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PRECAUTIONS
Exposure to radio frequency
signals
Your mobile handheld portable telephone is a low power radio transmitter
and receiver. When it is on, it receives
and also sends out radio frequency (RF)
signals.
In August, 1996, the Federal
Communications Commissions (FCC)
adopted RF exposure guidelines with
safety levels for handheld mobile phones.
Those guidelines are consistent with the
safety standards set by both U.S and
international standard bodies:
ANSI C95.1 (1992)*
NCRP Report 86 (1996)*
ICNIRP (1996)*
Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic evaluations of
the relevant scientific lite-rature. For
example, over 120 scientists, engineers,
and physicians from universities, government health agencies, and industry
reviewed the available body of research
to develop the ANSI Standard (C95.1).
The design of your phone complies with
the FCC guidelines and the above standards.
Phone operation
Normal position: Hold the phone as
you would any other telephone with
the antenna pointed up and over your
shoulder.
Tips on efficient operation:
- Extend your antenna fully.
- Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use.
Contact with the antenna affects call
quality and may cause the phone to
operate at a higher power level than
otherwise needed.
Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the
use of mobile telephones in the areas
where you drive. Always obey them.
Also, if using your phone while driving,
please:
- Give full attention to driving. Driving
safety is your first responsibility.
- Use hands-free operation, if available.
- Pull off the road and park before
making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
Aircraft
Antenna care
Use only the supplied or an approved
replacement antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications, or attachments
could damage the phone and may
vio-late FCC regulations.
* American National Standards Institute; National Council on Radiation
Protection and Measurement; International Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radio Protection.
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FCC regulations prohibit the use of
phones while in the air. Switch off your
phone before boarding an aircraft.
Blasting areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone off when in a
"blasting area" or in areas posted: "Turn
off two-way radio". Obey all signals and
instructions.
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PRECAUTIONS
Electronic devices
Other medical devices
Most modern electronic equipment is
shielded from RF signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be
shielded against the RF signals from
your mobile phone.
If you use any other personal medical
device, consult the manufacturer of
your device to determine if it is
adequately shielded from external RF
signals. Your physician may be able to
assist you in obtaining this information.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum
separation of 2.5 cm be maintained
between a handheld mobile phone
and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker.
These recommendations are consistent
with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
- Should always keep the phone more
than 2.5 cm from their pacemaker
when the phone is turned on.
- Should not carry the phone in a breast
pocket.
- Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
- If you have any reason to suspect that
interference is taking place, turn your
phone off immediately.
Hearing aids
Some digital mobile phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the
event of such interference, you may
want to consult your network operator
or service provider or call the customer
service line to discuss alternatives.
Turn your phone off in health care facilities when any regulations posted in
these areas instruct you to do so.
Hospitals or health care facilities may
be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF signals.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Turn your phone off when in any area
with a potentially explosive atmosphere
and obey all signs and instructions.
Sparks in such areas could cause an
explosion or fire resulting in bodily
injury or even death.
Areas with potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always clearly
marked. They include fuelling areas
such as petrol stations, below deck on
boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, vehicles using liquefied
petroleum gas (such as propane or butane), areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain,
dust, or metal powders, and any other
area where you would normally be
advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
Airbags
An airbag inflates with great force.
Do not place objects, including installed or portable mobile equipment in
the area over the airbag or in the airbag
deployment area. If in-vehicle mobile
equipment is improperly installed and
the airbag inflates, serious injury could
result.
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PRECAUTIONS /
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Vehicles
This telephone is designed for use in either
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic
systems in motor vehicles. Check with
the manufacturer or its representative
regarding your vehicle. You should
also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your
vehicle.
GSM 900 and GSM 1800 networks
Handover between the two types of network takes
place automatically and seamlessly
or
GSM 900 and GSM 1900 networks
The telephone connects automatically to the
present network.
Children
A mobile telephone is not a toy. Keep
the phone in a safe place out of children’s reach. Children may harm themselves or others and they may damage
the phone.
Electrical safety
This mobile telephone is intended for
use when supplied with power from
MA 4001, MA 4002, MA 4003 and
MA 4004 chargers. The use of any
other battery charging equipment will
invalidate any approval given to this
apparatus as well as the manufacturer’s
warranty.
Batteries
Batteries may explode if incinerated.
To prevent any injury or burn please
observe that the battery terminals never
get in contact with conducting objects
or are short circuited. Never dispose of
old batteries in your household refuse.
Return them to the place of purchase or
take them to a recycling centre so that
they may be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.
SIM card limitations
Network operators offer different kinds of services
and different kinds of SIM cards. Please contact
your network operator for further details.
Depending on your type of SIM card some features described in this user guide may not be
available to you or may not be operated in the way
described. Where a feature relates to the network
you will see this symbol
in the user guide.
The memory capacity of your SIM card may differ
from one type of card to another.
Accessories
The use of other types of chargers, batteries or
any accessories other than those recommended
for use with this telephone will invalidate any
approval given to this apparatus as well as the
manufacturer’s warranty on the telephone.
Care of your phone
Do not try to open the phone as this might
damage vital parts. The phone contains no components which can be repaired by the user. Any
repair requires expertise and should be carried
out only by an authorized service centre.
To clean your phone, wipe over with a soft cloth.
Do not use alcohol or other solvents as these will
harm your phone.
Do not use your mobile phone in high humidity
environments or where the temperature falls
below -10˚ or exceeds +55˚ C.
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CONTENTS
Precautions
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Page
2
Tones setup
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Page 31
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Page 32
Important notice
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Page
4
Phone setup
Keypad functions
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Page
6
Message setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 34
Display symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . Page
7
Phone book setup
Before you start
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Call timers and charge . . . . . . Page 35
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Page
Making your first call
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Page 10
Options
when in conversation
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Page 12
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Page 14
Security
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Calculator
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Accessories
Phone book
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Page 35
Page 36
Page 38
Page 39
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 42
Phone book editing
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Alternative phone books
Page 15
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Page 17
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Page 18
Outgoing calls
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Page 19
Answered calls
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Page 19
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Page 20
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Page 21
List menu system
Missed calls
Messages
Setup menu system
Call divert
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Page 24
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Page 26
Call barring
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Page 28
Call waiting
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Page 29
Supplementary
network services
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Page 30
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
LED (Status indicator)
Slow green flash: Your phone is in contact with a
network.
Fast green flash: Indicates an incoming call.
Slow red flash: Your phone cannot get in contact with a network.
Fast red flash:
The battery needs recharging.
Earphone
LED
On/off key
Press the key for one second to switch your
telephone on or off.
Function keys
with text line in display
The function of each key varies according to
whether you are in standby, menu or conversation
mode. The text line at the bottom of the display
will inform you of the actual function of each key
at any time.
Arrow keys up/down
For controlling volume level when in conversation, and scrolling through menus, phone book,
lists, messages etc.
