User Guide
UK’s best selling phone brand*
User Guide
BT Decor 2200
Corded Phone
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This User Guide provides you with all the
information you need to get the most
from your phone.
Before you make your first call you will
need to set up your phone. Follow the
simple instructions in ‘Getting started’,
on the next few pages.
Got everything?
• BT Decor 2200 telephone
with handset attached
• Telephone line cord
(pre-installed)
• 4 x AA batteries
(pre-installed)
• User Guide
Need help?
If you need any assistance with your phone or wish to
view answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please visit
bt.com/producthelp
IMPORTANT
Only use the telephone line cord supplied.
Hearing aid?
The BT Decor 2200 is fitted with an inductive coupler so it is
compatible with hearings aids.
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In this guide
Getting started
Directory
Location
5
Store a name and number in the directory
10
Activate the batteries
5
View/dial an entry in the directory
10
Connect to the telephone line
5
Insert a pause in a number
10
Getting to know your phone
6
Edit an entry in the directory
11
Delete a directory entry
11
11
Using your phone
Make a call
7
Delete the entire directory
Call timer
7
Caller Display and the calls list
Preparatory dialling
7
Calls list
12
End a call
7
New calls
12
Receive a call
7
View the Calls list
12
Handsfree
8
Dial an entry in the Calls list
12
Make a call in handsfree mode
8
Copy a number in the Calls list to the directory 13
Answer a call in handsfree mode
8
Delete an entry in the Calls list
13
Switch to handsfree mode during a call
8
Delete the entire Calls list
13
Adjust the handsfree volume
8
1571 Voice Mail indication
Last number redial
8
To access your voice mail messages
14
View the last number called
8
Turn 1571 on/off
14
Call the last number dialled
9
Settings menu
Save the redial number to the directory
9
BT Services
15
Delete the last number dialled
9
Pre-stored BT services numbers
15
Mute
9
Dial a pre-stored BT service
15
Add a new service
15
Edit a service
16
Delete a service
16
Restore all services
16
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Ringer volume
16
Ringer tone
16
Set the display time and date
17
Set the time format
17
Display contrast
18
General information
Safety
19
Cleaning
19
Product disposal instructions
19
Guarantee
20
Technical information
20
How many telephones can I have?
20
Switchboard compatibility
20
Switchboard external line access code
21
To insert a pause
21
Recall
21
R&TTE Directive
21
Declaration of Conformance
21
User Guide formats
21
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Getting started
Location
You need to place your BT Decor 2200 within 3 metres of a
telephone line socket so that the cable will reach.
Activate the batteries
Battery low warning
1. Activate the batteries by pulling the plastic tab away from the
underside of the phone.
When the batteries are low and in
need of replacing the display will
show the battery low icon
.
Removing the batteries
If you ever need to remove the
batteries, firstly ensure that the
phone is disconnected from the
phone line and then turn the
phone over and remove the battery
compartment cover by pressing in
on the plastic clip and lifting the
cover off. Pull the ribbon to remove
the batteries.
Connect the telephone line
1. Plug the telephone line cord into the telephone wall socket.
IMPORTANT
Only use the telephone line cord
supplied otherwise your telephone
may not work.
Using broadband on the same
phone line?
To avoid problems with your
broadband or noise on your phone
line, you might need to plug it into
the wall socket via a microfilter
(not supplied).
Set the display time and date
See page 17 for instructions.
Your BT Decor 2200 is now ready for use
If your main phone socket
has a single socket, as
shown, you’ll need to use
microfilters.
You don’t need to use
microfilters if your main
phone socket has two
separate sockets, like these:
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Getting to know your phone
Menu
Press to access the
Settings menu.
3 Line display
In standby, displays
the date and time.
Calls light
Red light flashes to
indicate an incoming call.
Directory
Use to store and dial
directory entries.
When viewing the Calls
list or directory, press to
access the sub menu list.
AM
PM
NEW
07900 124456
R (Recall)
Used with
switchboard
services
and certain
BT Calling
Features.
Back
Press to move back to
the previous menu
screen or press and hold
to return to the standby
display screen.
1571
(with LED indicator)*
Press to automatically
dial 1571 to easily
access your BT 1571
or Call Minder service.
The green LED will
flash when you have
new messages waiting
on your network’s
answering service.
