Sony T10s User's Manual
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Contents
at a Glance
Getting Started 3
Preparing Your Phone for Use 4
Turning Your Phone On and Off 9
Display Information and Key Functions 11
Making and Receiving Calls 13
During a Call 16
Functions and Settings 19
Using the Menu System 20
Your Personal Phone Book 22
Using the Call List 28
Your Voice Mail Service 30
Personalizing Your Phone 31
Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS) 36
Diverting Incoming Calls 44
Security for Your Phone and Subscription 46
Handling More than One Call Simultaneously 53
Setting Network Preferences 58
Knowing the Call Time/Call Cost 61
Using Two Voice Lines 63
Calling from Your Car 64
Calling Card or Credit Card Calls 66
Sending and Receiving Faxes and Data 68
Some Useful Functions 69
Additional Information 73
Ericsson T10s
Second edition (November 1999)
This manual is published by Ericsson
Mobile Communications AB, without any
warranty. Improvements and changes to
this manual necessitated by typographical
errors, inaccuracies of current information,
or improvements to programs and/or
equipment, may be made by Ericsson
Mobile Communications AB at any time
and without notice. Such changes will,
however, be incorporated into new editions
of this manual.
All rights reserved.
©Ericsson Mobile Communications AB,
1999
Publication number: EN/LZT 108 2699 R1B
Printed in Sweden
INNOVATRON PATENTS
Troubleshooting 74
Quick Keys 76
Technical Data 77
Glossary 78
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use 83
Warranty 87
Declaration of Conformity 89
Index 91
Please note!
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Some of the services in this manual are not supported by all networks. This also applies to the GSM International Emergency
Number 112.
Please contact your network operator or service provider if you are
in doubt whether you can use a particular service or not.
The
symbol on our products signifies that they have been certified according to the EMC directive 89/336/EEC, the Telecommunications directive 91/263/EEC, and the Low Voltage directive
73/23/EEC when applicable. The products fulfil the requirements
according to the following standards:
Cellular Phones and Accessories in Combination:
ETS 300 342-1 EMC for European digital cellular telecommunications.
Accessories Without Direct Connection to a Cellular Phone:
EN 50081 Electromagnetic compatibility, Generic Emission
Standard, and EN 50082 Electromagnetic compatibility, Generic
Immunity Standard.
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GETTING STARTED
Preparing Your Phone for Use
4
Turning Your Phone On and Off
9
Display Information and Key Functions 11
Making and Receiving Calls 13
During a Call 16
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Preparing Your Phone
for Use
Overview
Front
Antenna
Indicator light
Volume keys
Earpiece
Display
Keypad
Microphone
Flip
Microphone channel
Back
Threaded hole for belt clip
SIM release button
Battery
Battery release
catch
4
Preparing Your Phone for Use
Assembly
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You need to do the following to use your phone:
•
insert the SIM card
•
attach the battery to the phone
•
charge the battery
The SIM Card
When you register as a subscriber with a network operator, you get a SIM
(Subscriber Identity Module) card. The SIM card contains a computer chip
that keeps track of your phone number, the services included in your
subscription, and your Phone Book information, among other things.
SIM cards come in two sizes. One is the size of a credit card, and the other is
smaller. Your phone uses the smaller card. Many credit card-sized SIM cards
have a perforated smaller card that you can take out easily. Before you can use
your phone, you must insert the SIM card as shown below.
Inserting the SIM Card
1. Remove the battery (if attached).
2. Slide the SIM card into the SIM
card slot with the golden con-
nectors facing down and the cut
corner turned to the left.
Removing the SIM Card
1. Remove the battery (if attached).
2. Slide the SIM release button
towards you.
3. Pull out the SIM card.
Preparing Your Phone for Use
5
The PIN
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Most SIM cards are supplied with a security code or PIN (Personal Identity
Number), which you need to access the network. Every time you turn on your
phone, it prompts you to enter your PIN. You will find your PIN in the
information from your operator.
Some operators may have services that require a second PIN, your PIN2.
You should be careful with your PIN, since it is your protection against
unauthorized use of your subscription.
If your PIN is entered incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM card is
blocked. If this happens, you can unlock it by using your PUK (Personal
Unblocking Key code), which you also get from your operator.
The Battery
Your phone comes with a nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery. The battery is
not charged when you buy your phone, but there may be enough power to turn
the phone on. We recommend that you charge the battery before you use the
phone for the first time.
Attaching the Battery to Your Phone
•
Place the battery on the back of the phone and push until you hear a click.
When to Charge the Battery
The nickel metal hydride battery that comes with your phone can be charged
whenever you wish without affecting its performance. This is not the case
with the cheaper nickel cadmium type batteries, often sold as accessories by
other suppliers. For the best talk and standby time in the long run, we
recommend that you use only Ericsson original batteries with your phone.
To remind you that you will soon need to charge the battery or replace it with
a charged one:
•
an alarm signal (a long beep) sounds and the message Battery low appears
for ten seconds in the display. The signal is repeated several times.
6
Preparing Your Phone for Use
the indicator light on the top of the phone starts flashing red.
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Note! The phone turns itself off when the battery can no longer power it
satisfactorily.
Charging the Battery
1. Make sure that the battery is
attached to the phone.
2. Connect the charger to the mains.
3. Connect the charger to the phone
as shown in the picture. The flash
symbol on the plug must face
upwards.
To indicate charging:
•
the battery meter in the display pulses continuously.
•
the indicator on the top of the phone shows a steady red light (or green, if
the phone is turned on).
When the battery is fully charged, the battery meter in the display is full and
the indicator on the top of the phone shows a steady green light.
Tip! You can use the phone while the battery is being charged. However, this
increases the charging time.
Disconnecting the Charger
•
Bend the plug connected to the phone upwards and pull it out.
Preparing Your Phone for Use
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Removing the Battery
1. Turn off the phone.
2. Press the catch on the bottom of
the battery.
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Preparing Your Phone for Use
3. Lift the battery up and away from
the phone.
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Turning Your Phone On
and Off
Turning Your Phone On
•
Press and hold the N O (ON/OFF) key until you hear a click.
If “Enter PIN” Appears in Display
Enter
PIN
Some SIM cards are protected with a PIN code. If Enter PIN appears in the
display after you have turned on the phone, do this:
1. Enter your PIN. If you make a mistake while entering your PIN, erase the
Enter
PIN
****
wrong digit by pressing the C L R key.
2. Press Y E S .
Note! If your PIN is entered incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM card is
blocked. You can unblock it by using your PUK, see “Security for Your Phone
and Subscription” on page 46.
Network Search
After you have turned on the phone (and entered your PIN), the Ericsson logo
appears in the display and the phone searches for a network.
When a network is found, the phone beeps three times. The indicator light on
the top of the phone flashes green once every second and your network
NETWORK
00:00
operator’s name (in most cases abbreviated) appears in the display.
This is called standby mode. You can now make and receive calls.
Initial Settings
The first time you turn on your phone, you may want to change the language
in the display, choose the ring signal type and set the clock. For more
information about these settings, see “Personalizing Your Phone” on page 31.
Display Language
Most modern SIM cards automatically set the display language to the
language of the country where you bought your SIM card. If this is not the
case, the default language is English. To change the display language, see
“Display Language” on page 34.
Turning Your Phone On and Off
9
If your phone displays a language you do not understand, you can change it to
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English.
To change the display language to English
1. Press the C L R key.
2. Press the L E F T arrow key.
3. Enter 0000.
4. Press the R I G H T arrow key.
Network
NETWORK
16:21
Normally, the name of a network appears in the display after you have turned
your phone on, but sometimes there is no network that you can use. The
display then shows one of the following:
112 only
112 only
16:21
If the message 112 only is displayed, you are within range of a network, but you
are not allowed to use it. However, in an emergency, some operators allow
you to call the international emergency number 112. See “Making Emergency
Calls” on page 14.
No network
No network
06:01
If the message No network is displayed, there is no network within range or the
received signal is too weak. You have to move to get a stronger signal.
Turning Your Phone Off
•
In standby mode, press and hold the N O (ON/OFF) key until you hear a
click.
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Turning Your Phone On and Off
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Display Information
and Key Functions
Display Information
Your phone display will help you to:
•
verify that you are dialling correctly
•
check your signal strength and service availability
•
find out if you have received messages
•
check which line is in use if you have the Alternate Line Service (ALS)
•
check battery level
Icons in the Display
Icons are displayed when specific functions are active or if you have received
a message. The figure in the margin shows an overview of all the possible
icons and where they appear.
The table below shows every icon separately and also gives you an
explanation.
Icon/Indicator:
Name:
Description:
Signal strength
meter
The strength of the received signal is
indicated in steps. Six steps indicate
the strongest signal.
Battery meter
Indicates the current state of the battery. The fuller the icon, the more
power there is.
Keypad lock
indicator
The keypad is locked.
Divert indicator
An arrow means that the Divert all
function is active.
Silent ring signal
A crossed note means that no sound
can be heard when you receive a call.
SMS indicator
The envelope icon means that you
have received a text message (SMS).
Voice mail indicator The tape loops mean that you have
received a voice message. Will not
appear on all networks.
Display Information and Key Functions
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Name:
Description:
Line indicator
Tells you which line is in use if you
have the Alternate Line Service.
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Icon/Indicator:
Home zone indica- The house icon indicates that the
tor
phone is within the home zone. Will
not appear on all networks.
Key Functions
The keys have other functions when you access the menu system “Using the
Menu System” on page 20.
Key:
Use:
YES
To make calls and answer calls.
NO
To turn the phone on or off. Press and hold the key.
To end a call.
L E F T and R I G H T To access and navigate (scroll through) the menu system.
arrow keys
12
C L R (Clear)
To erase digits from the display. Press and hold the key to
erase all digits.
To mute the microphone during a call. Press and hold the
key.
To turn the ring signal on/off in standby mode. Erase all
digits from the display. Then press and hold the key. The
symbol for silent ring signal is shown in the display when
the ring signal is turned off.
To silence the ring signal when you receive a call. Press
the key briefly
Number keys
To enter the digits 0-9.
The 0 key enters the international prefix (+) if held down.
Star
To enter a star (*) character.
If held down it enters a p (pause).
Hash
To enter #.
To terminate the input of PIN and security codes.
If held down it enters the phone icon.
Volume keys
U P and D O W N
To increase or decrease the volume of the earpiece or
handsfree loudspeaker during a call.
To show today’s date in the display during standby.
To reject a call, double-click a volume key.
Display Information and Key Functions
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Making and Receiving
Calls
In this chapter, we assume that you have turned on your phone and that you
are within range of a network. If you are abroad, you may use other networks,
provided your home network has an agreement that allows you to do this (see
also “Setting Network Preferences” on page 58).
Making a Call
NETWORK
0123456789
1. Enter the area code and phone number.
2. Press Y E S .
While a call is in progress, a time counter automatically starts and you can see
how long you have been on the phone. If you have activated the Call Cost
option (see “Knowing the Call Time/Call Cost” on page 61) and your network
and SIM card supports it, you see the price of the call in the display.
Ending a Call
•
Press N O to end the call.
Re-dialling a Previously Called Number
1. Clear the display using C L R .
01:06
Julia
+3456789012
2. Press Y E S .
3. Press an arrow key until the number (and name) you want to call appears.
4. Press Y E S to make the call.
Automatic Re-dialling
If the display shows Retry? you can re-dial the number by pressing Y E S . Your
phone automatically re-dials (up to 10 times)
•
until the call is answered. When the call is answered, you hear a beep followed by a ring signal.
•
until you press a key or receive a call.
Making and Receiving Calls
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Making International Calls
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1. Press and hold the 0 key until a + sign appears.
2. Enter the country code, area code (without any leading zero) and phone
number.
3. Press Y E S .
Making Emergency Calls
1. Enter 112 (the international emergency number).
2. Press Y E S .
The international emergency number 112 can be used in most countries, with
or without a SIM card inserted, if a GSM network is within range.
Note! Some network operators may require that a SIM card is inserted, and in
some cases that the PIN code has been entered, as well.
Some networks may not use the international emergency number, 112.
In a number of countries, the emergency number is 999 instead.
If you are unsure of what emergency number is used in your country, please
contact your network operator or service provider.
What Happens when I Receive a Call?
Answer?
The phone rings and the indicator light on the top of the phone flashes green
rapidly. The display shows Answer?
Tip! The phone has an in-built vibrating unit which allows you to receive
calls discretely. See “Vibrating unit” on page 33.
wAnswering a Call
•
Press Y E S .
Rejecting a Call
Busy tone
Tommy
+2345678901
•
Double-click one of the volume keys on the side of the phone,
or press N O .
The caller hears a busy tone if the function is supported by the caller’s network. If Divert on Busy is activated, the call is diverted to the number you
have specified. See, “Diverting Incoming Calls” on page 44.
Calling Line Identification (CLI)
Answer?
Janina
+234343556
If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification service and the
caller’s network sends the number, you see the caller’s number at the bottom
of the display when you receive a call. If the number is stored with a name in
the phone book, the name is also shown in the display.
