Samsung | SGH-E800 | Samsung SGH-E800 User Manual

guide
to using your Samsung E800
This guide will get you up and running with your Samsung E800 in no time.
welcome
Before using your phone, please remember to register with Orange.
The getting started section of this guide will take you through inserting your
SIM Card and using the main features of your phone for the first time.
The guide shows you more about specific applications and services, as well
as how to use your phone’s more advanced features.
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contents
getting started
making calls
manage your contacts
register with Orange ....................................10
insert your SIM Card ...................................12
plug in and charge ......................................13
outside your Samsung E800........................14
lock your keys .............................................18
your Home screen .......................................19
soft keys .....................................................20
explore the menus.......................................21
make your first call ......................................23
receive your first call....................................24
adjust the volume ........................................25
create your first contact...............................26
create your first contact...............................27
take your first photograph ...........................28
send your first Photo Message ....................29
send your first text message........................30
access Orange World ..................................32
answer a call ..............................................36
redialling a number .....................................36
take two calls at the same time ..................37
speak to someone privately ........................38
sending key tones ......................................39
call back a missed number .........................39
conference calls .........................................40
removing a conference member .................41
using two different lines ..............................42
know who is calling you .............................43
Orange service directory .............................44
activate the loudspeaker ............................44
reduce background noise ...........................45
store names and numbers ...........................48
where are phonebook details stored? ............49
store a number from Home screen .............49
search for a contact ...................................50
delete unwanted contacts ..........................51
copy contacts ............................................52
Memory Mate .............................................53
speed dialling .............................................54
editing speed-dial entries ...........................54
caller groups ..............................................55
set a ringtone for caller groups ...................56
manage your calls
Answer Phone messages .............................58
listening to your messages .........................58
use Answer Phone shortcuts .......................59
personalising your greeting .........................59
set up an Answer Phone PIN ......................60
listen to messages from another phone ...........60
divert calls ..................................................61
more information ........................................63
fixed dialling ...............................................63
Call barring ................................................65
Missed call alert .........................................66
call history ..................................................67
call length ..................................................67
messaging
Text Messaging ...........................................72
change to another text input mode .............73
attach a picture or sound ............................73
group text messages ..................................74
text message templates .............................75
to read a text message ..............................76
Orange Photo Messaging
Photo Messaging .......................................80
take a photo ..............................................80
zoom in ......................................................81
take a self portrait ......................................81
options when you take a photo ..................82
send a photo message ...............................83
using the camera options ...........................84
have a look at your photos .........................87
browse your photo albums .........................87
receive a photo message ...........................88
Orange Multi Media services
Orange World .............................................90
create your own Orange World ...................91
find your way using Orange World ..............92
share information .......................................93
read your Orange Emails ............................93
bookmark your favourite sites .....................94
browsing options ........................................95
empty your cache ......................................96
reset your wap settings ..............................97
What are my GPRS wap settings?...............97
set up text alerts ........................................98
Orange Plus menu .....................................98
listen to the news .......................................99
Orange Internet ........................................100
register with Orange Internet ....................100
manage your Orange account online ............101
manage your time
infrared ....................................................114
manage your photos and sounds .............115
keep track of important events ..................117
use the calendar ......................................118
set the time and date ...............................119
calculator .................................................120
stopwatch ................................................122
Orange Answer Fax ..................................123
personalise your phone
silence your phone ...................................106
slider tone ................................................106
adjust your other sound settings ...............107
personalise your caller groups ..................107
make the display your own .......................108
change language ......................................109
set a greeting message ............................110
assign a ringtone to your contacts ............111
games
games ......................................................126
wap games ..............................................128
security
Orange Care ............................................130
What if I enter the wrong PIN? ..................133
International services
international dialling codes .......................138
pay monthly customers ............................138
pay monthly check list ..............................139
pay as you go customers .........................140
pay as you go check list ...........................141
which countries can I call from .................141
select the partner network to use .............143
using your phone abroad ..........................143
reference
safety .......................................................148
radio waves and your phones ......................159
paperwork .................................................160
Orange Care terms and conditions ...............162
pay monthly terms and conditions ................180
pay as you go terms and conditions .............205
games terms and conditions .......................205
Declaration of conformity ..........................223
index
index.........................................................226
contact Orange .........................................232
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getting started
register with Orange
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Find the IMEI number on the sticker inside your Samsung E800.
register with Orange
If you are already with Orange and wish to register an upgraded phone, call 0800 079 0027.
You may need the number in future if your phone is lost or stolen
If you are new to Orange and will be paying monthly call 07973 100 980. If you are new to Orange and will be a
pay as you go customer, call 0800 079 0006. You can also register online at orange.co.uk/payasyougo/registration
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Find the SIM Card number on the back of your SIM Card.
After you register
Orange will update your SIM Card over the air with a text message. When you first turn your phone on, you will see the SIM
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If you are already with Orange when you register, you will be asked for your Orange password. If you are new to Orange
update message. You can leave it in your inbox until you are ready to delete it. Turn your phone off and back on again to
you should have a new password ready.
enable it to make your first call.
Contact Orange Customer services to register.
And lastly
When you apply to register on the Orange network, you and Orange agree to be bound by the Orange terms and
conditions set out in this guide. You may want to take time to read and consider them before you register.
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insert your SIM Card
plug in and charge
SIM Card
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1
Plug your charger into a mains socket.
the shop that you bought the phone from and ask for a SIM Card.
2
Insert the lead into the socket on the base of your phone.
Remove the SIM Card from its plastic surround by carefully pushing it out. Its contacts
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The battery indicator in the top right-hand corner of the display will show up
Look for the plastic card that is in your Orange box. If you can’t find it, the SIM Card may have
already been inserted into your phone. If it is not in your phone or your box, please return to
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are easily damaged so take care when doing this and try to avoid touching them.
to three bars while charging. Do not remove the battery cover while charging
your phone. The first charge must be for a minimum of 4 hours in order to
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Remove the battery cover. Insert your SIM Card between the two grooves starting with
achieve optimum performance.
the square end so that the cut off corner fits into the cut off corner of the surround.
The battery is built into the battery cover, so does not need to be fitted. Once you have inserted
your SIM Card, slide the battery/cover onto the three contact points and press down until it clicks.
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outside your Samsung E800
outside your Samsung E800
volume keys
switch on/end a call
navigation pad
Turn the volume
Press and hold for approximately
Move through the menu
up and down.
three seconds to switch your phone
options and access your
on, press to end a call or press when
home links by pressing
busy to put a call to your Orange
clear key
Answer Phone. Press to return to
To clear text when writing a
the Home screen at any time.
message or entering a contact.
.
soft keys
These control how you choose
answer a call
Answer a call or to make
a function and move through
the menus.
an outgoing call.
quiet mode key
Contacts key
To turn your phone to
For direct access to your
silent and back again.
Contacts homepage.
accessory connector socket
charger socket
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outside your Samsung E800
outside your Samsung E800
camera key
headphones socket
mirror
camera lens
When your phone is open,
Lift and peel back
Aim the camera lens
Take photos to send as
press and hold to open
button to plug in
for self portraits.
Orange Photo Messages
your viewfinder and to
your headphones.
or store on your phone.
take a photo.
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lock your keys
It’s a good idea to lock the keypad to avoid making calls by mistake.
your Home screen
The Home screen allows you direct access to the main features of your phone.
To lock the keypad, slide the E800 until it clicks together. You will see Keypad Locked in the display.
To unlock the keypad, slide the E800 into the open position.
Orange shortcuts
These symbols link you to four of the most frequently used features on the
Samsung E800. These are:
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Orange Plus
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Call history
■
Messages
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Camera
To access these features simply scroll to the specific icon using the navigation
pad and press
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in the centre of the pad.
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soft keys
On your display you will see which features the soft keys control. From the Home screen,
while
explore the menus
will access the Menu
accesses your Address book.
To access the main menu, press Menu from the Home
Call History
screen. Scroll with the navigation pad to find your way
Find out who has called you and when, then
around the menus. Each menu has its own set of
return the call or save their details.
From inside the menus, the soft key functions change according to the command shown above each key.
sub-menus. To access each menu, scroll to the one
You can return to the Home screen at any time from any menu simply by pressing
you want and press Select.
Games
Test your skills with SnowBallFight and
Bubblesmile.
Phone settings
Personalise your phone to suit your lifestyle.
Camera
Take photos and either send or keep them on
your phone.
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explore the menus
make your first call
Messages
Media album
Send Orange photo messages and text
View and organise all your photos and images.
messages to your friends.
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From the Home screen,
dial the number you want
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Press
■
to make the call.
You can also call a contact by selecting
Calendar
to call, but don’t forget to
Wap
Record your important events and set up alarms
use the full area code.
their name from your Contacts list.
Connect to the Orange portal for the latest
to remind you of appointments. Also includes
The dialler screen will
to access your Address book, then
updates and information on your service.
a calculator.
show you the number
select Find name. When you have found
you have entered.
the contact you want, press OK to view
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Orange Plus
Orange Plus contains special updates designed
From the Home screen press Contacts
the number.