Voice mail key
Quick access to your voice mail.
Key
Inserts the "+" before international phone numbers.
Key
Inserts a pause between the main number and the
extension number.
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Microphone
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DISPLAY SYMBOLS
Introduction
Making a call
Enter phone number. Press CALL
Answering a call
The telephone rings. Press ANSWER
Ending a call
Press END
Call indicator
SMS message indicators
There is a new message for you.
On: There are still unread messages.
Flashing: The SMS memory is full.
Voice mail indicator
Indicates that there is a voice mail for you.
Back to standby mode
Press EXIT
The telephone automatically returns to standby mode when no key has been pressed for 60
seconds.
Battery level indicator
See page 8 for more information.
Signal strength indicator
The stronger the signal (more signal bars
displayed), the better the radio connection.
Call divert indicator
On: All calls to your mobile telephone are diverted to another telephone number.
Flashing: Check the status of your call diverts.
Microphone off indicator
Volume level indicator
Indicates volume level when adjusting.
Ring volume off indicator
All-tones-off indicator
List menu indicator
Phone book indicator
Scroll indicators
Shows you that there are more functions up
or down which you can access. Also used
for scrolling though the list menus.
Indicates which key to press to increase
and decrease the volume level.
See page 31 for more information.
Calculator
Survey of arithmetic operations in the calculator
menu.
Display and keypad backlighting
The backlight switches on automatically when
you press a key. In standby mode the light will
automatically switch off if no key is pressed for
10 seconds or more.
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BEFORE YOU START
Insert rechargeable battery
When changing the battery your phone should
always be switched off.
1
1
2
Insert
Charge the battery
The battery supplied with this telephone is completely discharged. The telephone will initiate
charging as soon as you have inserted the charger
plug. The battery takes 1 to 4 hours to become
fully charged depending on type and size of the
battery.
To obtain optimum battery performance in daily
use, wait until the battery is completely discharged, before recharging to full capacity.
Battery level indicator
During charging the battery symbols will flash on
and off one after another continuously from the
bottom of the display up. When the battery is fully
charged all 4 symbols are permanently displayed
as long as the phone is switched on.
4 batteries:
Battery is fully charged.
1- 3 batteries: Battery is partly discharged.
0 batteries:
Battery needs recharging. You
have limited conversation time
left. At the same time the phone
will emit a short warning tone and
the LED on top of the phone will
emit a fast red flash.
If you insert another battery, this should be fully
charged in order to read out the battery capacity
accurately.
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2
3
Remove
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BEFORE YOU START
Insert SIM card
Before you can make a call on your mobile
phone you have to insert the SIM card.
Should you have forgotten to insert the SIM card
the telephone will ask you to do so.
Before inserting the SIM card into the phone
please make sure that any plastic remains from
the frame punching have been removed.
1. Switch off your phone.
2. Remove the battery if attached on the
phone.
3. Insert the SIM card in the slot and slide
it upwards until the locking catch snaps.
Please note that the truncated corner
should be at the bottom right.
4. Insert the battery.
5. Switch on the telephone.
The phone will display a welcome greeting.
6. Enter PIN code, if requested, and
confirm by pressing OK
The telephone will now start searching for your
home network. When connection is successfully
established, the name of your network operator
will be displayed.
Remove SIM card
To remove the SIM card press the small red
catch to the right of the SIM card with a pencil
or other pointed object.
If the telephone cannot get in touch with your
home network it will start searching for another
co-operating network.
If the phone cannot establish contact with any
network at all and you attempt to make a call, the
display will show please redial later .
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MAKING YOUR FIRST CALL
Selection of language
The display language of your phone is normally
the national language of the country in which you
purchased your SIM card. If this is not the case the
display language will be English. You have the
option of choosing between different languages.
If by mistake you select a language which you
don't understand you can return to your own
language by pressing the following keys:
0000 .
1. Press MENU
2. Press 31
3. Select language using
4. Confirm by pressing OK
5. Press EXIT
Making your first call
1. Enter the phone number you want to call.
2. Press CALL to make the call.
3. Press END to end the call.
If you call a phone number which is diverted to
another phone number, the display will show the
phone number to which you are connected and
not the one entered by you.
International calls
When making an international call, enter "+" by
pressing the -key for one second and then
enter the relevant national code number before
the telephone number (e.g. +45 for Denmark).
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Calling
+4596738000
END
MENU
Connected to
+4596738000
END
MENU
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MAKING YOUR FIRST CALL
Phone numbers with
extension number
Extension numbers can be dialled by entering a
pause between the main number and the extension number. To enter a pause, press the -key
for one second until the pause code P appears
on the display.
Emergency calls
In most cases emergency calls can be made with
or without a SIM card. To make an emergency
call without a SIM card just enter the worldwide
mobile phone emergency number 112 (In the
U.S. 911), press SOS and confirm by pressing
CALL .
Answering a call
1. Press ANSWER when the phone rings.
Connected to
+4596738000
2. Press END to end the call.
Use the arrow keys
and
decrease the speaker volume.
to increase and
REJECT
ANSWER
END
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MENU
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OPTIONS WHEN IN CONVERSATION
Muting the microphone
While having a call, you may wish to have a private conversation with someone else. You will
hear everything your caller says but you cannot
be heard by the caller.
To switch off the microphone:
Your telephone supports the following network
options: Having more than one conversation at a
time, placing calls on hold, switching between
calls, joining calls and transferring a conversation
to another phone number.
How to proceed
1. Press MENU
1. Press MENU when in conversation.
2. Select Microphone off
2. Select using
To return to your telephone conversation:
1. Press MENU
2. Select Microphone on
either
Microphone off
Hold call
Continue call
Switch calls
Drop active
Join calls
Private
Drop held
Transfer call
Phone book
Send message
3. Confirm by pressing SELECT
Note: The status of the call determines which
menu items are visible and available for you to
select.
Putting a call on hold
You can make a second call without having to
end a call that is currently active. Key in the
second phone number and press CALL .
The first call will automatically be put on hold.
Please be aware that you can only have one call
on hold at a time. You can also put calls on hold
manually by selecting Hold call .
Continuing a call
When you want to retrieve the call put on hold,
just select Continue call .
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KEYPAD LOCK
Switching between calls
If you select Switch calls , the active call
will be put on hold and the call on hold will now
be active. In this way you can switch between
your conversations.
Ending an active call while another is on hold
An active call can be ended by selecting
Drop active . The held call will remain on
hold and you have to retrieve it to continue conversation.
How to lock the keypad
To avoid making calls accidentally you can lock
the keypad.
1. Press MENU
2. Press
If you try to activate one of the keys, the display
will tell you that the keypad is locked.
How to unlock the keypad
Joining calls
If you have an active call and a call on hold at the
same time, you can select Join calls to
enable all of you to speak together.