AM
PM
NEW
07900 124456
Redial/Up
Press to dial the last
number called.
Calls/Down
Press to access the
Calls list.
OK
Use to scroll up through
the menu, directory or
Calls list.
Use to scroll down
through the menu,
directory or Calls list.
Press to confirm a
menu selection.
Microphone
When using handsfree your
voice is projected through
the base microphone.
Mute
(with LED indicator)
During a call, mutes your voice
so your caller cannot hear you.
The red LED illuminates when the
mute function is on.
Handsfree
– Vol. +
Use to increase or decrease the
handsfree loudspeaker volume.
Handsfree
(with LED indicator)
Press to use handsfree mode. The
green LED illuminates when the
handsfree function is in use.
* To use the 1571 feature, you must subscribe to your network provider’s network answering service
and batteries must be installed.
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Using your phone
Making and receiving calls
Make a call
1. Lift the handset and wait for the dial tone (or press the
button).
When the handset is off the hook or
Handsfree is in use the display will
show the
icon.
2. Enter the telephone number.
Call timer
Your phone automatically times the duration of every call.
The timer will activate 5 seconds into an outgoing call and will
continue to display the time until 5 seconds after the call has
ended. The timer will be displayed as soon as you pick up the
handset to receive an incoming call.
Preparatory dialling
Preparatory dialling lets you view the telephone number on the
display before it’s dialled out. If the number you enter is more
than 15 digits, only the last 15 digits will be displayed.
1. Enter the telephone number first. If you make a mistake, press
the
button to delete incorrect digits.
2. Lift the handset, or press the
button to dial the number.
End a call
1. Replace the handset on the base or if using handsfree mode,
press the
button.
Receive a call
1. When you receive a call, the telephone rings and the red
incoming call LED will flash. Simply pick up the handset
to answer the call or press the
button to answer in
handsfree mode.
If you have subscribed to a Caller
Display Service the caller’s number
(and name if stored in the directory)
will be displayed when you receive a
call, see page 12.
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Handsfree
Handsfree mode lets you talk to your caller without holding the
handset. It also allows other people in the room to listen to your
conversation over the loudspeaker. The green LED on the button
will illuminate when handsfree mode is in use and the
icon will
be displayed on the screen.
Make a call in handsfree mode
1. Press the
to be dialled.
button and then enter the telephone number
Answer a call in handsfree mode
1. When the phone rings, press the
button to answer the call.
Switch to handsfree mode during a call
1. During a call, press the
on the base.
button and replace the handset
2. To switch back to using the handset, simply pick the handset up.
Adjust the handsfree volume
Use the
buttons to increase or decrease the
loudspeaker volume.
There are 5 loudspeaker volumes.
You cannot change the volume of the
handset earpiece.
Last number redial
The redial memory holds the last telephone number dialled
(up to 32 digits).
View the last number dialled
1. Press the
button. The number will be shown on the
display. If all the digits match a number stored in the directory,
the name of the entry will be displayed as well.
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If a redial number is longer than
15 digits, the first 15 digits will be
displayed for about 3 seconds and
then the screen will scroll to display
the remaining digits. After 3 seconds
the screen reverts back and continues
to scroll back and forth until you
change the display information.
Call the last number dialled
1. Lift the handset or press the
button, then press the
button. The last number called will be redialled.
Save the redial number to the directory
1. Press the
button. The last number dialled is displayed.
2. Press the
button. Save Number is displayed. Press
.
3. Enter Name is displayed. Use the keypad to enter the name
and press
.
For help with entering names, see
page 10.
4. Enter Number is displayed. Use the keypad to enter the
telephone number and press
. Entry Saved is displayed.
Delete the last number dialled
1. Press the
button. The last number dialled is displayed.
2. Press the
button. Save Number is displayed.
3. Press
to scroll to Delete Entry and press
The display will show Entry Deleted.
.
Mute
When on a call use the mute feature to talk to someone in the
same room without your caller hearing.
1. During a call, press and release the Mute button to mute the
handset microphone. The red LED on the mute button will
illuminate to indicate that the mute feature is on. Your caller
now cannot hear you speak.
2. To switch mute off, press and release the Mute button again.
The LED will turn off and your caller will now be able to
hear you.