■
Press
to make the call.
for your E800. Updates include lottery updates,
weather forecasts, horoscopes and Stock
Market information, plus links to Contacts.
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receive your first call
adjust the volume
You can adjust the volume while you are on
a call to hear your caller more clearly.
To adjust the volume:
When your phone rings,
press
to answer
1
the call.
Locate the volume control button on the
left-hand side of your phone.
2
To increase the volume press the top
arrow and to decrease it press the
bottom arrow.
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create your first contact
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2
To add a new contact to your
create your first contact
3
Choose what type of phone
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When selecting a number from your
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It may be worthwhile entering contact
phone’s memory, from the Home
number you’re saving – Mobile,
contacts list, a screen will appear,
numbers in the international form, ie, +44
screen, press Contacts then
Home, Office, Fax. Scroll down
listing the contact name and above
then the number minus the initial 0, so that
scroll to and select Add entry.
to the appropriate type and press
the contact number an icon
you can use them abroad. To enter + for
Select. Then enter the contact’s
denoting whether this is a home,
international calls, press and hold 0. Press
or company’s name and press OK.
mobile, office, fax or answer phone.
C to delete a character. Do not include
Enter the information for the new
Your E800 will confirm that this
To swap between numbers scroll left
spaces or brackets, ie, +447912345678.
contact in the fields as instructed.
has been saved.
and right using the navigation pad.
While entering the contact’s details, press #
After entering the contact number,
for a space and
select Save, then Phone.
upper case and lower case. To enter a
* to change between
symbol or change from numerical entry to
text entry press and hold the # key.
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take your first photograph
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Press Menu, scroll to
in your
Home screen and press
.
send your first Photo Message
3
When you are ready to take a picture, press
the soft key under
Alternatively, press and hold the
the camera button on the right-hand side
camera key on the side of your phone.
of the E800. This is useful when taking
a self portrait.
2
1
. You can also use
Press Select then scroll to photo
message and press OK.
press Options.
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2
Select Send and work through
Choose a recipient for your Photo
Message and press OK.
the fields entering a subject for
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If you are dissatisfied with the result, press
your message and adding sound
move your E800. Using the navigation
Delete to delete the picture. Your E800 will
and text if you wish.
pad, press to the left and right to
ask you to confirm this by pressing Yes.
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control the brightness and press the
top and bottom to zoom in and out.
4
as previously described,
Your screen automatically becomes a
viewfinder which moves with you as you
When you have taken your photo
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Press Options and select Send.
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Scroll to their mobile number and
press Select then OK.
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Press Send to send your message.
Photos that are not deleted are
automatically saved to your Media album.
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send your first text message
1
From the Home screen press Menu,
scroll to
and press Short message,
followed by Create.
send your first text message
4
With predictive text you only need
A blank screen will appear.
You can enter text on your phone
* and hold for a few second to
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When your message is complete,
choose from a selection of common
press Options and select Send.
So, for example, to write the word
symbols and punctuation marks.
Enter the number or select a
Press
contact number from your Address
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4 and 3. If the word does not
appear on screen immediately,
3
Press
to press the key for a letter once.
orange you would press 6, 7, 2, 6,
2
■
■
don’t worry, that’s how it works.
immediately using predictive text (T9).
■
■
To delete a single character,
* to change from upper-case
to lower-case.
book by pressing Contacts. Once it
Press and hold # to change between
has gone, the words Message Sent
numerical and predictive text.
will appear on the next screen.
To switch predictive text off press
Eng and select ABC mode.
press C.
■
To delete the entire message,
press and hold C.
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Press # for a space.
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access Orange World
Select
from your phone’s Home
screen. When you visit the Orange wap
You can click on Channel Guide to open a full list of features
site a screen similar to the one to the
that may be useful to you or click on any of the links listed to
right will be at the start of your journey:
shortcut straight to them. So, for example, if you are looking
to download a new game to your phone, scroll to Games.
Find is a very useful feature to help you, wherever you are:
■
find your nearest restaurant, pub, post office, cash
point, taxi service and more
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access more than a thousand wap sites - official
football club sites and their unofficial fanzines, plus
celebrities and auction sites
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Click on Your Page to set up quick links to all your favourite
■
find a phone number, and even use Google™ search
sites. You can easily check the results of your favourite
■
access your Orange Email account to keep in touch
football team or even see if your train is running late before
wherever you have your phone. You can also easily
you leave the house in the morning. You don’t need to
access other wap email services, chat with your
register – simply click on Your Page and follow the links.
friends and learn more about messaging services
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making calls
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making calls
making calls
choose whether you answer a call or not
To redial the phone number last called press
When your phone rings, press
To redial other numbers that were previously dialled:
call. Alternatively, press
to answer the
to send the call to your
Answer Phone.
To end a call press
twice.
To activate call waiting:
1 From the Home screen press Menu and scroll to and
1 From the Home screen, press Menu then scroll to and
select Phone settings.
1 Press
.
2 Scroll through the list of phone numbers and highlight the
.
To activate automatic redial:
one you’re looking for.
3 Press
2 Press Others, then Auto Redial and select On.
Voice calls. The screen will say Voice calls Active.
take two different calls at the same time
to dial your selected number.
redialling a number
To accept a new call:
not available to pay as you go customers
You can also set up Automatic Redial so that your phone
1 The sound of two beeps when you are on a call indicates
If you call someone and get disconnected or forget to tell
continually redials a number if it has been unable to establish
When you are on a call, answer a second call without
them something, you can call them straight back by
a connection.
ending the first using Call waiting.
redialling the last dialled number.
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select Phone settings.
2 Select Network services, followed by Call waiting then
you have a second incoming call.
2 To accept the new call press
. The first call is
automatically put on hold.
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making calls
making calls
3 To swap between the two calls simply press Swap.
speak to someone privately during a call
To unmute your call:
You can reactivate the call whenever you want to
by pressing Retrieve.
Sometimes you may need to say something to another
Press Options then Select. The Mute icon disappears and
person that you don’t want your caller to hear. In these
your correspondent can hear you.
call back a missed number
sending key tones
To call back a missed call:
You can turn the key tones off or on during a call to
1 Your screen will display 1 Missed Call. Press the call key
To make a call while you have a call in progress:
cases, you can mute your call and preserve your privacy.
1 Put the current call on hold by pressing Hold.
To mute your call:
2 Make the second call in the normal way.
3 Alternatively, enter the phone number that you want
to dial or look it up in the Address book.
4 Press the
to dial the second call. The first call
is automatically put on hold.
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To communicate with answering machines or computerised
telephone systems, the Send keys option must be selected.
1 Press Options and select Mute.
communicate with answering machines or computerised
2 The Mute icon appears on the bottom line of the display
telephone systems. When the Mute keys option is selected,
and your caller can no longer hear you.
to see the caller’s information.
2 Press the call key again to call the number back.
your phone does not transmit key tones so you can press
keys without hearing annoying key tones during a call.
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making calls
making calls
conference calls
To start a conference call:
To talk to one conference member privately:
removing a conference member
not available to pay as you go customers
1 Call someone in the usual way. The display will show a
1 Press Options and select Select 1.
To remove a conference member:
name (if the number is stored in the memory) or Call 1.
Conference Calling is a great way to chat with up to five
other people while you’re out and about.
2 Put the first call on hold and make a second call in the
usual way. Press Options and select join.
3 To add up to four more people, repeat step 2 then press
To activate Conference Calling call customer services on
150 from your Orange phone or 07973 100 150 from any
Options and select Conference.
4 Press the end key to end your conference call.
2 Scroll to the name of the person you want to talk
to using the 1 and 0 icon keys.
3 Press Select.
4 To return to the conference call, press Options, select
Conference, then press OK.
1 Press Options and select Remove.
2 Scroll up or down to find the participant you want to
remove and press Select.
3 The call continues but without that conference member.
4 End the multi-party call by pressing the End key.
other phone.
Note: If you are abroad the availability of this service
There is no charge but you may be asked for a refundable
depends on the network you are using. You are charged
deposit. You will receive a SIM update when the service has
your standard service plan rate for each call you make.
been activated. Turn your phone off and back on again.
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making calls
making calls
keep your business and personal lives separate
by using two different lines
The following tariffs are not available on Line 2:
If you call Answer Phone from Line 2 but have no messages,
you will automatically be connected to your Line 1 Answer
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not available to pay as you go customers
Orange Everytime 20 if it includes an option to call
know who is calling you, or hide your number
when you make a call
Phone if you have messages.
other networks
Your Caller id identifies you to a person you are calling and
■
Orange Everytime 400
With Line 2 you can keep business and personal
■
Orange Everytime 1000
calls separate.
■
Orange Talk 150
1 Press Menu and scroll to and select Phone settings.
To hide your number when calling another person, simply
■
Orange Talk 200
2 Scroll to Network services, scroll down to Active line and
dial 141 before the number.