Having a private call while others are on hold
If you have joined all calls and want to have a
private conversation with one of the callers,
select Private . The other calls will be put on
hold.
The keypad lock is automatically disabled
– during an incoming call until you have finished
your conversation
– when the telephone is placed in the hands-free
car installation kit
1. Press UNLOCK
2. Press
Ending a call put on hold
You can end the call put on hold by selecting
Drop held .
Transferring a call
If you have an active call and a call on hold you
can transfer the call without breaking the connection by selecting Transfer call so that
the other parties can continue speaking to each
other.
Calling a number in the phone book
During a conversation you can make a new call
to a number stored in your phone book by
selecting Phone book .
Sending an SMS message
If you want to send a message to a third party
select Send message .
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PHONE BOOK
You can store names and telephone numbers in
a phone book. The entries are stored on the SIM
card and the number of entries is dependent on
the capacity of the SIM card.
The length of a name or a telephone number depends on your SIM card.
There are several characters available on each
key, as shown in the table below. Press once to
get the first character, twice to get the second
character, and so on. When you need a space
between two characters, press
Holding down one of the keys for one second will
give you the option of lower case. Just press the
key again for one second to return to upper case.
1.,;:’”!¡?¿
&%£$¥@§¤
PQRS7ß
ΠΦΨΣ
pqrs7ß
ABC2ÆÅÄÇ
abc2æåäà
TUV8ÜΘ
tuv8üù
DEF3É∆
def3éè
WXYZ9Ξ
wxyz9
GHI4Γ
ghi4ì
V
JKL5
jkl5
MNO6Ø
ÑÖΩ
mno6øñöò
*+
0- / ( ) = < >_
Space #
How to store a name
and a telephone number
If you enter the phone number with the help of
"+" followed by the national code you can use
your phone book abroad without having to think
about international codes.
1. Enter the phone number.
2. Press
3. Enter name and press OK
The telephone will suggest that the name/number
should be stored under the first vacant location
number.
4. Confirm the location number by
pressing OK
How to select your own
location number
If you do not want to store the entry under the
suggested location number, you can select a
number of your own choice. Store frequently
used numbers in location numbers 1 to 9 so that
you can speed dial them by pressing only one
key (see page 15).
1. Store telephone number and name as
described previously in steps 1. to 3.
How to edit a name and a phone
number
2. Press CLEAR and enter a location
number of your own choice (up to 3 digits).
Press CLEAR briefly
– one character will be deleted
3. Confirm by pressing OK
Press CLEAR for one second
– the entire display will be deleted
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If you choose a location number that is occupied,
the phone will give you the option of overwriting
the existing entry. If you do not want to overwrite
the existing entry, press EXIT and the location
number suggested will be visible again.
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PHONE BOOK EDITING
If you have a voice mail number stored in your
phone book this should be stored under location 1. On some networks this has already been
done by the operator.
How to find a name
and a telephone number
How to edit a name
or a telephone number
1. Press
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select Phone book and press
SELECT
3. Select Edit entry and press OK
1. Press
2. Enter one or more letters of the name
you wish to find.
3. The name and telephone number will be
displayed.
4. Enter one or more letters of the entry
you wish to edit or select it by using
5. Press EDIT
6. Change the number using CLEAR
7. Enter the correct phone number.
If there is more than one name matching the entered letters, use the arrow keys to scroll through
to find the required name.
If there is no name to match the entered letters,
the display gives you the best match in the
phone book.
8. Confirm the change by pressing OK
9. Change name and location number in
the same way, if necessary.
How to delete a name and
a telephone number
4. Press CALL to make the call.
1. Press
When making a call the name will be shown on
the display. If the entry has no name the telephone number will be displayed.
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select Phone book and press
SELECT
3. Select Delete entry and press OK
Speed dialling
It is possible to make calls to any number stored
in the phone book more easily by using the location number (up to 3 digits).
To be able to use the speed dialling function it
must be switched on (see page 33).
4. Enter one or more letters of the entry
you wish to delete or select it by using
5. Press DELETE
6. Reconfirm by pressing OK
1. Press the location number for one second.
If the location number consists of more than 1 digit, press the first digit(s) and hold the last digit for
one second.
2. The call will automatically be initiated.
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PHONE BOOK STATUS/
PREFIX TELEPHONE NUMBERS
How to see the status of your
phone book
The telephone can display the total number of
locations on your SIM card and inform you how
many of these are free.
1. Press
Prefix telephone numbers
In your phone book you can store prefix phone
numbers and add additional digits to these. A
useful feature if for instance you often call a
company with a switchboard with direct dialling
facility.
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select Phone book and press
SELECT
3. Select Status and press OK
How to enter a prefix telephone
number
1. Enter the prefix digits of the telephone
number.
2. Hold down the -key for approx. 2 seconds, and you will see a W on the
display.
3. Repeat, holding down the -key for each
character you wish to add to the prefix
number.
4. Press
5. Enter name and location number
and press OK
How to call a prefix telephone
number
1. Press
2. Find the number you wish to call in your
phone book.
3. Press CALL
4. Enter the actual digits to replace the W
5. The call will automatically be initiated.
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ALTERNATIVE PHONE BOOKS
Depending on your SIM card you may have different alternative phone books. These phone books
will be visible in the phone display only if they
are available and enabled.
In order to be able to make such a phone book
you also need to have a PUK2 code from your
network operator and to use a PIN2 code of your
own choice.
Information numbers
See page 35 under Phone Book Setup how to
make use of barred numbers.
Numbers stored in this phone book typically give
information about taxis, airports, hotels, weather,
news, etc. Your network operator defines the
numbers stored in this phone book and the
contents cannot be changed by you.
Fixed numbers
With the help of this alternative phone book you
can restrict the use of your phone only to numbers stored in this special phone book. This telephone book operates in exactly the same way as
your ordinary phone book.
Own numbers
Some networks offer the possibility of having
more than one phone number on the same SIM
card. For instance one for normal conversations,
one for fax and one for data transmission.
This sub menu operates in the same way as the
ordinary phone book menu giving you the possibilities of finding, adding, editing and deleting the
entries.
However, in order to be able to make such a
phone book you need to have a PUK2 code from
your network operator and to use a PIN2 code of
your own choice.
See on page 35 under Phone book setup how to
make use of fixed numbers.
Service numbers
This phone book contains customer care, hotline
service numbers, etc. Your network operator defines the numbers stored in this phone book and
the contents cannot be changed by you.
Barred numbers
In this phone book you can store numbers to
which you do not allow any calls. This phone
book operates in exactly the same way as your
ordinary phone book.
