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To select the language of the handset
Thank you for choosing Belgacom for your home communication.
Before using your TWIST 456 we invite you to select the menus language of your handset.
First install the batteries and allow the handset to charge a few minutes (see page 15).
Then the language selection screen appears.
Press
and scroll
to browse through the different languages.
Press
to select the language that suits you.
Your phone is ready to be used and personalised.
See page 30 if you need to change the language of the handset.
To select the language of the handset
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TWIST 456 handset
Phonebook / Right key
- Press to access the phonebook
from idle mode
- Press to move through the menus
and options in menu screen
OK key
- Press to enter the carousel menu
- Press to validate your choice
End key
- Press to end a call
Earpiece
Call log / Left key
- Press to access the call log from
idle mode
- Press to move through the menus
and options in menu screen
Talk key
- Press to make or answer a call
Keypad lock & Editing
- Short press to insert *
- Long press to lock / unlock the
keypad in idle mode
- Long press to insert R (in
between-digit pause) when
dialling
- Long press to enter multitap
system or Eatoni® editor when
entering text
- A short press to change the
letter when editing in Eatoni®
Alarm clock
- A short press to dial 0
- A long press to activate / deactivate the alarm clock
Clear / Recall
- Short press to correct a digit
when predialling or a character
when editing
- Short press to go back one menu
when browsing through the
menus
- Short press to use operator
services during a call
- Long press to delete several digits
or a whole text in once
- Long press to return to idle
mode when browsing through the
menus
Do not disturb & case mode
- Short press to insert # when
dialling
- Long press to activate / deactivate the “Do Not Disturb” mode
- Long press to insert a pause (P)
when dialling
- Press to switch case mode when
editing
Microphone
Loudspeaker*
- Short press to take the line or to
activate the handset loudspeaker
during a call
Call transfer / Intercom
- Short press to initiate or cancel
internal call
- Short press during internal call to
transfer the call or switch
between internal call and External
call
- Short press to answer an internal
call or to release an internal call
*Warning : Handsfree activation could suddenly increase the volume in the earpiece to a very high
level. Make sure the handset is not too close to your ear.
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Icons on the handset display
The display gives information about the operation of your telephone.
On first use, it is sometimes necessary to wait for a few minutes of charge before seeing icons
on the display.
When charging, the battery bars scroll from empty to full status.
When the handset discharges, the battery shows the status :
Full
, 2/3
, 1/3
and empty
.
The ring tone is deactivated.
An external call is in progress. When blinking, this symbol indicates that
there is an incoming external call in progress or that the line is already busy.
An internal call is in progress. When blinking, this symbol indicates that there
is an incoming internal call.
The handset loudspeaker is activated.
The SMS function is activated. When blinking, this symbol indicates that a
new SMS has been received. When fast blinking, it indicates that the SMS
memory is full.
The handset is registered and in range of the base. When blinking, this symbol indicates that the handset is not registered to the base.
The alarm clock is activated.
The “Do not disturb mode” is activated.
Note : see page 16 for details about the idle mode screen (with or without new events).
Icons on the handset display
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TWIST 456 base station
Paging key
The paging key enables you to locate a missing handset. Press the key until the handset starts
to ring. Once retrieved, press any key on the handset to end paging.
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Table of contents
To select the language of the handset
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TWIST 456 handset
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Icons on the handset display
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TWIST 456 base station
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Table of Contents
5-6
Menu structure
7-10
Conformity, Environment and Safety
Declaration of conformity
Using GAP standard compliance
11-12
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Installing the TWIST 456
Unpacking your TWIST 456
Installing the base station
Installing and replacing the batteries in the handset
Battery life and range
14
15
15
15
Introduction
Belgacom screen saver
Idle mode
Understanding the menu system
How to navigate in the menus
16
16
16
16
Basic principles
17
In-call features
18
Editing systems
19-20
SMS
Send new SMS
Read SMS
SMS settings
22
22
25
Handset
Babysit mode
Registration
Rename handset
Language
Date & time
Display contrast
Backlight
Screen saver
28
28
30
30
30
31
31
31
Table of contents
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Intercom
Internal call
Call transfer
Conference call
Babysit mode
32
32
33
33
Phonebook
Add new
View
34
34
Call log
View
Delete all
Call log settings
37
39
39
Network (Belgacom services)
40
Extra
Call duration
Alarm clock
“Do Not Disturb” mode
41
41
42
Sounds
Handset ring tones
Group ring tones
Handset ring tone volume
Settings
43
43
44
44
Base station
Enable registration
Line settings
Belgacom service code settings
46
46
47
FAQ
48
Troubleshooting
49-50
Guarantee
51
Index
52
Notes
53
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Menu structure
By using the left
and right
SMS
keys, you can scroll through the menus.
Send new SMS
Choose SMS box
Send SMS to phone
Read SMS
Choose SMS box
Read SMS
View number
Reply
Forward
Send again
Delete SMS
Copy to phonebook
Menu
Call
SMS Settings
Mode
On or Off
SMS boxes
SMS centre
Handset
Babysit mode
On or Off
Registration
Register handset
Enter RC code
Un-register handset
Base selection
Rename handset
Enter name
Date & time
Set date
Set time
Display contrast
Levels (1 to 5)
Backlight
Off / 10s / 20s
Screen saver
Menu structure
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Call all
Handset list
Phonebook
View
Call
Add new
Change number
Change name
Select group
Standard / A / B / C
Change SMS box
Delete
Send SMS
Call log
View
Call
View number
Store
Delete
Send SMS
Delete all
Call log settings
Incoming calls
All calls
Unanswered calls
only
Calls with answer
machine message
only
No call
Outgoing calls
All calls
No call
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Call forward
Cancel call forward
Call forward when
line busy
Cancel call forward
when line busy
Call forward when
unanswered
Cancel call forward
when unanswered
PhoneMail
Cancel call back
Extra
Call duration
Activation
Alarm clock
On or Off
Set day
Set time
Settings
Ring tones
Ring tone volume
Do Not Disturb
mode
Activation
On or Off
Set day
Start time
Stop time
Allowed caller
choice
Menu structure
Standard / A / B / C
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External ring tone
Internal ring tone
Group ring tones
A/B/C
Handset ring tone
volume
Settings
Earpiece tone
Key & feedback
tones
Notification beep
Music on hold
Base station
Enable registration
Line settings
Recall type
Short flash / Long
flash
Choose language
First ring
Service code
settings
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Menu structure
On or Off
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Conformity, Environment and Safety
Safety information
This equipment is not designed to make emergency calls when the power fails. An alternative
has to be made available to allow emergency calls.