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Making and Receiving Calls
Ciphering
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Ciphering is a built-in feature that scrambles your calls and messages to
provide additional privacy.
An exclamation (!) mark, shown next to the handset icon in the display during
a call, indicates that ciphering is currently not being provided by the network.
Making and Receiving Calls
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During a Call
Your phone has several functions which you might find helpful while a call is
in progress.
Changing the Earpiece Volume
To change the earpiece volume during a call
•
Press the volume keys (U P or D O W N ) on the side of the phone.
Pressing U P increases the volume.
Pressing D O W N decreases the volume.
Muting the Microphone
To turn the microphone off temporarily during a call
1. Press and hold the C L R key.
Mute appears in the display.
2. To continue your conversation, release the C L R key.
Tip! Instead of pressing and holding the C L R key, you can put the call on
hold.
To put the call on hold
1. Press Y E S .
1 on hold appears in the display
2. To continue your conversation, press Y E S again.
Scratch Pad Function
If you need to make a note of a phone number during a call, you can use the
Scratch Pad.
To use the scratch pad
•
Use the number keys to enter the number.
When you end the call, the number remains in the display. You can now call
the number by pressing Y E S , or save it in the Phone Book (see “Your Personal
Phone Book” on page 22).
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During a Call
Sending Tone Signals
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To use telephone banking services or to control an answering machine, you
need to use codes. These codes are sent as tone signals (also known as DTMF
tones or touch tones).
•
Press the appropriate keys (0-9, * and #).
Tip! You can also save a code together with a phone number in the Phone
Book. See “Your Personal Phone Book” on page 22.
Checking Duration/Cost of Call
During a call, the display shows the duration in minutes and seconds. If you
prefer, you can have the call cost displayed, provided your network and your
SIM card support this feature. See “Knowing the Call Time/Call Cost” on
page 61 on how to use this feature.
More than One Call Simultaneously
Your phone is capable of handling more than one call simultaneously. You can
put the current call on hold, and then make or answer a second call. You can
also set up a conference call with up to five people. See “Handling More than
One Call Simultaneously” on page 53 on how to use this feature.
During a Call
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During a Call
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FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS
Using the Menu System 20
Your Personal Phone Book 22
Using the Call List 28
Your Voice Mail Service 30
Personalizing Your Phone 31
Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS) 36
Diverting Incoming Calls 44
Security for Your Phone and Subscription 46
Handling More than One Call Simultaneously 53
Setting Network Preferences 58
Knowing the Call Time/Call Cost 61
Using Two Voice Lines 63
Calling from Your Car 64
Calling Card or Credit Card Calls 66
Sending and Receiving Faxes and Data 68
Some Useful Functions 69
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Using the Menu System
You can find all your phone functions in the menu system. You use the menu
system every time you want to change a setting in your phone, such as the ring
signal. You also use the menus to get the most out of your phone: to set the
alarm clock, send text messages, store important phone numbers, etc.
The menus are arranged in a continuous loop, which you move (scroll)
through with the R I G H T and L E F T arrow keys. Each menu contains a list of
options. Some menus have sub-menus with additional options.
Moving Through the Menu System
Press…
to…
RIGHT
scroll clockwise through menus or functions.
LEFT
scroll anti-clockwise through menus or functions.
YES
select a menu or function, enter a submenu.
NO
go back one level in the menu system and/or leave a
setting unchanged.
CLR
go back to the standby display.
Instead of pressing the R I G H T or L E F T key repeatedly, you can press and
hold it down until you reach the menu or submenu you want.
Note! If you enter the menu system, but do not press a key within 60 seconds,
the phone returns to standby mode.
Scrolling and Selecting
•
Use the arrow keys to scroll from menu to menu. Press the L E F T or
RIGHT
•
arrow keys until you reach the menu or function that you need.
Press the Y E S key to select a menu or function.
Interpreting the Instructions in the Manual
Example:
•
20
Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Send message, Y E S .
Using the Menu System
Interpret this instruction as follows:
1. From the standby mode, use the L E F T or R IG H T arrow keys to scroll to
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<
Menu
Mail
>
the Mail menu. The arrows on either side of the word Mail mean that you can
scroll to another menu.
<
Mail
Read
messages
2. Press Y E S to select the menu.
>
Now you are in the Mail menu.
The name of the menu that you have chosen is shown at the top of the display (Mail).
<
Mail
Send
message
>
Use the L E F T or R I G H T arrow keys to scroll to the Send message function.
3. Press Y E S to select the function.
Display Text and Symbols
When you move through the menu system, the display changes. The following
hints can help you:
<
Menu
Settings
•
When arrows are displayed next to the name of a menu or function, there
>
are more options you can scroll through with the R IG H T /L E F T (arrow)
keys.
Settings
< Key Sound
(Click)
•
Text in brackets shows the current setting of the function shown in the dis-
>
play.
In this manual, we have chosen to exclude some of the details above in the
pictures of the displays. This is so that it will be easier for you understand the
display texts in the margins.
Below is an overview of the default menus.
NETWORK
06:01
<
Menu
Phone book >
<
Menu
Ring level
>
<
Menu
Mail
>
<
Menu
Info
>
<
Menu
Tools
>
<
Menu
Divert
>
<
Menu
Settings
>
<
Menu
Access
<
Menu
Networks
>
>
Using the Menu System
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Your Personal
Phone Book
You can create a personal phone book by storing phone numbers and accom-
panying names on the SIM card (SIM memory) and in the phone (phone memory). You use the Phone Book menu for storing and recalling all the phone
numbers in your personal phone book.
If you intend to use your phone abroad, you should store all the phone num-
bers as international numbers, that is with the (+) sign – which automatically
will be replaced by the international dialling prefix for the country you are
calling from – followed by the country code, then the area code and the phone
number.
Jenny Andersson
(4)
+461234567890
Every phone number that you store includes a position number, shown in
brackets.
You can store the phone numbers together with a name tag to make it easier
Janina Huss
( 4)
+451234567890
for you to keep track of your phone numbers. If the position number has a
phone icon next to it, this means that you are storing the phone number in the
phone memory and cannot take it with you if you change phones. The phone
memory can hold up to 99 phone numbers.
Note! In the Phone book menu, press # to enter the phone icon. Outside the
Phone book menu, you must press and hold # to enter it.
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Your Personal Phone Book
Entering Letters
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You can only enter letters when you are using the phone book and when you
are composing a short message (SMS), see “Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS)” on page 36.
Press the appropriate key, 1–9, 0 or #, repeatedly until the character you
want appears in the display.
Press…
to get…
1
Space - ? ! ‚ . : ; " ’ < = > ( ) 1
2
ABCÅÄÆàÇ2Γ
3
DEFèÉ3∆Φ
4
GHIÌ4
5
JKL5Λ
6
MNOÑÖØò6
7
PQRSß7ΠΣ
8
TUVÜù8
9
WXYZ 9
0
+&@/¤%$£¥§¿¡0Θ Ξ Ψ Ω
#
#*
For example
•
To enter an A, press 2 once.
•
To enter a B, press 2 twice.
To enter small letters
•
Enter the letter, for example an A, and then press *. An a appears. Small
letters now appear until you press * again.
To enter digits
•
Press and hold the number key.
Storing a Number Together with a Name
Store
12
Name:Jenny_
+1234567
1. Enter the area code and phone number you wish to store.
2. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Store, Y E S .
The first free memory position is suggested.
3. Enter the name tag that you want to associate with the number.
4. Press Y E S to store the name and number.
Storing in a Different Position than Suggested
After you have entered a name and phone number to be stored, you can
choose what position to store the number in.
Your Personal Phone Book
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To store in a position of your choice in the SIM memory:
Press R I G H T (repeatedly) until the suggested position number disappears.
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Then enter a position number of your choice. Press Y E S to store.
To store in the first empty position in the phone memory:
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Press R I G H T (repeatedly) until the suggested position number disappears.
Then press # twice, followed by Y E S .
To store in a position of your choice in the phone memory:
•
Press R I G H T (repeatedly) until the suggested position number disappears.
Press # once. Enter the position number, followed by Y E S .
Telephone Banking Services
If you use telephone banking services, you can store the phone number of
your banking service together with your personal code(s).You must insert a p
(pause) between the phone number and the code(s). You insert a p by pressing
and holding the * key. Usually, a # (hash) is required after each code. Talk to
your bank if you are in doubt about how to use # and p.
Note! It may be a risk to store your codes in case the phone is stolen.
To store a phone number together with code(s)
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Store, Y E S .
2. Enter the name that you want associated with the phone number and
Store
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Name:Bank
+123467890p2345
code(s).
3. Press Y E S .
4. Enter the phone number, followed by p and the code(s).
Press Y E S to store.
Overwrite Protection
If you try to store a phone number in a position which already contains a
phone number, the message Used Overwrite? appears in the display.
Store
Used
Overwrite?
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Then do one of the following:
To store in the selected position
•
Press Y E S to replace the number with the new one.
To store in a different position
1. Press N O .
2. Enter the new position number.
3. Press Y E S .
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If you try to store a phone number and the memory you want to store it in is
full, the phone suggests a position number in the memory that is not full.
When Both Memories are Full
If both memories are full, the phone does not suggest a storage position. If you
still want to store the number, you have to erase an old number by entering a
position that is already occupied and press Y E S .
Erasing a Storage Position from the SIM Memory
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Erase, Y E S .
2. Enter, or scroll to, the position number you want to erase.
3. Press Y E S .
Erasing a Storage Position from the Phone Memory
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Erase, Y E S .
2. Press #. The phone icon appears.
3. Enter, or scroll to, the position number you want to erase.
4. Press Y E S .
Note! If you choose Erase all from phone, all phone numbers that are stored with
the phone icon are lost.
Using the Phone Book
There are two ways of using the phone book: you can either call a number by
using the name tag stored with it; or you can call the number by using the
memory position that the number is stored in.
Calling Using the Name
1. Clear the display.
Name
recall
Name:Embla
2. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Name recall, Y E S .
3. Enter the name of the person you want to call, or scroll with the arrow
keys until you find it.
4. Press Y E S to call the number.
Shortcut to Name Recall
The digit keys 2–9 correspond to the first names that start with A, D, G, J. M,
P, T and W respectively. For example, press and hold down the 4 key to find
the first name that starts with a G. Then you can scroll with the arrow keys to
find the the name you are looking for. If there is no name stored under G, the
first name under H is displayed, and so on.
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Calling Using the Position
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1. Clear the display.
Position
recall
Position:
2. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Position recall, Y E S .
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3. Enter the position number you want to call, or scroll with the arrow keys
until you find it.
4. Press Y E S to call the number.
Speed Dialling (Memory Positions 1 - 9)
Note! Speed dialling can only be used when the phone is in standby.
1. Clear the display.
2. Enter the position number, 1– 9, and press Y E S .
Keeping the Phone Book Up to Date
Sometimes people change their names, their phone number or even both. To
get the best use out of your phone book, you want the names and numbers to
be correct. They are easily changed with the Edit Phone Book feature. If
someone has changed both name and number, it might be easier to overwrite
the old storage position with the new one, instead of changing both name and
number separately.
Changing a Phone Number in Your Phone Book
1. Clear the display.
Edit
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Name:Alfrd
+1234567_
2. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Edit, Y E S , Find name.
3. Enter the name and press Y E S .
4. Press R I G H T once to move the cursor to the row with the phone number.
5. Move the cursor with the arrow keys to where you want to change the
number.
6. Enter the new number or clear the display with C L R.
7. Press Y E S .
Changing a Name in Your Phone Book
1. Clear the display.
Edit
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Name:Alfre_d
+1234567
2. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Edit, Y E S , Find name.
3. Enter the name and press Y E S .
4. Press L E F T to move the cursor between the rows.
5. Change the name by entering or erasing letters.
6. Press Y E S .
Copying Phone Numbers between Memories
If you want to change SIM card or phone, it is a good idea to copy your phone
book from the SIM card to the phone memory or vice versa. Then you can
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fill up the phone book memories, you might want to move entries from one
memory to another.
Copying a Number from SIM Memory to Phone Memory
Copy card
From start
position:
12
Copy card
To start
position:
15
2. Enter the number of the first memory position in the SIM memory you
want to copy to the phone memory and press Y E S .
3. Enter the number of the first memory position in the phone memory you
want to copy to and press Y E S .
4. Press Y E S to copy.
Sveinn
Copy to
rPhone, Y E S .
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Copy, Y E S , Cardr
The next position in the SIM memory is displayed and the first empty
12
15?
position in the phone memory is suggested.
5. To continue copying, press one of the following:
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YES
•
NO
•
to copy.
to go to the next position in the SIM memory.
CLR
to copy to another position in the phone memory. Enter the
number of the position and press Y E S .
•
Arrow keys to move between positions in the SIM memory.
Interrupting Copying
•
Press C L R twice.
Copying a Number from Phone Memory to SIM Memory
Follow the instructions in “Copying a Number from SIM Memory to Phone
rCard option in the Phone book menu instead of
Memory”, but chose the Phoner
Cardr
rPhone.
