Telit Sat 550
Telit Sat 550
Dual Mode Globalstar/GSM Telephone
USER GUIDE
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Introduction
Thank you for having chosen Telit. Please read this manual carefully in order to be in a
position to make full use of your telephone’s capabilities.
Using your dual mode Satellite/GSM Telit Sat 550 Telephone, calls may be made and received using both the GSM, 900 MHz cellular networks (on condition that an agreement
exists between your network operator and the network on which you are about to operate)
and using the Globalstar ® satellite network.
Despite your Sat 550’s advanced technology, it is extremely simple to use. It offers the
functions typical of a GSM telephone but in addition, using a very simple menu, it allows
you to make use of the enormous potential offered by Globalstar* network’s satellite coverage.
On reading the first few pages of this manual, you will already be able to make and receive calls, memorise and recall telephone numbers in your telephone directory, and send
and receive short messages text (SMS).
* Find out about the coverage offered by the Globalstar network by speaking to your operator or service provider.
The Sat 550 telephone may be used in all European Union Countries. You may not be able to use it in other countries or regions due to local telecommunication regulations.
EC Conformity Mark
This telephone complies with European Community Standards
ETS 300342 and ETS 300831; EN 60950 in terms of the provisions of European Directives:
99/5/EC
89/336/EEC
73/23/EEC
and USA standards:
FCC part 2
FCC part 15
FCC part 25
In the quest for continuous improvements in specification, design and other areas, the contents
of this manual are subject to change without notice.
© 2000 Telit Mobile Termials S.p.A. All rights reserved.
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Patent Information
This unit has been produced in terms of the following licences held by QUALCOMM Inc. (other
licences in progress):
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Index
Index _____________________________________________________________ 5
1. Introducing the telephone _________________________________________ 10
Special keys _______________________________________________________ 11
Soft keys __________________________________________________________ 11
Indicators _________________________________________________________ 12
Telephone status indicator ___________________________________________ 12
Indicators on the display______________________________________________ 13
Satellite Antenna ___________________________________________________ 17
Position of antenna during use _________________________________________ 17
Installation of the SIM card ____________________________________________ 18
Installing the battery _________________________________________________ 19
Accessory connector ________________________________________________ 19
Recharging the battery _______________________________________________ 20
Irregularity during recharging __________________________________________ 21
Battery low charge indicator ___________________________________________ 21
2. Quick guide for first use __________________________________________ 22
Making your first call _________________________________________________ 22
Receiving your first call_______________________________________________ 23
Emergency calls ____________________________________________________ 24
Storing a number in the phone book ____________________________________ 24
Recalling a name in the phone book ____________________________________ 24
Sending your first short text message (SMS) ______________________________ 25
Reading your first short text message (SMS)______________________________ 26
3. Important warnings ______________________________________________ 28
4. Main Functions __________________________________________________ 31
Switching on _______________________________________________________ 31
Switching off _______________________________________________________ 31
Access codes ______________________________________________________ 31
Security code (6 digits) _______________________________________________ 31
PIN and PIN 2 Codes (from 4 to 8 digits) _________________________________ 32
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Deactivating and activating the PIN code ________________________________ 32
PUK and PUK 2 codes (8 digits) _______________________________________ 32
Password to bar calls ________________________________________________ 32
Making a call ______________________________________________________ 33
International calls __________________________________________________ 33
Automatic redialling _________________________________________________ 33
Correcting entering errors ____________________________________________ 33
Recalling a number in the phone book __________________________________ 33
Rapid dialling ______________________________________________________ 33
One-key dialling ____________________________________________________ 34
Sending DTMF tones ________________________________________________ 34
Notes during a call __________________________________________________ 35
Answering a call ___________________________________________________ 35
Automatic answering ________________________________________________ 35
Setting loudspeaker volume __________________________________________ 35
Activating and deactivating the microphone ______________________________ 36
Protecting the keyboard ______________________________________________ 36
Self-locking _______________________________________________________ 36
Cancelling units in credit _____________________________________________ 36
PNP (Private Numbering Plan) _________________________________________ 37
5. Managing calls __________________________________________________ 38
6. Using call logging _______________________________________________ 39
Most recent calls made ______________________________________________ 39
Most recent calls missed _____________________________________________ 39
7. Using the phone book ____________________________________________ 40
Storing names and numbers __________________________________________ 40
Adding a name and number __________________________________________ 40
Entering names ____________________________________________________ 40
Correcting a name/number ___________________________________________ 41
Characters available ________________________________________________ 41
Recalling a telephone number from the phone book ________________________ 42
Searching by name _________________________________________________ 42
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Searching by position _______________________________________________ 42
Phone book Menu __________________________________________________ 43
8. Message Menu (*) _______________________________________________ 44
Structure of the “Message” menu ______________________________________ 45
Messages (*) __________________________________________________ 46
Write new (*) _______________________________________________ 46
Send _____________________________________________________________ 47
Store ____________________________________________________________ 47
Send and store ____________________________________________________ 47
Parameters _______________________________________________________ 47
Received (*) ________________________________________________ 47
Written (*) _________________________________________________ 49
Parameters (*) ______________________________________________ 49
Name ____________________________________________________________ 49
Service Centre Number ______________________________________________ 49
Validity ___________________________________________________________ 49
Destination ________________________________________________________ 50
Protocol __________________________________________________________ 50
Default ___________________________________________________________ 50
Automatic deletion (*) ________________________________________ 50
Reply Path (*)_______________________________________________ 51
Report (*) __________________________________________________ 51
Information (*) ______________________________________________ 51
Call mailbox (*)_________________________________________________ 51
Broadcast (*) __________________________________________________ 52
Activation (*) _______________________________________________ 52
Subject (*) _________________________________________________ 52
9. Main Menu () __________________________________________________ 53
Dialogue method ___________________________________________________ 53
Numbering method _________________________________________________ 54
Network services ___________________________________________________ 61
Menu structure _____________________________________________________ 55
Network services () _____________________________________________ 61
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List of Calls () _________________________________________________ 61
Audio () ______________________________________________________ 61
Settings () ____________________________________________________ 62
Display ()__________________________________________________ 62
Language () _______________________________________________ 63
Call waiting () ______________________________________________ 63
Keypad lock ()______________________________________________ 63
Answer mode () ____________________________________________ 63
Call control () _________________________________________________ 63
Minute Beep () _____________________________________________ 63
Call duration () _____________________________________________ 63
Charging () ________________________________________________ 64
Send own number () _________________________________________ 64
CUG (Closed User Group) () __________________________________ 64
NITZ (Network Identity Time Zone) () ____________________________ 64
Clock () ______________________________________________________ 65
Set () _____________________________________________________ 65
Alarm () ___________________________________________________ 65
Date format () ______________________________________________ 65
Phone Information () ____________________________________________ 65
Own number () _____________________________________________ 65
IMEI () ____________________________________________________ 65
Software () ________________________________________________ 66
SIM Information () ___________________________________________ 66
Total life () ________________________________________________ 66
Phone Security () ______________________________________________ 66
PIN control () ______________________________________________ 66
Telephone security () ________________________________________ 66
Call barring () ______________________________________________ 66
Fixed dial () ________________________________________________ 67
Call divert () __________________________________________________ 67
Divert Always ()_____________________________________________ 67
Missed calls () _____________________________________________ 67
Cancel () __________________________________________________ 68
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Networks () ___________________________________________________ 68
Net search () _______________________________________________ 68
Selection () ________________________________________________ 68
Network list () ______________________________________________ 68
Home network () ____________________________________________ 69
10. Satellite Menu (() ______________________________________________ 70
Method (() ____________________________________________________ 70
GS (() _____________________________________________________ 70
GSM (() ___________________________________________________ 70
GS then GSM (() ____________________________________________ 71
GSM then GS (() ____________________________________________ 71
Technical characteristics____________________________________________ 72
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1. Introducing the telephone
GSM
Antenna
Display
LED
Earphone
Main menu Key
On/Off Key
Special Keys
Satellite Menu
Key
Message Menu
Key
Phone book
Key
Alpha-numeric
Keyboard
Microphone
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Key
Feature
&
Switches the telephone on and off. During a conversation it enables or
disables the mute feature
To make a call, confirm a selection, access information, and for quick access to the call records
To end or reject a call, reject a choice, exit menus without changing settings. When pressed for 1 second it activates the automatic locking of the
keyboard (if activated, see page 36 “Automatic locking”)
Press to access the Main menu, move to the next entry, access further
options. When pressed for 1 second, activates/deactivates the phone’s
ring
)
Press to access the phone book (memorised on the SIM card). When
pressed for 1 second allows access to the phone book menu
*
Allows access to the Message Menu
(
Press to access Satellite menu. When pressed for more than 1 second,
allows the passage from satellite mode to GSM and vice versa
+
To cancel a character on the display (all characters if pressed for a long
time), a missed call, an SMS, the content of an entry in the phone book
memory, to reject a choice or when pressed for a long time, to exit the
menus
.