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LIST MENU SYSTEM
Information about outgoing, answered and missed
calls as well as SMS messages are automatically
stored in lists:
Outgoing calls
• View names/phone numbers of your latest
outgoing calls
Messages
• Inbox for received point-to-point messages
• Outbox for sent point-to-point messages
• Send messages
• Read broadcast messages
How to access
the List menu system
Answered calls
• View names/phone numbers of your latest
answered calls
Missed calls
• View names/phone numbers of you latest calls
received but not answered
1. Press
2. Select the menu you want to access
by using
or
3. Confirm by pressing SELECT/OK
4. Select the sub menu you want to access
using
and press SELECT/OK
Phone book
• Find, add, edit or delete entries
• Phone book status
Information number phone book
• Find entries
Fixed number phone book
• Find, add, edit or delete entries
• Phone book status
Service number phone book
• Find entries
Barred number phone book
• Find, add, edit or delete entries
• Phone book status
Own numbers
• Find, add, edit or delete entries
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Back to standby mode
While you are in menu mode, pressing EXIT
briefly will bring you one level up in the system.
Holding EXIT will always bring you to the
standby mode.
The telephone automatically returns to standby
mode when no key has been pressed for 60 seconds.
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OUTGOING CALLS / ANSWERED CALLS
Outgoing calls
Who is calling?
Your phone has memory for your last 10 dialled
telephone numbers.
Calling Line Identification (CLI) is a network
feature whereby the phone numbers of callers
to your phone are shown on your phone's display.
If your caller is one of the entries that you have
stored in your phone book, then his name will
appear on your display.
How to see the list
of last outgoing calls
1. Press
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select Outgoing calls and press OK
3. Scroll through the telephone numbers.
4. When the telephone number you wish
to redial is displayed, press SELECT
5. Press CALL to initiate the call.
Shortcut to your last outgoing call
However, to use this facility you must enter the
Phone setup menu and select
Speed dialling on (see page 33).
1. Just press 0 for one second and the
call is initiated automatically.
To enable the telephone to identify the calls it is a
condition that the network supports Calling Line
Identification.
Answered calls
Your phone remembers the last 10 calls your
phone has received.
How to see the list
of answered calls
1. Press
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select Answered calls and press OK
3. Scroll through the telephone numbers.
4. When the telephone number you wish
to redial is displayed, press SELECT
5. Press CALL to initiate the call.
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MISSED CALLS
Missed calls
Your phone remembers the last 10 incoming calls
which you did not answer.
The display will tell you how many missed calls
your phone has received. If, for instance, there are
15 missed calls the standby display will show
. 15.
As the telephone registers only identified calls in
the list, the number of missed calls shown on the
display and the number of phone numbers actually listed may be different.
Immediate access to the list of missed
calls
1. Press
2. Scroll through the telephone numbers
using
or
3. When the telephone number you wish
to dial is displayed, press SELECT
4. Press CALL to initiate the call.
How to see the list of missed calls at a
later moment
As soon as you have used the list, either to make
a call or to view numbers, the
symbol will
disappear from the display. However, the list will
always be available through the List menu system.
1. Press
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select Missed calls and press OK
The telephone number will be deleted from the
list as soon as you have called it, but you can
always find it again in the list of last outgoing
calls.
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How to copy a phone number from
one of the lists into your phone book
1. Press
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select the actual menu and the phone
number you wish to copy into your
phone book.
3. Confirm by pressing SELECT
4. Press
to access your phone book.
5. Give the number a name and a location
number and press OK
How to delete call information
You can delete all entries stored in the Outgoing,
Answered and Missed calls lists. Select the sub
menu Delete call information in the
Phone book setup menu and select the list which
you want to delete.
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MESSAGES
Short Message Services (SMS)
In addition to reading the message, you can either
Your phone can receive and send short text messages via the network. On some networks you
have to subscribe to this facility.
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–
–
–
–
There are two types of messages: point-to-point
messages which you can both receive and send,
and cell broadcast messages which you can only
receive.
Point-to-point messages
A new incoming message will be indicated by the
SMS indicator
on the standby display, as well
as by a message tone (if enabled – see page 31).
The display will also inform you how many new
messages there are for you.
How to read a new message
1. Press
to access the messages.
The display will show date and time of receipt
of each individual message.
2. Select the message you want to read by
means of
or
and confirm by
pressing SELECT
The phone number of the message sender will be
displayed in front of the message. You can now
scroll through the message by using the arrow
keys.
delete it
send a reply
forward it to another phone number
edit it before sending
extract a phone number, if any, from the message to call or to store in your phone book
– call back to the sender
1. Press OPTION
2. Select the option you wish to enter
and confirm by pressing OK
3. The display will guide you through
the next steps.
When a message has been read it will be indicated by a √ to the left of the date of receipt.
The SMS indicator
remains on the standby
display as long as there are unread messsages.
Delete messages
If the SMS indicator
is flashing, it indicates
that the message memory is full.
You can delete all messages stored either in the
Inbox or the Outbox at the same time.
1. Enter the sub menu
Delete messages
2. Confirm by pressing OK
The message is automatically stored in the inbox
if you do not delete it.
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MESSAGES
How to read a message again
1. Press
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select Messages and press SELECT
3. Select Inbox by pressing OK
4. Scroll through the list of messages and
confirm your choice by pressing SELECT
How to send a message
Before you can send a message you have to enter
your network operator's telephone number for
this special service. Contact your network operator to obtain this number. On page 34 you can see
how you enter this special phone number and
how to select validity period, transmission format
etc. once for all. If you do not specify these parameters in the Setup menu system you will be
asked for a specification each time you wish to
send a message.
4. End your message by pressing OK
5. Select whether you wish to
Send message
at once or whether you wish to
Save message
for sending it later on.
6. Confirm your choice by pressing SELECT
Having selected Send message the phone
will ask for a phone number to send the message
to. Either enter a phone number or select one
from your phone book using
The message is automatically stored in Outbox
under Messages in the List menu system.
How to edit an old message
1. Press
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select Messages and press SELECT
1. Press
to enter the List menu system.
2. Select Messages and press SELECT
3. Select New message by pressing OK
Start entering your message using the keypad in
the same way as you enter a name or a telephone number in the phone book.
moves the
cursor to the left,
moves the cursor to the
right. Delete unwanted characters by pressing
CLEAR .
If you want to use the -symbol in your SMS
message press the -key briefly twice.
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3. Select Inbox or Outbox by pressing
OK
4. Select the message you wish to edit
and confirm by pressing SELECT
5. Press OPTION
6. Select Edit message and press OK
A digit between the scroll indicators on the
display indicates the number of the individual
messages.
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MESSAGES
Cell broadcast messages
In addition to reading the message, you can either
To select whether you want the cell broadcast option to be on or off you must enter the Message
setup menu and select Broadcast setup
(see page 34).
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These are general messages broadcast to a group
of telephones and are available to network subscribers only. Cell broadcast messages are typically local weather and traffic reports, stock market prices, sports results etc. If you have selected
Roaming, i.e. if you are abroad and connected to
a foreign network (see page 28), you may be able
to receive cell broadcast messages from other networks, too.