Copying All Numbers from SIM Memory to Phone Memory
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Copy all, Y E S , Cardr
rPhone, Y E S .
2. Enter the number of the first position in the SIM memory you wish to copy
to the phone memory and press Y E S .
3. Enter the number of the first position in the phone memory you wish to
copy to and press Y E S .
4. Press Y E S to start copying.
Copying All Numbers from Phone Memory to SIM Memory
Follow the instructions in “Copying All Numbers from SIM Memory to
Phone Memory”, but choose the PhonerCard option in the Phone book menu
instead of CardrPhone.
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Using the Call List
The Call List
This chapter describes the Call List function, which is a type of telephone
number log or a memory that stores information (time, date, phone number
and name) about the last 30 incoming and outgoing calls. Once your list
exceeds 30 calls, the oldest one is deleted. You need to activate the Call List
function before any calls are stored in the list.
The numbers that you have dialled are always stored in the Call List.
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If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification (CLI) service
and the caller’s network sends the number, you will find the number (together
with a name if stored in your phone book) of an incoming call in the Call List.
You can call any of the stored numbers.
The following icons appear in the display together with the name and number.
The Call List stores:
Answered calls icon
appears next to the date or time of
answered calls
Missed calls icon
appears next to the date or time of
missed calls
Dialled numbers icon
appears next to the date or time of a
dialled number
All the calls are stored together in a chronological order. If the same number is
called more than once, the latest call replaces earlier ones. If you check a call
within 24 hours, the time of the call is displayed. Otherwise, the time is
replaced by the date. You can toggle between date and time by pressing *.
03-Jan-97
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>
If no information about the caller’s number was received, the display shows
Unknown, which means that no information was available, your subscription
does not support CLI, or the caller does not allow the number to be shown.
Note! If you change SIM cards or deactivate the Call List, it is cleared.
Dialled numbers remain in the SIM card memory though.
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Using the Call List
Turning the Call List On
Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call List, Y E S , On, Y E S .
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Calling a Number from the Call List
1. Scroll to Info, Y E S , Call List, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the number that you want to call.
3. Press Y E S to make the call.
Missed Calls
NETWORK
Calls:1
If you have missed a call, the phone shows Calls: 1, where the number 1 indi-
cates the number of unanswered/missed calls.
•
Press Y E S to go directly to the call list.
Erasing a Number from the Call List
1. When information about a call appears, press C L R . Erase? appears.
2. Press Y E S .
Shortcut to the Call List
•
Press Y E S when the phone is in standby mode.
You can now scroll within the list and make a call by pressing Y E S .
Turning the Call List Off
•
Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call List, Y E S , Off, Y E S .
Note! If you turn the Call List off, all stored entries are erased.
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Your Voice Mail Service
Note! Not all operators have this service. The service also depends on your
subscription.
NETWORK
Check?
The answering service of your network allows callers to leave a voice mes-
sage when you cannot answer your calls. When you receive a voice message,
you hear a signal and the message Check? appears in the display, together with
the voice mail indicator. The indicator light on the top of the phone flashes
green. If you have entered the number of your voice mail service, see below,
or the SIM card contains the number, you can press Y E S to listen to the voice
message. To read the message later, Press N O .
Note! All network do not inform you of a voice mail in the way described
above. Instead, they send a text message (SMS) asking you to call their
answering service.
Entering the Number of Your Voice Mail Service
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Set voice M., Y E S , New number, Y E S .
2. Enter the number of your voice mail service and press Y E S to store it.
Note! If the SIM card already contains the number of your operator’s voice
mail service, you do not have to enter it.
Turning Your Voice Mail Function On
•
Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Set voice M., Y E S , On, Y E S .
Calling Your Voice Mail Number
•
Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Voice mail, Y E S
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or press and hold down the 1 key when the phone is in standby.
Changing Your Voice Mail Number
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Set voice M., Y E S , New number, Y E S .
2. Enter your new voice mail number and press Y E S .
Turning Your Voice Mail Function Off
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Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Set voice M., Y E S , Off, Y E S .
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Personalizing
Your Phone
Your phone includes a number of functions which let you adapt your phone to
your own personal needs in different situations. Note that some of the func-
tions allow you to have one setting when the phone is handheld and another
when it is connected to handsfree equipment. See “Calling from Your Car” on
page 64.
Ring Signal Volume
You can set the volume in six steps. The first step means that two clicks will
be heard when you receive a call. You can also turn the ring signal off (0), or
choose a ring signal that rises in steps from the softest volume to the loudest.
Menu
< Ring level >
(nnnnnn
nnnnnn)
nnnnnn
<
Ring level
0nnnnnn
nnnnnn^>
nnnnnn
To set the ring signal volume
1. Scroll to Ring level, Y E S .
The ring signal volume appears in the display.
2. Use R I G H T to increase the volume, L E F T to decrease it.
The phone rings once with the actual setting as you increase the volume,
except for the Step (^)setting.
3. Press Y E S to save the setting.
Tip! Use the volume keys on the side of the phone to change the volume of the
ring signal silently.
Ring Signal Type
You can choose the type of ring signal from a list of different sounds and mel-
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Settings
Ring type
odies. You can also compose two melodies of your own by entering notes
>
with the keypad (see “Your Own Ring Signals” on page 32).
To choose one of the ring signal types
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Ring type, Y E S , Phone, Y E S .
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Ring type
Phone
(Mix)
2. Scroll until you find the ring signal type that you want.
>
If you do not wish to disturb other people, use the volume keys on the side
of the phone to scroll silently.
3. When you reach the ring type you want, select it by pressing Y E S .
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Different Ring Signals for Line 1 and Line 2
If you subscribe to the Alternate Line Service (ALS), L1 or L2, depending on
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the line in use, is displayed instead of Phone. This means that you can set different ring signals for the two lines.
Different Ring Signals for Speech, Data and Fax Calls
If you have turned the Data menus on (see “Sending and Receiving Faxes and
Data” on page 68), you can set different ring signals for speech (the display
shows Phone, L1 or L2), fax and data calls respectively.
Personal Ring Signals
If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification (CLI) service,
you can assign a personal ring signal to up to ten callers. In other words, you
can have one ring signal that corresponds to your home phone number, one to
your office, etc.
If the last seven digits of a caller’s number correspond to a number you have
specified, then that caller’s ring signal is used.
You can include Question marks (?) in a phone number. For example,
012345??? means that calls from phone numbers between 012345000 and
012345999 will have the same personal ring signal. To enter a ?, press #.
To specify a caller’s number and the accompanying ring signal
Personal
<No:_
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Ring type, Y E S , Personal, Y E S , Add new?, Y E S .
2. Enter the caller’s number and then press Y E S .
If a phone number is stored in the phone book, press L E F T to recall the
Personal
Tommy/Mobil
Own 3
number.
3. Scroll to ring signal type you want and then press Y E S .
To erase a caller’s number
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Ring type, Y E S , Personal, Y E S , Erase?, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the number you wish to erase and then press Y E S .
Your Own Ring Signals
You can compose two ring signals.
To compose a ring signal
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Edit melody, Y E S .
2. Select Own 1 or Own 2.
3. Press and hold C L R to clear the display.
4. Use the keypad to enter notes.
The keypad now works as a keyboard (see figure in margin):
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Press and hold a key to enter a long note.
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Press 0 to raise the note one octave.
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5. To listen to your melody, press Y E S .
6. Press Y E S again to save it or press N O to continue editing.
Vibrating unit
You can set the phone´s vibrating unit to Off, On all the time, or On when the
ring signal is turned off.
To set the vibrating unit
Settings
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Vibrate
>
(0n when silent)
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Vibrate, Y E S .
2. Select the desired setting.
Minute Minder
If you turn on the minute minder, you hear a beep once every minute during a
call.
Settings
< Min minder
(Off)
To turn the minute minder on/off
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Min minder, Y E S .
2. Select On or Off.
Message Signal
You can choose whether to hear clicks, tones or nothing (silent) when you
receive a text (SMS) or voice message.
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Settings
Mail alert
(Tone)
To set the message signal
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Mail alert, Y E S .
2. Select the sound you wish to hear.
Key Sound
You can choose whether to hear clicks, tones or nothing (silent) when you
press the keys.
To set the key sound
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Key sound
(Click)
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Key sound, Y E S .
2. Select the key sound you want.
Note! The sound of the volume keys on the side of the phone is also affected.
However, the only sound that is available is the click sound.
Display Light
You can set the display light to automatic, off or on. In automatic mode, the
display light is turned off automatically 10 seconds after you pressed the last
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key. It comes on again when you press a key, or when you receive a call or
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message
Settings
Light
(Auto)
To set the display light
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Light, Y E S .
2. Select the display light setting you want.
Display Language
Most modern SIM cards automatically set the display language to the lan-
guage of the country where you bought your SIM card. If this is not the case,
the default language is English.
To change the display language
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Settings
Language
(Auto)
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Language, Y E S .
2. Select the language you want.
Note! If by accident you end up with your phone displaying a language you do
not understand, you can return to English by pressing C L R, L E F T , 0 000,
RIGHT.
Phone Number Display
This function lets you check your phone number. If the number cannot be
retrieved from your SIM card, you can enter it yourself.
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Phone no
()
To enter your phone number
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Phone no, Y E S , Phone no, Y E S .
2. Enter the number and then press Y E S .
Tip! If your SIM card allows it, you can also enter your fax and/or data
number. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Phone no, Y E S . Then scroll to Fax no or Data no,
YES.
Enter the number and then press Y E S .
Time
The time is always displayed when the phone is in standby mode.
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Settings
Clock/Date
To set the time format
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Clock/Date, Y E S , Set clock, Y E S .
2. Select the 24-hour or 12-hour (am/pm) clock.
To set the clock
3. Enter the time in hours and minutes.
If you selected the 12-hour clock, you can alternate between am and pm by
pressing #.
4. Press Y E S .
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Date
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When the phone is in standby mode, you can press a volume key to see
today’s date.
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Settings
Clock/Date
To set the date format
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Clock/Date, Y E S , Set date, Y E S .
2. Select the date format you want.
To set the date
3. Enter the year (two digits) and then press Y E S .
4. Enter the month and day in the same way.
Auto Store
You can choose to let the phone ask you if you want to store a called or
incoming phone number that is not stored in your phone book. The phone then
asks Store? when the call ended.
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Settings
Auto Store
(Off)
To turn the function on /off
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Auto Store, Y E S .
2. Select On or Off.
Reset
You can reset some settings to their default values. If you do so, the following
settings are affected:
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Settings
Master
reset
•
all settings in the Settings menu, except your own ring signal melodies,
•
the ring signal volume,
•
the earpiece volume and the handsfree speaker volume,
•
the alarm function in the Tools menu is turned off,
•
the Area info in the Mail menu is turned off.
To reset the phone
>
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Master reset, Y E S .
2. Enter the phone lock code (the default code is 0000) and press Y E S .
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Sending and Receiving
Text Messages (SMS)
The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send and receive text messages consisting of up to 160 characters.
You can receive text messages when the phone is in standby mode, during a
call or when incoming calls are diverted to another phone number.
If your SIM card does not contain the phone number to your network service
centre, you must specify the number yourself. Otherwise you cannot reply to
messages received or send your own messages. See “Enabling the Phone to
Send SMS” on page 37.
Note! The Short Message Service may not be available on all networks. Some
network operators may only allow SMS to be sent within their own network.
Receiving a Message
NewMessage
When you receive a message, you hear a signal and the display indicates that
Read now?
you have a new message. The indicator light on the top of the phone rapidly
flashes green.
Note! All networks do not send an audible signal.
To read the message now
1. Press Y E S when you see the Read now? prompt.
The display shows the status of the message (New) and when it was
New
12:15
From: 123456
received. If your network supports Calling Line Identification, the
sender’s number is displayed. If the sender’s number and name is stored in
the phone book, his or her name is shown instead.
2. Press Y E S and scroll through the message using the arrow keys. R I G H T
takes you forwards and L E F T takes you backwards through the message.
To go to the end of the message, press and hold R I G H T .
The prompt Reply? appears after the last line of the message. If the sender
wants you to reply, the displayed message will read Requested reply Reply?
provided that your network supports this. See “Replying to a Message” on
page 37
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Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS)
To read the message later
Press NO when you see the Read now? prompt.
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The message is stored in the message memory as New and the envelope
Network
12:15
icon appears at the bottom of the standby display.
Reading a Stored Message
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Read messages, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the message you are looking for.
New means an unread message.
New
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From: 123456
Old means a read message.
Sent means a message that you have sent yourself.
To Send means a message you have written, but not sent
If a message is stored on the SIM card, it is identified by a SIM Card icon.
3. Press Y E S .
4. Read the message as described in “Receiving a Message” on page 36.
To call a phone number found in a message
•
Press Y E S when the number is displayed.
Enabling the Phone to Send SMS
If you want to send or reply to a message, you need to make sure that the
service centre number is set. Most modern SIM cards already contain this
information at the time of purchase. You can obtain the service centre address
from your network operator.