Conformity
Hereby, PCE declares that the TWIST 456 is in compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. This product can only be connected to
the analogue telephone network of Belgacom.
Power requirements
This product requires an electrical supply of 230 volts, alternating monophased power,
excluding IT installations defined in standard EN 60-950. In case of power failure, the
communication can be lost.
Warning !
The electrical network is classified as hazardous according to criteria in the standard EN 60950. The only way to power down this product is to unplug the power supply from the
electrical outlet. Ensure the electrical outlet is located close to the apparatus and is always
easily accessible.
Telephone connection
The voltage on the network is classified as TNV-3 (Telecommunication Network Voltages), as
defined in the standard EN 60-950.
Safety precautions
Do not allow the handset to come into contact with water. Do not open the handset or the
base station. You could be exposed to high voltages. Do not allow the charging contacts or the
battery to come into contact with conductive materials.
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Environmental care
Please remember to observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of your packaging
materials, exhausted batteries and old phone and where possible promote their recycling.
The equipment that you bought has required the extraction and use of natural resources for
its production. It may content hazardous substances for the health and the environment.
In order to avoid the dissemination of those substances in our environment and to diminish
the pressure on the natural resources, we encourage you to use the appropriate take-back
systems. Those systems will reuse or recycle most of the materials of your end life equipment
in a sound way.
The crossed-bin symbol invites you to use those systems.
If you need more information on the collection, reuse and recycling systems, please contact
your local or regional waste administration.
You can also contact us for more information on the environmental performances of our
products.
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Declaration of conformity
We,
PCE
Route d'Angers
72081 Le Mans Cedex 9
France
Declare that the product TWISTTM456 is in compliance with ANNEX III of the R&TTEDirective 1999/5/EC and then with the following essential requirements :
Article 3.1 a : (protection of the health & the safety of the user)
Safety : EN 60950-1 (10/2001)
SAR : EN 50371 (2002)
Article 3.1 b : (protection requirements with respect to electromagnetic compatibility)
EMC : ETSI EN 301 489-6 V1.2.1 (08/2002) & ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.4.1 (08/2002)
Article 3.2 : (effective use of the radio spectrum)
Radio : EN 301 406 V1.5.1 (2003)
The presumption of conformity with the essential requirements regarding Council Directive
1999/5/EC is ensured.
Date : 29/07/2005
Le Mans
Product Quality Manager
Home Communication
Using GAP standard compliance
The GAP standard guarantees that all DECTTM GAP handsets and base stations comply with a
minimum operating standard irrespective of their make.Your TWIST 456 handset and base
station are GAP compliant, which means the minimum guaranteed functions are : register a
handset, take the line, receive a call and dial.The advanced features may not be available if you
use another handset than a TWIST 456 with your base station or if you register your handset
TWIST 456 to another base station.
To register and use your TWIST 456 handset with a GAP standard base station of a different
make, first follow the procedure described in the manufacturer’s instructions, then follow the
procedure page 28.
To register a handset from another make to the TWIST 456 base station, place the base
station into registration mode (page 28), then follow the procedure in the manufacturer’s
instructions.
A financial contribution has been paid to the associated national recovery & recycling system.
The labelled packaging material is recyclable.
DECTTM is a Trade Mark of ETSI registered for the benefit of the implementers of the DECT technology.
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Installing the TWIST 456
Unpacking your TWIST 456
The TWIST 456 package contains :
One TWIST 456 base station
NiMh 2HR
AAA 650 mAh
rechargeable
batteries
One TWIST 456
handset
A user guide
A power supply
Twist 456
A line cord
with line
adapter
In TWIST 456 Duo handset packs, you will also find one additional handset, one charger with
the power supply and additional rechargeable batteries.
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Installing the base station
Situate your product close enough to the telephone and mains power sockets so that the cables will
reach. To properly install the base station, plug the line cord and the power cable into the base station.
Plug the cord and the cable into the wall.
Warning !
Always use the cables provided with the product.
Do not insert anything in this opening
Connect the power supply
Connect the telephone line cord
Installing and replacing the batteries in the handset
To insert the batteries, open the battery cover, place the batteries as indicated and put the battery cover
back. When the handset is placed on the base station the 3 battery bars scroll (if charge is needed).
Allow the handset to charge for 24 hours to reach full charge.
In case you need to change the batteries, the following type is mandatory 2HR AAA NiMh 650 mAh.
Warning : the base station must always be plugged into the mains when charging or when in use. Always use
rechargeable batteries.
The warranty shall not apply to the batteries and any other components within limited lifetime and wear.
Batteries should not be disposed of with general household waste.
Battery life and range
Optimal battery life is reached after 3 cycles of complete charge & discharge. When reaching the range
limit and the conversation becoming crackly, move closer to the base. To reach optimal range, place the
base station away from electrical appliances.
