizon
One Display (Figure 3).
Firmly snap the Verizon One Base Unit
Swivel Support Stand onto the back of
the Base Unit. Locate a sturdy, flat
surface, table or desktop near an active
wall AC power outlet, an active telephone
jack and your primary computer.
Figure 1
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Figure 2
Power is On
The Verizon One display will walk you
through the necessary steps to complete
the set-up of Verizon One and the
installation of your Verizon Online DSL
Service (if required).
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Cordless Handset
Step 4
Connect the Cordless Handset Battery
(Figure 4).
Remove the battery cover by pressing
and sliding the cover off the battery
compartment. Attach the battery cable
connector to the connector socket inside
the battery compartment, and then slide
the battery into the compartment. (Note:
Prior to replacing the battery cover,
be sure that the battery cables will not
obstruct the compartment when the cover
is replaced). Replace the battery cover by
sliding the cover upward until it snaps into
place on the Handset.
Note: Prior to using your Verizon One
Handset for the first time, the Handset
battery must be fully charged. To charge
the Handset, place it into the cradle with
the keypad face down so the contacts on
the Handset touch the contacts on the
Base Unit. Allow the battery to charge for
approximately 12 hours before using it for
the first time.
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Figure 4
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Step 5
Registering the Cordless Handset allows
the Handset to communicate with the
Base Unit. To register the Handset to the
Base Unit, perform these steps:
Handset and a call may be placed
successfully. If no dial tone is emitted,
but the Handset indicated that it
successfully registered with the Base,
verify that the Base Unit is connected to
an active telephone line and that this line
is plugged into the DSL/Phone port on
the back of the Base Unit.
1. Select the <Menu> function on the
Handset.
Standard Cordless Phone Features
Register the Cordless Handset
(Figure 5).
2. Using the round navigation button,
scroll down to find the [Registration]
menu. Next, press the top left corner
key to select Registration.
You get all the features you’re used to
– Mute, Flash, Hold, Phone Book and
Redial.
3. Once you have selected Registration,
the Handset will instruct you to press
and hold the <Intercom> key on the
Base Unit. Press and hold this key for
3 seconds.
4. After 3 seconds, the Handset will
automatically register to the Base Unit
To verify successful registration, press
the <Talk/Flash> button on the Handset.
A dial tone will be emitted from the
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Figure 5
You’re now ready to use Verizon One!
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Verizon One Features - Just a Touch Away
Navigation
Verizon One’s visual touch-screen
display provides access to everything
you use most often. This section shows
how to navigate using the touch-screen
menu.
One-Touch Screen Features
Home Screen
The Home screen allows access by
providing shortcuts to the Menu
and popular menu options such as
Calls & Memos and News & More.
Your Home screen picture and weather
settings can be customized by selecting
Settings from the Menu.
Touch the Home icon
screen to return Home.
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on any
Select one of the following from the
Home screen to get:
Calls & Memos
Access to communications tools such
as Calls, Memos and Voice Mail*.
Home
Menu
Calls & Memos
Shortcuts
News & More
Volume
News & More
Access to information such as News,
Sports, Movies and more.
Menu
Your direct link to your Calls, Address
Book, Calendar, Verizon SuperPages,
Settings, and every Verizon One
feature accessible via touch-screen.
Shortcuts
Choose to have quick access to a
handful of features.
Volume
Control the volume of your device, or
silence it, from the Home screen.
*Available to Verizon Home Voice Mail subscribers only
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Verizon One Features - At Your Fingertips
One-Touch Screen Features
Calls: Access your incoming and
outgoing call logs***, add callers
directly to your Address Book or
call back with one touch.
Voice Mail**: One touch to
access your Voice Mailbox and
listen to your messages.
Memos: Use a keypad or
freestyle memo pad (using the
stylus) to jot down numbers or
leave notes for other household
members.
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SuperPages*: Search and view
residential and business listing
information, access maps and
directions, and direct dial with
one touch.
Address Book*: Access and
manage your online address
book with the ability to directly
place calls from it.
Calendar*: Access and manage
your online calendar, schedule
appointments, make task lists
and more.
News & More*: Check local
weather and the 5-day forecast
(for your home or any ZIP code),
read news and sports headlines,
review movie listings, find theaters
and show times, get sports
scores, watch favorite stocks and
read your daily horoscope.