To set the service centre address
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1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Serv cent, Y E S .
Options
Serv cent
(1234567)
>
2. If no number appears in the display, enter the number of the service centre,
including the international prefix, and press Y E S .
3. Press C L R to return to standby mode.
Your phone is now ready to send text messages.
Replying to a Message
1. Scroll to the end of the message.
The Reply? prompt appears.
2. Press Y E S .
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3. Press Y E S and proceed as described in “Composing a Text Message” on
page 40.
If you do not want to reply
•
Press N O at the Reply? prompt.
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Erasing a Message
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1. Scroll to the end of the message.
The Reply? prompt appears.
2. Press N O .
The message Erase? appears.
3. To erase the message from the message memory, press Y E S .
The next message automatically appears in the message list.
Tip! You can press and hold C L R anywhere within the menu that handles
your message to erase it. When Erase? appears, press Y E S .
Storing Incoming Messages
Network
12:15
If you do not want to read an incoming message at once, it is automatically
stored in the message memory in the phone. This allows you to read it later. If
there are any unread messages in the message memory, the envelope icon
appears at the bottom of the standby display. The message is stored in the
message memory as New.
The message memory can hold up to 10 messages. When all memory posi-
tions are full, the oldest read message is overwritten when a new message is
received.
If the message memory becomes full with unread messages, new messages are
automatically stored in the SIM card memory.
Messages remain in the message memory until you erase them (see “Erasing a
Message” on page 38), until you insert a different SIM card, or until the telephone needs the memory space to store new messages.
The SIM Card Memory
You can store important messages in a memory on your SIM card. This means
that you can find them no matter which phone you use. Messages that are
saved in the SIM card memory remain there until you erase them. The maximum number that you can store depends on your SIM card.
If the SIM card memory becomes full, the envelope icon starts flashing. The
text Not stored Mem full appears. You will have to erase one or more messages,
before you can store any new messages in the SIM card memory.
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Storing a received message in the SIM card memory
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1. Scroll to the end of the message.
The Reply? prompt appears.
2. Press N O .
The Erase? prompt appears.
3. Press N O .
The Store? prompt appears.
4. Press Y E S .
The message automatically moves from the message memory to the SIM
Stored
on card
3(15)
card memory.
The display now shows the position of the message. For example, if it is
the third of fifteen that the phone can store.
Tip! You can also store messages you have composed yourself on the SIM
card. See “Own Messages” on page 41.
Enhancing Your Text Messages
Before you send your message, you can set the type of message, the duration
of repetitions, and if you want to have a reply to your messages.
Message Type
Your phone can send other types of messages. Your network operator’s service centre may offer the facility to convert a text message into a format
(e-mail, fax, telex, etc.) that suits the equipment that is going to receive the
message. Check with your network operator to find out which message types
you can use and how.
To change message types
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Msg type, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the format that you want and press Y E S .
Repetition of Message
If your message cannot be delivered because the receiver is not within reach
of a network, you can instruct your Service Centre to repeat the message for a
certain length of time.
To set repetition of a message
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Valid per, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the time span that you want and press Y E S .
Reply to Messages
Sometimes you may want the receiver of your message to reply. If so, you
need to set the Reply requested.
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Options
Reply Req
(Off)
To set the Reply requested
>
•
Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Reply Req, Y E S .
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<
Composing a Text Message
For more information on how to enter text, see “Your Personal Phone Book”
on page 22.
Checking the First Characters You Have Entered
•
Press L E F T until you reach the characters you want to view.
Editing the Written Text
•
Scroll through the message text with the arrow keys and erase characters
•
Press 1 to insert a space.
•
To go to the end of the message, press and hold R I G H T .
to the left of the cursor using C L R , or insert characters above the cursor.
Note! If there is a pause of more than 120 seconds between entering characters, the message is stored and the phone returns to the standby menu.
Sending a New Text Message
_
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Send message, Y E S , New, Y E S .
An empty display appears.
2. Enter your message. (See “Composing a Text Message” on page 40).
3. When you have completed your message, press Y E S .
You are now prompted to enter the receiver’s phone number.
To send the message immediately
4. Enter the receiver’s phone number or recall it from the phone book. To
access the Phone book menu, press L E F T . Scroll through the phone book
using the R IG H T and L E F T key.
5. Press Y E S .
To store the message for later use
•
Instead of entering a phone number, press N O . The message is now stored
in the message memory. The message is labelled To send instead of Sent.
Note! The same procedure is used with all types of messages, for example
e-mail or fax. Check with your network operator to find out which message
types you can use. You have to change the message type first.ed
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Sending a Stored Message
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1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Send message, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the stored message you wish to send and press Y E S .
3. Now you can edit your message. When you are finished, press Y E S .
4. Enter the receiver’s phone number (or recall it from the phone book).
5. To send the message, press Y E S .
Own Messages
You can store up to ten standard messages, to be re-used whenever you want.
The messages must not exceed 30 characters.
Send message
Own
< Messages >
Creating an Own Message
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Send message, Y E S , Own messages, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the end of the message list. The phone prompts: New.
3. Press Y E S .
4. Enter the message, see “Composing a Text Message” on page 40, and
press Y E S . The phone prompts Store?
5. Press Y E S .
Sending an Own Message
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Send message, Y E S , Own messages, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the message you wish to send and press Y E S .
3. Press Y E S to send the message, see “Sending a New Text Message” on
page 40.
Deleting an Own Message
1. Scroll to the message you wish to delete, then press and hold C L R .
The phone asks Delete Own 1?
2. Press Y E S .
Area Information
The ordinary Short Message Service is a personal service that carries your private messages. Area Information (AI) is a text message which is broadcast to
all subscribers in a certain network cell at the same time. For example, the
information may be a local road report or a local taxi phone number.
Note! This feature may not be available on all networks.
Turning Area Information On
•
Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Area info, Y E S , On, Y E S .
Turning Area Information Off
•
Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Area info, Y E S , Off, Y E S .
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Each type of Area Information message is identified by a three-digit code. At
present, the following message types exist:
Code:
AI Message Type:
000
Index
010
News flashes
020
Hospitals
022
Doctors
024
Pharmacy
030
Long-distance road reports
032
Local road reports
034
Taxis
040
Weather
050
District (base station identity)
052
Network information
054
Operator services
056
Directory enquiries (national)
057
Directory enquiries (international)
058
Customer care (national)
059
Customer care (international)
Note! These codes are operator dependent. For information about the AI services you can use, please refer to the information supplied by your network
operator.
Area Information Message List
You can decide which types of area information messages you wish to
receive. The number of area codes that can be stored depends on the size of
the SIM card’s Area Info list. If the SIM card does not have an area info list,
the phone itself will store up to 32 codes.
To insert an area information code
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Area info, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S .
The number to the left indicates the position in the list. You can scroll forwards and backwards through the list with the arrow keys.
2. To insert a code, scroll to the first empty position, using the arrow keys
and press Y E S .
3. Enter the new code. (You only need to enter 40 for 040, since the phone
adds the leading zero automatically.)
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To erase or replace a code
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1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Area info, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the code you wish to erase/replace and press Y E S .
3. To erase, scroll to Erase? and press Y E S .
To replace, scroll to Chg code? and press Y E S . Enter the new code and
press Y E S .
Receiving an Area Message
When you receive Area information, the message is stored in the phone memory. Provided Area info is turned on, you can read the messages via the Area
messages function in the Mail menu.
To read an area message
1. Scroll to Mail, Y E S , Area messages, Y E S .
2. Scroll from one message to another.
3. To select a message, press Y E S .
Note! The phone only stores one message per code. This means that the message stored previously in a specific code will be overwritten.
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Diverting Incoming Calls
If you want to make certain that your incoming calls are correctly handled
when you are unable to answer them, you can use the Call Divert service to
divert them to another phone number.
Note! The Call Divert service may not be available on all networks.
The Call Divert service lets you:
•
divert calls if you are already on the phone, On busy.
•
divert calls that you do not answer within a specified time limit (operator
dependent), No reply.
•
divert calls if your phone is turned off or if you are unreachable, Unreach-
able.
You may use any combination of the above.
You may also:
•
divert all incoming calls, All calls. A divert indicator in the shape of an
arrow is shown in the display. If you activate the All calls divert, all other
diverts become temporarily inactive. They are activated again when you
cancel the All calls divert.
Tip! If you subscribe to the Alternate Line Service (ALS), you can set different
Call Diverts for the two lines, i.e. Line 1 and Line 2.
Activating Call Diverts
1. Scroll to Divert, Y E S .
<
All calls
Activate
2. Select the divert you want (All calls, On busy, No reply or Unreachable).
>
3. Select Activate.
4. Enter the phone number, including the area code, to which you want your
calls to be diverted and then press Y E S .
Tip! If the phone number is stored in the phone book, you do not need to enter
it. Press L E F T and then recall the number.
Checking the Divert Status
To check the status of a certain call divert
1. Scroll to Divert, Y E S .
2. Select the divert you want.
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3. Select Get status.
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message which informs you
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<
All calls
Get status
>
whether the call divert is activated or not.
To check the status of all call diverts
<
Divert
Check all
•
>
Scroll to Divert, Y E S , Check all, Y E S .
The message Please wait appears, followed by information about all call
diverts, i.e. whether they are activated or not.
Cancelling Call Diverts
To cancel a certain call divert
1. Scroll to Divert, Y E S .
2. Select the divert you want.
<
No reply
Cancel
>
3. Select Cancel.
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message which informs you
that the call divert has been cancelled.
To cancel all call diverts
<
Divert
Cancel all
•
>
Scroll to Divert, Y E S , Cancel all, Y E S .
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message which informs you
that all call diverts have been cancelled.
Diverting Fax Calls
If you have turned the Data menus on (see “Activating the Data Menus” on
page 68), you can set call diverts for your phone calls and fax calls individually.
For fax numbers, there are only two divert alternatives:
•
All calls
•
Unanswered (includes On busy, No reply and Unreachable).
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Security for Your Phone
and Subscription
There are several ways to protect your phone and subscription from unauthorized use. Anything from a simple keypad lock to full phone number control.
Keypad Lock
The Keypad Lock helps you to avoid accidental dialling, which can happen if
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you keep your phone in your pocket. An icon in the shape of a key in the display informs you that the keypad is locked.
The keypad lock is automatic. This means that if you do not press a key within
25 seconds, the keypad is locked.
Note! Calls to the international emergency number 112 can be made when the
keypad is locked. If the phone alarm rings, you can turn it off by pressing any
key.
The keypad remains locked until you:
•
answer an incoming call
•
replace the battery
•
unlock the keypad
Note! The keylock is always disabled if the phone is connected to vehicle
handsfree equipment.
<
Settings
Keylock
(Off)
To activate the automatic keylock
>
•
Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Keylock, Y E S , Auto, Y E S .
To cancel the automatic keylock
•
Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Keylock, Y E S , Off, Y E S .
Unlocking the keypad
•
Press L E F T followed by Y E S .
The SIM Card Lock
The SIM card lock only protects your subscription and not your phone itself
from unauthorized use. If you change SIM card, the phone still works with the
new SIM card.
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Some SIM cards are protected with a PIN (Personal Identity Number) at the
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time of purchase. If the SIM card lock is activated, you have to enter the PIN
PIN
Blocked.
Unblock?
every time you turn on your phone. If you enter your PIN incorrectly three
times in a row, the SIM card is blocked. This is indicated by the message
PIN Blocked. Unblock? If this happens you need to unlock it to access your sub-
scription.
Unblocking Your SIM Card
1. Press Y E S .
2. Enter your PUK (or PUK2) which you will find in the information from
your network operator.
3. Enter a new four- to eight-digit PIN (or PIN2).
4. Press Y E S .
5. Re-enter the new PIN (or PIN2) to confirm.
6. Press Y E S .
Note! If you enter the wrong PUK ten times in a row, your card is perma-
nently blocked. If this happens, you should contact your network operator.
Changing PIN
Enter
old PIN
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Change PIN code, Y E S .
2. Enter your old (current) PIN and press Y E S .
3. Enter your new PIN and press Y E S .
The phone asks you to repeat the PIN.
4. Enter your new PIN a second time and press Y E S .
The PIN is now changed.
Note! If the message Matching error appears, this means you entered the new
PIN incorrectly. If the message Wrong PIN appears, followed by Enter Old PIN, you
entered your old PIN incorrectly.
Changing PIN 2
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Change PIN2 code, Y E S .
2. Follow the same procedure as described in “Changing PIN” above.
Activating the SIM Card Lock
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Lock card, Y E S .
2. Enter your PIN and press Y E S .
The message Locked confirms that the card lock is now activated.
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Cancelling the SIM Card Lock
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1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Unlock card, Y E S .
2. Enter your PIN and press Y E S .
The message Unlocked confirms that the card lock is now cancelled.
Note! This only works if your SIM card allows you to cancel the card lock.
Phone Lock
The phone lock protects the phone against unauthorized use if it is stolen. It is
not activated when you buy the phone. You can change the default security
code 0000 to any three- to eight-digit personalized code.