Battery life in
standby mode
up to 300 hours
Battery life in
communication
up to15 hours
Indoor range
up to 50 metres
Installing the TWIST 456
Outdoor range
up to 300 metres
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Introduction
Belgacom screen saver
After 2 minutes of inactivity, the screen saver is displayed :
You can deactivate it (see page 31)
Idle mode
In idle mode, the TWIST 456 display shows various information :
- The date & time, the name of the handset and the instructions to access the menu.
- Missed calls
, new SMS
- “Do Not Disturb” mode
or PhoneMail message
, and the alarm clock
To activate / deactivate these functions press
, if any.
, if activated.
or
Understanding the menu system
To access the carousel menu from idle mode, press
. The carousel represents a
loop of icons that gives access to the different first level menus.
Scroll left or right
to reach the desired menu and press
to select.
The sub menus are listed and represented by little squares
at the bottom of the
display. To reach one particular sub-menu use the
and
keys and press
to validate your choice.
A “tick” shows the selected sub-menu or option. The
shows the option you
are browsing.
Note : some menus are also directly accessible via a dedicated key on the keypad
like the Intercom with
, the phonebook with
and the call log with
.
How to navigate in the menus
Press to access the carousel menu
Scroll to Sounds, and press
to select
Scroll to Handset ring tone vol. and press
The current level is heard, browse
to hear other levels
Browse through the levels and select one with
16
to select
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Basic principles
To make and to answer a call
Pre dialling
Direct dialling
Answer a call
Dial the number
Press the key
When ringing
Make the call
Dial the number
Take the line
To call from the phonebook
Press to directly access Phonebook
Choose a name in the list
Make the call or press
to select Call in the options
To store a name from predial
Dial the number
Press to enter the options
Scroll to Store and press
to select
Enter the name and press
To store an SMS
Dial the number
Press to enter the options
Scroll to Send SMS and press
to select
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes).
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS settings page 25
Enter the Destination box and press
Enter the text and press
Scroll to Store and press
to select
Redial from call log
Press to directly access Call log
Choose an entry in the list
Make the call or press
to select Call in the options
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In call features
During an external call, some other options are available. Press
to enter Options.
To mute the handset microphone
Press to enter Options
Press to select Mute (the caller can no longer hear you)
Press again to resume the conversation (End mute)
Intercom (available only if you have at least two handsets)
During an external call, you can use the intercom in-call option to call another handset and for
example transfer the call to this handset.
Press to enter Options
Scroll to Intercom (the caller can no longer hear you)
If there is only one additional handset it rings automatically,
otherwise select
a handset from the list.
Scroll to Transfer when the second handset has taken the line and press
to select.
Other options are available such as Switch and Conference call (see page 33).
To switch the handset loudspeaker ON / OFF
Press
to activate or deactivate the handset loudspeaker
Warning : Handsfree activation could suddenly increase the volume in the earpiece to a very
high level. Make sure the handset is not too close to your ear.
To increase / decrease the handset & earpiece / loudspeaker volume during a call
Press
to increase or
to decrease the volume when on line
There are 5 volume levels available.The last setting is stored for the next calls.
To access the phonebook or the call log during an external call
Press
select.
to enter the Options. Scroll to Phonebook or Call log and press
to
Caller Line identification and Call waiting
If you subscribe to the Call waiting service, a beep in the earpiece informs you of a second
incoming call. The name or number of the second caller may be displayed if you also subscribe
to Caller Display service. To answer that second call, use
+
.
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Editing systems
Case mode
By default, the first letter of a sentence is in upper case. Use
(short press) to change the
case mode :
- all letters in upper case (AB)
- all letters in lower case (ab) or
- the first letter in upper case and the rest of the word in lower case (Ab).
Punctuation and mathematical marks are available through
characters are also available on
and
while other special
(see table page 20).
Use the left & right keys
to move the cursor left or right. Press
character; a long press deletes the whole text.
to delete a
TWIST 456 uses two editing systems : Multi-tap and Eatoni®.While editing, a long press on
enables you to switch between the two systems.
The standard multi-tap system
This system allows you to enter the text character by character, pressing the corresponding
key as many times as necessary to reach the desired character.
The Eatoni® system is a predictive editing system designed to help you to write an SMS.
A little E in the header helps you to know the mode you are using.
Eatoni® is a word editor that chooses the most probable letter.
The operation of the Eatoni® system is the following :
Press the key that displays the character you want to edit. The character that is most likely to
be correct is displayed on the screen. If it does not match the expected letter, press
to
display the next most probable character available on the key.
Editing systems
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Let’s compare Multitap and Eatoni® systems to write “Paul”.
To write “Paul” with multi-tap
Press
once : P
Press
once : Pa
Press
twice : Pau
Press
three times : Paul
Keypad Keys Multi-tap Sequence
[space] 1 @ _ # = < > ( ) & ¤ £ $ ¥ [ ] { } ¤ §
1
abc2àäçåæ
2
def3èé ) N
3
ghi4ìΓ
4
jkl57
5
mno6ñòö
6
pqrs7ß A 2 E
7
tuv8ùü
8
w x y z 9 BS Ξ Q
9
.0 ,/ :;" ' ! ¡ ? ¿ * + - % \ ^ ~ |
0
To write “Paul” with Eatoni®
Long press
to activate Eatoni®
Press
:S
Press
to change character : P
Press
: Pa
Press
: Pat
Press
several times to change the letter : Pau
Press
: Paul
Press
to validate the name
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SMS
Send new SMS
Read SMS
SMS settings
You can use your TWIST 456 to send and receive SMS messages. With the Belgacom SMS
service, you are able to send messages to a fixed network telephone number or to a mobile
phone. Your messages can be received as text messages by all phones which support the SMS
service. If a telephone does not support the SMS service, the message will be automatically
converted into voice mail and read to the recipient. When you send an SMS message, your
telephone number is automatically transmitted to the recipient.