To key in an asterisk. Permits the pauses (P) and waits (W) in the DTMF
tone sequence to be inserted in stand-by, after having entered at least
one number and on pushing in quick succession. To reduce a value, to
scroll menu choices down
/
To key in a hatch character. When preceded by a number, used to recall
the telephone number relating to the position in the phone book. In standby mode allows the keyboard to be locked or unlocked. Allows a value to
be increased or a menu choice to be scrolled upwards
Special keys
Soft keys
carry out the functions that appear above the keys themselves
on the display (e.g. for ).
The Soft keys
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Indicators
The telephone is fitted with indicators (LED, icons) that provide information as to the
phone’s status and main features activated.
Telephone status indicator
The LED that indicates the mode telephone (land or satellite) is positioned below the display.
If the LED is...
Red
The telephone is in Globalstar satellite mode
Flashing Red
The telephone is searching for the Globalstar satellite
network
Off
The telephone is in GSM mode
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Indicators on the display
The telephone’s display includes indicators that provide information on its functioning.
Other indicators will be illustrated later in the manual.
Indicator
Description
Alarm indicator. Shows up when the alarm has been activated
"
External device indicator. Shows up when the telephone is connected to automobile kit (optional) or other accessories
Signal strength indicator. Indicates the strength of the signal sent
by the network to which it is connected. The more bars visible
(maximum 3) the stronger the signal. When the antenna symbol is
not visible, but there are bars, only emergency calls can be made
!
Message indicator. Indicates that there is a new message. Flashes
when the memory on your SIM card is full. This means that one or
more SMS messages must be cancelled
#
Battery charge indicator. Indicates the battery’s charge. Comprising from 3 fixed segments (battery charged) to 0 flashing segments
(battery not charged). While charging the battery an animation of
the inside of the battery is seen, which remains fixed when the battery is fully charged
Clock indicator. Indicates the time in a 24 hour format
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Indicator
Description
6
Call transfer indicator. Displayed when the call transfer feature has
been activated
5
Incoming call bar indicator. Displayed when the incoming call bar
feature has been activated
4
Outgoing call bar indicator. Displayed when the outgoing call bar
feature has been activated
Network maintenance indicator. Displayed when maintenance of
the satellite network is in progress. In this case the telephone is not
able to access the Globalstar network. Switch the phone off and try
again later. If the problem persists, contact your network operator or
service provider
Telephone block indicator. Displayed when the telephone has
been blocked by the satellite network. In this case switch the telephone off and on again, waiting for an un-blocking message from the
network. If the block persists, contact your network operator or service provider
=
Recharging indicator (only with the telephone on). Displayed
when the telephone is connected to the battery charger, and the battery is being charged. When this flashes, it indicates that the battery
has been fully charged
Keyboard locked indicator. Displayed when the keyboard has been
locked
;
Call, SMS and phone book bar indicator. Displayed when the outgoing call, SMS and phone book features have been barred
Automatic answering indicator. Displayed when the automatic answering feature has been activated
Satellite mode indicator. Displayed when the telephone is in satellite mode
Network indicator. Indicates the nationality and network to which
;1HW the telephone is connected
H
Forbidden network indicator. Displayed when the telephone is
connected to a forbidden network. In such a case only emergency
calls can be made
3
Roaming indicator. Displayed while roaming a GSM cellular network or the Globalstar satellite network
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Indicator
Description
G
Ring active indicator. Displayed when the telephone’s ring is active
8
Ring off indicator. Displayed when the telephone’s ring has been
deactivated
1
Outgoing call indicator. Indicates that an outgoing call is in progress
2
Incoming call indicator. Indicates that an incoming call is in progress
9
Outgoing call on hold. Indicates that an outgoing call has been put
on hold
:
Incoming call on hold indicator. Indicates that an incoming call
has been put on hold
The following messages may appear in the middle of the display:
Message
Description
'$7(
Depending on what is set on the menu, this indicates the day of the
week and the date, or a personal message defined in the relevant
menu ( )
£
Indicates credit remaining (the feature and symbol depend on the
SIM card used)
68%-(&7
Indicates the Cell Broadcast subject (e.g. the name of the city), depending on those activated and the service offered (when viewing of
Cell Broadcast messages is enabled, information and other messages are hidden. To view them press +)
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The Main Menu is accessed by pressing the key. The display will read as follows:
ST
Indicates that further fields are available (above or below) on the same
menu level.
0-0-0-0
The number indicated negatively shows which menu level is active.
Menu
Indicates the name of the current menu.
Indicates the features that can be activated using the corresponding Soft
Keys .
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Satellite Antenna
When in satellite mode, it is important that the satellite antenna be used correctly to allow
you to make full use of the potential offered by the Globalstar network.
Position of the antenna while in use
Before beginning a satellite call, the antenna must be rotated to the left or right until it is
against the stop (as shown in the figure below), so that it is always vertical to the ground,
pointing up to the sky, while the conversation is in progress.
NOTE: In satellite mode it is important that the telephone and the satellite are in “sight” of
each other, to achieve maximum quality service. Highest quality is therefore obtained
outdoors.
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Installation of the SIM card
To be able to use the telephone, a valid format “plug-in” SIM card must be obtained.
The SIM card is supplied by the network operator or the service provider.
M Switch the telephone off. Extend the satellite antenna and rotate it counter-clockwise.
Remove the battery while holding down the release key as shown in the figure below.
NTo insert the SIM card, use the relevant guides ensuring that the bevelled edge of the
SIM card is facing the upper part of the telephone and that the gilded contacts are facing
the telephone (and thus not visible).
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Installing the battery
M Extend the satellite antenna and rotate it in a counter-clockwise direction. The battery
must be positioned in the relevant space on the back of the telephone, being careful to
press the battery down until a click is heard indicating that it is in position.
NOTE: For correct recharging the ambient temperature (not that on the display) must be
between 0° and +45° C.
Accessory connector
The connector for accessories is on the bottom of the telephone. The connectors for the
car kit (optional) are on the back of the telephone.
connections for
the car kit
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Recharging the battery
This telephone is powered by a Lithium Ion rechargeable battery (which does not effect
the memory).
NOTE: Only use original batteries and battery chargers.
M Insert the appropriate battery charger plug (among the 4 provided) depending on the
type used in the country in which the telephone is used, into the socket.
N Connect the battery charger cable to the lower end of the telephone (the arrow printed
on the connector must not be visible when the plug is inserted) and the other end into a
power supply socket (100V – 240V).
With the telephone off, the image below is shown on the display while the battery is being charged. The segments of the battery icon (#) are animated:
With the telephone on, the symbol = is shown on the display while the battery is being
charged. The segments of the battery icon (#) are animated.
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O Recharging has been completed when the animation of the battery icon (P) stops and
the symbol = flashes when the telephone is on. When the telephone is off, the following
symbol is displayed:
NOTE: The time taken for the Lithium Ion battery to recharge completely is around 3
hours, but the battery will already be at 80% charge after an hour.