Verizon Messages: Receive
messages about your Verizon
account and service status.
Emergency Numbers: Create
and dial from a list of your saved
emergency phone numbers
including Police, Fire, Hospital,
Doctor and Poison Control.
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Verizon One Features - At Your Fingertips
One-Touch Screen Features (cont’d)
E-Mail**: Check and send
E-Mail directly from the Verizon
One device.
Settings: Select your Display,
Backgrounds, Screensavers
and Ringtones.
Alarm/Timer: Set an Alarm, use
the Timer or start the Stopwatch
to keep time.
Phone Tips: Reference dialing
shortcuts that you can use for
some of the most common
phone applications—such as
dialing the last person who
called you (*69).
Calculator: Perform basic
calculation functions like
addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division.
Speed Dial: One touch to dial a
phone number from your saved
speed dial numbers.
Help: Get instructions, find
FAQs and locate helpful Web
sites.
*Display of these features requires your DSL or FiOS Service to be active. Once your service
ready date has arrived, and Verizon One detects an active Internet connection – these
features will automatically appear.
**Available to Verizon Home Voice Mail subscribers only.
***Caller ID subscription is required.
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Wireless*: Share your single
DSL connection with multiple
computers and hardware
devices in your household create a local wireless network
with Verizon One’s combination
DSL modem and wireless
router.
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Verizon One on the Web
Learn more about Verizon One
including access to your Verizon One
User Guide by visiting:
www.verizon.com/verizon-one
Verizon One on the Web is also your
resource to remotely access and
manage your Verizon One settings
when you’re at your PC or away from
home.
Choose and tailor the content you see
on your Verizon One touch-screen for
access to Weather, News, Sports,
Movie Listings and more.
Address Book & Calendar
Add or update phone numbers,
addresses, tasks and appointments.
Settings
Date/Time
Once connected to an active DSL
connection, Verizon One will automatically
synchronize the date and time for you.
However you may adjust your Time Zone
at any time.
Screen Saver
Choose from a variety of screen savers to
preview and display on your Verizon One
touch-screen.
Display
Personalize your Verizon One by
previewing and selecting a background
image for your touch-screen.
Voice Mail*
Setup your Verizon One to access your
Verizon Home Voice Mail service. Just enter
your Voice Mail Access Phone Number.
Cell Phones
You can register one or more of your cell
phones so you can upload photos from
your cell phone to use as a background or
screen saver on Verizon One.
Home Networking
Enable or disable your Verizon One home
networking settings, including wireless
settings.
Ring Tones
You can choose from a list of Ring Tones for
your Verizon One. You can even download
new Ring Tones directly to the device.
Volume
Adjust the volume of your Verizon One
device directly from the Home screen.
*Available to Verizon Home Voice Mail subscribers only.
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Verizon One on the Web
Settings (cont’d)
Shortcuts
You can create Shortcuts to features from
the Home screen. Just choose the
features you want at hand.
VoiceWing
Go to www.verizon.com/voicewing
for more information.
System Info
View details of system updates to
your Verizon One and review system
information.
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Add iobism Home to take your Verizon One to the next level
Upgrade your Verizon One with iobi
Home*
Verizon iobi Home is an exciting new
service that lets you access multiple
calling features, Address Book and
Calendar, outgoing E-Mail and Text
Messaging all in one place from any PC or
laptop with an Internet connection.
iobi Home also gives your Verizon One
these great additional features:
Manage Calls
Manage incoming Calls directly from
the Verizon One screen – iobi Home
lets you Answer or Block the Call, or you
can forward it to another number or send
it to your Voice Mailbox.
Voice Mail**
With iobi Home, you’ll get an on-screen
list of each Voice Mail message with the
Caller ID information from your Call Log.
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Instead of dialing into your Voice Mailbox,
you can now play your messages directly
on-screen in any order that you choose.
Forward Calls at Your Convenience
Never miss a call. iobi Home lets you
forward your calls instantly from your
home phone to another telephone
number - like a cellular phone or work
phone. You can also create and save a
list of different destination numbers that
you can easily activate or deactivate.
Plus, you can set up a Call Forwarding
schedule in advance - for regular times
when you’re away from home. The
schedule automatically shows up as an
entry on your Calendar.