Requirements :
If you would like to receive SMS messages, we recommend you to call the telephone number
0800 17173 and to follow the directions you will be given. In order to be able to send and
receive SMS messages, the numbers of the SMS servers responsible for sending (01717) and
receiving (01717) them must be programmed on your TWIST 456 (see page 27). By default
the server numbers of Belgacom have already been programmed on your telephone : this
means you can send SMS messages without having to make any additional settings.
In order to be able to send and receive messages, it is necessary set up a sub-address. When
you purchase your TWIST 456 your telephone is preset to the sub-address 0 (see page 26).
In order to be able to receive SMS messages, one (or more than one) inbox number(s) must
be added at the end of your telephone number. This inbox number is comparable with a letter
box which is assigned to a particular house number in a road. The numbers 0 to 9 can be used
as inbox numbers.
Example : The inbox number of handset 1 is 0 and the inbox number of handset 2 is 3.
When someone wants to send you an SMS via a mobile phone, he/she must enter the inbox
number of the receiving phone (if his network operator supports this supplementary service)
at the end of your telephone number.
Example : 02 202 41 11 0 or 02 202 41 11 3
If the sender does not specify an inbox number, Belgacom automatically sends the SMS
message to the inbox with the number 0. For this reason, we recommend you to continue to
use the sub-address 0 for one of your handsets. The inbox number 0 is the default setting.
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Send new SMS
To send an SMS to a phone
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Press to select Send new SMS
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS settings page 25
Enter the password if any and press
(optional)
Enter the phone number directly and press
number from the Phonebook
or press
to retrieve the
Enter the Destination box number (optional), press
Note : the destination box is the SMS box of the receiver.
Enter the text and press
.
(see page 19)
Press to select Send now, otherwise
if you want to store your SMS, scroll to Store and press
The SMS stored can be later retrieved from Read SMS
to select.
The sent SMS can be up to a maximum of 160 characters long. The special characters ¤, ] and [
count for 2. The TWIST 456 can store a variable number of SMS for the 10 boxes.
Read SMS
The SMS list contains the stored and received SMS.
The received SMS are shown by
and the stored SMS are shown
To read an SMS / to view the number
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to Read SMS and press
22
to select
SMS
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Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS settings page 25
Enter the password if any and press
(optional)
Browse the list of SMS and select with
Press to select Read SMS
or scroll to View number and press
To reply to an SMS
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to Read SMS and press
to select
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS Settings page 25
Enter the password if any and press
(optional)
Browse the list of SMS and select with
Scroll to Reply and press
the one you want to reply to
to select
Enter the text and press
Press to select Send now
To forward an SMS
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to Read SMS and press
to select
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS Settings page 25
Enter the password if any and press
SMS
(optional)
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Browse the list of SMS and select with
Scroll to Forward and press
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the one you want to forward
to select
Enter the number and press
Enter the Destination box number (if any) and press
You can modify the text if necessary or press
Press to select Send now
To send again
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to Read SMS and press
to select
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS Settings page 25
Enter the password if any and press
(optional)
Browse the list of SMS and select with
the one you want to send again
Scroll to Send again and press
To delete an SMS
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to Read SMS and press
to select
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS Settings page 25
Enter the password if any and press
(optional)
Browse the list of SMS and select with
the one you want to delete
Scroll to Delete SMS and press
Press
24
to confirm
SMS
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To copy a number to the phonebook
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to Read SMS and press
to select
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS Settings page 25
Enter the password if any and press
(optional)
Browse the list of SMS and select with
Scroll to Copy to phonebook and press
to select
Enter the name and press
To call from the SMS list
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to Read SMS and press
to select
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS Settings page 25
Enter the password if any and press
(optional)
Browse the list of SMS and select with
Scroll to Call and press
to select or make the call
SMS settings
To set the SMS mode
If there are 2 SMS-enabled phones on your telephone line, you will have to deactivate the SMS
feature on 1 of the devices or set different SMS boxes for each handset.
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
SMS
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to select
Press to select Mode
Press to select On or scroll to Off and press
To set your personal SMS boxes
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to SMS settings and press
to select
Scroll to SMS boxes and press
Scroll to Add new and press
to select
to select
Enter the SMS box number and press
Enter the password twice and press
(optional)
To change the password of an SMS box
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to SMS settings and press
to select
Scroll to SMS boxes, select the one for which you want to change the password
and press
Press to select Change password
Enter the old password and press
Enter the new password twice and press
Note : If you forgot your password you can delete the corresponding SMS box
To delete an SMS box
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
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to select
Scroll to SMS boxes and select the one you want to delete and press
Scroll to Delete and press
Press
to confirm
Warning : when an SMS box is deleted, all the SMS contained in this box are deleted at the same
time.
To choose by default an SMS centre
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to SMS settings and press
to select
Scroll to SMS centre and press
, choose an SMS centre
Press to select Choose by default
To set the SMS centre number(s)
The SMS are sent through a centre.To receive an SMS from another operator, you must set the
corresponding numbers.
Press to enter the carousel menu
Press to select SMS
Scroll to SMS settings and press
Scroll to SMS centre and press
Choose an SMS centre and press
to select
to select
to select
Scroll to Edit incoming number and press
to select
Enter the number and press
Scroll to Edit outgoing number and press
to select
Enter the number and press
SMS
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Handset
Babysit mode
Registration
Rename handset
Date & time
Babysit mode
Display contrast
Backlight
Screen saver
if there are at least 2 handsets
This feature allows you to monitor the baby’s room. Place the handset in the room to be monitored
and you will hear the noise coming from the room on the additional handset.
To activate / deactivate the babysit mode
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
to select
Press to select Babysit mode
Select On or scroll to Off and press
to confirm
An intercom is necessary to monitor the room (see page 33).
Note : during an intercom, you can still answer a call or make a call with the handset
Registration
Up to 6 handsets can be registered to the base station. One handset can be registered to 4 base
stations.