P Once recharging has been completed, disconnect the battery charger from the power
supply socket and then from the telephone (by pressing the release button on the battery
charger connector).
Irregularity during recharging
Any irregularity (excessive temperature, damaged battery, etc.) will be indicated on the
display by the following symbol:
Battery low charge indicator
When the battery’s charge has been completely used up, and it needs to be recharged,
an acoustic signal will be heard and the following symbol will be displayed for a few seconds:
The battery must be recharged or replaced immediately.
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2. Quick guide for first use
Making your first call
M With the telephone switched off, insert a valid SIM card (see “Installation of the
SIM card”).
NInsert the battery (see “Installing the battery”).
O Charge the battery by connecting the telephone to the battery charger.
The telephone can be used while it is being recharged but this will prolong charging time.
P Switch the telephone on by holding the o key down. If the telephone displays
PINX, enter the PIN code provided with the SIM card and press or /
The telephone automatically sets the text language according to the information contained on the SIM card.
To change the language used on the display press in sequence. Scroll the languages available using the key and confirm the new language by pressing .
To change the connection mode between the GSM network and the Globalstar satellite
network, hold the (. key down.
NOTE: The negative symbols (e.g. ) appears on the lower part of the display.
Q If the PIN code has been inserted correctly the display will show:
R When the name of the network operator that provided the SIM card appears on the
display, the telephone is ready to use, and it is possible to make or receive phone calls.
To make a call, enter the area code and the telephone number and press . The display
will read Call and the symbol 1will appear.
When the call is answered the display will read Connected for a few seconds and then
the duration of the call will be indicated.
When using satellite mode, the telephone number must be dialled in its international format: + [country code] [area code] [telephone number]
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Receiving your first call
M With the telephone on, and in an area covered by the satellite or cellular radio signal,
you are informed that a call is coming in either by means of a message on the display or
by an acoustic signal.
NOTE: The acoustic signal can be silenced quickly by pressing * or if the one-key
answering feature has been selected, any key may be pressed except for .
This feature is temporary and does not exclude ringing for subsequent incoming calls.
N Turn the antenna if the telephone is in satellite mode.
Press WRUHSO\DQG.to end or reject the call.
If you do not answer the call, the display will show a message that reads N.[n] missed,
where [n] indicates the number of calls not answered.
Emergency calls
Emergency calls can be made (even without unlocking the telephone) both in satellite and
in GSM mode by entering the number 112 and pressing the key.
NOTE: Please do not abuse this service.
Read the network operator or service provider’s documentation on emergency calls.
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Storing a number in the phone book
M Enter the telephone number, (it is better to use the “+” for country codes rather than
the double zero: 0039…= +39…) and press ).
NOTE: “+” is obtained by pressing the key for more than one second.
NEnter the name and press The display will read Store in [memory position number].
The letters available can be seen on each key. Pressing once will give the first letter, the
second on pressing again and so on.
O Enter the position in the memory in which the new number should be stored or leave
the position assigned by the telephone and press NOTE: It is possible to store the numbers only on the SIM card.
Recalling a name in the phone book
M Press .
N Enter the initial letter of the stored name
OR
Scroll the names saved in the phone book on the SIM card using the .and/ keys.
O Press to make the call.
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Sending your first short text message (SMS)
M Press *.
N Press (Write new) then (Telephone parameters) and confirm by pressing .
O Press , then enter the Service Centre number (provided by the network operator
or service provider) and press .
P Press for at least one second to exit the Messages menu.
You can now send your first text message.
Q Press *.
R Press . And the message Send to: will appear.
S Enter the destination telephone number or access the phone book by pressing Scroll the names stored in the phone book using the . and / keys, then confirm by
pressing . Confirm the addressee’s number by pressing again.
T Write the message (the characters are entered following the same criteria described
for entering names in the phone book, as described in the “Using the Phone book”
chapter). Confirm by pressing .
U Press to send the short text message (SMS).
NOTE: The operations described under points M, N, O and P are only used for the first
SMS and can be omitted thereafter.
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Reading your first short text message (SMS)
M If the telephone is switched on and connected to a satellite or cellular network, an
acoustic signal will indicate the arrival of a new SMS message. For a few seconds the following symbol will be displayed:
NOTE: The presence of SMS messages that have not been read is indicated by the
icon !.
N To read the message press . The following will be displayed:
(§
N/N
01/01/2000
00:00
N/N indicates the number of the current SMS message out of the total number of messages, 01/01/2000 indicates the date and 00:00 indicates the time it was received.
The sender’s telephone number is also displayed, and if this is stored in the phone book,
the sender’s name also appears.
To read and scroll the content of the SMS message press .
To return to the message’s setting or to the Messagge menu, press .
To reply to the message press . The display will read:
Key in your reply. Press to move from keying in the text to inserting the destination telephone number and vice versa. To include a series of numbers in the text press
for one second. In place of the symbol will appear.
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Confirm by pressing then press to send.
To scroll the list of SMS messages received, press . or /.
To delete a message, press + until the display reads Delete?. Confirm by pressing
or cancel by pressing .
To read a message that you have read previously, press *WKHQ .
NOTE: Messages are stored on the SIM card. So as not to take up memory unnecessarily, it is best to delete messages once they have been read.
To enable the automatic delete feature (* ) see the relevant paragraph in the
“Message Menu” Chapter.
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3. Important Warnings
In your car
Always check on the laws and regulations governing the use of cellular telephones in
force in the country in which you are driving. Should you use the telephone while driving,
the following should always be adhered to:
• Always pay maximum attention to your driving.
• Only use your automobile kit where available.
• Do not stop your car in the emergency lanes on a motorway to make or receive calls,
only stop the vehicle in parking areas provided.
Electronic devices
Most electronic devices are protected by RF signals. Some electronic apparatus may not
be sufficiently protected against RF signals emitted by the cellular telephone.
Pacemakers
• When the telephone is switched on always keep it at least 30 cm from pacemakers.
• Do not keep the telephone in pockets near the thorax.
• Use the ear on the opposite side from the pacemaker when using the telephone.
• If you suspect any interference with the pacemaker, switch the telephone off immediately. Other medical devices
If you are using the telephone near medical equipment, consult the manufacturer to ensure that it is adequately protected from RF signals.
The telephone must be switched off in medical centres where this is expressly indicated.
It is possible that medical equipment in use in hospitals and medical centres may be sensitive to RF signals.
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Vehicles
The use of cellular telephones inside vehicles may have a negative effect on their functioning, where these have not been correctly installed, and where RF signals emitted by
the cellular phone have not been sufficiently shielded.
Where there are warnings
Always keep your telephone switched off wherever notices are posted expressly requesting this.
Aircraft
Standards set by aeronautical authorities forbid the use of telephones while an aircraft is
flying.
Telephones must always be switched off before boarding an aircraft.
Locations where there is a danger of explosion
The telephone must be switched off, and the battery must not be removed wherever there
is a danger of explosion. Always comply with warnings and instructions. In such locations
the smallest spark may cause explosion or fire.
Areas that are subject to the danger of explosion are usually, but not always, clearly
marked. These include, but are not limited to: filling stations like petrol garages, between
decks on ships, depots or transhipment areas for fuels or chemicals, areas subject to the
emission of fuel vapours, areas where the air contains chemical products, and any other
area where the request is made that vehicles be switched off.
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Other warnings
Keep the telephone out of reach of children.
Only use original spares and accessories. The use of any other components shall cause
the guarantee to lapse.
Do not try to dismantle the telephone. It does not contain any parts that can be repaired
by clients.
Avoid the telephone coming into contact with liquids. Should this happen it must be removed from the power supply if on charge, and the supplier must be contacted.
Avoid using the telephone beyond the temperature limits: -10°C and +55°C.
Never leave the telephone in direct sunlight or in very humid or dusty areas.
The telephone can be cleaned using a moist, soft cloth, dampened with a very diluted detergent solution.