■
Orange Talk 500
To activate Line 2 call customer services on 150 from your
Orange phone or 07973 100 150 from any other phone.
To switch between Line 1 and Line 2:
press Select.
3 Choose between Line 1 and Line 2 and press Select to
When you receive a call on Line 2, your phone will ring
identifies a caller to you.
confirm your choice.
To hide your number permanently, call customer services
on 150 from your Orange phone or 07973 100 150 from any
There is a one-off connection charge and you receive a
without you having to have Line 2 selected. You receive a
reduced monthly charge on your Line 2 Service Plan. You will
separate Answer Phone for your Line 2 which you can also
Note: Line 2 does not support Fax and Data. You can
451 from your Orange phone. While your number is hidden
receive a SIM update when the service has been activated.
personalise. Call your Answer Phone in the usual way but
receive but not send text messages from Line 2.
you will not be able to see the Caller id of any incoming calls.
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remember to switch to Line 2 first.
other phone. If you are a pay as you go customer, please call
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making calls
Scroll to the service you require and press Select.
reduce background noise with voice clarity
you are using.
activate the loudspeaker
You can significantly reduce the background noise during
Orange service directory
You can also use the loudspeaker when making and
Note: If you are abroad, the availability of the services
described in this section depends on the network that
a call with the voice clarity feature which makes received
sound clearer.
receiving calls, without the headset.
You can access a series of services available to listen
to from Orange.
To activate the voice clarity feature:
To turn the loudspeaker on and off:
1 Press Options and scroll up or down to highlight Loud
To access your service directory:
spk. on or Loud spk.off .
1 During a call press Options and scroll up or down to
highlight Voice clarity on or Voice clarity off.
2 Press Select to switch the loudspeaker on or off.
2 Press Select to activate or deactivate voice clarity.
Note: you cannot activate the loudspeaker when you have
Note: You cannot activate voice clarity when using the
connected a headset to the phone.
loudspeaker and the handsfree car kit.
1 From the Home screen, press Contacts
2 Scroll left with the navigation pad to access your
Service directory and press Select.
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making calls
manage your
contacts
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manage your contacts
manage your contacts
store the names and numbers of your friends,
family and colleagues in your Address book
4 Enter the name. Press each key the relevant number of
times to get the letter you need. For example, to get the
When I save a contact in my phonebook where
are the details stored?
letter J press the 5 key once and to get the letter S press
To open your Address book press Contacts. This opens
your phone book at the first alphabetical entry.
the 7 key four times. Press # for a space.
5 Press C to delete a character or press and hold C to
delete the entire name.
To add a new entry to your Address book:
Edit number.
You can store up to 200 names and numbers on your
3 The screen will then prompt you to Enter the number.
SIM Card’s memory. Your phone’s internal memory
4 Once you have done so, press OK and the new number
is dynamic, and is shared between the features of
3 To save the contact to your phone memory, scroll down
to the type of number you’re saving (Home, Office,
Mobile, Fax or Other) and press Select.
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will be saved.
storing a number from the Home screen
To add extra numbers to a name:
Save and select Phone.
to one of the other icons and press Options then select
your phone.
1 Press Contacts then select Add entry.
2 Enter the number using the navigation pad, then press
Press the right-hand side of the navigation pad to scroll
The advantage of storing contacts on your SIM Card
1 At the Home screen, press Contacts to open the
Address book and select Find name. From your list
choose a name to add additional numbers to.
2 Press OK. The contact’s name will appear on a screen
is that if you change phones, all of the contacts on
To store a number directly:
your SIM Card will move to the new phone.
1 From the Home screen, type in the number you
want to save.
telling you it’s a home, mobile, office or fax number.
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manage your contacts
manage your contacts
2 Press Save.
To edit a number:
Alternatively:
delete unwanted contacts from your phonebook
1 Press Contacts to access your Address book, then
3 Select Phone and choose type of phone:
■
Mobile
1 Press Contacts followed by Find name then press OK.
1 Press Contacts, then Find name.
■
Home
2 Press Options again and select Edit number.
2 Enter the first letter of a name you are looking for. The
■
Office
3 Make your changes and press OK.
■
Fax
4 The screen will tell you this has been saved.
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Other
Address book entries are listed, highlighting any that
match your letter.
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followed by Options.
3 If necessary, scroll up or down to find the entry you want.
3 Select Delete entry.
search for a contact in your Address book
4 Once you have, press OK.
4 The screen will ask you to confirm that you wish this
The quickest way to find a name is to open your Address
Call the number you have selected in the usual way.
4 Enter name and press OK.
5 Your number is now saved.
select Find name.
2 Scroll to the name you wish to delete then press OK
entry to be deleted. Press Yes to confirm and your E800
will confirm this has been deleted.
book then press the key that corresponds with the initial
5 To delete all the names in your phonebook select Call
letter of the name you are looking for. If you press a key
History from the main menu and select Delete all. You
twice, quickly, you will go to the names starting with the
can then choose whether to delete all the names in your
second letter on the key.
phone or SIM Card memory.
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manage your contacts
manage your contacts
copy contacts between your phone and SIM Card
It’s a good idea to copy numbers from your SIM Card to
your phone.
To copy one number between your phone and your SIM:
1 Press Contacts to open your Address book, then select
3 Select Copy to Phone.
For a low, one-off charge you can purchase a Memory Mate
4 Scroll to preference then press OK.
card from any Orange shop which will backup your SIM
5 You will see Copy completed in the display.
Card address book. Then simply return to your Orange shop
Find name.
2 Press OK then Options and select Copy.
regularly to have any new information backed up at no
backup your SIM Card address book
additional cost.
This enables you to add extra information to, and personalise,
3 Select Copy to Phone
your contacts. Then, when you upgrade your phone you can
4 Scroll to preference then press OK.
Make sure that losing your phone doesn’t mean losing all of
And, if you’re joining Orange from another network, Memory
easily copy key information to your SIM Card and move your
5 Screen will say Copy completed.
the important contact information stored on your SIM Card.
Mate can be used to transfer the contacts and text
To copy all numbers between your phone and your SIM:
Memory Mate is a new service which ensures the details
contact details to your new phone.
messages saved on your old SIM Card to your new Orange
SIM Card, keeping your move totally hassle-free.
you have stored on your SIM Card for all of your friends,
1 Press Contacts to open your Address book, then using
navigation pad select Copy all to phone.
colleagues and family are safely backed up. So, if the worst
For more information, visit your nearest Orange shop and
happens, they will still be available to you.
one of our representatives will be happy to assist you.
2 Press OK then Options and select Copy.
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save time using speed dialling
editing speed-dial entries
To make a call using speed dialling:
You can set up to eight speed-dial entries which can then
To edit a speed dial entry:
From the Home screen press the number key (2 to 9)
Only contacts saved to your phone memory can be put
into groups.
be called simply by pressing the associated number key.
assigned to the speed dial entry and press
1 Select the speed-dial entry you want to edit from the list
To set up a speed dial entry:
and press Select.
1 Press Contacts, then select Speed list.
navigation pad and press Select.
2 Scroll to an empty location and press Select.
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Edit number: allows you to change the number
3 Select Edit number
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Change name: allows you to change the name
4 Enter the contact number and press OK to save it.
Delete: allows you to clear the setting.
3 When you have finished press
Note: The 1 key is reserved for your Orange Answer Phone.
2 Select Find name and scroll to the contact you wish
arrange your address book into caller groups
3 Using the navigation pad, scroll right to Group and press
You can organise the contacts stored on your phone into
4 Scroll with the navigation pad to the group name you wish
to move to a caller group, then press OK.
of the entry
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To create caller groups:
1 From the Home screen, press Contacts.
2 Go to one of the following menu options using the
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. You can
also press and hold the number key.
.
Options.
groups, so that you can set your phone to alert you to calls
to add your contact to and press Select. Your contact is
or messages from this group in a personalised way.
now saved to that caller group, for instance, Friends.
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To remove a contact from a caller group:
set a ringtone for your Address book caller groups
1 Scroll to the contact you wish to remove from their
1 Scroll to each of the contacts within a caller group.
caller group and press OK.
2 Using the navigation pad, scroll to Group and
press Options.
3 Pressing the bottom of the navigation pad, scroll
to No Group, and press Select.
4 Your contact is no longer assigned to a caller group.
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2 Press OK, then use the navigation pad to scroll right
to Alert and press Options, then select Melody.
3 Choose between the list in Default melodies and My
sounds (any music you have downloaded from Contacts
will be stored here) and Select. The group ringtone is
now saved.
manage your calls
manage your calls
manage your calls
what happens when you get an Answer Phone
message?
When someone leaves a message on your Answer Phone,
the
You can use Answer Phone Call Return to return a call after
someone has left a message on your Answer Phone,
without having to remember or make a note of their number.
symbol will appear on your phone’s display.