Warning : If you wish to register non Philips handsets to the TWIST 456 base station, make sure
that this handset is GAP compliant otherwise it will not operate properly (see page 13).
To register a new handset
Unplug and plug back in the mains lead to put the base in registration mode and start the following
procedure immediately after that.
On the additional handset press
Enter the 4-digit RC code written on the sticker placed under the base station and
press
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To register a handset
Unplug and plug back in the mains lead to put the base in registration mode and start the following
procedure immediately after that.
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
to select
Scroll to Registration and press
to select
Press to select Register handset
Enter the 4-digit RC code written on the sticker placed under the base station and
press
To unregister a handset
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
to select
Scroll to Registration and press
to select
Scroll to Un-register handset and press
to select
Choose the handset to un-register from the list and press
Enter the 4-digit RC code and press
Note : should you have your handset serviced alone, please make sure it is un-registered from the
base station before taking it back to the repair centre.
To select a base station
To use a handset with another base station.
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
to select
Scroll to Registration and press
Scroll to Base selection and press
to select
to select
Choose the base station from the list and press
Warning : the handset will automatically operate with the last base station to which it was registered. If the
handset is out of range, it will automatically search for another base station from the list.
Handset
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Rename handset
To rename a handset
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
to select
Scroll to Rename handset and press
to select
Long press to delete the current name
Enter the name and press
Language
To change the language of the handset menus
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
to select
Scroll to Language and press
to select
Select your language in the list and press
to select
Date & time
To set the date and time
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
to select
Scroll to Date & time and press
to select
Select Set date
Enter the current date and press
Scroll to Set time and press
to select
Enter the current time and press
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Display contrast
To set the display contrast
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
to select
Scroll to Display contrast and press
to select
Browse through the levels and select with
the appropriate one
Backlight
To set the display backlight duration or deactivate it
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
Scroll to Backlight and press
to select
to select
Browse through the durations Off / 10 seconds / 20 seconds and select
with
Screen saver
After 2 minutes of inactivity, the screen saver is displayed. You can choose to activate or deactivate
it.
To activate or deactivate the screen saver
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Handset and press
to select
Scroll to Screen saver and press
to select
Press to select On or scroll to Off and press
Handset
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Intercom
Call all
Handset list
Intercom menu is accessible via the carousel or
Using the Intercom
(if there are at least 2 handsets)
This feature allows you to make free internal calls, transfer external calls from one handset to
another, use the conference option and the babysit feature (room monitoring; see page 33).
Internal call
Press to call the selected handset + handset number (for example
)
Hang up
Note : If the handset does not belong to the Belgacom TWIST 456 range, this function may not
be available.
Fast call transfer when on line
During a call you can transfer the call without waiting for the other handset to pick up. All the
handsets will then ring.
Press and select the option CALL ALL and press
Hang up
Note : the person on hold hears music
Call transfer to a specific handset when on line
During a call you can transfer the call to a specific handset.
Press to call the selected handset + handset number (for example
)
Hang up
Note : the person on hold hears music
Call transfer via the in-call options
During a call you can transfer the call via the in call options.
Press to enter the options (with handset 1)
Scroll to Intercom and press
to select
If there is only one additional handset, it rings automatically. Otherwise :
Browse through the handset list and select with
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The called handset rings. The external call is put on hold. If there is no answer
from the called handset you can resume the call on the first handset.
Take the line on the called handset, both internal callers can talk
Press to select Transfer (with handset 1)
Scroll to Switch and come back to the external caller
Note : to answer the call on the second handset you can press
Conference call via the in-call options
Conference call allows one external call to be shared with two handsets (in intercom). The 3
people can share the conversation. No operator subscription is needed.
Press to enter the options (with handset 1)
Scroll to Intercom and press
to select
If there is only one additional handset, it rings automatically. Otherwise :
Browse through the handset list and select with
the one you want to call.
The called handset rings. The external call is put on hold. If there is no answer from
the called handset you can resume the call on the first handset.
Take the line on the called handset, both internal callers can talk
Scroll to the Conference call option and press
The 3 people can share the conversation.
to select.
Note : to answer the call on the second handset you can press
To initiate the babysit mode (room monitoring)
if there are at least two handsets
registered on the same base
To use the babysit mode feature you need to activate it (see page 28) & initiate an intercom. Place
the handset in the room to be monitored and you will hear the noise coming from the room on
the additional handset.
Press to enter the options
Scroll to Intercom and press
to select
If there is only one additional handset, it switches automatically in room monitoring.
Otherwise :
Browse through the handset list and select with
the one you want to call.
The called handset switches automatically in room monitoring.
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Add new
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Phonebook menu is accessible via the carousel or
250 names and numbers can be stored in the phonebook (shared with all handsets).
The phonebook contains all the information related to the callers, especially the group settings. The
names and numbers are shared with all the handsets registered to your base.
Group settings
There are 3 groups (group A, group B and group C). When ringing, the ring tone helps you identify
the caller’s group (see page 43) and the screen shows the caller’s name. A subscription to the
Caller Line identification is needed.
Add new
The names are stored in alphabetical order.
To add a name to the phonebook
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Phonebook and press
Scroll to Add new and press
to select
to select
Enter the number and press
Enter the name and press
(see page 19 “Editing systems”)
To store a name and number from predial
Once the number is dialled, press
select.
to reach the options, scroll to Store and press
to
Enter the name and press
View
To quickly reach a name in the list, enter the first character and browse through the list if several
names start with the same letter.