The messages are transmitted in numbered channels and in general each channel will contain information of the same type. Cell broadcast messages may be sent out in different languages.
Contact your network operator for further details.
delete it
store it on your SIM card
forward it to another phone number
extract a phone number, if any, from the message to call or to store in your phone book
1. Press OPTION
2. Select the option you wish to enter and
confirm by pressing OK
3. The display will guide you through the
next steps.
A cell broadcast message will be deleted when
you switch off your telephone - even if the message has not been read.
Cell broadcast channel list
To be able to receive cell broadcast messages you
have to set up a list of the channels from which
you want to receive information. See page 34 for
how to set up this list and to specify what kind of
information you wish to receive.
How to read a cell broadcast message
A cell broadcast message is scrolled twice on
the display at the time of reception. If you don’t
see it at that time, you can read it via the List
menu system by pressing
, selecting
Messages and then Broadcasts .
The display will show the Broadcast ID number
and you can thus identify the kind of message
received. Messages are read in exactly the same
way as Point-to-point messages. A read message
will be marked by √.
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MESSAGES
The setup menu system offers you the possibility
of setting the individual sub menus and options
according to your own personal wishes.
Network services (Menu 1)
11
12
13
14
15
16
Call divert
Call barring
Call waiting
Closed user group
Outgoing call identity
Line selection
Tones setup (Menu 2)
21
22
23
24
25
26
Ring tone
Trembler (optional extra)
Message tone
Broadcast tone
Key tone
Factory settings
Phone setup (Menu 3)
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Selection of language
Automatic redial
Selection of network
Power saving function
Car kit options
Edit welcome greeting
Speed dialling
Any key answer
Factory settings
Message setup (Menu 4)
41 Setup for sending Point-to-point messages
42 Setup for receiving Cell broadcast messages
43 Delete messages
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Phone book setup (Menu 5)
51
52
53
54
Fixed dialling on/off
Barred dialling on/off
Phone book sorting
Delete all entries stored in the lists
(Outgoing, Answered, Missed)
Call timers and charge (Menu 6)
61
62
63
64
View duration and cost of last call
View duration and cost of total calls
Reset call timers
Display call timer and cost during
conversation
65 Call charge
Security (Menu 7)
71
72
73
74
75
PIN code
SIM card lock
Change network password
Encryption indication
Line lock
Calculator (Menu 8)
Applications (Menu 9)
The availabilility of this menu depends on your
SIM card. The options in this special menu are
defined by your network operator. The menu allows you to set up a dialogue between you, your
SIM card and your network operator.
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SETUP MENU SYSTEM
How to access the Setup menu system
1. Press MENU
2. Select the menu you want to access
using
3. Confirm by pressing SELECT
Back to standby mode
While you are in menu mode, holding EXIT will
always bring you to the standby mode.
The telephone automatically returns to standby
mode when no key has been pressed for 60 seconds.
4. Select the sub menu you want to access
using
5. Confirm by pressing SELECT
Menu numbers
On the right hand side in the first line of the display you will always see the number of the menu
and sub menu in which you are operating. This is
indicated by up to 6 digits.
Example: 62
6 = Menu 6: Call timers and charge
2 = Sub menu 2: View total calls
A √ before the sub menu/option number indicates
the option you have selected.
Shortcut to the setup menu system
As you get more familiar with the Setup menu
system, you will probably find it easier to access
some of the menus simply by pressing the menu
code number.
For example, to see the duration of your total
calls:
1. Press MENU
2. Press 62
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CALL DIVERT
You have the option of diverting all calls or
choosing to divert incoming calls only if unanswered. The unanswered calls option diverts
calls
– if you are busy
– if you do not reply
– if there is no contact
Registration
To enable a call divert you must register it first.
You will be asked to specify whether you want
the call divert function to apply to all services,
speech, data services, fax services or message services (SMS).
Deactivation/activation
You may not be able to make use of the deactivate and activate options. In that case you must
cancel a call diversion by selecting Cancel.
Next time you want your incoming calls diverted,
select Register .
Calls can be diverted to a telephone number
stored in your phone book or to any other number. Access your phone book by pressing
or
enter a phone number via the keypad.
If you have chosen to have all calls diverted, the
call divert indicator
will be visible on the
standby display.
If you wish to suspend your calls being diverted
for a time, select Deactivate . All registrations will remain in the network, so next time
you wish to divert your calls to the same number,
simply select Activate .
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Validity time
If you have selected
Divert if unanswered
or
Divert if no reply
you can specify that a period of time must elapse
before the call is diverted. This period can be
from 5 to 30 seconds at intervals of 5 seconds.
It is always possible to see the status of the
activated call diversions by selecting Status .
Registered call diversions can be cancelled
individually or can all be cancelled at once by
selecting Cancel all .
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CALL DIVERT
How to activate call divert for all
calls
1. Press MENU
2. Select Network services
by pressing SELECT
3. Confirm by pressing SELECT once
more to indicate that you want access
to the call divert menu.
4. Select using
Divert all calls
Register
– All services
– Speech
– Data services
– Fax services
– Message services
– Number
Activate
Deactivate
Status
Cancel
Status
Cancel all (call diverts)
5. Confirm your choice by pressing OK
If you want to activate a call divert on the
basis of
Divert
Divert
Divert
Divert
if
if
if
if
unanswered
busy
no reply
no contact
just follow the procedure described above
giving you the same options.
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CALL BARRING
You can set up call barring for different types of
outgoing and incoming calls to restrict the use of
your phone.
You have to activate the type of call barring you
wish to set up. You are asked to specify whether
you want the call barring to apply for all services, speech, data services, fax services or
message services (SMS).
When setting up or cancelling any call barring,
you will be asked to enter your 4-digit password
provided by your network operator.
You can always see the status of the actually
activated call barring by selecting Status .
Outgoing call barring
Select All calls if you want to bar all outgoing calls. Select International if you
want to bar international calls only. Select
Roaming if you want outgoing calls to be
barred when you are connected to a foreign
network – this still leaves you the possibility of
making calls to your home country.
Calls to Emergency Services (see page 11) can still
be made even if all outgoing calls are barred.
1. Press MENU
2. Select Network services
by pressing SELECT
3. Select Call barring using
and confirm by pressing SELECT
4. Select using
Outgoing calls
All calls
Activate
– All services
– Speech
– Data services
– Fax services
– Message services
Status
Cancel
Status
Cancel all (call barrings)
5. Confirm your choice by pressing OK
If you want to activate call barring for
International calls
Roaming calls
just follow the procedure described above
giving you the same options.
Call barring of incoming calls is activated and
cancelled in exactly the same way covering the
sub menus
All calls
Roaming calls
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CALL WAITING
Incoming call barring
Call waiting
Select All calls if you want to bar all incoming calls. Select Roaming if you want
incoming calls to be barred only when you are
connected to a foreign network.