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Directory
You can store 50 names and telephone numbers in the directory.
Each name stored can be up to 15 characters and each number up
to 24 digits. Directory entries are stored alphabetically.
Store a name and number in the directory
1. Press the
Numbers stored without a name
will be displayed before
alphabetical entries.
Press and hold
to exit the directory
and return to standby at any time.
Directory full
button.
If the directory is empty, the display will show Phonebook
Empty for 2 seconds and then Add Entry. Press the
button.
Or, if there are already entries stored, the first alphabetical
entry will be displayed. Press the
button, Add New
Entry will be displayed. Press the
button.
2. Enter Name is displayed. Use the keypad to enter the name
then press
.
3. Enter Number is displayed. Use the keypad to enter the
telephone number and press
. Entry Saved is displayed.
View/dial an entry in the directory
If you try to store a new entry and the
directory is full, Directory Full will
be displayed. You will need to delete
entries before you can add new ones,
see page 11.
Entering names
Use the keypad to enter the letters
shown on the buttons, e.g. to store
TOM:
Press
once to enter T.
Press
three times to enter O.
Press
once to enter M.
Writing tips
1. Press the
button, then use the
or
buttons to
scroll through to the entry you want. Or, to search alphabetically,
enter the first letter of the name you want e.g. for Emma, press
twice to display all entries beginning with the letter E, then
scroll using
or
to the entry you want.
If you make a mistake, press
to delete the last digit or character.
2. When the entry you want is displayed press
Handsfree mode or pick up the handset.
& - ‘ . , 1
to dial in
Insert a pause in a number
Press the
button in the place where you want a pause
inserted in the number.
To enter a space, press
once.
Press
repeatedly to enter the
following punctuation symbols:
Press
to toggle between upper
and lower case characters.
If the next letter is on the same
button that you have just pressed,
wait until the cursor moves to the
right before trying to enter it.
If the telephone number is longer
than 15 digits, the first 15 digits will
be displayed for about 3 seconds and
then the screen will scroll to display
the remaining digits. After 3 seconds
the screen reverts back and continues
to scroll back and forth until you
change the display information.
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Edit an entry in the directory
1. Press the
button, then use the
scroll to the entry you want.
2. Press the
3. Press
or
buttons to
button. Add New Entry is displayed.
to scroll to Edit Entry and press
.
4. The name will be displayed. Use the
button to delete and
the keypad to enter new characters. When the name is correct,
press
.
5. The number is displayed. Use the
button to delete and
the keypad to enter new digits. When the number is correct,
press
.
6. Entry Saved is displayed briefly and then the screen will
return to the directory list.
Delete an entry in the directory
1. Press the
button, then use the
scroll to the entry you want.
2. Press the
3. Press
or
buttons to
button. Add New Entry is displayed.
to scroll to Delete Entry and press
4. Are You Sure? is displayed, press
.
to confirm.
5. Entry Deleted is displayed briefly and then the screen will
return to the directory list.
Delete the entire directory
1. Press the
button.
2. Press the
button. Add New Entry is displayed.
3. Press
to scroll to Delete All and press
4. Are You Sure? is displayed, press
.
to confirm.
5. Entries Deleted is displayed briefly.
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Caller Display and the
Calls list
If you have subscribed to a Caller Display service, you will be
able to see your caller’s number on the display (provided it is not
withheld) prior to answering the call.
If the caller’s name matches an entry you’ve stored in the
directory, you will also see the caller’s name on the display.
Calls list
The Calls list holds the telephone numbers (and names if there
is a match with the directory) of the last 30 received calls. The
Calls list can display numbers up to 24 digits and names up to
15 characters. Calls are listed newest to oldest. When the list is
full and a new call is received, the oldest entry will be deleted
automatically.
New calls
When you have a new call in the Calls list, i.e. a call you did not
answer, the NEW icon will be displayed on the screen. When all
new calls have been viewed, the NEW icon will turn off. Only
unanswered calls are indicated as NEW calls.
to scroll through the list.
Dial an entry in the Calls list
1. Press the
2. Press
button to view the list.
or
To ensure the caller’s name is
displayed, make sure you have stored
the full telephone number, including
the dialling code in the directory.