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To call
Press to directly reach the list of names
Browse through the list of names
Make the call
Or press to reach the options
And press again to select Call
To change a number
Press to directly reach the list of names
Browse through the list of names and press
Scroll to Change number and press
to select a name
to select
Press to erase the current number
Enter the new number and press
Note : it is possible to erase the current number with a long press on
any digit by moving the cursor
or
. You can simply change
to reach the digit and make a single press on
To change a name
Press to directly reach the list of names
Browse through the list of names and press
Scroll to Change name and press
to select a name
to select
Press to erase the current name
Enter the new name and press
Note : it is possible to erase the current name with a long press on
any letter by moving the cursor
or
. You can simply change
to reach the letter and make a single press on
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To define a group for a name and number
(see Group settings page 34)
Press to directly reach the list of names
Browse through the list of names and press
Scroll to Select group and press
to select a name
to select
Browse through the groups and select with
To change the SMS box number
Press to directly reach the list of names
Browse through the list of names and press
Scroll to Change SMS box and press
to select a name
to select
Enter the destination box number and press
To delete an entry
Press to directly reach the list of names
Browse through the list of names and press
Scroll to Delete and press
Press
to select
to select
to confirm
To send an SMS from the phonebook
Press to directly reach the list of names
Browse through the list of names and press
Scroll to Send SMS and press
to select
to select
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS settings page 25
Enter the password and press
(optional)
Enter the Destination box number (optional), press
Enter the text and press
(see page 19)
Press to select Send now
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Call log
View
Delete all
Call log settings
Call log menu is accessible via the carousel or
The call log can store up to 40 entries
: unanswered calls
: answered calls
-
: outgoing calls
: messages (in the PhoneMail)
The call log shows the list of outgoing calls.
If you have subscribed to the Caller Line Identification (CLI), you will also have the list of incoming
calls. In this case the name (or number) of the callers will be displayed. The date & time of the call
are also shown. If you have no subscription, the display shows “Unknown caller” as well as the date
& time of the call.
View
To view the call log
Press to directly reach the calls list
Browse through the list and read the information
To call / redial
Press to directly reach the calls list
Browse through the list and press
to select an outgoing call entry*
Press to call
Or press to select Call in the options
* Note : to be able to call back a correspondent in the case of an incoming call (answered
unanswered
), you need to subscrible to the Caller Line Identification service.
Call log
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To view the number
Press to directly reach the calls list
Browse through the list and press
to select an entry
Scroll to View number and press
to select
To store the caller’s number
Press to directly reach the calls list
Browse through the list and press
Scroll to Store and press
to select an entry
to select
Enter the name and press
To delete a name and a number
Press to directly reach the calls list
Browse through the list and press
Scroll to Delete and press
Press
to select an entry
to select
to confirm your choice
To send an SMS from the call log
Press to directly reach the calls list
Browse through the list and press
to select an entry
Scroll to Send SMS and press
to select
Select your SMS box (only if you have created several SMS boxes)
To create a SMS box please refer to SMS settings page 25
Enter the password and press
(optional)
Enter the Destination box number (optional), press
Enter the text and press
(see page 19)
Press to select Send now
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Delete all
To delete all the call log
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Call log and press
to select
Scroll to Delete all and press
to select
Press to confirm
Call log settings
You can set the call log to store information about incoming calls and / or outgoing calls.
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Call log and press
to select
Scroll to Call log settings and press
to select
Press to select Incoming calls or scroll
calls and press
to Outgoing
to select
Browse through the options and press
Call log
to select the one that suits you
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Network (Belgacom services)
This feature allows you to activate or deactivate network services that are subscription dependent.
You need to set up codes (see page 47).
Contact Belgacom for more details. You can usually subscribe to Call forward, Belgacom phoneMail,
etc.
Example of service : Call forward
Calls can be redirected to another phone number. Set the code (see page 47) and activate it when
necessary.
To activate call forward
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Network and press
to select
Press to select Call forward
Enter the phone number directly and press
or press
to retrieve from the
phonebook the number to which the calls are to be forwarded and press
The number is automatically chained to the call forward prefix and the system dials the
number
Hang up
From now on the calls will be redirected to the assigned phone number.
To deactivate call forward
Press to select View
Press to select Cancel and the system dials
Hang up
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Extra
Call duration
Alarm clock
Do Not Disturb mode
Call duration
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Extra and press
to select
Press to select Call duration
The total communication time is displayed
Press
to Reset the counter
Alarm clock
To set the alarm clock
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Extra and press
to select
Scroll to Alarm clock and press
Scroll to Set day and press
Scroll to Set time and press
to select
to select. Choose a day.
to select
Enter the time and press
When the alarm rings, press any key to stop it. The snooze is then activated (will ring again every 5
minutes). To definitely stop it press
.
To activate / deactivate the alarm clock
A long press on
activates / deactivates the alarm clock with your own settings.
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To set the alarm ring tone type and ring tone volume
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Extra and press
to select
Scroll to Alarm clock and press
Scroll to Settings and press
to select
to select
Press to select Ring tones
Choose among the available ring tones and press
Scroll to Ring tone volume and press
to select
to select
Choose among the available volume levels and press
to select
Do Not Disturb mode
This feature allows you to screen calls after a certain time in the evening or when you do not want
to be disturbed. Enter the time and select the group(s) allowed to call you. If none of the 4 groups
is selected but the feature is activated, then nobody will be able to reach you. If the caller does not
belong to an allowed group, the handset and base station will remain silent, while the caller will hear
ringing. The feature is deactivated by default. You need to subscribe to the Caller Line Identification
service (CLI).