Warning! Do not use the emergency numbers 112 or 999 as your security
code. If you do, you will not be able to unlock the phone. Instead, a call will be
made to the emergency number.
The phone lock security code is also used to reset the phone (master reset).
See “Reset” on page 35
The phone lock has two levels: Full Lock and Autolock.
Full Lock
If the Full Lock is activated, you briefly see the message Phone locked, each
time you turn on the phone. The message is followed by the prompt Enter lock
code. You then have to enter your code followed by Y E S to use it.
Autolock
If the Autolock is activated, the message Phone locked and the prompt Enter lock
code do not appear until a different SIM card is inserted in the phone. After the
security code has been entered correctly, the phone can be used with the new
SIM card. You are not asked to enter the security code until the original SIM
card or a different SIM card is inserted.
To change the security code
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Phone lock, Y E S , Change code, Y E S .
2. Follow the steps described in “Changing PIN” on page 47.
To activate/cancel the phone lock
<
Access
Phone lock >
(Unlocked)
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Phone lock, Y E S .
The current setting is shown in brackets.
2. Select the setting you want.
3. Enter the security code and press Y E S .
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The new lock status is displayed.
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Call Barring
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The Call Barring service allows you to bar different types of outgoing and
incoming calls.
Note! This service may not be available on all networks or may require a separate subscription.
The following calls can be barred:
•
all outgoing calls
•
all outgoing international calls
•
all outgoing international calls except to your home country
•
all incoming calls
•
all incoming calls when you are abroad (when roaming)
To make sure that a call bar is not changed by someone else, you need a password, which comes with your subscription, to activate or cancel a call bar.
You can change the password as often as you like
Changing the Call Barring Status
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Barring, Y E S .
<
Barring
All outgoing >
calls
2. Scroll to the option you want and press Y E S .
You have three options:
•
Activate sets a call bar
•
Get status lets you check the status of a call bar
•
Cancel cancels the call bar
3. Confirm your selection by pressing Y E S .
4. Enter your password and press Y E S .
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message which informs you
whether the call bar is activated or not.
Note! If you divert incoming calls (see “Diverting Incoming Calls” on
page 44), you cannot activate some barring options. Likewise, if you bar calls,
you cannot activate some call divert options.
Cancelling All Call Bars
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Barring, Y E S , Cancel all, Y E S .
<
Barring
Cancel all
2. Enter your password and press Y E S .
>
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message confirming that all
call bars are cancelled.
Changing the Password
<
Barring
Change
password
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Barring, Y E S , Change password, Y E S .
>
2. Enter the old (current) password and press Y E S .
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3. Enter the new password and press Y E S .
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4. Enter the new password a second time and press Y E S .
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message confirming that the
password has been changed.
Fixed Dialling
Fixed Dialling is a way of restricting outgoing calls. It requires a SIM card
that allows fixed numbers to be stored. The fixed numbers are protected by
your PIN2. How many numbers you can store depends on your SIM card.
The Fixed Dialling function allows calls to be made only to fixed numbers
stored on the SIM card. If an attempt is made to call other numbers, the message Number not permitted appears in the display.
It is possible to store partial numbers, for example an area code, or an area
code followed by the first digits common to several numbers. Storing
0123456 allows calls to be made to numbers from 012345600 to 012345699.
Numbers beginning with the international prefix (+) and country code can
also be stored, allowing you to make calls abroad.
Numbers which include question marks can be stored. For example, storing
0123456?0 allows calls to be made to numbers from 012345600 to
012345690. To enter a question mark, press and hold #.
The Fixed Dialling function does not prohibit calls to the international emer-
gency number 112 and the Service Centre of your network operator. Network
services such as Call Divert and Call Barring cannot be used.
Activating Fixed Dialling
<
Access
Fixed dial
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Fixed dial, Y E S .
>
2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
3. Select On.
Cancelling Fixed Dialling
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Fixed dial, Y E S .
2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
3. Select Off.
Storing Fixed Numbers
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Fixed numbers, Y E S , Store, Y E S .
2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
3. Enter the name (optional) and the fixed number in the same way as when
storing an ordinary phone number.
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Editing a Stored Fixed Number
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1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Fixed numbers, Y E S , Edit, Y E S .
2. After you enter your PIN2, you can change the position number, the name
or the fixed number in the same way as with an ordinary phone number.
Deleting a Stored Fixed Number
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Fixed numbers, Y E S , Edit, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the fixed number you want to delete.
3. Press and hold C L R .
4. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S . Erase? appears.
5. Press Y E S .
Closed User Groups
The Closed User Groups (CUG) function is a way of lowering call costs. It
depends entirely on your operator and subscription. Not all networks support
the function.
You can place your most frequently called numbers in groups. On some net-
works it is cheaper to make calls within a call group. You can also make sure
that certain groups can only be called from work, home etc. This also makes it
difficult for somebody else to use your phone for international calls. You can
have a maximum of 10 groups.
Selecting a User Group
Closed calls
< Select grp >
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Closed calls, Y E S , Select grp, Y E S .
2. Select the group you want.
Calls can only be made within the selected user group.
Calling Outside Closed User Groups
Closed calls
< Open calls >
You can decide whether outgoing calls to a non-CUG number are allowed.
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Closed calls, Y E S , Open calls, Y E S .
2. Select Allowed or Not Allowed.
Adding a Name to the CUG List
Edit
<
3
Add new? _ >
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Closed calls, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the group that you want to edit and press Y E S .
3. Scroll to an empty position. The phone asks you Add new? Press Y E S .
4. Enter a name. See “Your Personal Phone Book” on page 22.
5. Press Y E S .
Erasing a Position from the CUG List
Erase
<
Family
Erase?
2
>
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Closed calls, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the group that you want to edit and press Y E S .
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3. Scroll to the position that you want to erase and press C L R .
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4. The phone asks you Erase?
5. Press Y E S .
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Handling More than One
Call Simultaneously
Your phone allows you to handle more than one call simultaneously. This
means that you can put a call that is in progress on hold, while you make or
answer a second call, and then switch between the two calls.
You may also set up a Conference Call to have a joint conversation with up
to five people. You may put an individual or a group of conference members
on hold while you add other people to the conference call. You may also put
conference members on hold while you talk to someone privately. See “Conference Calls” on page 55.
Call Waiting Service
If you wish to be able to receive a second call, while another call is in
progress, you must activate the Call Waiting service.
Note! The Call Waiting service may not be available on all networks.
To activate the Call Waiting service
<
Call waiting
Activate >
•
Scroll to Access, Y E S , Call Waiting, Y E S , Activate, Y E S .
There may be a short delay before the network responds. In the meantime,
the message Please wait is displayed. This is followed by the message
Call Waiting ON.
<
Call waiting
Cancel
>
<
Call waiting
Get status >
To cancel the Call Waiting service
•
Scroll to Access, Y E S , Call Waiting, Y E S , Cancel, Y E S .
To check whether the Call Waiting service is activated or not
•
Scroll to Access, Y E S , Call Waiting, Y E S , Get status, Y E S .
Making a Second Call while a Call Is in Progress
1 on hold
1. Put the current call on hold by pressing Y E S .
2. Enter the number you wish to call and press Y E S
Tip! If the phone number is stored in the phone book, you do not need to
enter it. Press L E F T twice and then recall the number.
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Receiving a Second Call while a Call Is
in Progress
If the Call Waiting service is activated, you will hear a tone in the earpiece if
<
Answer?
>
you receive a second call. The question Answer? appears in the display.
You can do one of the following:
Put the Current Call On Hold and Answer the Waiting Call
•
1 on hold
Press Y E S .
The message 1 on hold appears.
Continue the Current Call and Reject the Waiting Call
•
Press N O .
You can also:
1. Press L E F T .
<
Busy?
>
The question Busy? appears.
2. Press Y E S .
The waiting call is rejected. If the caller’s network supports it, the caller will
hear a busy tone.
Note! If Divert On busy is activated, the waiting call is diverted to the number
you have specified.
End the Current Call and Answer the Waiting Call
Release and
<
answer? >
1. Press L E F T repeatedly until the question Release and answer? appears.
2. Press Y E S .
When One Call Is Active and One Call Is on Hold
When you have one active call and one on hold, you can do one of the following:
Switch between the Two Calls
•
Press Y E S .
End the Active Call and Return to the Call On hold
Handle calls
Release
<
active?
>
Handle calls
Release
<
all calls? >
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1. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
2. Scroll to Release active? and then press Y E S .
End Both Calls
1. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
2. Scroll to Release all calls? and then press Y E S .
Handling More than One Call Simultaneously
Connect the Two Calls (Call Transfer)
Handle calls
Transfer
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1. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
2. Scroll to Transfer call? and then press Y E S .
The two calls are now connected to each other, and you are disconnected
from both calls.
Note! The Call Transfer service may not be available on all networks.
Join the Two Calls into a Conference Call
<
Handle calls
Join
>
calls?
1. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
2. Scroll to Join calls? and then press Y E S .
See “Conference Calls” on page 55.
Receiving a Third Call
Release and
<
answer? >
If the Call Waiting service is activated, you may receive a third call when you
have one active call and a second call on hold. You hear a tone in the earpiece
and the question Release and answer? appears in the display.
You can do one of the following:
End the Current Call and Accept the Waiting Call
•
Press Y E S .
The waiting call becomes active and the call on hold remains on hold.
Reject the Waiting Call
<
Busy?
>
•
Scroll to Busy? using L E F T and then press Y E S .
The third call is rejected. Provided the caller’s network supports this function, the caller will hear a busy tone.
Note! If Divert On busy is activated, the waiting call is diverted to the number
you have specified.
Conference Calls
Note! The Conference Call service may not be available on all networks.
Creating a Conference Call
To create a conference call, you must have one active call and one call
on hold.
<
Handle calls
Join
>
calls?
To join the two calls into a conference call
1. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
2. Scroll to Join calls? and then press Y E S .
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You can put the conference group on hold and then add new participants.
To add a new participant
1. Press Y E S to put the conference group on hold.
Conf held
2. Call the third person you wish to include in the conference group.
3. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
Handle calls
<
Join
>
calls?
4. Scroll to Join calls? and then press Y E S .
You can include up to five participants in the conference group by repeating
steps 1 to 4 above.
To review the participants in the conference group
Handle Calls
< Conference >
participants
Conf parts
<1:
>
Anderson
1. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
2. Scroll to Conference participants and then press Y E S .
3. The first participant’s phone number is displayed. If the participant’s
number and name is stored in the phone book, the name is displayed
instead.
4. Scroll with R I G H T to see the other participants’ numbers (names).
Having a Private Conversation with One of the Participants
If you wish to have a private conversation with one of the participants, you
can extract that participant from the conference and put the other participants
on hold.
To extract a participant
Handle calls
<
Extract? >
01234567890
1. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
2. Scroll to the participant you wish to extract and then press Y E S .
To rejoin the participant to the conference group
Handle calls
<
Join
>
calls?
1. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
2. Scroll to Join calls? and then press Y E S .
Releasing Participants from the Conference Group
You can release participants from the conference group, one by one.
To release a participant
Handle calls
<
Release? >
01234567890
1. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
2. Scroll to the participant you wish to release and then press Y E S .
Making a Call while a Conference Call Is in Progress
You can put the conference group on hold and make another call. You can
then switch between the new call and the conference call.
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1. To put the conference group on hold, press Y E S .
Conf held
2. Enter the number you wish to call and press Y E S .
To switch between the new call and the conference group
•
Press Y E S .
To end the new call and return to the conference group
1. Put the conference group on hold.
<
Handle calls
Release
>
active?
2. Press L E F T followed by Y E S to select the Handle calls menu.
3. Scroll to Release active? and then press Y E S .
Ending the Conference Call
•
Press N O .
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Setting Network
Preferences
Searching for Networks
When you turn on the phone, it searches for the last accessed network. If this
is not within range, you may use another network, provided your home network has an agreement that allows you to do so. This is called roaming.
The order of preference in which the phone selects a network is determined by
a list of preferred networks on your SIM card.
The Networks menu includes a number of functions that let you determine
how the phone searches for a network. You may also select a network yourself
from those within range.
Selecting a New Network
<
Menu
Networks
1. Scroll to Networks, Y E S , Select net, Y E S .
>
2. The message Please Wait is displayed briefly. The display then shows either:
•
the name of a network, followed by the message Current, Preferred,
Available or Forbidden. For an explanation of the message, see the table
below.
Instead of the full name of a country and a network, an abbreviation is
displayed. To see the full name of a network, press *.
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the message No network. There is no network within range.
3. If there is more than one network within range, you can scroll through the
network names and choose the network you want by pressing Y E S
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Message
Meaning
Current
The network is currently being used.
Home
Your home network is within range. You can
select it.
Preferred
The name of the network is included in a list of
preferred networks on your SIM card. You can
select this network.
Setting Network Preferences
Meaning
Forbidden
The name of the network is included in a list of forbidden networks on your SIM card. You can normally not select this network. See “List of Forbidden
Networks” below.