To listen to your Answer Phone messages press
when
the message first arrives, or press and hold the 1 key. To
access your message press
and press
use Answer Phone shortcuts to manage your
messages efficiently
Your Answer Phone is quick to use as there are several single
#
to return the call
0
for help
personalising your Answer Phone greeting
key presses to help you move through your messages.
listening to your Answer Phone messages
, scroll down to Ans Phone
. Answer Phone messages that have not been
listened to will be saved for up to 21 days. You can save
messages that you have listened to for up to seven days.
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Answer Phone Call Return
To use Answer Phone Call Return:
1 Listen to your Answer Phone message as normal.
2 When you have finished, if you want to return the call,
simply press # while you are still connected.
3 Orange Answer Phone will automatically dial the caller’s
number and connect you.
Note: Answer Phone Call Return is only available if the
network you are calling supports this service. You are
charged your standard call rate.
Your Answer Phone comes with a standard greeting but you
When listening to your messages press:
can record your own personal greeting so your callers know
they’ve got through to you.
1
to listen to your message again
2
to save your message
3
to delete your message
7
to rewind 10 seconds
8
to skip to the next message
2 Record your greeting followed by the # key.
9
to fast forward 10 seconds
3 Press 2 to save it.
1 Call your Answer Phone by pressing and holding the
1 key. Listen to the simple steps and select Option 3,
then Option 1, followed by Option 1 again.
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set up an Answer Phone PIN
listen to your Answer Phone messages from any
other phone and while abroad
For added Answer Phone security, you can set your Answer
Phone to request a PIN (Personal Identification Number)
If you do not have access to your Orange phone, you can
each time you want to listen to your messages.
listen to your Answer Phone messages from any other
phone even while abroad. To use this service you must set
To set up an Answer Phone PIN:
1 Call your Answer Phone by pressing and holding
the 1 option.
between 4 and 10 digits long, followed by the # key.
4 Press 1 to save your Answer Phone PIN.
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Call diverts can be set up in the following ways:
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Divert always: all calls are diverted.
Note: The cost to call your Answer Phone depends on your
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Busy: calls are diverted if are on another call
Service Plan.
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No reply: calls are diverted if you do not answer
when you can’t take your calls, why not divert them?
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not available to pay as you go customers
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the phone.
up an Answer Phone PIN.
Unreachable: calls are diverted if you are not in an
area covered by your service provider.
Cancel all: all call diverting options are deactivated.
To access your Answer Phone messages from any other
phone or while abroad:
2 Select Option 3, then Option 2.
3 Enter your chosen Answer Phone PIN which should be
4 Follow the simple steps to listen to your messages.
Call Divert allows you to divert different types of calls to
You can specify individual call diverting options for each of
different numbers. So you might choose to divert fax calls to
the following call types:
1 Call +447973 100 123 from any phone.
your office fax machine, but voice calls to your Answer
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Voice calls only
2 Enter your Orange number followed by the # key.
Phone. The availability of this facility depends upon the
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Fax calls only (not available when Line 2 is in use)
3 Enter your Answer Phone PIN followed by the # key.
network that you are using.
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Data calls only (not available when Line 2 is in use)
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For example, you can:
1 Systematically divert fax calls to your office fax machine.
2 Divert voice calls to your colleague if you are already
using the phone.
4 Press Select, then Activate. Choose to divert the call to
To cancel your diverts:
more information
1 From the Home screen, press Menu, scroll to and Select
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your Answer Phone or to another number.
5 Enter the number to which the calls are to be diverted.
Press Activate to save the divert setting.
Phone settings then select Network services.
2 Select Call diverting then press Cancel all.
To activate a divert:
To check the divert status of a call type:
3 Your E800 will confirm that all call diverts are cancelled.
1 From the Home screen press Menu. Scroll to and select
1 From the Home screen press Menu. Scroll to Phone
Note: There is no charge to set up or cancel a divert. You
Phone settings and press Network services.
2 Select Call diverting. Choose from: Divert always,
Unavailable or Cancel all.
3 You have the option of diverting Voice calls, Fax calls and
Data Calls.
or, if you are a pay as you go customer, on 451 from your
Orange phone.
control the numbers that can be called from
your phone
settings, press Select then scroll to Network services and
are charged your normal Service Plan rate and, if you are
select Call diverting.
calling or diverting your calls abroad, the rate will vary
Fixed dialling allows you to limit the use of your phone
depending on the service provider you are using.
(typically by a friend or family member) to only the numbers
2 Select the type of divert you want to check and then
select the call type.
3 The status of the divert will be displayed.
stored in your phonebook, while Call barring blocks certain
types of call. Before you can use fixed dialling, you must set
up a fixed dialling list.
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To set up fixed dialling:
1 From the Home screen press Menu, scroll to and select
Phone settings then select Security.
2 Scroll to and select FDN mode, then select Enable.
3 You will be asked to enter your PIN2 code. This is preset
to 1111.
4 Enter the code and press OK. The screen will say
FDN enabled.
To store fixed dialling numbers:
Call barring can be used selectively to bar
outgoing and incoming calls
1 When fixed dialling has been enabled, from the Home
screen press Contacts to open your Address book and
The call barring password is preset to 1111. Emergency
select Add entry.
calls to 999 or 112 can be made while Call barring is on.
2 Type in the fixed dialling number and press Save. You will
be prompted to enter your PIN2 code again. Enter the
code and press OK.
3 Enter the name of the person you wish to store to fixed
dial and press OK. Then enter a SIM location number
All incoming
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Incoming while abroad
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Cancel all
3 Press Select, then choose between All outgoing, Voice
Calls, Fax calls and Data calls. Press Select followed by
1 From the Home screen press Menu, scroll to and select
Phone settings and select Network services. Select Call
barring.
Activate.
4 Enter password 1111, then press OK and your phone
will confirm this has been done.
2 Select from the following Call barring options:
Once fixed dialling has been turned on, you can store fixed
between 1 and 10 and press OK. Your fixed dialling
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All outgoing
dialling numbers.
number has now been saved.
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International
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International except to home
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keep track of who has called you, even if they
don’t leave a message on your Answer Phone
If the same person calls more than once you will only receive
Note: You will not receive a missed call alert if your Answer
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Dialled calls
one notification of their call.
Phone is turned off.
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Delete all
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Call time
find out who has called you and when
Missed call alert is a free Orange service that enables you
You do not receive a text message notification if your phone
to know who has called you, even when your phone is
is on and you have a missed call as you will see Missed call
switched off.
in the display and the number will be stored in your phone.
Each time you make, receive or miss a call, your phone
In order to get the best out of this service, please ensure
takes a note. At any time you can access a list of the last 20
that Call Waiting is activated on your phone.
missed, dialled or received calls, to keep track of who you’re
Imagine that you have your phone switched off for a couple
of hours. During this time several people call you but they
to view your call log and a
list of the last 20 calls.
keep an eye on how long you spend on your calls
talking to and when.
don’t leave a message. Whereas previously you would not
If the caller has withheld their number you will not receive a
have known who called, Orange can now send you a text
text message notification of the call.
message listing the last 3 numbers and when they called.
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Alternatively, you can press
Your E800 allows you to keep track of the length of your
Press Menu, scroll to Call History and press Select.
calls and, consequently, estimate how much you spend.
Choose from:
You can turn this service off or on by calling your Answer
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Missed calls
Phone. Select option 3, then option 7 and follow the prompts.
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Received calls
1 From the main display press Menu, scroll to and select
Call History then select Call time.
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2 Select one of the following options:
■
■
Note: For billing purposes the length of calls and service
Last call time
may be rounded off and subsequently differ slightly from the
To see the length of the last call
information supplied by this feature.
minute minder
This option allows you to decide whether or not the phone
Total sent
beeps every minute during a call to keep you informed of
To see the total length of all calls made since the timer
the length of your call.
was last reset.
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Total received
To access and set your minute minder:
To see the total length of all calls received since the
timer was last reset.
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Reset timers
To reset all the timers. Enter the password which is
12345 and press OK.
1 Press Menu, scroll to Phone settings and select
Sound settings.
2 Select Minute Minder:
Off: the phone does not beep
On: the phone beeps every minute
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messaging
messaging
text messages are fun, quick and convenient
So, for example, to write the word orange you would
change to another text input mode
press 6, 7, 2, 6, 4 and 3. You will see that the word does
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■
Language selection
Press Select to confirm your choice of text input mode.
When a phone call is inappropriate, or you only want to convey
not appear on screen immediately. Don’t worry, that’s
When you are writing a message the text input mode
a short and simple message you can send a text message.
how it works.
indicator is shown at the bottom of the screen.
attach a picture or sound to your text message
To change to another mode:
You can send and receive text picture messages from your
5 To delete a single character, press C. To delete the entire
1 From the Home screen press Menu and select
Messages. Alternatively, scroll to messages on the
Home screen and press i to select.
message, press and hold down C.
6 To send your message press Options and select Send.
The next screen will ask for contact number. Type this in
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Press the right soft key below the indicator symbol.
phone to other compatible phones which use text picture
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Scroll to the mode you want by pressing up or down
messaging, even when you are abroad.
and press OK. Alternatively, press Contacts and select a
with the navigation pad.
contact number from your Address book. Your message
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ABC
1 Select Messages from the Home screen and press
will then be sent.