During a conversation your telephone can notify
you that a new call is waiting. This is indicated by
a special ringing tone in the earphone. To activate
this function just select Activate in the Call
waiting option.
Cancelling call barrings
Call barrings can be cancelled individually or by
selecting Cancel all .
If you want to answer the new call press ANSWER
The active call will be put on hold automatically.
See page 12 for further details on how to handle
multi-party calls.
If you do not want to answer the call, press
REJECT instead. You can have the new call
diverted to, for example, your telephone answering service. See page 26 for how to set up
a call divert.
If you do not want to be disturbed by new incoming calls you can disable the function by
selecting Cancel in the Call waiting option.
You can always see whether Call waiting is
activated or not by selecting Status .
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SUPPLEMENTARY NETWORK
SERVICES
Closed user group
This is a network feature by which the use of your
telephone is restricted to certain phone numbers
within a group defined by the network operator
and the owner of the SIM card. You may be a
member of different groups. Each group has its
own ID number. The network defines which
group is your default user group. You have the
option of calling outside the group – perhaps at a
higher charge.
Outgoing call identification
You can select whether you want your phone
number to be shown or not at the next outgoing
call. In Network Service select the option
Outgoing call identification , then
Show info for next call and confirm
your choice by pressing OK .
Line selection
Some network operators offer Alternate Line
Service. This allows you to have two separate
speech lines and phone numbers on the same
telephone.
Unstructured supplementary services (USSD)
On some networks you have the possibility of
sending unstructured supplementary service
strings. An USSD service string should always be
terminated by pressing the -key.
In order to be able to send USSD service strings
you must enter the Phone setup menu and select
Speed dialling off . Pressing the relevant
keys 0 to 9 for one second will lead you to the
alpha mode enabling you to enter letters and digits instead of only digits.
Contact your network operator for further information on these supplementary services.
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TONES SETUP
How to adjust tones
1. Press MENU
2. Select Tones setup using
You can disable all kinds of tones by pressing
MENU and then . In that case the symbol
will be seen in the display. Just press MENU and
again to revert to your original settings.
3. Confirm by pressing SELECT
Trembler
4. Select using
If you have a trembler battery you can select
whether the trembler should be active or not
at an incoming call.
either
Ringing tone
Trembler (Optional extra)
Message tone
Broadcast tone
Key tone
Factory settings
5. Confirm by pressing SELECT
6. Select the volume or pattern you want
to change using
7. Confirm by pressing OK
Ringing volume level and ringing
tones
You can adjust the ringing volume level and
select the ringing tones according to your surroundings and preferences.
Ringing volume levels are high, medium, low,
escalating and off. The LED on top of the phone
will emit a fast green flash to indicate an incoming call. If the ringing tone is set to off
you will see the
symbol on the standby display.
Message tone
Your telephone can alert you to the arrival of a
SMS message by means of different alert tones.
Keypad tone
To help you keep check on your dialling, the
phone can be set to give 8 different tone patterns
following every key pressed.
Factory settings
You can always return to the original tones setup
of your phone. The phone is set up by the manufacturer as follows:
Ringing volume
level:
Ringing tone:
Trembler:
Message tone:
Broadcast tone:
Key tone:
Loud
British
Off
Simple
Discreet 1
3
You have the option of selecting between 27 different ringing tone patterns.
The selected ringing tone will sound at the relevant ringing volume level when making your
selection.
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PHONE SETUP
This menu offers you the possibility of setting some
of the telephone's options according to your own
personal wishes.
How to set up options
1. Press MENU
2. Select Phone setup using
3. Confirm by pressing SELECT
4. Select using
either
Language
Auto redial
Network selection
Power saving
Car kit
Greeting
Speed dialling
Any key answer
Factory settings
5. Confirm by pressing SELECT
6. Make your selection using
7. Confirm by pressing OK
Language selection
The display language of your phone is normally
the national language of the country in which you
purchased your SIM card. If this is not the case the
display language will be English. You have the
option of choosing between different languages.
(See page 10 for how to select language).
Automatic redial
If the phone number you are calling is busy or
your call is not answered, you can let your
phone make up to 10 automatic redial attempts.
A special redialling success tone sounds when the
attempt is successful. To cancel the auto redialling
attempts just press the left function key.
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Network selection
When you wish to use your phone abroad, you
have to select a foreign network. This can be
done either manually or by letting your telephone
do it for you automatically.
In the automatic mode, your phone will automatically try to reach your home network first,
then, alternatively to find another available network stored in a preferred list made by you (see
below).
In the manual mode, the phone will always start
searching for the network with which it was in
contact when it was switched off. If the phone
cannot locate this network it will present some
alternative networks on the display, and you can
then select one manually.
You can select any network from the list, but
your phone can get in contact only with cooperating networks (Roaming). The telephone can
get into contact with other networks but only for
emergency calls.
Your dealer or network operator can tell you
which networks are co-operating.
Preferred list
The list of networks on your SIM card defines the
order of preference in which your phone will select a network in automatic mode. Network operators offer different services and call charges;
therefore it may be beneficial for you to make a
preferred list of your own. Enter the individual
networks in your own order of preference and
store them on your SIM card.
To do this, you must access the Selection of network sub menu, select the Set preferred list option and use
to select the empty location in
which you want to store the new network. Pressing EDIT will give you a list of available networks. Scroll through the list using
. When
you see a network you wish to store in your pre-
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PHONE SETUP
ferred list, just press OK . If you select a currently
used location and press EDIT , the former occupant can be deleted when you enter the new one.
Just press EXIT to leave the list as it was.
Once a network is stored in the preferred list, you
can always see the country and network code of
the actual network by pressing EDIT in the Set
preferred list option.
Band selection
You can select whether or not your phone should
start searching for a specific kind of network automatically. You can also select manually whether
you want it to search only for GSM 900 or GSM
1800/GSM 1900 networks.
Power saving
To save your battery and thus increase both
conversation and standby times you can select
whether you want the display contents to be
visible or not in standby mode.
Select Display remains on if you want it
to be visible, and Display switches off
if you want it not to be visible. The display will
switch off after 3 minutes in standby mode.
In standby mode the display and keypad backlight
will always switch off after 10 seconds if your telephone is set to Backlight on . However, you
have the option of having the backlight switched
off permanently by selecting Backlight off .
Car kit installation
This option is only effective if the phone is connected to a handsfree car kit. See page 39 for
more information.
Welcome greeting
You can change the welcome greeting of your
phone according to your own wishes. Delete the
old message by holding CLEAR, enter the new
greeting via the keypad and confirm by pressing
OK.
Speed dialling
To speed dial using your location numbers, you
have to select Speed dialling on . If you
do not want to make use of this feature, select
Speed dialling off .
Any key answer
You can answer an incoming call by pressing any
key you like except for the left function key and
the arrow keys if you select
Any key answer on .