Available
The name of the network is not included in the preferred or forbidden list on your SIM card. You can
select this network, but you might not be able to
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Message
Starting an Automatic Network Search
Networks
< New search >
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Scroll to Networks, Y E S , New search, Y E S .
The phone automatically starts searching for a network according to the
list of preferred networks stored on your SIM card.
List of Forbidden Networks
The names of the forbidden networks are stored on your SIM card. If such a
forbidden network is within range, it is left out when the phone searches for a
network (automatic search mode).
If your home network and a forbidden network come to an agreement that
allows you to use the forbidden network, you can select this network even
though the message Forbidden is displayed.
List of Preferred Networks
You can create a list that defines in which order your phone will select a network during automatic network selection, when your home network is not
within range.
The number of networks that can be stored in the list depends on your SIM
card.
The Edit list function lets you review the networks in the list. Apart from
rearranging the order of the networks, you can add new networks to the list
and delete networks from it.
Reviewing the List of Networks
1. Scroll to Networks, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S .
2. The name of the first network is displayed.
3. Scroll through the networks in the list.
Tip! To see a network’s full name, press *.
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Adding a Network to the List
1. Scroll to Networks, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S .
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<
Edit list
Network
1
>
2. Scroll to the first free position in the list and press Y E S .
The Add net? prompt appears.
Edit list
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If you scroll to a position that is already occupied, press Y E S and then
Add net?
scroll with the arrow keys until Add net? appears.
3. Press Y E S and scroll with the arrow keys until you find the network that
you want. If the desired network does not appear, press Y E S when the
question Other? appears.
4. Enter the three-digit country number and the two-digit network number.
5. Press Y E S to add the network to the list.
Erasing a Network from the List
<
Edit list
Network
1
1. Scroll to Networks, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S .
>
2. Scroll to the network you wish to erase and press Y E S .
3. Scroll to Erase, Y E S .
Re-arranging the List
1. Scroll to Networks, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S .
Edit list
Network
New pos:
2. Scroll to the network you wish to move and press Y E S .
4
_
Move is displayed.
3. Press Y E S and enter the new position within the list.
Search Modes
When you turn on your phone, it searches for a network. This can be done in
two different ways, depending on the search mode that is activated. Automatic
search mode is usually the default.
Automatic search mode means that your phone searches for the last accessed
network first. If this is not available, it automatically searches for another
available network within range.
Manual search mode means that your phone searches for the last accessed network first. If this is not available, the question Select net? appears.
•
Networks
< Search mode >
(Manual)
Select a network as described in “Selecting a New Network” on page 58.
Activating Automatic Search Mode
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Scroll to Networks, Y E S , Search mode, Y E S , Auto, Y E S .
Activating Manual Search Mode
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Scroll to Networks, Y E S , Search mode, Y E S , Manual, Y E S .
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Knowing the Call Time/
Call Cost
Call Information
The display shows the duration of a call in progress. When you end the call,
the call duration information is shown for another five seconds. If your network and SIM card support this feature, you can have the call cost (or the
number of call units) displayed.
Settings
<
Call info
>
(Time: Outg.)
To select the call information you want
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call info, Y E S .
2. Select Time: Outg, Time: All or Cost.
Time or Cost of the Last Call
<
Info
Last call
3:40
To check the time/cost of the last call
>
1. Scroll to Info, Y E S , Last call.
2. Depending on the setting in the Call info function in the Settings menu,
you can now check:
•
how long your last call was (Time: Outg or Time: All)
•
the cost (or the number of call units) of the last call (Cost).
Total Call Time or Call Cost
<
Info
Tot calls
48:16
To check the total call time or call cost
>
1. Scroll to Info, Y E S , Tot calls.
2. Depending on the setting in the Call info function in the Settings menu,
you can check:
•
the total time of all outgoing calls (Time: Outg)
•
the total time of all calls (Time: All)
•
the cost (or the number of call units) of all calls (Cost)
To reset the total call time/cost counter
•
Scroll to Info, Y E S , Tot calls, Y E S , Reset?, Y E S .
Note! If you have chosen the call cost option, you must enter your PIN2 to
reset the counter.
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If you select the Cost option in the Call info function in the Settings menu, the
Price function appears in the Info menu. However, to be able to use the Price
function, both your network and your SIM card must support it.
The Price function lets you enter and vary the price per call unit. The price
entered is stored on your SIM card.
Note! If you do not specify a price per call unit, the number of call units will
be displayed during a call, and in the Last call and Tot calls functions.
<
Info
Price
Units
To enter the price per call unit
>
1. Scroll to Info, Y E S , Price, Y E S , New price, Y E S .
2. Enter the code for the currency you want, for example GBP or £ for pound
sterling, and then press Y E S .
3. Enter the price per call unit, for example 0.75, and press Y E S . To enter the
decimal point, press #.
4. Enter your PIN2 and then press Y E S . (The PIN2 prompt may not appear in
some networks.)
To revert to call units
1. Scroll to Info, Y E S , Price, Y E S , Units, Y E S .
2. Enter your PIN2 and then press Y E S .
Credit Limit for Calls
If both your network and SIM card support this feature, you can enter a total
amount of money that can be used for making calls. This could be useful when
you lend your phone to someone, for example, and do not want their call costs
to exceed an amount specified by you. After a call is made, the cost is
deducted from this amount. When the amount reaches zero, no more calls can
be made.
<
Info
Credit
Unlimited
To set the credit limit
>
1. Scroll to Info, Y E S , Credit, Y E S , New credit, Y E S .
2. Enter the amount, for example 30 pounds, and then press Y E S .
3. Enter your PIN2 and then press Y E S .
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Using Two Voice Lines
Note! This service may not be available on all networks and may require a
separate subscription.
Your phone supports two voice lines (Alternate Line Service, ALS) with different phone numbers, Line 1 and Line 2. This is useful if you want to keep
business calls and private calls on separate lines. You can only send and
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receive text messages (SMS) on Line 1.
The line currently selected is indicated in the display with a line indicator and
the digit 1 or 2.
Changing to the Other Line
•
•
Scroll to Change to Line 1, Y E S , or
scroll to Change to Line 2, Y E S
From now on, all outgoing calls are made on the line you just selected.
Receiving a Call on One of the Lines
When someone calls you, the question Answer? is replaced by Line 1? or Line 2?
depending on which line the person is calling.
Different Settings for Each Line
You can personalize the names of the two lines. You can also have different
settings for each line, for example: the tone of the ring signal and call diverts.
You set these functions separately when the line is activated. The call meters
in the Info menu show the call times (call costs) for the line currently selected.
Changing the Name of a Line
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Line 1 Tag (or Line 2 Tag), Y E S .
2. Enter a new name, using the number keys. For information on how to enter
letters and other characters, see “Your Personal Phone Book” on page 22.
The maximum number of characters is SIM-dependent. However, differ-
ent characters occupy different space, so the number of characters that the
phone can display varies.
3. Press Y E S .
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Calling from Your Car
By using the Ericsson portable or vehicle handsfree solutions, you can be on
the phone without using your hands to hold it.
Handsfree Types
If you use a Vehicle Handsfree Solution, you can choose between two different ways in which your phone can handle the speech. This is done in the
Handsfree sub-menu.
Handsfree Type 1
Handsfree Type 1 means that the phone handles the call in semi-duplex mode.
This means that you cannot speak at the same time as the person at the other
end of the line. Use this alternative only if Type 2 does not work properly.
Handsfree Type 2
Handsfree Type 2 means that the phone handles the call in full duplex mode.
This considerably increases the quality of speech, since you do not have to
wait until it is your turn to speak, and the speech becomes clearer.
For Handsfree Type 2 to work properly, your phone adapts to the sound environment around the handsfree equipment. This adaptation might take a few
calls. During this learning phase, the person you are talking to might hear an
echo of his or her own voice (because the sound goes from the speaker into
the microphone again). However, this disappears as the other person speaks. If
the echo lasts longer than the first few calls, try Handsfree Type 1 instead.
Setting the Handsfree Type
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Handsfree, Y E S .
2. Select the type you want.
Note! More sophisticated Vehicle Handsfree solutions automatically provide
full duplex. They also disable the choice between Handsfree Type 1 and 2,
since the choice becomes superfluous when using this kind of equipment; you
always get the best quality of speech possible.
Answering Mode
The sub-menu Answering mode includes two functions: Any key and Auto,
which are useful when you use the phone with handsfree equipment.
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Any key: If you use the phone with handsfree equipment and this function is
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turned on, you can answer an incoming call by pressing any key, except
the N O key and the volume keys.
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Auto: If you choose the automatic answering mode, an incoming call is
answered automatically after one ring signal.
Selecting Answering Mode
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Answering mode, Y E S .
2. Select a mode.
Other Handsfree-related Settings
Apart from the settings mentioned above, you can change the following settings when using handsfree equipment:
•
Ring level
•
Ear volume
•
Ring type (only with car kit)
•
Display light
Each of these settings can be specified separately when you have your phone
connected to handsfree equipment. This means that if you make one of these
settings when the phone is connected to handsfree equipment, the settings
when it is handheld are not affected and vice versa.
Changing a Setting
1. Connect the phone to the handsfree equipment.
2. Change the setting according to the instructions in “Personalizing
Your Phone” on page 31.
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Calling Card or Credit
Card Calls
When making international or long distance calls, you may not want your
operator to charge you for these calls on your normal account. If you have a
credit card or a calling card, you may want to re-direct the charges to one of
those accounts instead. Your phone is all set for making this procedure as easy
as possible for you.
Activating the Calling Card Feature
Access
< Call cards
security
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Call cards security, Y E S .
>
2. Enter your security code and press Y E S .
The default code is 0000.
3. Scroll to Call cards, Y E S , On, Y E S .
The Call card function is now activated and the sub-menu Call card numbers
is visible in the Phone book menu.
Changing Security Codes
1. Scroll to Access, Y E S , Call cards security, Y E S .
Security
Change
< code >
2. Enter the old security code and press Y E S .
3. Scroll to Change code, Y E S .
4. Enter your new code and press Y E S .
The code can consist of four to eight digits.
5. When Repeat new code appears in the display, confirm your new code.
6. Press Y E S .
Your security code is now changed.
Storing Credit or Calling Card Numbers
Your phone allows you to store two calling card numbers in the phone book
menu. This sub-menu is only visible if the Call card function is activated in
the Access menu.
Storing a Calling Card Number
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Call card numbers, Y E S .
2. Enter your security code and press Y E S .
To change security codes, see above.
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3. Select card position (Card 1 or Card 2).
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4. Enter the access number (the phone number) to the calling card server. The
numbers are entered in the same way as in the ordinary phone book.
5. Press L E F T or R I G H T .
6. Enter the verification code to your calling card server.
7. To store the calling card number, press Y E S .
Changing the Dialling Order
Since the dialling order (whether you have to dial your verification code
before or after the number you want to dial) may vary between calling card
servers, you can change the order yourself.
•
Use L E F T and R I G H T , when the Called no row flashes.
Selecting a Card
If you have stored two card numbers, you must select which card you wish to
use before making a Calling/Credit card call.
To select the card
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Call card numbers, Y E S .
2. Enter your security code and press Y E S .
3. Scroll to the card you wish to use.
Your settings for the card appear. Press Y E S to confirm each setting.
Note! Once you have selected a card, it remains selected until you select the
other card.
Making a Credit or Calling Card Call
1. Enter the phone number of the person you want to call.
2. Press and hold Y E S .
The access number to the calling card server is called and during the con-
necting phase, you are prompted to send the called number (the number of
the person you want to call) and the verification code, in the order chosen
by you (see above).
3. To send the called number and the verification code during the connecting
phase, press Y E S when the display shows Send Called no? and Send Ver no?
Tip! You can retrieve the number of the person you want to call from the
phone book. When you have found the number, press and hold Y E S to make
the call.
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Sending and Receiving
Faxes and Data
Note! To be able to use various communications services you need the appropriate accessories and programs.
If you have a SIM card that does not support separate fax and data numbers,
you need to activate the data menus. When the Data menus are activated, a new
menu appears in your phone: Next call type.
Settings
< Data menus >
(Off)
Activating the Data Menus
•
Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Data menus, Y E S , On, Y E S .
Next Call Type
This function allows you to decide which type the next incoming call will be,
i.e. fax, data, or fax then speech. You will only see this menu if your phone
detects that you do not have separate numbers for data, fax and speech. Once
you have set your phone for a specific incoming call, it will stay so until you
change it back. The normal setting is Speech.
Defining the Next Incoming Call
1. Scroll to Next call type, Y E S .
2. Select which type the next incoming call will be.
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Some Useful Functions
Special Functions Menu
If a phone number is present in the display, you can press R I G H T , followed by
YES,
•
to select the Special functions menu. This menu lets you:
edit the phone number
•
insert a p (pause) when sending DTMF tones
•
show or hide your phone number when calling somebody
To edit the number in the display
1. Scroll to Special functions, Y E S , Edit number, Y E S .
Edit number
01234567890_
2. Now you can move the cursor with L E F T / R IG H T and insert and delete
digits and other characters (*, #, + and p).