No definite data is available as to any harmful effects related to the electromagnetic
waves generated by cellular telephones. Exposure to such waves can be drastically reduced by using the car kit.
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4. Main Features
Switching on
M Hold the &key down to switch the telephone on.
If the telephone displays the message PINX key in the code (provided with the SIM card)
and press the RU key.
NOTE: The telephone can make and receive calls only when it is switched on, a valid SIM
card has been inserted, and if the user is in an area covered by the GSM land-based network or Globalstar satellite network.
N If necessary change the language on the display by pressing .
Switching off
Hold the &key down for at least 2 seconds.
Access codes
The telephone and SIM card use various access codes to prevent unauthorised use.
When the message requesting these (PIN, PUK, Code) is displayed, key in the code
(displayed as a series of asterisks) and press .
If an error is made in keying the digits, these can be cancelled by pressing +as many
times as required.
Security Codes (6 digits)
The security code programmed by the manufacturer is 000000 and this controls access to
the Telephone Security ( ) sub-menu.
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PIN and PIN 2 codes (from 4 to 8 digits)
The PIN code (Personal Identity Number) is a private numeric password that is provided
by the network operator or service provider along with the SIM card, and serves to protect
the telephone against unauthorised use.
When the display shows a message requesting the PIN, key it in and press or
If an incorrect PIN is inserted three times in succession, the SIM card is blocked, and
cannot be used any more.
The PUK code must be keyed in to set a new PIN and to unblock the SIM card.
The PIN 2 code, which is provided by the network operator or service provider, is required
to gain access to certain protected services and features (FDN, unit counters, etc.), that
have to be supported by the SIM card.
Deactivating and activating the PIN code
When the PIN code is activated, the telephone asks for it to be keyed in each time it is
switched on. To avoid the PIN being requested on switching on the telephone, press the
following keys in sequence: .
PUK and PUK 2 codes (8 digits)
The PUK Code (Personal Unblocking Key) is provided by the network operator or service
provider along with the SIM card, and is required for unblocking locked SIM cards.
The PUK 2 Code is only provided with some SIM cards and is required for changing or
unlocking PIN 2 Codes.
For further information, contact your network operator or service provider.
Password to bar calls
This 4-digit password is only required by the network service to bar calls. It is provided by
the network operator or service provider at the time of subscribing to the service.
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Making a call
Key in the telephone number, preceded by the area code, and press .
Information on the call status will be displayed and on completion the duration and cost
will be displayed.
NOTE: The cost shown is transmitted by the network or is calculated by the telephone on
the basis of data entered ( ).
International calls
Hold the key down until the ®sign is displayed.
Enter the country code, area code, and telephone number and press .
Example: to call the Rome number 06123456, enter + 39 06123456; to call the Paris number
123456 enter + 33 1 123456.
Automatic redialling
When a called number is found to be engaged, the telephone can be set to redial the
number 10 times automatically, by pressing after the message requesting you to
do so is displayed.
NOTE: To refuse the automatic redialling feature immediately (or later while the attempts
are being made) press .
Correcting entering errors
To delete the last character displayed, press +.
To cancel the display altogether hold down .
Recalling a number in the phone book
For information relating to storing names and numbers see the “Using the phone book”
Chapter.
Rapid dialling
Enter the position number against which the telephone number was stored in the phone
book and press .
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One-key dialling
Hold the position number key (from 1 to 9) down, that relates to the position in which the
telephone number was stored in the phone book. The display will read Call and, where
stored, the name of the person being called will also be displayed.
Sending DTMF tones
DTMF multi-frequency signals allow you to communicate with answering machines, computerised telephone systems, etc.. Inserting pauses and waits in selecting DTMF tones is
therefore useful for gaining access to certain services.
The DTMF tones are active (unless deactivated using ) and may be sent
as explained below.
Where invalid sequences are sent, the display will read Wrong Input.
When making a call containing pauses and/or waits, it is possible to end the transmission
of DTMF tones by pressing or +.
If the DTMF tones have been deactivated a DTMF sequence can be emitted by pressing
, scrolling using , and confirming Send DTMF by pressing .
After entering at least one number, to enter tone pauses and/or waits, press the . key
in quick succession. The display will first show the symbol P (pause) and then W (wait).
Where the / and .keys are used to scroll up and down or to the left and right, P is
entered by pressing the 7 key in quick succession. W is entered by pressing 9 in quick
succession.
It is possible to emit a sequence of DTMF tones before making a call. Enter the telephone
number, then the symbol P followed by the DTMF sequence.
Once completed, dialling can follow immediately or be stored in the usual way.
NOTE: Waits always continue until is pressed before proceeding.
Pauses proceed automatically after 3 seconds.
Pauses and waits cannot be set at the beginning of a number.
The P command cannot be inserted in succession.
Storing of pauses and waits depends on the SIM card used. Not all cards are enabled to
offer these features.
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Notes during a call
While a conversation is in progress, it is possible to enter a telephone number to be
called later or to be stored. If the number is simply entered, it will appear on the display a
few seconds after completion of the call.
Answering a call
When a call is received, the telephone begins to ring, and the text >>>CALL<<< flashes
on the display.
If the caller can be identified, the display will also show their telephone number (or name
if this is stored in the phone book).
Press to answer, *to silence the ring, and, .to reject the call.
To end the call press For further information see the “Main Menu” Chapter.
Automatic answering ()
If this feature has been activated ( ) incoming calls will be answered automatically after about 6 seconds, without pressing any key. When the automatic answering
feature is activated, the display shows the icon .
Setting loudspeaker volume
The loudspeaker volume can be set using the / (increase) and . (decrease) keys,
only while a conversation is in progress and where held down for 1 second.
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Activating and deactivating the microphone
The microphone can be activated/deactivated by pressing for a second (only during a
conversation). The display will read: Phone muted.
Protecting the keyboard (C)
Protecting the keyboard prevents accidental or involuntary pressing of keys, including the
key.
To lock the keyboard. With the display on stand-by, hold the / key down. The display
will show the symbol C.
To unlock the keyboard press / for one second, followed by If the automatic keyboard locking feature has been activated ( ) the keyboard will be locked whenever a key is not pressed within 30 seconds.
NOTE: When the keyboard protection feature has been activated, calls can only be made
to emergency numbers.
Self-locking (;)
If this feature has been activated ( ) a code will be requested (that
preset by the manufacturer is 1 2 3) to access certain services (outgoing calls, access to
the phone book, the Message menu and various menu features).
Once the correct code has been entered, the Self-locking feature is deactivated. To reactivate, hold down the key.
When the self-locking feature is active, the display will show the symbol ;.
Cancelling units in credit
Press + to cancel the amount of units remaining. To access the cost control feature,
press ( ).
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PNP (Private Numbering Plan)
Where provided by the network operator or service provider, this feature allows calls to
be made without entering the entire telephone number. Instead only a few digits that have
been agreed with the network operator or service provider are entered.
To activate the service press:
. [n] /.
To deactivate the service press:
/ [n] /.
To view the state of the service (active/inactive) press:
./ [n] /.
[n] is the number on the keyboard between 0 and 9 that corresponds to the box (group of
telephone numbers) number made available by and agreed with the network operator or
service provider.
The network operator assigns a group of telephone numbers to each box, that can be
called by entering a short number of a few digits.
For example: A PNP call to number 123 (which corresponds to a complete telephone
number) stored in the network operator’s box no. 2:
..
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5. Managing calls
The telephone has call management features that can be used while a call is in progress.
During a call the list of available conversation management commands can be accessed
by pressing .
If a second call arrives while one is in progress, the display shows the message Call
waiting accompanied by an acoustic signal.
If the key is pressed, a three-option menu will appear (use to select one of the options, then to confirm).
Swap to waiting
The incoming call is taken, putting the first call on hold.
If you wish to return to the first call, press and then .
Accept waiting
Take the incoming call, and end the first call.
Reject waiting
Reject the incoming call and continue with the one in progress.