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T9
2 Type the message you wish to send.
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Symbolic
3 Press Options, then scroll to and select Add media.
4 To enter text using predictive (T9) mode you only have
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Number
4 Choose from the following:
to press each key once to get the character you want.
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Add word
2 The screen will show a list of options. Press Short
message, then Create.
3 A blank screen with a flashing cursor will be displayed.
You can now write your text message.
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.
Add picture
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Add animation
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Add melody.
send the same text message to a group of people
not available to pay as you go customers
5 From Add picture, choose either a Preset picture or a
Need to change the time or venue of your meeting? Save
which is stored in My pictures. Use the navigation pad to
time by sending a group text message to all concerned
scroll through the various picture options.
letting them know the new arrangements.
6 Press Select then Options to add sound.
4 When you have finished press OK.
more. When the group is complete press OK and your
5 Your message template is now saved and is easily accessible.
To use a text template:
save time using text message templates
1 Press Menu then scroll to Messages. Select Short
Text templates save you having to key in messages that you
message followed by Create to open a new message.
To send a group text message:
send frequently.
Then press Options. Scroll down to Preset messages
1 Write your text message in the usual way and when you
To write a text template:
2 Go to the preset message you wish to send and
1 Press Menu and scroll to and select Messages.
3 Your message will then appear on the screen for you
8 Choose either a Preset melody or one you have
downloaded from Orange World.
9 Press Select and then Options.
10 Type in recipient’s mobile number and press OK.
11 Your text message, picture/animation and melody are
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on their way.
3 A blank screen will appear for you to type your message in.
group, press OK, Select and Add if you wish to add any
message will be sent to all those you selected.
picture that you have downloaded from Orange World
7 Select Add media and then Add melody.
3 Press Contacts again and go to the next person in the
and press Select.
have finished press Options, followed by Send.
2 Press Contacts then scroll to the first person you want to
send text to and press OK, followed by Select then Add.
press Select.
2 Select Preset messages and Select an empty slot.
to edit as necessary.
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messaging
4 Press Options, then Send.
5 A blank screen will appear for you to type the recipient’s
mobile number, or alternatively, press Contacts to select
3 All messages will be stored in your Inbox. When reading
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a number from your Address book. When you have done
this press OK.
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6 The screen will tell you it is Sending.
to read a text message
Send
Note: When your Inbox in full,
Send the message and any attachments in it on to
phone’s display. You will not be able to receive new
Delete
another friend.
messages until you have deleted an old one.
Delete the message.
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a message, press Options to choose from the following:
Message reply
Send a text message reply to whoever sent
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■
SMS are shown on your display. To read your message
immediately, press View.
Extract media
the message.
Save attachments from the message in your Media
Call back
box. See the previous page for details of how to reuse
sent from.
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Edit
Edit the message content before reusing.
■
Call the number of the phone that the message was
1 When you receive a text message the words 1 NEW
will flash on your
these attachments in your messages.
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Transfer
Cut address
Move the message from the phone memory to SIM
Copy the number and save it to your phonebook.
memory or vice versa.
2 To delete the message while reading it, press Options
and select Delete.
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Orange Photo Messaging
explore a new world of messages with
Photo Messaging
Note: Photo Messaging and its availability depend upon
which network/service provider you are using.
zoom in on your subject and adjust
brightness levels
Photo Messaging changes the way you message, allowing
take a photo
You can zoom in on your subject by pressing the top of
To take a self portrait:
1 Select camera from the main menu or press and hold
you to send and receive text and photos in one message
to other mobile users and even to an email address.
the navigation pad and zoom out by pressing the bottom.
1 Press Menu and select camera, then press Take photos.
Alternatively you can press the camera button on the
You can send photo messages to other phones that support
Photo Messaging and also to phones which do not (all the
2 Position your phone so that the viewfinder, which is the
main display of your phone, shows the subject you wish
enabled phone). A non-Photo Messaging phone will receive
to photograph.
recipient can view the message on the website. You can
and left-hand side of the navigation pad.
3 Press either left the soft key or the camera button on
the right-hand side of the phone to take a photo.
is facing you.
3 Use the mirror to frame your photograph and press
the camera button to take the picture.
right hand side of your phone.
features will only be available if it is a Photo Messaging
a text message containing a website address and the
To increase/decrease brightness levels press the right-
the camera button on the side of your phone.
2 With the phone open, turn it over so that the back
take a self portrait
4 To review your photo, turn the camera over and your
photo will be on the screen. Select Options or Delete
When you want to share your life with your friends, use the
as appropriate.
handy mirror on the back of your phone to help you frame
self portraits.
also send photo messages to email addresses.
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options when you take a photo
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Set as
send a photo message
Use a photograph to personalise your phone
After you have taken your photo press Options for the
following:
background, or as a caller ID.
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Send
Send your image plus text and sound.
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Rename
Allocate your image a name or number.
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Go to my photo
View all the photos you have taken as thumbnails.
Press View to see a photo at full size and Multi to
return to the thumbnails.
accidentally deleted.
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Address book to select a recipient stored on your phone,
To send a photo message:
Protection
Ensure that photos you treasure cannot be
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6 Select Number and type in the recipient’s number, or
then press OK.
7 If necessary type in recipient’s mobile number then
1 Take a photo as previously described then press Options
and then Send.
Properties
2 The photo message screen will open.
This lists the name, file size and date of your photo.
3 Scroll through the fields, adding sound and text
where applicable.
press OK.
8 The number will appear highlighted on the next screen.
9 Press Send. Your photo and message will be on its way.
To send a photo you have stored on your phone:
4 Press Opt then select Preview and the text and photo
that you are about to send will appear on the
1 Press Menu, scroll to
following screen.
2 Select My photos.
5 Press Send then Select.
and press Select.
3 All the pictures you have taken will appear as thumbnails.
Select the one you want to send using the navigation
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pad then press Options.
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4 Select Send and then work through the fields adding
using the camera options
sound and text where applicable.
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Normal shot: you can take a picture in the normal mode.
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Multi-shot: allows you to take action stills. Select
the image with the frame format by pressing Preview.
The Mobile (128 x120) size will be set by default.
5 Press Opt then select Send.
There are a series of camera options on your phone to allow
speed and the number of pictures you want to take.
6 Press Send then Select.
you to get the most out of your camera and personalise
When you press the
7 Select Number and type in the recipient’s number, or
your shots.
key on the right-hand side of the phone, the
pad to find the tone you want to use.
phone automatically takes and saves the pictures
Choose from the following:
Address book and select a recipient stored on your
phone, then press OK.
To access your camera options:
10 Press Send. Your photo and message will be on its way.
1 Press Menu, scroll to camera to access your camera
to list the following options:
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to the picture. Press Up or Down using the navigation
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Gray
(128 x120) size will be set by default.
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Negative
Night mode: this option allows you to take a picture
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Sepia
of the best quality in poor lighting.
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Emboss
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Capture only: you can take pictures without review.
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Sketch.
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Frame: this option allows you to use a frame on the
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options and select Take photos.
2 When the viewfinder is activated, press the right soft key
soft key or the Camera
Effects: this option allows you to apply special effects
successively as many times as you set. The Mobile
8 If necessary type in recipient’s mobile number then OK.
9 The number will appear highlighted on the next screen.
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Mode: This enables you to take a picture in various
picture. Press the navigation key to find the frame
modes. Once you change it the indicator appears at
format you want to use. You can preview the image
the top left of the display.
with the frame format you want to use. You can preview
To deactivate the effect setting, select Off.
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Rotation: this option allows you to flip the image
vertically or reverse it as a mirror image.
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Timer: you can select the delay time. When you press
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the capture key, the phone takes the picture after the
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side of the phone.
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Settings: this option allows you to change the settings
for taking a picture. This option is synchronised with
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Photo size: sets the image size to one of VGA
Manual: to switch the camera flash on or off, you
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Automatic: when you press the shutter or the camera
key on the right side of the phone, the phone uses the
Mobile (128x120). The selected image size displays on
camera flash automatically.
browse your photo albums
name of the picture.
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Help: this option shows you the functions of the
To view your albums:
navigation pad and the volume keys in the capture mode.
1 Press Menu, scroll to messages and select My albums.
have a look at the photos you have taken
have to press the 0 key in the capture mode.
(640x 480), QVGA (320x240), QQVGA (160 x120) and
This feature allows you to store your pictures as a
photo album.
To view your photos:
2 Select one of the albums. It shows the pictures saved
in the album.
1 Press Menu, scroll to messages and Select My photos.
the capture screen.
2 Scroll through using the navigation pad.
Photo quality: Allows you to select the image quality
3 View the selected picture as an enlargement.
from Superfine, Fine, Normal and Economy. The
4 Press Multi to go back to the multiple view mode, or
option you select appears on the top of the display.
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Flash light: allows you to set the camera flash to
Default name: allows you to change the default prefix
activate automatically or not.