3. When you are finished with the corrections, press Y E S to call the number.
If you change your mind and do not wish to call the number, press N O
instead.
Hint! You can edit a phone number that you have stored in your phone book.
When you have found the number using Name recall or Position recall, press N O .
Then select Edit number. Make the necessary corrections and then press Y E S to
call the number.
To insert a pause
•
Scroll to Special functions, Y E S , Pause, Y E S .
Hiding or Showing Your Phone Number
With most subscriptions, the receiver can see your phone number when you
make a call. However, some operators offer subscriptions where your phone
number is normally hidden. If you want to change the setting for a particular
call, this is possible, provided the network you use supports it.
To hide your phone number when calling somebody
1. Enter the phone number you wish to call.
2. Scroll to Special functions, Y E S , Hide Id, Y E S .
To show your phone number when calling somebody
1. Enter the phone number you wish to call.
2. Scroll to Special functions, Y E S , Send Id, Y E S .
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If you enter more than 20 characters (0–9, *, #, + and p), the first characters disappear from the display. Instead, a left arrow is shown in front of the characters.
To check the first characters
1. Press R I G H T .
2. When you are finished, press L E F T .
If you wish to use any of the Special functions, press R I G H T instead.
Alarm Clock
The phone has an alarm function. When it is activated, an icon in the shape of
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a bell is shown next to the current time in the display.
The alarm signal sounds at the time set, even if the phone is turned off. The
illumination of the keys and the display flashes. The volume of the alarm signal depends on the setting of the ring signal.
The alarm signal will sound for 60 seconds and will be repeated every nine
minutes, if you do not turn it off. After 60 minutes, the repeat function will be
turned off automatically.
To set the time of the alarm
<
Tools
Set alarm
(Off)
1. Scroll to Tools, Y E S , Set alarm, Y E S .
>
2. Enter the time in hours and minutes.
If you have selected the 12-hour format in the Clock/Date function in the
Settings menu, you can alternate between am and pm by pressing #.
3. Press Y E S .
To turn the alarm signal off
1. Press any key to turn the alarm signal off when it sounds.
Alarm
07:30
2. If you do not want the alarm to be repeated, press Y E S .
To turn the alarm function off
•
Scroll to Tools, Y E S , Set alarm, Y E S , Off, Y E S .
Calculator
The phone's in-built calculator can add, subtract, divide and multiply.
Using the Calculator
<
Tools
Calculator
In this example we are going to divide 134 by 32.
>
1. Scroll to Tools, Y E S , Calculator, Y E S .
2. Enter 134.
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3. Scroll with R I G H T / L E F T to the division sign (/) and press Y E S .
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4. Enter 32.
5. Scroll with the R I G H T / L E F T to the equal sign (=) and press Y E S .
You can also press # to get the answer.
6. To clear the display, press C L R .
To enter a decimal point
•
Press *.
To enter the multiplication sign (*)
•
Press * twice.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Troubleshooting 74
Quick Keys 76
Technical Data 77
Glossary 78
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use 83
Warranty 87
Declaration of Conformity 89
Index 91
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Troubleshooting
This chapter lists some problems that you might encounter while using your
phone. Some problems require that you call your service provider, but most of
the problems you encounter are easy to correct yourself.
Error Messages
Insert card
Insert
card
There is no SIM card in the phone. Insert a SIM card. See “The SIM Card” on
page 5.
112 only
112 only
16:21
If the message 112 only is displayed, you are within range of a network but you
are not allowed to use it. However, in an emergency, some operators allow
you to call the international emergency number 112. See “Making Emergency
Calls” on page 14.
No network
No network
There is no network within range or the received signal is too weak. You have
to move to get a signal that is strong enough.
Wrong PIN, Wrong PIN2
Wrong
PIN
You entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly.
•
Enter the correct PIN or PIN2, and press Y E S .
Matching error
Matching
error
When you want to change a security code (for example PIN) you have to confirm the new code by entering it again. The two codes that you have entered
do not match. See “The SIM Card Lock” on page 46.
PIN
Blocked.
Unblock?
PIN/PIN2 Blocked. Unblock?
You entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly three times in a row. To unblock
see “The SIM Card Lock” on page 46.
BLOCKED Contact card provider
BLOCKED
Contact card
provider
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You entered your personal unblocking key (PUK) incorrectly 10 times in a
row. Contact your network provider or service operator.
Troubleshooting
Phone locked
The phone is locked. To unlock the phone, see “Phone Lock” on page 48.
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Phone
locked
Enter lock code
Enter
lock code
Your phone comes with the default security code, 0000. You can change it to
any three- to eight-digit personalized code. See “Phone Lock” on page 48.
Number not permitted
Number
not
permitted
The Closed User Groups function is activated and the number you have
dialled is not part of a group. See “Closed User Groups” on page 51.
Phone Does not Come On
Handheld Phone
•
Recharge or replace the battery.
Handsfree Phone in Vehicle
•
Make sure that the phone is properly inserted into its holder.
No Indication of Battery Charging
If you attach a new battery that is empty, or an old battery that has not been
used for a long time, and connect the charger to the phone, it may take a while
until the indicator on the top of the phone shows a red light and the battery
meter appears.
Poor Sound Quality in Handsfree Equipment
•
Check that the handsfree equipment is Ericsson original equipment and
that it has been properly installed,
•
Change the Handsfree Type from Type 1 to Type 2. See “Handsfree
Types” on page 64.
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Quick Keys
Several keys on your phone can be used to optimize the phone’s functionality
and decrease the number of times you need to press a key. Some of the key
combinations demand that your phone is in a certain mode and some can be
made from the standby mode.
The table below describes some of the most useful key combinations
To…
Do this:
Mode:
mute the microphone
press and hold C L R
when on the phone
quickly access voice
press and hold the 1 key
when in standby
mail
find the first name in the press and hold the correspond- when in standby
phone book that starts ing key, for example, the 2 key
with a certain letter
to find the first name that starts
with an A
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go to the call list
press Y E S
when in standby
reach second letter
press and hold the upper volume key and press the desired
numeric key
when entering letters
reach third letter
press and hold the lower volume when entering letkey and press the desired
ters
numeric key
reject a call
double-click on one volume key when receiving a
call
or press N O
speed dial
press 1 – 9 and Y E S
when in standby
move three lines forward press 3
when reading a
message
return to beginning of
message
when reading a
message
Quick Keys
press and hold L E F T
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Technical Data
General
System
GSM 900/GSM1800
SIM card
Small plug-in card, 3V or 5V type
Dimensions
Size
105 x 49 x 24mm
Weight with battery
146g
Weight without battery
80g
Ambient temperatures
Max
+55°C
Min
–10°C
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Glossary
Advice of Charge
(or AoC) enables you to monitor the cost of calls made from your mobile
phone. Details of the last call and total calls made are shown in the phone display.
Alternate Line Service
(or ALS) enables you to have two lines and two different phone numbers on
one subscription for your mobile phone. This makes it possible to have separate numbers for business and personal calls. To use this service, it must be
supported by your network.
Area Information
(or AI) is a service that allows you to receive messages about pre-set topics
i.e. weather forecasts, road reports, etc. To use this service, it must be supported by your network.
Call Barring
enables you to restrict or bar certain or all types of calls to and from your
mobile phone, i.e. outgoing calls, outgoing international calls, incoming calls.
Barring is activated with a personal code. To use this service, it must be supported by your network.
Calling Line Identification
(or CLI) shows the number of the person calling you in your mobile phone
display. You can then make an informed choice as to whether or not to take
the call. Bear in mind that not all numbers can be displayed. To use this service, it must be supported by your network.
Divert
enables you to forward calls to another number, for example your voice mail
or home phone.
DTMF or Touch Tone
Dual Tone Multi Frequency signal – codes sent as tone signals. Used for telephone banking, for accessing an answering machine, etc.
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Dual Band GSM 900/1800
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The Ericsson T10 is a dual band phone, which means that you can use your
phone on two different kinds of networks – the GSM 900 and the GSM 1800
(also called PCN or DCS 1800) systems.
A dual band phone that combines the two standards can use both frequencies.
This increases capacity in densely populated urban areas, and consequently
improves the coverage offered by your network operator. It also offers you
enhanced international roaming, thanks to the additional networks now available when you are out travelling.
The switching between the two systems is done automatically and seamlessly,
which means that you can use your phone without ever having to consider
which system is best at the time. This is taken care of by the networks. How-
ever, you should note that the functions offered and the network coverage differ depending on your choice of operator and/or subscription.
Enter
The word “enter” in this manual is used for keying in letters or numbers from
the keypad.
Fax Class
Standards for fax transmission are set as classes. Class I and II allow data
transfer speeds of between 2400 up to 9600 bps.
Fixed Dialling Numbers
enables you to allow only numbers beginning with certain pre-defined figures
to be dialled from your mobile phone. The service is activated by PIN2.
Full Duplex
in handsfree equipment, means that both parties on the phone can talk at the
same time.
GSM 900
GSM is the world's most widely used digital network, now operating in over
100 countries around the world, particularly in Europe and Asia-Pacific.
There are different phases of roll-out for the GSM system and GSM phones
are either phase 1 or phase 2 compliant.
GSM 1800
Also known as DCS 1800 or PCN, is a digital network working on a frequency of 1800 MHz. It is used in Europe and Asia-Pacific.
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International Prefix (+)
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Mobile phone (+) prefix that automatically adds the correct international code
in front of a telephone number when dialling out of a country. You then have
to add the code of the country you are calling.
International Roaming
A mobile phone feature that allows you to switch between networks offering
coverage abroad. Your mobile phone automatically selects a network or sys-
tem (your home network), but if it is not in range or unavailable, it will select
another system. International roaming is based on agreements between network operators in different countries.
Line 1/Line 2
See “Alternate Line Service”.
Menu System
is the easiest way to access all the phone’s functions. The menus are arranged
to be accessed and viewed when scrolling with the arrow keys.
Network
A mobile phone network or system consists of a network of cells. A radio base
station serves each cell from where calls are forwarded to and received from
your mobile phone by wireless radio signals.
Operator
To be able to use your phone, you need a subscription to a network. You get
this subscription from a network operator, together with a SIM card that you
need to use with your phone.
PC-Card
Also called PCMCIA. The PC-card can act as a modem and connect your
mobile phone to a laptop or organizer, enabling data and fax transmission. The
thin type II card is the most common size. Type III is a thicker card and can
house more than modem functionality.
Phone Book
A memory in your mobile phone where phone numbers can be stored and
accessed by name (alpha memory search) or position.
PIN
Personal Identification Number – a code used for all GSM-based phones to
establish authorization for access to certain functions or information. The PIN
code comes with your subscription.
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PIN2
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Personal Identification Number 2 – an authorization code which is used only
for special services.
PUK
Personal Unblocking Key – used to unlock a blocked SIM card. This comes
with your subscription.
Roaming
Within your home network, this means that your mobile phone automatically
sets up communication procedures with different radio base stations when on
the move.
Semi-Duplex
In handsfree equipment, full duplex means that the connection is open for
both parties to talk simultaneously. Semi-duplex gives close to, but not complete, duplex functionality.
Service Provider
A company that provides services and subscriptions to mobile phone users.
Scroll
The word “scroll” in this manual means pressing the left or right arrow key to
move between the menus.
Select
The word “select” in this manual means scrolling to a menu or function then
pressing the Y E S key.
Short Message Service
(or SMS) allows messages of up to 160 characters to be sent and received via
the network operator's message centre to your mobile phone. Messages are
stored if the phone is off or out of reach ensuring that they reach you. To use
this service, it must be supported by your network.
SIM card
Subscriber Identity Module card – a card that must be inserted in any GSMbased mobile phone. It contains subscriber details, security information and
memory for a personal directory of numbers. The card can be a small plug-in
type or credit card sized but both types have the same functionality.
SMS
See “Short Message Service”.
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Subscription
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is the contract that you have with the service/network provider. To use your
phone, you need to have a subscription to a network. You get a SIM (Sub-
scriber Identity Module) card with your subscription. The services included in
your subscription depend on your choice of operator and/or subscription. So
some of the services and functions described in this manual may not be accessible to you. If you want a complete list of the services included in your subscription, please contact your network operator.
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Guidelines for Safe
and Efficient Use
Note! Read this information before using your portable phone
General
Since its introduction in the mid 1980s the portable phone is one of the most
exciting and innovative products ever developed. With it, you can stay in contact with your office, your home, emergency services, and others.
Your telephone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON it receives
and also sends out radio frequency (RF) energy. Depending upon the type of
mobile phone you have purchased, it operates in different frequency ranges
and employs commonly used modulation techniques. When you use your
phone, the system handling your call controls the power level at which your
phone transmits.