Caller information is not available
With some incoming calls, the
telephone number of the caller is not
available and cannot therefore be
displayed. In this case your BT Decor
2200 provides you with some
explanatory information:
Unavailable – the number is
unavailable.
their number.
1. Press the
button. Calls are listed in order from the newest
to the oldest.
or
To use Caller Display you must first
subscribe to the service from your
network provider. A quarterly fee may
be payable. For more information on
BT’s Calling Features call BT free on
0800 800 150.
No Number – the caller has withheld
View the Calls list
2. Press
IMPORTANT
to scroll to the entry you want.
3. To dial the displayed number, lift the handset or press
or
.
International – International call.
Payphone – call is from a payphone.
Ringback – the call is from a number
you set as a ringback number.
If the telephone number is longer
than 15 digits, the first 15 digits will
be displayed for about 3 seconds and
then the screen will scroll to display
the remaining digits. After 3 seconds
the screen reverts back and continues
to scroll back and forth until you
change the display information.
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Copy a number in the Calls list to the directory
1. Press the
2. Press
button to view the list.
or
3. Press the
press
.
to scroll to the entry you want.
button. Save Number will be displayed,
4. Use the keypad to enter a name and press
.
5. Use the keypad to edit the number if necessary and then press
. Entry Saved is displayed.
For help with entering names, see
page 10.
Use
to delete incorrect digits.
Delete an entry in the Calls list
1. Press the
2. Press
3. Press the
4. Press
button to view the list.
or
Press
to cancel the Delete
operation.
to scroll to the entry you want.
button. Save Number will be displayed.
to scroll to Delete Entry and press
5. Are You Sure? is displayed, press
.
to confirm.
6. Entry Deleted is displayed and then the screen will return to
the Calls list.
Delete the entire Calls list
1. Press the
button to view the list.
2. Press the
button. Save Number will be displayed.
3. Press
to scroll to Delete All and press
4. Are You Sure? is displayed, press
(or
to cancel).
.
to confirm
5. Entries Deleted is displayed and then the screen will return
to standby.
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1571 Voice mail indication
If you have subscribed to BT Answer 1571 or Call Minder, your BT
Decor 2200 will indicate when you have received a voice message
by the flashing messages light.
BT Answer 1571 and Call Minder are invisible answer machines
located at your local exchange which will take messages when you
are out or engaged on another call.
To enable your BT Decor 2200 to let you know you have messages
you must first subscribe to a BT messaging service:
For BT Answer 1571 answering service, call BT on Freefone
0800 003 800.
IMPORTANT
For information on Call Minder, call BT on Freefone 0800 800 150.
To access your voice mail messages
1. Press
The message waiting indicator is
activated by a stuttered dial tone
which you can hear when you pick up
your phone. BT Calling Features, such
as Call Diversion and Call Barring use
a stuttered dial tone so therefore will
cause the message waiting indicator
to flash even if no messages have
been left.
.
2. Your BT Decor 2200 goes into handsfree mode and you will
hear the telephone dialling out. After a few seconds you will
be connected automatically to your voice mail service.
After an incoming call, or after lifting
the handset, your BT Decor 2200 will
check the line for any messages. You
will experience at least a 2 minute
delay before the message waiting
indicator light flashes if messages
have been left.
Or
1. Lift the handset and wait for the dial tone.
2. Press
. The number is displayed and you will hear
the telephone dialling out. After a few seconds you will be
connected automatically to your voice mail service.
Turn 1571 on/off
1. Press the
2. Press
3. Press
button. BT services is displayed.
or
to scroll to Message Waiting and press
or
to select either On or Off and press
Saved is displayed.
.
.
The 1571 light may continue to flash
for a few minutes after you have
listened to your messages.
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Settings menu
BT Services
By selecting the BT Services menu you can access a range of
useful pre-stored numbers and further BT Calling Features. There
are 2 empty memory locations so you can add 2 extra services
of your choice and you can also delete or edit the pre-stored
numbers and add further numbers of your choice.
IMPORTANT
Pre-stored BT services numbers:
For more details on BT’s Calling
Features, call BT free on 0800 800 150.
BT Answer 1571 – to dial BT’s network answering service
If you are not connected to the BT
network, some of these services
may not be available. Please contact
your network provider. Call Diversion
services may allow other divert
options. Check with your network
provider for details.