Upgrade Verizon One with iobi Home
today!
Visit www.verizon.com/iobihome.
*iobi Home is not currently compatible with Macintosh®
computers. Charges for forwarded calls will be billed by
the carrier that carries the forwarded calls. Calls may not
be forwarded to an international number. Verizon is not
responsible for messages that are lost or delayed due
to transmission via the Internet. Information sent via the
Internet, including E-mail and Text Messages, is not
secure and may be intercepted by third parties during
transmission. Verizon is not responsible for the content
of messages sent via the E-mail feature. iobi Home may
not be used for any unlawful purpose, such as sending
unsolicited commercial E-mail messages (e.g., spamming).
Recipient is responsible for the cost of receiving Text
Messages, if any. Taxes and other charges apply. iobi
Home is not available in all locations at this time.
**You must subscribe to a compatible version of Verizon
Home Voice Mail (sold separately) to access Voice Mail
features of iobi Home.
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Need Help?
If you need instructions for Verizon One
or your Verizon Online DSL service, the
answer is usually just a click away.
Help with Using Verizon One
Touch
at the top of any screen to find
instructions and helpful tips.
Visit www.verizon.com/verizon-one for
access to your Verizon One User Guide
and more.
Tip: Experiencing trouble with Verizon
One or the touch-screen display? Use
the black power switch on the back of the
Base Unit to turn Verizon One OFF and
then back ON again. This may help solve
the problem.
Help with Your DSL Service
Is Your PC Ready for DSL?
You must ensure that your computer
meets minimum requirements. Otherwise,
your DSL service will not work properly.
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Visit our online tool at:
www.verizon.net/checkmypc for instructions.
Has Your DSL Service Ready Date
Arrived?
By following the Welcome screens on the
Verizon One display (Step 3 in this Guide),
Verizon One will automatically check for
an active DSL connection and notify you
when your Service Ready Date has arrived.
However, if you would like to find out when
your service will be activated, visit:
www.verizon.com/dslorderstatus or call us
at 1(800) 567-6789.
Did You Complete DSL Installation
After Your Service Ready Date Arrived?
Once Verizon One has detected an active
DSL connection and notified you that your
DSL Service Ready Date has insert the
enclosed DSL Installation CD to complete
your DSL registration.Inserting the CD into
your primary computer will then provide
Step-by-Step Instructions for installing
DSL Filters in your home, and assist you
with your account set-up.
Are You Using Verizon One with FiOS?
If you are using Verizon One with FiOS,
please call the National FiOS Service
Center on 1 (888) 553-1555 with any
problems.
If You Need More Help . . .
• Visit the “Need Help?” section of the
enclosed book called “Verizon Online
DSL Resource Guide”.
• See the Step-by-Step Instructions on
the CD.
• Once you install your CD software, click
the “Verizon Online Support Center” icon
(on your desktop). It works even when
your computer is offline.
• Go to http://onlinehelp.verizon.net once
connected.
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Setting Up Your Home Network
Help with Using Verizon One
If you are planning to use Verizon One
for Home Networking, we strongly
recommend that you complete your DSL
Installation before setting up your Wireless
Home Network.
Your Verizon One is equipped with a
Westell VersaLinkTM Gateway - a
combination DSL modem and wireless
router which allows you to share a single
DSL connection among multiple
computers in your home.
Your Verizon One Wireless Home
Network was shipped to you disabled
(turned OFF). Enable (turn ON) your
Wireless Network by:
· Selecting Menu on the touch-screen
· Select Settings
· Select Wireless
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The Wireless Network screen will also allow
you to create your Wireless Network Name
(called an SSID).
To configure your Verizon One Home
Network (and access important security
settings), type http://192.168.1.1 into the
browser of the PC connected to Verizon
One.
Note: When asked to provide your Account
ID and Password provided by your Internet
Service Provider, type in the Verizon Online
DSL User Name and Password that you
established during your DSL software
installation (by inserting the CD included in
your Verizon One kit).
A complete User Guide, including information
on setting up and managing your Home
Network, is available online at:
www.verizon.com/verizon-one.
For additional information on the benefits of
Home Networking:
· Visit http://dslstart.verizon.net
· Select Help & Support
· Select Home Networking