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the Settings Menu.
■
■
you press the shutter or the camera key on the right
specified time. When you exit the camera mode or
select Off in the Timer menu, the timer is off.
Shutter sound: allows you to select a sound when
press Options.
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receive a photo message
You can receive and view photo messages on your
Samsung E800.
To read a new photo message press View when the
message first arrives.
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Orange Multi
Media services
Orange Multi Media services
Orange Multi Media services
one click to your new Orange World
Once connected, the homepage lists the following:
Use All channels to personalise your phone by downloading
Once you have finished personalising, use the Your Page link
new ringtones, wallpapers, or the latest games, including
to quickly go to services that are of interest to you.
Just one click on your new E800 transports you to the latest
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Channels – Film, News, Travel & Journey, All Channels
some of the biggest games around such as Fifa Football and
games, ringtones and sports news from around the world.
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Find – A mobile site, Find things nearby, Go to Find Your
Tiger Woods Golf. You can also access services from other
You can add or delete links to Your Page using the simple
Page, Email and organise
providers such as the BBC and the RAC.
options provided. A suggestion for a link that might be useful
Find your nearest cashpoint then pick out a bar to blow your
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You & Orange
will also appear at the top of the Orange homepage each
create your own Orange World
wages in, or simply curl up on the sofa and read about your
favourite celebrities. Or, if you’re feeling lucky, why not enter
Choose an option and press
one of our great competitions. Whatever your mood, you’re
appears. Scroll to what you are looking for and press OK.
The great thing about using Orange World is that you can
bound to find something of interest in your Contacts, so
Why not start by visiting All channels?
constantly update it to suit your interests. When you first enter
take the leap and get exploring now!
Orange World, spend a minute or two completing the Orange
All channels enables Orange to suggest links that you’ll enjoy.
World wizard, which will ask you about your interests in order
To enter Orange World press Menu, scroll to Orange World
The suggestions we make are based on your phone and the
to provide the most relevant services to you. To set up your
and select the homepage.
day of the week. For example, on a Saturday we may suggest
Orange World wizard, click the link under Your Page.
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time that you begin browsing.
. Another list of options
sport to give you quick access to football results.
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find your way using Orange World
Orange Directory Enquiries
share information with Orange World
read your Orange Emails
The new number for Directory Enquiries is 118 000. So save
There’s nothing more annoying than being lost or not having the
118 000 to your phone now, and it’ll be there the next time
Once you’re familiar with Orange World, why not let a friend
Your E800 gives you direct access to your Orange Email as
right number to hand. You can now put these frustrations
you’re out and about and need a number in a hurry.
know what they’re missing out on using the Mail and
well as alerting you on receipt of new messages. Register at
Messages menu? Click Your Orange Email to access an
www.orange-today.co.uk from any PC with Internet access
behind you with a dedicated Find feature which will show you
where you are or take you to a list of sites, such as Time Out,
Otherwise, it’s the same convenient service from Orange. Simply
orange.net email account, which you can use on wap and
to set up your free email account. You will be provided with
to help you find the information you need to keep working
call 118 000 and tell the operator the name or place you are
the Internet. You can register for an orange.net email
a username and password, which you can use to sign in.
or partying.
looking for and they will tell you the number (you can request
account at www.orange.co.uk. You can also access a list
Sign- in requires your registered username and password,
of alternative email providers, such as Freeserve and Yahoo!
not your email address.
three numbers per call). Then, they will send a text message to
For example, use Orange World to find the cash point nearest to
the pub you arranged to meet your friends in. Once you’re there,
use the Find feature to find the local cinema, and grab a cab
your phone at no extra cost, allowing you to call the number
directly from the message or add it straight to your phonebook.
by clicking Other email services.
To check your Orange Email:
Calls to Directory Enquiries are charged at 59 pence per call. If
number to organise a lift there. It’s simple, quick, and above all
you choose to be connected via 118 000, calls are charged at 35
1 Open Contacts.
convenient. Try it now to see what you could be doing tonight.
pence per minute once connected.
2 Scroll to Mail and messages and press Options.
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bookmark your favourite sites
Once you have stored an address, the following options are
available when you select.
choose from a list of options while you
are browsing
When you find a site that you like you can bookmark it.
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Go: allows you to access the site directly.
This means that when you want to visit the site in the future
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Edit: allows you to change the name and URL of
You can access the Options menu at any time by
the bookmark.
pressing Options.
you can shortcut to it from the Orange homepage.
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1 Select an empty location and press Select.
1 Press Menu, then Bookmark.
3 Enter the name of the bookmark and press the OK.
2 Select the name of the bookmark you wish to access
and press Select, then Go.
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Enables you to enter a wap address directly. Please note
Appearance settings
Adjust the way you view information.
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Open link
that Orange cannot guarantee the quality of service.
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Bookmarks
Allows you to create a shortcut to your favourite sites.
Go to address
Allows you to enter the address of a site that you wish
Home
This takes you to the Contacts homepage.
2 Enter the address and press OK to save it.
Bookmark screen for future access.
a bookmark so you can access it easily in the future.
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Add bookmark
Saves the address of the wap site you are browsing as
The full list of Options is as follows.
To go to a bookmark:
4 The name of the site will now appear under the
should be directed to the wap sites in question.
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Delete: allows you to delete the bookmark.
To bookmark a site:
Any queries regarding the operation of these services
Download settings
To download additional settings.
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Use number
Call or save the number displayed.
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Reload
empty your cache
reset your wap settings
Your phone has a cache to temporarily store wap files. To
In the unlikely event that you lose your wap settings,
Reload the current page, refreshing any information that
may have changed.
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Clear the cache
ensure your phone remains confidential should it be used by
Delete the information in the cache.
anyone else, or to free up memory space, you may wish to
Security info
empty it periodically.
Review your security settings.
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Quit
To empty your cache:
this menu option allows you to set up five proxy servers:
Note: The Options menu is dynamic in that its content may
vary according to which wap site you are visiting.
2 Press Yes to confirm.
Option
Setting
Connection name
Orange GPRS
Data bearer
GPRS
Access point name
orangewap
Username
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1 Copy your settings from the relevant box.
Prompt password
2 Press OK.
Password
3 With GSM setting you can change the proxy settings.
Authentication
Normal
Gateway IP address
192.168.71.35
To end your wap session.
1 Scroll to Clear Cache and press Select.
What are my GPRS wap settings?
Note: You do not need to change the browser settings in
most cases.
No
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Homepage
http://wap.orange.co.uk/r/same800/home/
Connection security
Off
Session mode
Permanent
Note: You do not need to enter anything in the Username and
Password fields. Your Access point name is case sensitive.
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set up text alerts for sports results, horoscopes,
news and lottery numbers
2 Follow the voice prompts.
To cancel an alert dial 277 and follow the prompts.
4 The information you have requested will return very
shortly in the form of a text message.
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Need a giggle at a quirky news story? Want to find out how
your local football team is doing? Set up Orange text alerts
access information direct from your phone’s
Orange Plus menu
to stay updated on the subjects that interest you.
To set up an Orange text alert simply call 277 free from
your Orange phone.
Sends you a single text message with the latest
When you call 177 you can listen to up-to-date information
information.
on a variety of subjects including Lotto results, the weather
All future
in your local area, your horoscope and a selection of topical
Requests that you are sent regular updates on your
information from around the UK.
2 Scroll to and select Information. Choose from the
chosen subject.
following topics:
Sport
You will receive a text, or multimedia, message every time
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Lifestyle
there’s an update on the subject you’ve chosen.
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Finance
3 Press Select. On the next screen is a list of options.
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1 Select Menu, then scroll to and select Orange Plus.
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1 Call 277.
if you prefer to listen to the news rather than
read it simply call 177
Scroll to the one you want and press Select.
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No more
1 Call 177.
Cancels the All future option.
2 Simply follow the voice prompts to hear the information
you want.
Note: You will be charged your normal Service Plan rate for
each text message received.
Note: You will be charged a set price of 40p per minute
to call 177.
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access Orange Internet from your PC
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Receive information as a text message on your Orange
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phone on the latest news, weather, sport, directory,
With Orange Internet you can access all these features:
entertainment and lifestyle updates. This is not available
not available to pay as you go customers
to some pay as you go customers.
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Personal email address and free email alerts. When
you’re out and about, you can receive a text message
register with Orange Internet
on your Orange phone to alert you to emails you’ve
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received.
To register with Orange Internet just visit
Personal diary and free alerts. Receive a text message
www.orange.co.uk/register
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Check how many inclusive minutes you have remaining
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View your latest bill
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Set up a Direct Debit or pay by credit card securely
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Change your Service Plan.
on your Orange phone as a reminder of dates and
events that are important to you.
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Send 30 free text messages when online every month
to phones on any network.
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always be alerted to a call or a text message in the
most appropriate way
3 Choose from.
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We have already stored sounds, pictures and animations for
you to use on your phone so that you can personalise your
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phone straight away.