For the safe and efficient operation of your phone, observe these guidelines.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy
The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP), sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), published a
statement in 1996 which sets limits for exposure to RF fields from handheld
mobile phone. According to this statement, which is based on the available
body of research, there is no evidence that mobile terminals meeting the recommended limits can cause any adverse health effects. All Ericsson tele-
phones conform to the ICNIRP recommendations, and international exposure
standards, such as:
•
CENELEC European Pre-standard ENV50166-2
•
ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 (USA, Asia- Pacific)
If you want to limit RF exposure even further, you may choose to control the
duration of your calls and operate your phone in the most power efficient
manner.
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Efficient Phone Operation
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How to use your phone for optimum performance with minimum power consumption:
Hold the phone as you would any other telephone. While speaking directly
into the mouthpiece, angle the antenna in a direction up and over your shoulder. If the antenna is extendable, it should be extended during a call.
Do not hold the antenna when the phone is IN USE. Holding the antenna
affects call quality, may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level
than needed and shorten talk and standby times.
Antenna Care and Replacement
Do not use the phone with a damaged antenna. Replace a damaged antenna
immediately. Consult your manual to see if you may change the antenna yourself. If so, use only an Ericsson approved antenna. Otherwise, take your phone
to a qualified service centre for repair.
Use only the designated Ericsson antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifica-
tions, or attachments could damage the phone and may violate the appropriate
regulations.
Do not use an antenna designed for any other type of portable telephone than
the telephone you have purchased.
Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of telephones in the areas where
you drive. Always obey them. Also, when using your phone while driving,
please:
•
Give full attention to driving.
•
Use hands-free operation, if available.
•
Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
RF energy may affect some electronic systems in motor vehicles. In addition,
some vehicle manufacturers forbid the use of mobile phones in their vehicles.
Check with your vehicle manufacturer's representative to be sure your phone
will not affect the electronic systems of your vehicle.
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Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment, for example, equipment in hospitals and
cars, is shielded from RF energy. However, RF energy from telephones may
affect some electronic equipment.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when regulations posted in the
areas instruct you to do so. Always request permission before using your
phone near medical equipment.
Mobile telephones may affect the operation of some implanted cardiac pace-
makers, equipment for people with hearing impairments and other medically
implanted equipment. Pacemaker patients should be aware that the use of a
mobile phone very close to a pacemaker may cause the device to malfunction.
Avoid placing the phone over the pacemaker, i.e. in your breast pocket. When
using the phone, place it at your ear opposite the pacemaker. If a distance of
15cm. is kept between the phone and the pacemaker, the risk of interference is
limited. Contact your cardiologist for more information.
Aircraft
•
Turn your phone OFF before boarding any aircraft.
•
Use it on the ground only with crew permission
•
Turn off your phone before the aircraft leaves the ground. Do not use it in
the air.
To prevent possible interference with aircraft systems, safety regulations
require you to have permission from a crew member to use your phone while
the plane is on the ground. To prevent interference with communication systems, you must not use your phone while the plane is in the air.
Power Supply
Connect AC (Power supply) only to designated power sources as marked on
the product.
To reduce risk of damage to electric cord, remove from outlet by holding onto
AC adapter rather than cord.
Make sure the cord is located so that it will not be stepped on, tripped over or
otherwise subjected to damage or stress.
To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug unit from power source before
attempting any cleaning, then use soft cloth dampened on with water.
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Children
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Do not allow children to play with your phone. It is not a toy. Children could
hurt themselves or others (by poking themselves or others in the eye with the
antenna for example). Children could also damage the phone or make calls
that increase your telephone bills.
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your unit OFF when in a
“blasting area” or in areas posted “turn off two-way radio”. Construction
crews often use remote control RF devices to set off explosives.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere. It is rare, but your phone or its accessories could generate sparks.
Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury
or even death.
Areas with a 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, and areas where
the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders.
Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or explosives in the compartment of your vehicle which contains your phone and accessories.
Product Care
•
Do not expose product to water or moisture. Example: bathtub, laundry
sink, wet/damp basement, swimming pools, etc.
•
Do not expose product to extreme temperatures such as found near a hot
radiator or stove, or in a car parked in the sun.
•
Do not expose product to extreme cold temperatures such as a car parked
outdoors in winter.
•
Do not expose product to lit candles, cigarettes, cigars, open flames, etc.
Use only Ericsson Original accessories. Failure to do so may result in loss of
performance, fire, electric shock, or injury, and will void the warranty.
•
Do not attempt to disassemble the product. Doing so will void warranty.
This product does not contain consumer serviceable components. Service
should only be performed by Authorized Service Centres.
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Warranty
If your Ericsson product requires warranty service you should return the product to the dealer/retailer from whom it was purchased. If your Ericsson prod-
uct requires warranty service when you are abroad, the service is available in
those countries listed on your International Warranty Certificate.
In the event of difficulty, details of our authorized service network are available from your local Ericsson subsidiary.
Our Warranty
Ericsson warrants this product as being free of defects in material, design and
workmanship at the time of original purchase and for a period of twelve (12)
months immediately thereafter.
What We Will Do
If, during the period of the warranty, this product malfunctions in normal use
and service due to defective design, materials or workmanship Ericsson will
repair or replace, at its discretion, the product under the conditions stated
below.
Ericsson subsidiaries, authorised distributors or authorised service centres in
the countries listed on your International Warranty Certificate will repair or
replace this product in accordance with the terms and conditions stipulated in
these conditions of the warranty. Certain products may not be available in certain countries and in this event, a similar product will be delivered.
Conditions
1. The warranty will be granted only if the original warranty certificate
issued to the purchaser by the dealer is presented, and if the said warranty
certificate stipulates the electrical serial number of the purchased product
and the date of purchase of the product. Ericsson reserves the right to
refuse warranty service if this information has been removed or amended
after the original purchase of the product. The original receipt/invoice will
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whom the product was purchased.
2. The warranty is not applicable in circumstances other than defects in material, design and workmanship. The warranty does not cover the following:
•
Periodic checks, maintenance, repair and replacement of parts due to
normal wear and tear, exchange of faulty batteries or upgrading of software due to changes in network parameters.
•
Damage to the product resulting from:
• Abuse or misuse, including but not limited to failure to use the
product for its normal purposes or in accordance with Ericsson’s
instructions for use and maintenance of the product, or the installation or use of the product in a manner inconsistent with the technical or safety standards in force.
• Repairs performed by non-authorized service workshops, or opening of the product by non-authorized persons.
• Accidents, acts of God or any cause beyond the control of Ericsson,
including but not limited to lightning, water, fire, public disturbances and improper ventilation.
3. This product will not be considered defective in materials, design or workmanship if it needs to be adapted, changed or adjusted to conform to
national or local technical or safety standards in force in any country other
than that for which the product was originally designed and manufactured.
This warranty shall not reimburse such adaptations, changes or adjust-
ments, or attempts to do so, whether properly performed or not, nor any
damage resulting from them, nor any adaptation, change or adjustment to
upgrade the product from its normal purpose as described in the product
manual without the prior written consent of Ericsson.
4. Repair or replacement under the terms of this warranty shall not give a
right to an extension to, or a new commencement of, the period of war-
ranty. Repair or replacement under the terms of this warranty may be fulfilled with functionally equivalent reconditioned units. Replaced faulty
parts or components will become the property of Ericsson.
5. This warranty does not affect the purchaser’s statutory rights under applicable national legislation in force, nor the purchaser’s rights against the
dealer arising from the sales/purchase contract.
In the absence of applicable national legislation this warranty will be the purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedy. Ericsson, its subsidiaries and distributors
shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages for breach of
any express or implied warranty relating to this product.
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Declaration
of Conformity
We, Ericsson Mobile Communications AB of
Nya Vattentornet
221 83 Lund, Sweden
declare under our sole responsibility that our product
Ericsson type 110 1002-BV
to which this declaration relates, conforms to the appropriate standards
TBR 19, TBR 20, TBR31, TBR32, ETS 300 342-1 and EN 60950, following
the provisions of Teleterminals directive 91/263/EEC, EMC directive
89/336/EEC, and Low voltage directive 73/23/EEC.
Stockholm, 1 October, 1999
(Place & date of issue)
Johan Siberg, President
Declaration of Conformity
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Index
A
Alarm clock 70
Alternate Line Service (ALS) 63
Answered calls indicator 28
Answering service. See Voice Mail
Antenna 4
Area information 41
message types 42
receiving area messages 43
B
Banking by phone 24
Barring calls. See Call barring
Battery 4, 6
attaching 6
charging 6, 7, 75
release catch 4
removing 8
Battery charger 7
Battery meter 11
Belt clip
threaded hole 4
C
Calculator 70
Call barring 49
cancelling all 49
changing password 49
changing status 49
Call cost 61
checking 61
setting a credit limit 62
specifying price per unit 62
Call divert 44
activating 44
cancelling 45
checking status 44
divert indicator 11, 44
Call forwarding. See Call divert
Call list 28
activating 29
calling from call list 29
Call restrictions. See Call barring
Call time 61
checking 61
Call waiting 53
Call waiting service
activating 53
cancelling 53
Calling
from call list 29
from phone book 25
Calling cards 66
Calling Line Identification (CLI) 14
Calls
ending 13
putting on hold 16, 53, 54, 56, 57
receiving 14
redialling 13
rejecting 14
switching between calls 54
Card memory 22, 24
CB. See Area information
Cell broadcast. See Area information
Changing PIN 47
Check menu 70
Ciphering 15
CLI. See Calling Line Identification
Clock. See Time
Closed user groups 51
Conference calls 55
adding new participants 56
creating 55
extracting a participant 56
releasing a participant 56
reviewing participants 56
Copying phone numbers 27
Credit 62
Credit cards 66
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D
Indicators in display 11, 28
answered calls 28
battery meter 11
dialled numbers 28
keypad lock 11
line 12
missed calls 28
phone icon 22
signal strength 11
silent ring 11
SMS 11
voice mail 11
International calls 14
International emergency number 14
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Date 35
format 35
setting 35
Dialled numbers indicator 28
Display 4
indicators 11
language 9, 34
light 33
Divert indicator 11, 44
Diverting calls. See Call divert
DTMF pauses 69
DTMF tones 17
E
Earpiece 4
volume 16
Emergency calls 14
Ending calls 13
Entering letters 40
Error messages 74
F
Fax, sending and receiving 68
Fixed dialling 50
activating 50
cancelling 50
Fixed numbers 50
editing 51
storing 50
Flip 4
Forbidden networks 59
Forwarding calls. See Call divert
H
Handsfree usage 64
Hiding your number 69
I
Icons in display. See Indicators in
display
Indicator light 4
K
Key functions 12, 76
Key sound 33
Keypad 4
unlocking 46
Keypad lock 46
activating 46
cancelling 46
Keypad lock indicator 11
L
Language in the display 9, 34
Letters, entering 23
Line indicator 12
M
Memory full 25
Menu system 20
Message signal 33
Message types (SMS) 39
Microphone 4
muting 16
Microphone channel 4
Minute minder 33
Missed calls 29
Missed calls indicator 28
Muting microphone 16
N
Name recall 25
Name tag 22
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Redialling numbers 13
Rejecting calls 14
Request reply (SMS) 39
Resetting phone 35
Restricting calls. See Call barring
Ring signal
choosing 31
composing own 32
level 31
personal 32
type 31
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forbidden 59
preferred 59
search modes 60
selection 58
Network name 10
P
Pause (DTMF) 24, 69
Personal ring signal 32
Phone book 22
calling from 25
card memory 22
changing a name 26
changing phone number 26
copying 27
erasing phone number 25
keeping up to date 26
phone memory 22
storing names 23
storing numbers 23
Phone icon 22
Phone lock 48
activating/cancelling 48
auto lock 48
changing the security code 48
full lock 48
Phone memory 22, 24
Phone number
displaying own 34
Phone number in SMS
replying to 37
PIN 6, 9
changing 47
PIN2 6
changing 47
Plus sign (+) 14, 22
Position recall 26
Preferred networks 59
PUK 6, 47
Q
Quick dialling. See Speed dialling
Quick keys 76
R
Reading messages (SMS) 36
Receive calls 14
Receiving messages (SMS) 36
S
Scratch pad 16
Scrolling 12, 20
Sending messages (SMS) 40
Shortcuts. See Quick keys
Showing your number 69
Signal strength meter 11
Silent ring signal 11
SIM card 5
inserting 5
release button 4
removing 5
unblocking 47
SIM card lock
activating 47
cancelling 48
SMS 36
composing 40
editing 40
enabling phone for sending 37
erasing 38
message types 39
reading 36
receiving 36
repeating message 39
reply requested 39
replying to 37
sending 40
storing 38
types 39
SMS indicator 11
Special functions menu 69
Speed dialling 26
Stored messages (SMS)
reading 37
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numbers 23
T
Tape loops. See Voice mail indicator
Telephone banking 24
Text messages (SMS) 36
Time 34
format 34
setting 34
Tone signals 17
Touch tones 17
Turning the phone on 9
Turning your phone off 10
V
Vibrating unit 33
Voice mail 30
activating 30
calling 30
Voice mail indicator 11
Volume
earpiece 16
ring signal 31
Volume keys 4, 12, 14
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