During a call, further options may be available:
Swap to [n]
Exchange with call [n]
Retrieve to [n]
Return to call [n]
Disconnect [n]
Ends call [n] which may also be a multi-conference call
Swap to multi
Adds the call to a multi-conference
Split to [n]
During a multi-conference call, allows you to speak to caller
[n] in private
Send DTMF
Allows figures to be written and sent in DTMF
Info [n]
Provides information on call [n]
ECT
Where provided by the network operator, this feature allows
you to conclude a conversation with two callers, and permit
them to continue speaking to each other
Standard Menu
Allows access to the Main Menu
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6. Using call logging
The telephone can store the information relating to the most recent calls received and
missed. Information relating to the most recent calls made is stored on the SIM card.
NOTE: When the SIM card is changed, this data is removed from the call log.
On pressing s the display will show the following information on calls made ((¨):
(¨
N/N
01/01/2000
00:00
N/N indicates the call number out of the total number of calls in the call log, 01/01/2000
and 00:00 indicate date and time the call was made respectively .
The telephone number (if available) will appear in the centre of the display, followed by
the name, if this is stored in the phone book. The number displayed can be stored in the
phone book, by simply pressing ) and entering the name to be associated to the number. To confirm press .
The list of calls can be scrolled using or the keys /and..
Most recent calls made ((¨)
The telephone can store the last 20 calls made.
Press the key twice to call the last number entered, or press once and scroll the
list of calls made using the /and. keys or the key.
To make a call to the number selected, press .
Most recent calls missed (´)
The telephone can store the last 20 calls missed. Missed calls can be viewed by pressing
when the message N [n] Missed appears on the display. The calls can be scrolled
using the / and . keys or the key. To call the number displayed, press
.
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7. Using the phone book
Telephone numbers and related names can be stored on the SIM card, using the phone
book feature.
The number of memory positions available on the SIM card varies, depending on the type
of SIM card provided by the network operator or service provider.
Storing names and numbers
Adding a name and number
M With the telephone on stand-by, enter the telephone number.
N Press )
O Enter the name and press .
P Enter a memory position or accept the memory position automatically assigned by the
telephone (first available position). Confirm by pressing .
The message Record written will be displayed.
NOTE: If a position that is already full is entered, the display will read Replace?
Confirm by pressing or exit by pressing .
If confirmed, the content of the memory position will be deleted.
Entering names
All the letters of the alphabet can be entered. For example use key 3 to enter the letters
D, E, F as follows:
• Press once to enter a “D”
• Press twice to enter an “E”
• Press three times to enter an “F”
• Press four times to enter a “2”
NOTE: To enter a small case letter, hold any numeric key down. All subsequent letters
will be in lower case until a key is held down again. The upper/lower case status is indicated by an icon in the centre of the display.
The other letters are selected in the same way.
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Correcting a name/number
To edit:
M Use the key to move the cursor to the left, and the key to move it to the right,
until the character to the right of the character to be cancelled.
N Press + to cancel the character.
NOTE: If you hold + down, the entire content of the display will be cancelled.
Characters available
Use the following table as a reference guide for producing characters (for each key the
upper line contains the upper case characters, and the lower line the lower case characters).
Space 1 , . : ; ! ¡ ? ¿ ’ @ # $ £ ¥ % & *( ) - + = < > " / _ ¤ §
Space 1 , . : ; ! ¡ ? ¿ ’ @ # $ £ ¥ % & *( ) - + = < > " / _ ¤ §
A B C 2 Ä Ç Å Æ
A b c 2 ä à Ç å æ
D E F 3
d e f 3
G H I 4 + { ¦ } ~
g h i 4 ì ] \ [ ^
J K L 5 j k l 5
M N O 6 Ñ Ö Ø m n o 6 ñ ò 3 ö
P Q R S 7 P q r s 7
T U V 8 Ü
t u v 8 ù ü
W X Y Z 9 = ,
w x y z 9
0 +
0 +
(N)
(N)
È û è é
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Recalling a telephone number from the phone book
Searching by name
To recall a telephone number from the phone book based on the initial of the name
against which it was stored:
M Press ).
N Enter the initial letter of the stored name.
OR
Scroll the names listed in the phone book on the SIM card, using the . and / keys.
O Press to make the call.
NOTE: When you are in the memory position in the phone book, press to move
onto the position number, and then onto the telephone number. Press + to change the
number, then press to confirm the edited number. When the message Replace?
appears, store the edited number by pressing or reject by pressing .
Searching by position
If you know the position in which a telephone number is stored, the number can be recalled as follows:
M Press ).
N Press once to move to the position indicator, then scroll the phone book positions using the .and / keys, or enter the position number and press .
Make the call by pressing .
If you wish to view the contents of a memory position before making a call, simply enter
the memory position number and then the / key.
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Phone book menu
This menu can be accessed by pressing ) and then for one second.
The options on the Phone book Menu include:
After requesting a second confirmation (Delete?), this alDelete record
lows the content of the memory position selected to be deleted
New record
Allows new numbers to be added to the phone book
Fixed Dial
Displays the status (On / Off) of FDN – Fixed Dialling
Numbers
SIM Info
Provides information on the SIM card, such as: phase, number of ADN (Abbreviated Dialling Numbers), and MAX to indicate the maximum number of characters available for entering names and telephone numbers
MAIN MENU
Allows access to the “Main Menu”
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8. Message Menu
Access the Message menu by pressing *.
This menu allows you to send and receive SMS (Short Message Service) messages, to
receive Cell Broadcast messages sent to all subscribers in a particular area by the network, as well as to gain access to the call mailbox feature.
To send SMS messages, the SMS Service Centre number must be entered. This number
is provided by the network operator or service provider.
NOTE: SMS and Cell Broadcast messages are services that may not be supported by the
network. Consult your network operator or service provider in this regard.
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Structure of the “Message” Menu
MESSAGES
zM Messages
yX Write new
y1 Send
y2 Store
y3 Send and store
y4 Parameters
yY Received
yZ Written
y[ Parameters
y1...5 User defined
y1 Name
y2 SMS Center Number
y3 Validity
y4 Destination
y5 Protocol identification
y6 Default
y6 Telephone Parameters
y1 Name
y2 SMS Center Number
y3 Validity
y4 Destination
y5 Protocol identification
y6 Default
y\ Automatic Deletion
y1 On
y2 Off
y] Reply Path
y1 On
y2 Off
y^ Report
y1 On
y2 Off
y_ SMS Information
zN Call Mailbox
y Call ?
zO Broadcast
yX Activation
y1 Off
y2 On
yY Subject
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In the Message menu the Soft Keys provide further features on the basis of the
symbol shown above them on the display:
Enlarge and scroll the contents of a message.
Reply to a message received, or update one already written.
Enter the message
Enter the telephone number
Exit from the menu
Move to the next subject on the same menu level.
Messages (* )
Write new (* )
Firstly, this feature allows you to enter the destination telephone number (or to recall a
number directly from the phone book by pressing ) ), when the display reads Send to:
and then, having confirmed by pressing , you can write the text for the message
(maximum 160 characters):
[n]
The counter [n] on the display indicates the number of characters that can still be inserted in writing the SMS message.
Pressing allows you to pass from entering the text to entering the destination
telephone number and vice versa.
The text characters are entered in the same way as that described for entering names in
the phone book.
To enter a series of numbers in the text, press for a second: the top centre of the display will read: .
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As soon as the text for the new SMS message has been confirmed, (by pressing )
the following options can be accessed:
Send ()
To send the message immediately.
The display will read Message sent if the message has been transmitted correctly, or
Message not sent (with the reason) if it has not been transmitted correctly.
Store ()
To store a message without sending it (it can be sent at a later date).
Send and store ()
To send and store the message.
Parameters ()
To assign the Parameters ( ) while entering the SMS message, as described
later in this manual.
Received (* )
When a new text message is received, the telephone emits an acoustic signal and displays the following image:
After a few seconds the image disappears and the symbol ! remains on the display to
indicate that a new message that has not been read has been received.