To change your incoming message alert:
To set your keypad tone:
Choose a ringtone to alert you to incoming calls from
1 Press Menu, then select Phone settings, then Messages.
1 Press Menu, scroll to and select Sound settings and
a list of pre-installed options
2 Choose whether to alter the alert for Short messages or
Default melodies
My sounds
Multimedia messages, then choose from these options:
Any ringtones that you’ve downloaded will
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automatically appear in this list. Select one to replace
You can also download new sounds and pictures using wap
on your phone, and using Photo Messaging you can send
the pre-installed ringtone.
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and receive photos and sounds with your friends.
1 From the Home screen press Menu, scroll to Phone
settings and press Select.
2 Scroll to Sound settings. Select Incoming calls.
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and Beep and press Select.
Choose one of the alert tones preset on your phone.
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Ring volume
Set the volume of the ringtone. Use the 1 and 0 icon
Tone
select Key tone.
2 Choose from Off, Water drop, Ping pong, Drum, Tone
Alert type
Set how your phone alerts you to new messages.
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Repetition
keys to adjust the volume.
Select the frequency with which you are reminded
Alert type
about new messages.
Choose how you would like to be alerted to incoming
calls. Choose from Melody, Vibrations and Vibration
then Melody.
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silence your phone when appropriate
slider tone
adjust your other sound settings
If you are in a meeting or anywhere where you don’t want
This option allows you to choose the tone your phone
Enjoy total control over the sound settings on your phone.
to hear your phone ring, hold down the # key from the Home
makes when you slide it up or down.
3 Press On or Off. When the check box is marked, the
tone is switched on.
screen to activate Quiet mode.
To change the tone when your phone powers on or off:
To adjust additional sound settings:
To activate the slider tone:
To deactivate Quiet mode, hold down the # key from the
Home page again.
1 Press Menu, scroll to Phone settings and select
1 Press Menu, scroll to Phone settings and select
1 To access, press Menu, scroll to Phone settings and
select Sound settings.
Sound settings.
2 Choose from:
2 Select Slider tone. Choose your tone and press Select.
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Connection tone
3 To remove the tone, go to Slider tone and select Off.
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Key tone
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Minute minder
Sound settings.
2 Scroll to Power On/Off and press Select.
3 Choose from Off, Classical or Future and press Select.
personalise your caller groups
You can assign ringtones, message alerts and pictures
to contact groups you’ve created.
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To personalise your caller groups:
1 Press Contacts then scroll right with your navigation
pad to select Management.
make the display your own
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Change your wallpaper and menu to personalise your phone
Skin
LCD Brightness
Set how the menu is displayed. Choose from one of
Select the display you wish to change the contrast for.
four patterns.
Adjust the contrast by scrolling up and down with the
and reflect your lifestyle.
2 Select Group setting
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navigation pad.
You can also change the way your main and external
To change your wallpaper and menu display:
displays appear.
change the language used on your phone
Melody
Press Menu, scroll to Phone Settings and select Display.
To change the main display:
When you are in a field that allows characters to be entered,
Set a ringtone to alert you to calls from contacts
Choose from:
3 Scroll to highlight the caller group you wish to
personalise and press Select. Choose from:
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Wallpaper
the text input mode indicator will appear at the bottom of
Choose from:
Change name
Choose your wallpaper from the preset list of options.
Change the group’s name
Any images you’ve downloaded will automatically
Select whether the backlight is used and set a time for
View image
appear in the list. Press Select twice to set your
the backlight to stay on.
Review the picture that is associated with the group.
wallpaper. Choose whether your phone displays text
by pressing Yes or No at the prompt.
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the screen’s display.
Backlight
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To change to another text mode:
1 Press Menu, scroll to messages then select Short
message, followed by Create.
2 Press T9/Eng and the following options will appear:
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Deutsch
2 Scroll to and select Greeting Message.
2 Scroll to the contact you want and press OK.
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Francais
3 Press and hold C until the previous message is deleted.
3 Scroll right with the navigation pad until you reach Alert.
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Italiano
4 Key in your new greeting message as you would a text
4 Select Melody and choose a ringtone from Default
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Nederlands.
ABC mode
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T9 mode
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Symbolic
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Number
You can add a greeting message to display when you
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Add word
switch your phone on.
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assign a ringtone or a photo to your contacts
To add a photo to a contact:
You can assign different ringtones to your contacts so you
1 From the Home screen open Contacts and select
set a greeting message
know who is calling you before you answer their call.
1 Press Menu and select Phone settings.
Find name.
2 Scroll to the contact you want and press OK.
To add a ringtone to a contact:
3 Scroll right with the navigation pad until you reach
1 From the Home screen open Contacts and select
4 Press Options.
To set your greeting message:
to change the text input into:
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Melodies or My sounds.
4 Press Select to confirm the language.
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3 Press Language selection. This option allows you
message and press OK.
Graphic.
Find name.
5 Make your selection from the list and press Select.
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download applications
advised of charges prior to downloading a
Java™ application.
Your phone is preconfigured with Java™ technology. This
allows you to download Java™ games and applications to
your phone via wap, which you can then use and update
wherever you are.
To download a Java™ application:
1 Press Menu, scroll to Orange World and press Select.
2 To download an application, press select at one of the
download links. Your wap browser will open the desired
page. Select an application to download. You will be
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3 Press Open to open an application that has been
downloaded to your phone.
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connect to another device wirefree using infrared
To activate the infrared port:
Note: Do not point the infrared beam at anyone’s eye or
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allow it to interfere with other infrared devices. This device is
You can use the infrared port of your phone to
communicate wirefree with other infrared devices.
1 Ensure that the infrared ports of the sending and
receiving devices are pointing at each other and are
a Class 1 Laser product. Two devices linked by infrared
This allows you to view all the photos in My photos
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should not be more than 1 metre apart.
2 Activate the infrared port on your phone by pressing
connect to a laptop computer, or you can send contacts,
Menu, scrolling to and selecting Phone settings, then
business cards, calendar entries, ringtones and game
selecting Others. Select Infrared activation and press On
commands from one handset to another.
to activate. When
blinks, your phone is trying to
connect to the other device, or the infrared connection
To communicate via infrared you need to activate the
has been lost. If data transfer is not started within one
infrared port.
minute of activation, the connection is cancelled and
needs to be started again.
Images
Choose from a range of preset images or view images
within one metre of each other.
You can browse the Internet or check your emails if you
Photos
received from other sources, such as Orange World
manage your photos and sounds with the
media album
sites. When you view an image, press View, then
Options to Send, Rename, Delete, Set as wallpaper or
access the Properties of your selected image.
Your Media album stores various media items from other
sources, such as photos, downloaded images and sounds.
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Sounds
This option allows you to listen to the recorded voices
and melodies received from other sources.
1 Press Menu and scroll to Media album.The following
options are available:
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Voices
Listen to the recorded voices.
3 When the user of another phone sends you names and
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My Sounds
2 When you have chosen a voice or sound, press Options
A list of melodies to choose from.
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to Send, Rename, Delete, Set as ringtone (only available
Delete all
in My sounds) or view the Properties.
This option deletes all the photos, images and sounds
To write a memo:
1 Press Menu, scroll to and select Calendar and
The Calendar feature enables you to:
Select New memo.
in the Media album. Decide whether to delete from
When you are viewing a photo or image, the Options key will
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write a memo
2 A blank screen will appear for you to type on.
Photos, Images and Sounds and press Select (Select
access the following:
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view the calendar
3 When you have finished press OK.
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make a To do list
4 You can then save it to:
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set the current date and time and find out what time it is
again/View) then Options, followed by Delete. Press
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keep track of important events using your
phone’s calendar
Yes to confirm.
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Send: allows you to send it via a message.
Memory status
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Rename: allows you to rename it.
This allows you to see how much memory your images
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Delete: allows you to delete it.
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set the alarm so that the phone rings at a specific time
and sounds are using.
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Set as wallpaper: allows you to set it as wallpaper on
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use your phone as a calculator, unit convertor,
your phone.
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Properties: allows you to see how much memory
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in various cities around the world
timer or stopwatch
Scheduler
General schedule events, like appointments or meetings.
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To do list
Tasks you need to do can be saved here.
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Call
Calls you need to make
it’s using.
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Anniversary
To add information to your calendar:
Anniversaries to be remembered, such as weddings,
birthdays or other special days.
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Delete day: deletes the scheduled event on the selected day.
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Delete all: deletes all the events scheduled.
set the time and date
Note: You can save up to 25 items to each category –100
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Scroll up or down to move to another week.
in total.
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Hold up or down to move to previous or next month
Note: Before setting the time, you must specify your time
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Hold left or right to move to previous or next year.
zone in the Set world time option.
When you have finished press
to exit.
option to change the date.
4 Make any changes as necessary and press OK to save
Using the navigation pad, scroll left and right to move
to another day.
will read Time set and the next screen will give you the
them. You will then see Date set in the display.