To set the Do Not Disturb mode
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Extra and press
to select
Scroll to Do Not Disturb mode and press
Scroll to Set day, press
to select
to select the day and press
Scroll to Start time, enter the time and press
Scroll to Stop time, enter the time and press
Scroll to Allowed caller choice, activate the callers group(s) allowed to call you
and press
to select
Warning ! only allowed callers will be able to reach you during the selected day & time
A long press on
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Sounds
Handset ring tones
Group ring tones
Handset ring tone volume
Settings
Handset ring tones
To set the external ring tone (ring tone for external calls)
Press to enter the carousel
Scroll to Sounds and press
to select
Press to select Handset ring tones
Press to select External ring tone
Browse through the list of ring tones and press
to select one
To set the internal ring tone (ring tone for internal calls)
Press to enter the carousel
Scroll to Sounds and press
to select
Press to select Handset ring tones
Scroll to Internal ring tone and press
Browse through the list of ring tones and press
to select
to select one
Group ring tones
To set the group ring tones
There are 3 groups of callers (see page 34 Group settings). You can associate 1 ring tone to a group.
Press to enter the carousel
Scroll to Sounds and press
to select
Scroll to Group ring tones and press
Sounds
to select
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Scroll through the 3 different groups and press
to select one
Browse through the list of ring tones and press
to select
Handset ring tone volume
Press to enter the carousel
Scroll to Sounds and press
to select
Scroll to Handset ring tone vol. and press
to select
The current level is heard, browse through the levels to hear them
Press to select the appropriate volume
Settings
To set the earpiece tone
Press to enter the carousel
Scroll to Sounds and press
Scroll to Settings and press
to select
to select
Scroll to Earpiece tone and press
to select
Browse through the options and press
to select the appropriate setting
To set the key & feedback tones
Press to enter the carousel
Scroll to Sounds and press
Scroll to Settings and press
to select
to select
Scroll to Key & feedback tones and press
Press to select On or scroll to Off and press
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Sounds
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To set the notification beep
Press to enter the carousel
Scroll to Sounds and press
Scroll to Settings and press
to select
to select
Scroll to Notification beep and press
to select
Press to select On or scroll to Off and press
to select
To activate / deactivate the music on hold
The feature allows the caller to hear music when the call is put on hold when transferring a call
from one handset to the other.
Press to enter the carousel
Scroll to Sounds and press
Scroll to Settings and press
to select
to select
Scroll to Music on hold and press
to select
Press to select On or scroll to Off and press
Sounds
to select
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Base station
Enable registration
Line settings
Service code settings
Enable registration
This feature allows you to register a DECT peripheral without keypad. Some DECT peripherals,
such as repeaters, do not have any keypad. A special menu-operated procedure is used to register
such peripherals to the base station. Also use the peripheral instructions to register it to the base.
To register a DECT peripheral
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Base station and press
to select
Press to select Enable registration
Enter the peripheral code (RC code) and press
Follow the instructions in the peripheral manual
Line settings
To change the recall type
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Base station and press
to select
Scroll to Line settings and press
to select
Press to select Recall type
Press to select Short flash or scroll to Long flash and press
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To select the language
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Base station and press
to select
Scroll to Line settings and press
to select
Scroll to Choose language and press
to select
Browse through the list of languages and press
to select the appropriate one
To activate and deactivate the first ring
To prevent the phone from ringing when receiving an SMS, the first ring tone is deactivated. You can
activate it.
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Base station and press
to select
Scroll to Line settings and press
to select
Scroll to First ring and press
to select
Press to select On or scroll to Off and press
to select
Belgacom service code settings
When you subscribe to extra services with Belgacom you may need to set some codes in your
phone.
Press to enter the carousel menu
Scroll to Base station and press
to select
Scroll to Service code settings and press
Browse through the list of services and press
to select
to select
Enter the code and press
Base station
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FAQ
1/ I have no dialling tone after having installed my phone. How do I solve this problem?
Check that you have connected your phone using the supplied line cable and not the one from any
previous phone (they are often wired differently).
Check that you have fully charged the handset according to the instructions given for the phone.
Check that the aerial icon (radio link with the base station) is displayed. If the handset is not registered you may need to register it (see page 28).
2/ Can the handset be left on the base all the time?
Yes there is no “memory effect”. The handset can be left on the base station for all current models
using NiMh batteries.
3/ Will my phone lose all recorded data (phonebooks entries) in the case of a general
power cut?
No it will not. The data recorded in your phone is not deleted in the case of a general power failure or when you unplug your base station or when you replace the batteries.
4/ Is it possible to write, read, send or receive an SMS when the other handset is in
communication (Belgacom Duo packs only)?
No it is not possible.
5/ What happens if I send an SMS to a fixed line with no SMS phone ?
The correspondent could receive a vocal message.
6/ What is the destination box useful for ?
This is the number of a personal SMS box. It is a way to send an SMS to someone’s personal box
instead of sending it to the default box, which is a kind of common box. If you send an SMS without
specifying an SMS box number (destination box), then the SMS will be sent to the default box 0
(common box), if the receiver’s phone deals with multiboxes features and he has an SMS service
subscription.
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www.philips.com/support
Telephone troubleshooting
PROBLEMS
The icon
does not
scroll when the handset is
placed on the base
No dialling tone
CAUSES
- Bad battery contact
- Dirty contact
- Battery is full
- No power
- Batteries are empty
- You are too far from the base
station
- Wrong cable
No ring tone
SOLUTIONS
- Move the handset slightly
- Clean the contact with a cloth
moistened with alcohol
- No need to charge
- Check the connections. Reset
the phone : unplug and plug back
in the mains
- Charge the batteries at least 24
hours
- Move closer to the base station
- Always use the cable provided
- The ring tone is deactivated
- The Do Not Disturb mode is ON
- Increase the volume (page 44)
- Deactivate it (page 42)
does not
- No mains power
- The handset is too far from the
base station
- Check connections
- Move closer to the base station
is blinking
Handset not registered to the base
station
Register the handset to the base
(page 28)
- You are too far from the base
station
- The base station is too close to
electrical appliances, reinforced
concrete walls or metal doorframes
- Move closer to the base station
- The handset displays “Not
available”
- The procedure to add a handset
has failed, try again
- when attempting to add
another handset to the base
station
- when using a handset
- Maximum number of handsets (6)
has been reached
- Disconnect and connect the
base station power supply.