Factory settings
You can always return to the original setup of
your phone. The phone is set up by the manufacturer as follows:
Language:
Autoredial:
Network:
Power saving:
Car kit:
Greeting:
Speed dialling:
Any key answer:
Automatic
Off
Automatic
Display on
Backlight on
Auto answer off
Auto power off on
Welcome
On
Off
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MESSAGE SETUP
Send message setup
Before you can send a message you have to enter
your network operator's telephone number for
this special service. Contact your network operator to obtain this number.
1. Press MENU
2. Select Message setup using
and confirm by pressing SELECT
3. Select Send message setup
4. Select Service centre
5. Confirm by pressing SELECT
6. Enter the SMS operator telephone number.
Remember to add "+" and national code
before the number.
7. Press OK
The number will automatically be used for sending all future messages.
Having stored a service centre number you have
the option of adding a new service centre, deleting a service centre or editing the number of an
existing service centre by pressing
and confirm your choice by pressing OK .
The option of storing more than one service centre number may not be available with all SIM
cards.
If for some reason your message cannot be delivered, it will remain with your SMS operator for a
period of time specified by you under Validity
period.
Under the option Teleservice you can specify in
what format you want your messages to be sent for instance select Text message if you
want to send it to another mobile telephone.
For messages that have to be sent via several
service centres to reach the recipient, some networks offer the feature of sending a reply, if any,
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back to you through the same chain of service
centres. To keep this possibility open, you must
enter the Send Message Setup option and select
Reply path on .
Broadcast setup
To set up the list covering the kind of information
you wish to receive, select the option
Broadcast channels . The display will
show you various locations in which you can
store the individual channels. Pressing EDIT will
give you a range of different kinds of information.
Use
to scroll through the possibilities and
confirm your choice by pressing SELECT . The
selected kind of information is now stored in the
channel list. Proceed in the same way if you want
to receive other kinds of information.
Some network operators offer cell broadcast messages in different languages. Select the option
Broadcast language and confirm your
choice by pressing OK .
You can select whether you want the cell broadcast option to be on or off by selecting
Broadcast setting and using
to
select whether the function should be on or off.
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PHONE BOOK SETUP /
CALL TIMERS AND CHARGE
Fixed dialling
Call timers and charge
In order to enable you to make use of fixed dialling numbers stored in an alternative phone book
defined by you, select Fixed dialling on .
Having selected
Fixed dialling on your ordinary phone
book will not be visible on the display and can
thus not be accessed, but, of course, it will remain
on your SIM card and can be accessed again by
selecting Fixed dialling off .
Your telephone can display the actual duration
and cost of an ongoing conversation if you so
wish. It can also show you the duration and cost
of the last call and all calls made with your SIM
card since the timer was last reset. However, the
call charge feature must be supported by your
network.
Barred dialling
If you have a barred dialling phone book on your
SIM card you must select
Barred dialling on to enable it.
Having selected Barred dialling on any
attempt to make a call will make the phone compare the dialled number with the numbers stored
in this special phone book. If the dialled number
is stored in the Barred numbers phone book the
call will be refused.
To enable the fixed dialling and the barred dialling phone books you have to enter your PIN2
code.
In order to be able to see the cost in the display
you have to enter a unit price and the actual currency. You can also enter a maximum call charge
limit, so that when this maximum has been
reached no more phone calls can be made. The
telephone will inform you about the remaining
call charge balance.
To enter or change call charge and currency you
will be requested to enter your PIN2 code.
How to see timers
1. Press MENU
2. Select Call timers and charge
using
3. Confirm by pressing SELECT
Phone book sorting
You have the option of selecting whether you
want your phone book sorted by name or by
location.
Delete call information
You can delete all entries stored in the Outgoing,
Answered and Missed calls lists. Select the sub
menu Delete call information and
select the list which you want to delete.
4. Select using
either
Last call
Total calls
Reset timers
Display timer (on display)
Call charge
– maximum
– unit price
– currency
– remaining
5. Confirm by pressing OK
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SECURITY
PIN code
To prevent misuse of your SIM card, e.g. if it is lost
or stolen, you can select a PIN code to be entered
each time you switch on the phone.
The PIN code is a 4 to 8-digit number of your
own choice, which you can change any time
you like.
If you enter an invalid PIN code three times, your
SIM card will be blocked and to unblock it you
have to enter the PIN Unblocking Key (PUK) code
supplied by your network operator. This procedure prevents unauthorized person from working
out your PIN code by repeatedly entering different
combinations of numbers.
The display will inform you how many tries you
have left before the SIM card is blocked. If you
enter an invalid PUK code 10 times, your SIM
card will be permanently blocked and you have
to contact your network operator to have it unblocked.
Some SIM cards use a PIN2 code for accessing
special functions. Contact your network operator
for further information on PUK2 and PIN2 codes.
How to enable, disable and change
PIN codes
1. Press MENU
2. Select Security using
3. Confirm by pressing SELECT
4. Select using
either
PIN code
– PIN code on
– PIN code off
– PIN code change
– Change PIN
– Change PIN2
SIM lock
– SIM lock on
– SIM lock off
Network password
Encryption indication
– Encryption indication on
– Encryption indication off
Line lock
– Line lock on
– Line lock off
5. Confirm your choice by pressing OK
SIM lock
You can link your telephone and your SIM card
together. This means that if, for instance, your
phone is stolen it cannot be used together with
another SIM card. To enable this feature just select
SIM lock on and enter an 6 to 16-digit code
of your own choice. For your own sake remember
to write down this code to be able to deactivate
the lock at a later time. You have 10 attempts before the phone is blocked.
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SECURITY
How to change password
If you subscribe to a call barring service your network operator will have supplied you with a 4digit password. If you want to change this, select
Network password in the Security menu.
Encryption indication
If you connect to a network which does not support encryption, you will get a warning in the display when trying to make a call. You have the option of turning off this network warning by
selecting Encryption indication off
in the security menu.
Line lock
If you have Alternate Line Service on your phone
you can restrict the outgoing use to only one of
these lines. Select Line lock on in the security menu and enter a 4 to 8 digit lock code of
your own choice. To shift back to the other line
you have to enter this code.
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CALCULATOR
You can use your mobile phone as an ordinary
calculator.
How to use the calculator
1. Press MENU
2. Select Calculator using
3. Confirm by pressing OK
Your telephone now acts as a normal calculator.
The equal-sign (=) is found on the right hand
function key.
Hold down the relevant key for one second to get
the desired arithmetic operation.
By pressing
you get access to a survey of what
arithmetic operation is placed on what key.