Divert On – to switch Call Divert On
Divert Off – to switch Call Divert Off
Check Divert – to check the status of your Call Divert
Call Wait On – to switch Call Waiting On
To use BT Services and BT Calling
Features you must first subscribe (if
required) to the relevant service from
your network provider. A quarterly
fee may be payable.
For further information, see the
BT Calling Features user guide
supplied when you subscribe to the
services of your choice.
Call Wait Off – to switch Call Waiting Off
Check Call Wait – to check the status of your Call Waiting
Dial a pre-stored BT service
1. Press the
button. BT services is displayed, press
2. Press
or
and press
.
.
to scroll to the service you want to dial
Add a new service
1. Press the
button. BT services is displayed, press
2. Press the
button, then press
.
or
.
to scroll to
Add Service and press
3. Use the keypad to enter a name for the new service and
press
.
4. Use the keypad to enter the telephone number and press
Entry Saved is displayed.
.
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Edit a service
1. Press the
2. Press
button. BT services is displayed, press
.
or
to scroll to the service to edit and press
. Edit Service is displayed, press
.
3. Use the
button to delete and the keypad to enter new
characters for the name and press
.
4. Use the
button to delete and the keypad to enter new
digits and press
. Entry Saved is displayed.
Delete a service
1. Press the
2. Press
button. BT services is displayed, press
.
or
to scroll to the service to delete and press
. Edit Service is displayed, press
to Delete
service, press
.
3. Are You Sure? is displayed, press
to confirm. Deleted
will be displayed and then the display will return to the BT
services list.
Restore all services
1. Press the
button. BT services is displayed, press
2. Press the
button, then press
.
or
.
to scroll to
Restore All, press
3. Are You Sure? is displayed, press
to confirm. Restored
will be displayed and then the display will return to the BT
services list.
Ringer volume
There are 3 volume settings to choose from: High, Low or Off.
The default setting is High.
1. Press the
2. Press
If the Ringer volume is set to Off, the
Call light will still flash to indicate that
someone is calling you.
button. BT services is displayed.
to scroll to Ringer volume and press
.
3. Press
or
to change the volume level. On each press the
level is shown on the display and you will hear an example ring.
4. When you hear and see the volume level you want, press
to confirm.
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Ringer tone
There are 3 ringer tones to choose from. The default setting is
Ringer tone 1.
1. Press the
2. Press
button. BT services is displayed.
to scroll to Ringer Tones and press
.
3. Press
or
to change the ringer tone. On each press the
level is shown on the display and you will hear an example ring.
4. When you hear and see the ringer tone you want, press
to confirm.
Set the display time and date
The date will be shown on the display when in standby as dd/mm.
The default time format is 24 hour but you can change this to 12
hour, see below for instructions. (Please note, you should set the
time/date in the 24 hour format first before changing to the 12
hour format if required).
The default settings are 12:00 (pm) 01/01/11 (dd/mm/yy).
1. Press the
2. Press
button. BT services is displayed.
to scroll to Set Time & Date and press
.
3. The first digit of the time flashes. Use the keypad to enter the
time, using 2 digits for the hour and 2 digits for the minutes
and press
to confirm.
4. The current date is displayed with the first digit flashing. Use
the keypad to enter the date using 2 digits for the day, 2 for
the month and 2 for the year and press
to confirm.
Set the time format (12 or 24 hour)
1. Press the
button. BT services is displayed.
2. Press
or
3. Press
press
or
to scroll to Time Format and press
The default time format is 24 hour.
.
to select either 12 Hour or 24 Hour and
. Saved is displayed.
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Display contrast
There are 5 display contrast levels to choose from. The default
setting is Level 3.
1. Press the
2. Press
button. BT services is displayed.
to scroll to Contrast and press
3. Press
or
to confirm.
.
to change the contrast level and press
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General information
Safety
- Only use the telephone line cord supplied otherwise your telephone may not work.
- Only use the recommended battery type (4 x AA batteries).
- Never dispose of batteries in a fire. There is a serious risk of explosion and/or the release of highly
toxic chemicals.
- Do not open the handset or base of the telephone (except to replace the batteries). This could
expose you to high voltages or other risks.
- Do not stand your product on carpets or other surfaces that generate fibres, or place it in locations
preventing the free flow of air over its surfaces.