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To read the new SMS message press *.
The following message settings will appear:
(§
N/N
01/01/2000
00:00
N/N indicates the number of the current SMS message out of the total number stored.
01/01/2000 indicates the date the SMS message was received, and 00:00 indicates the
time it was received.
The sender’s telephone number is displayed, and if this is stored in the phone book, the
sender’s name.
To read and scroll the SMS message’s content press .
To return to the message settings or to the Messages menu, press .
To scroll the list of SMS messages (indicated by N/N) press . and /.
To delete a message hold the + key down until the display reads Delete?. Confirm by
pressing or cancel using .
To read a message that has already been read, press * .
NOTE: Some network operators or service providers send particular SMS messages
called Class 0 SMS messages.
These messages are displayed automatically but are not stored on the SIM card (and are
thus deleted automatically when the telephone is switched off).
To reply to the message, press . The display will show:
Enter your message. Enter the destination telephone number (if not included, or different
from that of the sender) by pressing .
Confirm by pressing then press again to send.
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Written (* )
To read messages written and stored previously.
Parameters (* )
Before sending your first SMS message, all the data required to activate this feature must
be entered, or at least the SMS Service Centre Number provided by the Network operator or service provider. If these are not changed, these parameters remain valid for successive SMS messages received.
NOTE: Different parameters for the transmission of SMS messages can be set from the
User defined position (scrolling by pressing [...]).
The number of parameters that can be stored depends on the SIM card.
The Telephone Parameters (* ) option stores the parameters in the
telephone’s memory and not on the SIM card.
Name (* [User defined 1...5] )
This allows a name to be allocated to the parameter, such as the network operator or
service provider’s name. This is useful in that it allows a set profile comprising data entered in the next five sub-menus (Service Center Number, Validity, Destination, Protocol, Default) to be associated to each parameter, when working with a
number of parameters.
Once the name has been entered, confirm by pressing .
Service Center Number (* [User defined 1...5] )
Enter the SMS Service Centre Number provided by the network operator or service provider. The SMS Service Centre Number can also be viewed by pressing * when a message has been received or written.
NOTE: Do not confuse this number with the destination telephone number.
Validity (* [User defined 1...5] )
This service allows the length of time (minutes, hours, days, weeks) the SMS message is to be stored by the SMS Service Centre. To move between the sections press
and use . and / to change the unit of time.
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NOTE: If the maximum time entered exceeds that set by the SMS Service Centre, the
time will automatically be reduced to meet the latter.
Destination (* [User defined 1...5] )
This feature allows the destination telephone numbers for all new SMS messages to be
stored.
The number appears automatically under Send to: when you are compiling a new SMS
message, while it is always possible to change this by pressing +.
This feature is particularly useful when you send a number of messages to the same destination.
Once the destination telephone number has been entered, confirm by pressing or
exit without confirming by pressing .
Protocol (* [User defined 1...5] )
This network service allows an SMS Message to be converted into other formats such as:
Class 0 SMS, ISDN and PSTN Services, Pagers, e-mail, Fax, etc..
NOTE: Only change the preset value 0_Text after having contacted the network operator or service provider’s SMS Service Centre.
Default (* [User defined 1...5] )
This feature automatically sets all of the parameters defined in the previous menus.
Where there are a number of profiles stored, it allows you to choose and apply (until another is defined as being the default) the most suitable on the basis of the SMS Service
Centre used, the destination telephone number, the protocol that you intend using, etc. .
Automatic deletion (* )
This allows automatic deletion of SMS Messages that have been read to be activated or
deactivated.
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Reply Path (* )
This is a network service that allows an SMS message to be sent in reply, using the same
SMS Service Centre as the sender. To activate press * .
Report (* )
This network service allows you to obtain confirmation from the SMS Service Centre that
your SMS message has been received. To activate press * .
NOTE: Check whether this service is offered free of charge or against payment by contacting your network operator or service provider.
Information (* )
Provides information on SMS messages on the SIM card. The first line indicates the number of messages on the card and the maximum number allowed, the second line indicates
the number of SMS messages received, while the third line shows the number of written
and stored messages.
NOTE: Since all SMS messages (Written and Received) are stored on the SIM card,
these use up memory space. It is therefore advisable to delete them when you decide not
to use them.
Call Mailbox (* )
This feature allows you to listen to voice messages stored in your own mailbox or answering machine.
To access the call mailbox service, the number provided by your network operator or
service provider must be entered. Alternatively enter the number for your own answering
machine.
Enter the Mailbox number, confirm by pressing and call the call mailbox number
when the display shows Call? by pressing .
Press to edit the answering machine number.
To exit without making the call press .
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Broadcast (* )
The network operator or service provider sends messages to all subscribers in an area
using the Cell Broadcast service.
NOTE: The Cell Broadcast number, and language used for the subjects it deals with are
strictly dependent on the type of SIM card used. These vary on the basis of the type of
service set up by the network operator or service provider.
The Cell Broadcast service and the related menu are only available in GSM mode.
Activation (* )
If confirmed when is pressed, this feature offers the following options:
Off (* ), Cell Broadcast messages are not displayed.
On (* ), Cell Broadcast messages are displayed.
Subject (* )
Various subjects can be chosen for Cell Broadcast messages.
M Choose the subject by scrolling using or using . and /.
N Confirm by pressing .
NOTE: Setting a specific subject means that only Cell Broadcast messages dealing with
that subject will be received. To receive all Cell Broadcast messages, set All on the
Subject sub-menu.
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9. Main Menu
The way the telephone operates can be modified to suit your specific needs using the
Main Menu.
The features are divided into the main menu (first level) and various sub-menus (lower
levels) which are accessible by pressing and following the indications given by using
the Soft Keys.
It is possible to change the settings for the various features on each menu and sub-menu.
Menus and sub-menus are accessible via both the Dialogue Method and the Numbering
Method.
Dialogue Method
M Press to access the menu feature.
N Press to scroll the menu items, until the required section is found.
OR
press (scrolling down) or (scrolling up).
O Once the required section has been found press WR DFFHVV WKH FRUUHVSRQG
LQJVXEPHQXRUWRFRQILUPWKHFKRLFH.
OR
Briefly press to exit and return to the previous menu level without changing any
settings.
Hold down to exit the menu feature altogether, and to return to the display on
stand-by.
NOTE: In some cases, after an option has been selected, one of the following requests
will be displayed: Security Code, Insert PIN, Insert PIN2.
In these cases enter the code requested and press .
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Numbering method
The menus, sub-menus, and settings are all numbered, with the number appearing in the
top right of the display.
To access a menu feature using the corresponding number, press followed by the corresponding menu, sub-menu and setting numbers. For example, press and then to activate the Answer mode: automatic setting.
Network services
Some menu features correspond to network services that can only be used if provided by
the network operator or service provider that supplied your SIM card.
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Menu Structure
The menu structure is represented below. Access is gained by pressing .
Under the various sections of the “Main menu”, the various sub-menu levels can be found.
To access the lower levels, press when the section is indicated. The menu level
displayed is indicated by the number at the top right of the display.
To move between the sections at the same menu level press (only to move down)
or . and / (for down and up respectively).
Starting from the “Main menu” menu, the three Soft Keys - - provide further features on the basis of the symbol shown above them on the display.