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Operation
Addition (+)
Multiplication (*)
Square function (x2)
Subtraction (-)
Division (/)
Square root (√)
Percentage (%)
Fractions (1/x)
Exponent (E)
M+ or decimal point (press briefly)
MC
MR or -/+ (neg./pos.) (press briefly)
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Calculation examples
5 plus 2
Press 5, hold down 1 for one second, press 2 and
press =
(7)
8 divided by 4
Press 8, hold down 5 for one second, press 4 and
press =
(2)
Square root of 8
Press 8 and hold down 6 for one second
(2.8284271)
15 per cent of 60
Press 6, 0, hold down 2 for one second,
press 1, 5, hold down 7 for one second
(9)
-5.2 times 10,000
Press 5, , 2, , hold down 2 for one second,
press 1, hold down 9 for one second, press 4 and
finally =
(-52OOO)
As soon as a figure is stored in the memory this
will be indicated on the display by an M . You can
access the memory by pressing
or the -key
(MR).
The memory is reset each time you switch off
your phone.
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ACCESSORIES
Hands-free car installation
When your phone is placed in the cradle, it will
switch on automatically with the car ignition. You
can select whether you want the telephone to
switch off automatically with the car ignition after
a delay of 1 hour or whether you want to switch it
off manually.
If you have selected
Switch off automatically
and want to switch your telephone off while the
ignition is still on, you must do so manually.
The display and keypad backlighting on your
phone will switch on and off automatically with
the car ignition. While the phone is switched on
and placed in the cradle the backlighting will
remain on continuously.
The battery will be automatically recharged as
necessary.
A telephone with an extended battery cannot be
used in the hands-free car installation kit.
How to make a hands-free call
1. Enter the phone number you wish to
call or retrieve it from the phone book.
2. Press CALL to let the conversation take
place via the external speaker and
microphone.
3. Press END to end your call.
How to receive a hands-free call
1. Press ANSWER when the phone rings.
2. Press END to end your call.
By selecting Car kit auto answer on
you can set your telephone to answer a call automatically after 5 seconds. This option is only effective when the car ignition is on.
If you have selected Any key answer on
in the Phone setup menu you can, of course,
answer the call by pressing any key.
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ACCESSORIES
Desk top charge stand
The desk top charge stand is powered by means
of the charger supplied with your telephone.
When the desk top charge stand is on the power
lamp will always show green.
When you place the telephone in the desk top
charge stand you have to make sure that the
battery symbols on the display start flashing. The
battery takes 1 to 4 hours to become fully charged
depending on type and size of the battery. During
charging the battery symbols on the display of
your telephone will flash on and off one after
another. When the battery is fully charged all 4
symbols are permanently displayed.
A telephone with an extended battery cannot be
charged in the desk top charge stand.
The desk top charge stand has two sockets on its
back. When charging the telephone you use the
socket to the left side (1).
It is possible to connect a PC Combo card to your
telephone while this is placed in the desk top
charge stand.
The PC Combo card is supplied with two wires.
You can connect the card to the desk top charge
stand by means of the wire you normally use
when connecting the card to your telephone. This
wire must be plugged into the socket to the left.
In order to power the desk top charge stand you
will have to replace the mains adaptor wire by the
extra wire supplied with the PC Combo card and
then plug it into the socket to the right side (2).
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ACCESSORIES
Belt clip
A
B
The belt clip can be removed or fitted by means
of a screwdriver. In the retail box you will find the
necessary screws and labels for mounting the belt
clip.
How to fit the belt clip:
Remove the label (A) on the back of the phone.
The belt clip can now be fitted by means of a
screwdriver. Place the label (B) on the belt clip to
cover the screw.
How to remove the belt clip:
Remove the label (B) on the belt clip. The belt
clip can now be removed by means of a screwdriver. Place the label (A) on the back of the
phone to cover the screw hole.
Other accessories
Extra Light 500 mAh Li-ION battery
Light 650 mAh NiMH battery
High Power 1800 mAh NiMH battery
Vibra-alarm 480 mAh NiMH battery
Cigar lighter charger 12/24V
Simple car holder
Hands-free headset
PC Combo card
PC Editor
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INDEX
Accessories
39
Alternative phone books 17
Answered calls
19
Answering a call
7, 11
Any key answer
33
Auto answer
39
Automatic redial
32
Automatic switch off
39
Band selection
Barred numbers
Battery
Battery level indicator
Before sending messages
Before you start
Belt clip
Broadcast channel list
Broadcast language
Broadcast setup
33
17
8
8
22
8
41
34
34
34
Calculator
Call barring
Call divert
Call timers/charge
Call waiting
Car kit installation
CLI
Closed user group
Continuing calls
Currency/Call charge
38
28
26
35
29
39
19
30
12
35
Delete all messages
Delete a name/number
Delete call information
Desk top charge stand
Display
Duration of last call
Duration of total calls
21
15
35
40
7
35
35
Edit an old message
Edit a name/number
Emergency calls
Encryption indication
Extension numbers
22
15
11
37
11
Factory settings
- telephone
- tones
Find a name/number
Fixed numbers
33
31
15
17
42
Greeting
33
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Important notice
Information numbers
International calls
4
17
10
Joining calls
13
Keypad
Keypad lock
Keypad tone
6
13
31
Language
Line selection
List menu system
Location numbers
10
30
18
14
Making a call
7, 10
Maximum call charge
35
Menu numbers
25
Messages
- cell broadcast
23
- point-to-point
21
Message setup
- cell broadcast
34
- point-to-point
34
Message tones
31
Missed calls
20
Muting the microphone
12
Network password
Network selection
37
32
Options in conversation
Outgoing calls
Outgoing call identity
Own numbers
12
19
30
17
PC Combo card
Phone book
Phone book sorting
Phone book status
Phone setup
PIN code
PIN2 code
Power saving
Precautions
Preferred list
Prefix telephone numbers
Private calls
39
14
35
16
32
36
36
33
2
32
16
13
PUK code
PUK2 code
Putting a call on hold
36
36
12
Reading a message
- cell broadcast
- point-to-point
Remaining call charge
Reset timers
Ringing tones
23
21
35
35
31
Security
Selection of language
Selection of network
Sending a new message
Service centre (SMS)
Service numbers
Setup menu system
SIM card
SIM card limitations
SIM lock
Speed dialling
Store a name/number
Supplementary network
services
Switching calls
36
10
32
22
34
17
24
9
4
36
15
14
Tones setup
Transferring calls
Trembler
31
13
31
Unit price
USSD
35
30
Volume control
Welcome greeting
30
13
7
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BOSCH EASY SETS
Accessories for Bosch mobile phones
WORLD 718
For the car
Handsfree Car Kit
Simple Car Holder
Cigarlighter Charger 12V/24V
Handsfree Headset
For the computer
PC Card/PC Combo card
PC-Editor
For charging
Desktop Charger
Fast Travel Charger - EU
Fast Travel Charger - GB
Fast Travel Charger - AUS
Fast Travel Charger - US
For power / outfit
Light 650 mAh NiMH battery
Extra Light 500 mAh Li-ION battery
Vibra-Alarm 480 mAh NiMH battery
High Power 1800 mAh NiMH battery
Belt clip
Red identification numbers refer to the right accessory.
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