- Do not expose to direct sunlight.
- Do not submerge any part of your product in water and do not use it in damp conditions, such as
bathrooms.
- Do not expose your product to fire, explosive or other hazardous conditions.
Cleaning
Clean the telephone with a damp (not wet) cloth, or an anti-static wipe. Never use household polish
as this will damage the product. Never use a dry cloth as this may cause a static shock.
How to recycle your equipment
The symbol shown here and on the product means that the product is classed as electrical
or electronic equipment, so DO NOT put it in your normal rubbish bin.
It’s all part of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive to recycle
products in the best way – to be kinder to the planet, get rid of dangerous things more safely
and bury less rubbish in the ground.
You should contact your retailer or supplier for advice on how to dispose of this product in an
environmentally friendly way.
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Guarantee
Your BT Decor 2200 is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase. Subject to
the terms listed below, the guarantee will provide for the repair of, or at BT’s or its agent’s discretion,
the option to replace the BT Decor 2200 or any component thereof, which is identified as faulty or
below standard, or as a result of inferior workmanship or materials. Products over 28 days old from
the date of purchase may be replaced with a refurbished or repaired product.
Within the 12 month guarantee period:
Prior to returning your product, please visit bt.com/producthelp to view answers to Frequently
Asked Questions.
Outside the 12 month guarantee period:
If your product needs repair after the guarantee period has ended, the repair must meet the approval
requirements for connection to the telephone network.
We recommend that you contact BT’s approved repair agent Discount Communications Ltd on
0800 980 8999 or a local qualified repairer.
Returning your phone
Where possible, pack the product in its original packaging. Please remember to include all parts,
including the telephone line cord and the original batteries. For guarantee purposes proof of
purchase is required so please keep your receipt.
Technical information
How many telephones can I have?
All items of telephone equipment have a Ringer Equivalence Number (REN), which is used to calculate
the number of items which may be connected to any one telephone line. Your BT Decor 2200 has a REN
of 1. A total REN of 4 is allowed. If the total REN of 4 is exceeded, the telephones may not ring. With
different telephone types there is no guarantee of ringing, even when the REN is less than 4.
Switchboard compatibility
This product is intended for use within the UK for connection to the public telephone network and
compatible switchboards which support tone dialling and timed break recall. If in doubt, please
consult your network service provider.
If you need some help, call us on 0800 145 6789† or go to bt.com/producthelp
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Switchboard external line access code
When connected to an internal switchboard, you may need to enter an access code e.g. 9 to get an
outside line. So that the switchboard has time to pick up an outside line, you may also need to add
a Pause after the access code. A Pause lasts 2.5 seconds.
To insert a pause
1. When storing a number in the directory, press the
button in the place you want a pause inserted.
Recall
The
button is used when connected to certain switchboards e.g. to transfer calls and for some
BT Calling Features or other services available from your network provider.
R&TTE
This product is intended for use within the UK for connection to the public telephone network and
compatible switchboards.
This equipment complies with the essential requirements for the Radio Equipment and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC.
Declaration of Conformance
Hereby, BT declares that this BT Decor 2200 is in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
If you would like a copy of the Declaration of Conformance, please visit bt.com/producthelp
User Guide formats
This document is also available in other formats, such as Large print, Braille and Audio CD.
If you would like a copy, please visit bt.com/producthelp
If you need some help, call us on 0800 145 6789† or go to bt.com/producthelp
For a Better Future
We’re always looking to make our products last longer
and use less power, so we don’t have such a big impact
on the environment.
To find out about what we are doing, visit
bt.com/betterfuture
Offices worldwide
The services described in this publication are subject to availability
and may be modified from time to time. Services and equipment
are provided subject to British Telecommunications plc’s respective
standard conditions of contract. Nothing in this publication forms
any part of any contract.
© British Telecommunications plc 2016.
Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ.
Registered in England No. 1800000.
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* UK’s No.1 Phone Brand based on sales. Source: GfK RT UK, Landline
Phone sales, volume and value sales, Jan 2000 - Dec 2014.
†
Calls made from within the UK mainland network are free. Mobile and
international call costs may vary.
Designed and produced by The Art & Design Partnership Ltd.
BT Decor 2200 (01/16) Issue 1
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