Other choices are available
Consult the network for the status of an option
Move to the next section of the same menu
Move to the next menu section
Make the call to the number indicated
Enlarge or scroll the information on the display
Exit the current menu level
MAIN MENU (overall view)
MAIN MENU
zL Network services
zM List of Calls
zN Audio
zO Settings
zP Call control
zQ Clock
Caption
zR Phone information
M=
1st menu level
zS Security
X=
2nd menu level
zT Call divert
1=
3rd menu level
zU Networks
1=
4th menu level
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MAIN MENU
zL Network services
zc List of Calls
yn All
yo Unanswered
yp Received
yq Outgoing
zd Audio
yn Ringing
y1 Tone (User defined, Standard 1...19)
y2 Volume
y1 Off
y2 Low
y3 Medium
y4 High
y5 Incremental
yo Keypad volume
y1 Off
y2 Low
y3 High
yp Warning tones
y1 On
y2 Off
yq Service Beep
y1 On
y2 Only No Service
y3 Off
yr DTMF
y1 On
y2 Off
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MAIN MENU ze Settings
ynDisplay
y1 Brightness
y2 Brightness Time
y1 Off
y2 Short
y3 Long
y3 Text
y1 Personalized
y2 Date
y4 Welcome
y5 Set contrast
yo Language
y1Automatic
y2English
y3Italiano
y4Español
y5Français
y6Deutsch
y7 Português
y8... Other languages
ypCall Waiting
y1 On
y2 Off
y3Status
yqKeypad Lock
y1 On
y2 Off
yrAnswer Mode
y1 One key
y2 Automatic
y3Any key
zf Call Control
yn0LQXWHbeep
y1 On
y2 Off
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MAIN MENU
zf Call Control
yo&DOODuration
y1/ast call
y2Received
y3Outgoing
y4Total time
y5&OHDUWLPHUV
ypCharging
y1 Last call
y2 All calls
y3&RVWFRQWURO
y4Reset
y5Units account
yqSend own number
y1 Send
y2 Don’t send
y31HWGHIDXOW
yrCUG
y1 CUG Index
y2 Suppress CUG
y3Suppress OA
ysNITZ
y1 Enable
y2 Disable
zgClock
yn Set
y1 Enter Time, Date, Day
yo Alarm
y1 Time
y1 On
y2 Off
yp Date format
y1 dd/mm/yy
y2 mm/dd/yy
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MAIN MENU
zh3KRQHInformation
yn Own number
yo IMEI
ypSoftware
yqSIM Information
yrTotal life
zi Security
ynPIN control
y1 Change PIN1
y2 Change PIN2
y3 PIN Request
y1 Enable
y2 Disable
yo Telephone security (requires the security code to be entered)
y1 Type
y1 On
y2 Off
y3 SIM List
y2 Delete list
y3 Change code
y4 Autoblock
y1 On
y2 Off
y3 Change Code
y5 Use default
yp Call barring
y1 Outgoing (Outgoing calls, International, Only domestic)
y2 Incoming (Incoming calls, International)
y3 Cancel (Incoming calls, International, Outgoing calls,
International, Only domestic)
y4 Change code
yq Fixed dial
y1 On
y2 Off
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MAIN MENU
zj Call divert
yn Divert Always
y1 All teleservices
y2 Speech
y3 Fax
y4 Asynchronous data
yo Missed Calls
y1If busy
y2If unreached
y3,IQRUHSO\
y4 All missed
yp Cancel
y1$OO
y20LVVHGFDOOV
y3If busy
y4 If unreached
y5If no reply
zk Networks
yn Net Search
yo Selection
y1 Automatic
y2 Manual
yp Network list
yq Home network
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Network services ( )
The presence, name and configuration, and the number and type of features offered on
this menu depends on the SIM card used.
Contact the network operator or service provider to obtain information on services
offered.
List of Calls ( )
Allows the last 20 outgoing ((¨) and last 20 answered incoming calls ((§) or unanswered calls (µ) to be displayed.
Also refer to the “Using call logging” Chapter.
The options available are: All ( ) to display all calls in the memory, Unanswered ( ) to display only incoming calls that were not answered, Received
( ) to display incoming calls answered, and Outgoing ( ) to display
all the calls made.
To display the sequence of telephone calls press . and / or .
To make a call to a selected number press .
Audio ( )
This menu contains 5 sub-menus: Ringing, Keypad
volume, Warning
Tones,
Service Beep and DTMF.
Under Ringing ( ) the Tone ( ) can be used to set the type of
acoustic signal to be used to indicate an incoming call, and its Volume ( ):
Off, Low, Medium, High and Progressive.
When Tone is selected, keys . and / can be used to choose the various melodies
(Standard 1...19) available. Alternatively, using the To be defined option and
pressing , a personal melody may be created.
Enter the notes required (maximum of 80 including pauses) and confirm. The composition
of a note presupposes the obligatory entering of its duration and sharps where required.
By pressing the same key a second time the letter changes from upper to lower case indicating a change of octave (higher frequencies). The sharp must be placed immediately
after the letter. The length of notes and pauses can be lengthened by pushing keys and respectively, a number of times (to a maximum of four). Movement within the
composition is achieved by pressing the . and / keys. Any errors are indicated by
an acoustic signal and the cursor automatically moves to the first wrong note. The key
reproduces the composition.
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Display
Action
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
#
LA
TI
DO
RE
MI
FA
SOL
Sharp YFRI
Note length
‡žH
Pause length
Key
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
The other options in the sub-menu make it possible to set the Keypad Volume ( ), the options being (Off, Low, High), the Warning Tones ( ) which indicate the connection to the line, the switching on and off of the telephone, the connection
and disconnection of the battery charger, as well as a low charge in the battery.
Using Service Beep ( ) the tones that indicate the absence or presence of
radio signals, or the absence of cover can be activated.
The DTMF ( ) option allows you to send the tone corresponding to the key
pushed in multi-frequency transmissions immediately.
Settings ( )
Display ( )
This function allows the display Brightness ( ) to be set using the .
and / keys. The duration of this lighting after the last key is pressed can be set using
Brightness Time ( ). It is also possible to set the Text ( ) that will appear on the display when on stand-by, choosing between Personalized
(maximum 16 characters) and Date. The Welcome ( ) option allows a welcome message to be entered when the telephone is switched on. Finally, Contrast (
) allows the display contrast to be set.
NOTE: If the personalised text exceeds 16 characters it will scroll on the display. The
maximum length is 40 characters.
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Language ( )
This feature allows the language in which display messages will appear to be chosen.
When Automatic ( ) is selected, the telephone automatically recognises
the nationality of the SIM card, and displays the messages in the jargon associated with
this language (provided the language is stored in the telephone) .
Call Waiting ( )
When activated ( this network service allows you to be notified of a call
waiting during a conversation, by means of an acoustic signal. To deactivate press , to check the Status of the service (On or Off) press .
Keypad Lock ( )
This feature allows automatic locking of the keyboard following 30 seconds of inactivity.
Unlocking and manual locking is done by pressing / for 1 second and then .
Answer Mode ( )
This allows the mode in which incoming calls are answered to be set. If One Key ( ) is chosen it is possible to answer calls only by pressing . In Automatic (
) the telephone will answer automatically after about 6 seconds. Any key (
) allows you to answer by pressing any key excepting , , &.
Call Control ( )
Minute beep ( )
This feature activates an acoustic signal to mark each minute of conversation.
Call Duration ( )
This feature indicates the duration of the Last call ( ), of all the calls Received ( ), of Outgoing calls ( ), as well as total conversation time (Total Time ).
The Reset ( ) option allows all counters to be reset on confirmation by
pressing .
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Charging ( )
This network service indicates the amount debited for the Last call made ( ) and for All calls ( ).
The Cost Control ( ) option allows you to set the currency and amount
for each unit. This requires the PIN 2 to be entered first.
The Reset ( ) option along with entering the PIN 2 resets all calculations,
while Units account ( ) allows the number of units to be limited to a
maximum preset number, upon expiry of which the call will be interrupted.
NOTE: This feature depends on the SIM card and the network operator or service provider.
Send own number ( )
This service allows you to choose whether to Send ( ) or Don’t send
( ) your own telephone number for all outgoing calls. Choosing Automatic ( ), the network’s settings remain unchanged.
CUG (Closed User Group) ( )
This network feature allows calls to be made to one or more groups of pre-defined users.
CUG Index ( ) permits the code attributed to a group of users by the network operator or service provider to be set.
Where activated, the Suppress CUG ( ) feature does not allow user
groups other than those set as preferred to be called.