Follow the procedure to
register a handset (page 28).
- Un-register a handset (page 29)
- Base station is already busy with
another handset (ie : phonebook)
- Wait until it is available
Noise interference on your
radio or television
The TWIST 456 base station or
mains power pack are too close to
electrical appliances
Move the power pack or base
station as far as possible
Caller Line Identification
(CLI) service does not work
The service is not activated
Contact Belgacom
The icon
appear
The icon
Crackling on the line
Troubleshooting
- Move the base station to find a
better place (the higher the
better)
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PROBLEMS
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CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
A phonebook entry cannot
be memorised
The phonebook is full
Delete an entry to free memory
No new SMS are received
- SMS memory is full
- The SMS mode is deactivated
- Delete old SMS
- Activate it (page 25)
No SMS can be sent or
received
- SMS mode is OFF
- You have no subscription
- Activate SMS mode (page 25)
- Contact Belgacom for more
information
- Deactivate the SMS mode on
one of the device or set
different sub-addresses
- Another SMS-enabled phone
with the same sub-address is also
on your line
No caller Id / poor audio
quality / Poor connection
quality with broadband DSL
internet
- DSL filter(s)/splitter missing or
insufficient number of filters
- Modem &/or phone plugged in
the wrong DSL filter slot
- Defective DSL filter(s)
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Troubleshooting
- Make sure you have one DSL
filter plugged directly on each
line socket used in the house
- Check the modem and the
phone are plugged in the
correct filter slot (one specific
for each)
- The filter(s) can be defective.
Replace it/them and make
another test
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Guarantee
The terminal described was specially selected for you by Belgacom. Unless otherwise stipulated by
contract, the terminal carries a two years guarantee covering the cost of spare parts and labour due to a
material or manufacturing defect.
The guarantee will take effect as from the date on which the device is collected or delivered.
If you should have any difficulties with your terminal, you should go to one of our Téléboutiques or to
one of our authorized sales agencies, bringing with you the sales slip and the complete device in its original packaging or a packaging ensuring a similar degree of protection.
The addresses of our Téléboutiques and authorized sales agencies are in the information pages of the
telephone Directory.
In the event of defective material or a manufacturing defect, your device will be repaired or replaced free
of charge on presentation of the sales slip.
Belgacom alone will determine what repairs and / or replacements will be necessary. The guarantee
period applicable to a device which has been repaired or replaced will end on expiry of the guarantee
period applicable to the device purchased but may not be less than three months.
The guarantee does not cover :
- damage of any kind, the origin of which is not prior to the sale;
- any damage, malfunction or defect due to a fault of the customer or the cause of which is external to
the device : lightning, voltage surge, humidity, accidental deterioration, improper use or poor maintenance, failure to follow the instructions or any case of force majeure;
- repair or replacement of the movable elements (cords, wires, plugs, antennas, etc.), replacement of
accessory elements, the regular renewal of which is necessary (batteries, paper, ink, etc.) or the supply
of cleaning products.
The guarantee will not apply :
- if the customer personally modifies or repairs the device or does so with the assistance of any person
who is not authorized by Belgacom;
- or if the customer removes or falsifies the manufacturing numbers and / or the markings on the terminal. Belgacom will not be liable for any indirect or non-material loss suffered by the customer due to a
malfunction of the terminal such as in particular a production loss, loss of earnings or loss of a contract.
The general terms and conditions applicable to our terminals may be obtained on application to any of
the Belgacom departments accessible to the public or see www.belgacom.be.
BELGACOM S.A. of public law,
Bd. du Roi Albert II 27
B-1030 Brussels
VAT BE 0202.239.951
R.P.M. Brussels
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Index
A
Add new (phonebook) 34
Alarm clock 41
Answer a call 17
B
Babysit mode 28, 33
Backlight 31
Base keys 4
Base installation 15
Batteries & battery life 15
C
Call duration 41
Call forward 40
Call log settings 39
Call transfer 32
Change name 35
Change number 35
Choose language 47
Conference call 33
Conformity 11
Copy to phonebook 25
D
Date and time 30
Declaration of conformity 13
Define groups 36
Delete all (call log) 39
Delete call log entry 38
Delete an entry (phonebook) 36
Delete an SMS 24
Destination box 36
Display contrast 31
Do Not Disturb mode 42
E
Earpiece tone 44
Edition mode 19
Enable registration (DECT peripheral) 46
Environmental care 12
F
FAQ 48
First ring 47
Forward SMS 23
G
GAP 13
Groups 36, 43
Guarantee 51
H
Handset keys 2
Handset ring tones 43
I
Icons 3
Idle mode 16
Intercom 18, 32
Internal call 32
K
Key & feedback tones 44
Keypad lock/unlock 2
L
Language 30
Language selection screen 1
Line settings 46
Loudspeaker 2, 18
M
Make calls 17, 25, 35, 37
Music on hold 45
Mute 18
N
Navigation in menus 16
Network 40
Notes 53
Notification beeps 45
O
Outgoing messages 22
P
Phonebook 34
Predial 17
R
Range 15
Read SMS 22
Recall type 46
Redial 17
Register handset 29
Rename handset 30
Ring tone type (alarm) 42
Ring tone volume (alarm) 42
S
Screen saver 16, 31
Send new SMS 22
Send SMS (from phonebook) 36
Send SMS (from call log) 38
Service codes settings 47
SMS box 26
SMS centre 26, 27
SMS mode 25
SMS settings 25
Services Belgacom 40
Settings Belgacom codes 47
T
Troubleshooting 49, 50
U
Unpacking your TWIST 456 14
Unregister handset 29
V
View the call log 37
Volume (earpiece) 18
Volume (ring tone) 44
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