Where activated the Suppress OA ( ) feature, does not allow users not
belonging to the selected group to be called.
NOTE: When making calls outside of your own group, the code for the new group must
be entered in the CUG Index.
NITZ (Network Identity Time Zone) ( )
A network service that allows you to see the time in the zone you are in without having to
change the relevant menu, where enabled ( ).
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Clock ( )
Set ( )
This feature always sets the time (always shown in the top right of the display) the date
and the day of the week, in that order.
To move from one number to another press .
To scroll the values press the . and / keys, or .
Alarm ( )
The alarm works even when the telephone is switched off.
The alarm time can be set, and subsequently it can be activated ( ) or not
( ). To switch the alarm off press any key. The display will read Switch
on? Which can be confirmed by pressing or the telephone can be left off by pressing .
Date Format ( )
This feature sets the date format as: day - month - year ( ) or as
month – day – year ( ).
Phone Information ( )
Own number ( )
Allows your own telephone number stored on the SIM card to be displayed. Should the
display read Own number: enter your own number and confirm by pressing .
NOTE: Not all SIM cards allow your own number to be written on them. Ask your network
operator or service provider whether this feature is available with your SIM card.
IMEI ( )
This displays the telephone’s serial number. Should the telephone be lost or stolen, this number
(printed on a card on the box when it’s sold) should be given to your network operator or service
provider to bar the use of the telephone on GSM or satellite networks that offer this service.
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Software ( )
Displays the telephone’s software version.
SIM Information ( )
Displays the SIM phase (1 or 2), followed by the country code (MCC) and GSM network
code (MNC) one after the other.
Total life ( )
Displays the total time of calls received and made. This cannot be reset.
Security ( )
PIN control ( )
This feature allows the 4-8 digit PIN code to be personalised, by changing PIN 1 ( ) and PIN 2 ( . Where the SIM card permits, the PIN Request
( ) feature allows the PIN request on switching on the telephone to be enabled or disabled.
Phone security ( )
Access to this sub-menu is subject to the security code (set by the manufacturer as
000000) being correctly entered.
Once the security code has been entered (represented by a series of asterisks) and confirmed by pressing , the following options are offered: Type ( ) to activate or deactivate the request for the security code each time the telephone is switched
on, or to allow the telephone to work only with one of the last 10 SIM cards inserted (
). Delete List ( ), is used to cancel the list of the last
10 SIM cards inserted. Change Code ( ) allows the security code to be
changed. Autoblock ( ) activates or deactivates automatic locking and is
used for editing the relative code (set by the manufacturer as 1 2 3).
The Default ( ) option allows all the factory settings to be reinstated.
Call barring ( )
This network service allows Outgoing ( ) calls to be barred, and the
Code to be requested. Press + for information regarding the status of call barring: all
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the Outgoing calls, International calls, and calls within the country (Only domestic). It is also possible to select the type of calls you intend to bar (All, Voice,
Fax, SMS, Asynchronous Data).
It is possible to bar Incoming ( ) calls, using to choose whether to
bar all Incoming calls or International calls. It is also possible to select the type
of call you intend barring.
Using Delete ( ) the call bar can be eliminated.
Change code ( ) allows you to change the access code for call barring.
NOTE: When requested to Enter code enter the code provided by the network operator or service provider to bar calls.
Fixed dial ( )
This feature calls for PIN2 and, when activated ( ), permits calls to be
made only to telephone numbers stored in the fixed dial number (FDN) memory. It also
only allows numbers in the FDN memory to be recalled.
NOTE: FDN feature numbers are only stored on the SIM card, and can only be edited using the PIN 2 code.
Call divert ( )
Divert Always ( )
This network service allows incoming calls to be diverted to another telephone number.
Before activating the call deviation feature, the number to which the calls must be diverted must be entered.
Using the key it is possible to divert calls depending on the type of service: All
calls, only Voice, Fax and Asynchronous Data calls.
Missed calls ( )
This network service allows calls that are unanswered to be diverted (if engaged, not
reached, if there is no reply, and all missed calls) and on the basis of the type of call. Before activating this feature the number to which the calls must be diverted is to be entered.
NOTE: The option of diverting calls that are Missed must include the time lapse before
these are to be diverted.
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Cancel ( )
Deletes all diversions activated or the various types of diversion activated (all calls,
missed calls, if busy, if not reached, if no reply is received).
Networks ( )
Net search ( )
This feature searches for 900 MHz GSM networks in the area in which it is being used if it
is in GSM mode.
The icon H with a network’s name indicates that it is not possible to subscribe to that network.
The icon 7 with a network’s name indicates that, that network issued the SIM card.
The icon 3 with a network’s name indicates that, that network permits roaming.
Using or the . and / keys, choose a network and confirm by pressing to register the telephone with that network.
NOTE: In satellite mode, pressing will launch a search for network operators
and service providers that offer the Globalstar network in the geographical area in which
you are using the telephone.
Selection ( )
This feature activates the Automatic selection of the network. Where this function is active ( ) the telephone automatically searches the network, if it is not activated ( ) the network will have to be set manually when the telephone is
switched on or when the network signal is lost.
Network List ( )
This feature allows the insertion of networks onto a SIM card to provide a priority list that
the telephone will follow when searching for a network in the absence of that provided by
the network that issued the SIM card.
Press to scroll the network search priority list. Using the key, highlight the
Empty section, and press to display the preset networks that may be added to the
priority list.
The . and / keys can be used to scroll the list.
Press to add the selected network to the priority list.
By holding + down, it is possible to cancel a network from the priority list after being
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asked for confirmation.
Home Network ( )
This feature displays the network operator that issued the SIM card.
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10. Satellite Menu
The Satellite Menu gives quick access to satellite features.
The Satellite Menu can be accessed by briefly pressing (.
To move between the GSM and Satellite modes quickly, hold the ( key down.
MODE
zc Mode
ynGS
yoGSM
ypGS, then GSM
yqGSM, then GS
NOTE: The telephone’s four operating modes will only come into effect on switching the
telephone on again after having been set.
If you are using a SIM card issued by a GSM operator, the Satellite Menu will be displayed in the following form.
MODE
zc Mode
ynGS
yoGSM
ypGSM, then GS
Mode (( )
GS (( )
If this feature is selected the telephone will only use the Globalstar satellite network.
When you are in satellite mode and the LED is permanently lit (see page 12) the display
will show the symbol:
GSM (( )
If you choose this mode, the telephone will only access the GSM cellular network.
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GS then GSM (( )
If this feature is selected, the telephone will try to connect to the Globalstar satellite network.
If it is not able to access a satellite, the telephone will automatically switch over to a cellular mode.
NOTE: Normally every 30 minutes (although this time may be changed by the network operator) the telephone will search for the Globalstar satellite network. If it is successful in
finding it, the telephone will connect to this network, otherwise it will remain on the GSM
land-bound network.
GSM then GS (( )
Where this feature is selected, the telephone will try to connect to the GSM land-bound
network.
If it is not possible to connect to a GSM network, the telephone will connect to the Globalstar satellite network.
NOTE: Normally every 30 minutes (although this time may be changed by the network operator) the telephone will search for the GSM land-bound signal. If it finds the signal it will
connect to the GSM network, if not it will remain on the Globalstar satellite network.
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Technical characteristics
Dual Mode Satellite / GSM 900 MHz, Phase II, Telephone
Dimensions:
Weight:
Standard battery:
Standby:
Conversation:
Data Transmission:
Satellite Antenna:
SIM Card:
Temperature:
224 x 65,5 x 50 mm
415 g (con batteria standard)
Lithium Ions (1600 mAh)
GSM
83 hours
Satellite
10 hours*
GSM
9,5 hours
Satellite
3,5 hours
9600 bps (cellular and satellite mode)
rotating with three position locking
“plug-in” type
- 10 °C / + 55 °C
* Up to 24 hours where the satellite network offers the Slotted Mode Paging feature
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