To set your phone’s alarm clock:
1 Press Menu, scroll to Calendar and select Alarm.
use the calendar to organise your life
Once you have your date, Options will give you the following:
The calendar helps you keep track of schedules, calls that
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Add memo: allows you to add a new memo on the day
you need to make, tasks that you need to do and
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anniversaries. You can set the alarm to ring when the time
and date set for a schedule is reached.
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To set your phone’s time and date:
The following options appear on the next screen.
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Morning Call
1 Press Menu, scroll to Calendar and press Select.
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Alarm 1
Go to date: allows you to enter a particular date and
2 Select Clock then Set time.
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Alarm 2
then schedule an event on that date.
3 Change the time using the navigation pad and the
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Auto power
View all: shows all the events that you’ve scheduled.
keypad. When you have finished, press OK and the screen
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2 Select one of them followed by Options and the following
list appears on the next screen:
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Alarm day
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Alarm time
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Alarm tone
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Remove alarm
Once an alarm has been set, an alarm clock will appear on
Press the
press any key.
to enter the appropriate arithmetic symbol: + (add),
keep on top of figures on the move
next screen. Make your selection and press OK.
5 Press Equals to see the result which will appear in the
answer box.
1 To convert a currency, length, weight, volume, area
or temperature, press Menu, scroll to Calendar and
select Conversion.
2 Scroll down to the type of conversion to be performed
and press Select.
3 Using the navigation pad select the original by pressing
left or right, or bottom to move the To field.
Note: The result is rounded to six decimal places.
To perform a calculation:
5 Select a tone for your alarm or Remove alarm which
deactivates it.
3 Enter the second figure.
addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
4 The next screen will show Alarm time. Set time then
press OK. The display will say Saved.
* (multiply), / (divide), % (per cent).
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 if necessary.
The calculator performs basic arithmetic functions, such as
To convert a value:
* key to enter a decimal point (.) or the # key
- (subtract),
Your phone has a handy calculator and converter.
3 Select Alarm day and a list of options will appear on the
2 Enter the first number using the number keys.
the top line of the display. To stop the alarm when it rings,
4 Press OK to view the result which will appear in the answer
box.
The converter allows you to convert from one currency unit
1 Press Menu, scroll to and select Calendar then select
to another.
Calculator.
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keep track of important events
Note: The timer uses power from the battery and this
Your E800 has a timer feature so that you can set the phone
reduces the E800’s operating time. When Quiet mode is
to sound an alarm at a specific time.
activated there is no sound.
To set the timer:
stopwatch
To set the stopwatch:
Orange Answer Fax
not available to pay as you go customers
1 Press Menu, scroll to Calendar and select Stopwatch.
If you spend a lot of time away from the office, you can still keep on top of
2 To start, press OK.
your faxes with Orange Answer Fax.. This service enables your Orange
3 To stop the first stopwatch, press OK. Repeat this for the
phone to store faxes until it is convenient for you to print them. Whenever a
other stopwatches.
you will receive a text message that tells you how many pages there are and
1 Press Menu, scroll to Calendar and select Timer.
This feature can be used just like a stopwatch to measure
2 Press Set and use the navigation pad to enter the length
times for various sports like running or swimming and up to
retrieve and print your faxes using any fax machine that is convenient to you.
four stopwatches can be used.
Simply call your Answer Phone by pressing and holding the 1 key, and follow
of time you want to count down from in hours and
down.
the number it was sent from. You can then use your Orange phone to
the simple prompts to retrieve your faxes.
minutes and press OK.
3 Press Start and the clock will automatically start counting
4 Press Reset to reset the watches.
colleague or friend sends you a fax on your personal Answer Fax number,
The precision of the stopwatch is one hundredth of a
To connect to Orange Answer Fax, call 150 from your Orange phone.
second. The maximum measurement time is 10 hours.
Note: The availability of Orange Answer Fax when you are abroad is
4 To stop the timer when it rings, press any key.
dependent upon the network you are using. You are charged a standard
5 To stop the timer before the end, press Stop.
data call charge.
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games
when you have time to spare, why not test
your gaming skills against your phone?
Before you start press
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With two exciting games to choose from you can have
hours of fun on your phone.
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* for the following options:
Saved game allows you to continue from the beginning of
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4/6 or Left/Right: move left or right
last stage you played.
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2,5 or Up, i: control the distance at the first press and
Instructions: shows you the explanation of control keys,
offense items and defense items.
SnowBallFight
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1 Press Menu and scroll to Games.
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access the main menu of this game.
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BubbleSmile
This is an arcade puzzle game.
throw the snowball at the next press.
1 Press Menu and scroll to and select Games.
8 or Down: use the special attack depending on
2 Select Applications then Bubblesmile and press Launch.
your mana.
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3: enters item mode to use your item. Select the item
Quit: quits the game and returns to the downloads
you want to use by pressing the 2,5, Up or i key: control
menu screen.
the distance at the first press and throw the snowball at
3 Press any key twice to go to the first menu screen. At
the first screen, press # to play a game, or press
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Configuration: allows you to turn the sound and vibration
on or off and select the game speed from 1 to 5.
2 Select Applications then SnowBallFight and press Launch.
Key Commands
Play: allows you to start a new game or a saved game.
Key Commands
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the next press.
2, 4, 6, 8 or navigation pad: moves the band up, down,
left or right.
Use the following key presses to control your movements
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1: rotate the bubbles in the band anticlockwise
while you are playing any of the games:
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3: rotate the bubbles in the band clockwise
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Continue: allows you to continue the last game you
To play games using your Orange World connection:
played. The menu is only available when a game has
already been played.
1 Select the Orange World icon in your Home screen.
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High score: shows you the high score table.
2 Open the Games link.
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How to play: explains the game’s instructions
3 Open the Games option and you will see a list of games
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Option: allows you to set the sound to on or off
that you can play. Once you have chosen which game
to play you can open the Instructions option to learn
wap games
about the game.
You can access a great selection of games on your phone
Note: You will be charged the standard wap service charge
using your Orange World connection. These games are
while you are connected and playing games.
different to the downloadable games as they require you to
be connected while you are playing.
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Orange Care
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Life’s difficult enough, without having to worry about the
To get Orange Care call 434 free from your Orange phone.
Great value cover at up to £5 per month.
expense and hassle of replacing your phone.
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Worldwide cover against loss, theft, accidental or
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and follow just a few basic steps to help protect your phone:
Report the loss, theft or damage to Orange as soon as
possible.
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Loss, theft or malicious damage claims must be reported
to the police immediately (or as soon as possible within
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Don’t leave your phone unattended in a public place.
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Don’t leave your phone in a vehicle.
24 hours of discovery).
malicious damage and phone breakdown.
Note: Orange Care includes insurance and warranty which
A replacement phone of the same model despatched
is subject to terms and conditions and exclusions as stated
If this can’t be avoided, please – make sure it’s locked in
prevent unauthorised use simply call Orange customer
within 24 hours of our acceptance of your claim,
in chapter 13.
the boot or locked in the glove compartment.
services on 07973 100 150, or if you are abroad call
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The same number and the same service on your
To find out if you are covered by Orange Care or for more
replacement Orange phone that you enjoyed on your old
information call 150 free from your Orange phone.
one, so you’re never out of touch for long.
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Accidents happen – which is why we offer Orange Care.
little as £5 per month.
to any UK address.
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How to claim:
However, we do ask that you take good care of your phone
Your Plan customers must purchase care separately, from as
With Orange Care you get:
Protecting your phone
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Never loan your phone to someone else.
To make a claim or to have your phone barred to
+44 7973 100 250.
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To speed up your claim make a note of the key facts
before calling, eg, time of theft, where you lost it, how it
got damaged and what the damage is, steps taken to
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recover your phone and any other relevant details. You
and damaged phones sent out within 24 hours of our
must provide any assistance and/or information that
acceptance of your claim.
Orange reasonably requests in connection with the
replacement of your phone.
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What if I enter the wrong PIN?
ensure that only authorised people can use
your phone
If you enter an incorrect SIM Card PIN or PIN2 three times
manufacturer’s warranty
Remember, if your phone is stolen or maliciously
in a row, your SIM Card will block. You will need a PUK
If your phone’s SIM Card PIN is activated a four-digit PIN
(personal unblocking key) to unblock your SIM Card.
(Personal Identification Number) will be requested each time
damaged we need a crime reference number or a lost
If you do not have Orange Care you still receive a 12-month
property number if it is lost.
manufacturer’s warranty which covers you against phone
Call customer services on 07973 100 150 if you are a pay
increase your phone’s security you can change the PIN to a
Once your claim is agreed, Orange will despatch your
faults. Please call 0208 391 0168 for more details.
monthly customer or 07973 100 451 if you are a pay as
number only you know.
replacement phone. Please see section 13.1 in the
you switch your phone on. This PIN is preset to 1111. To
you go customer for details on how to unblock your phone.
Orange Care terms and conditions for more information.
To activate your SIM Card PIN:
Do not attempt to guess the PUK code. If you enter your
Small Business customers opening an Orange account
PUK code incorrectly 10 times in a row, you will
receive Orange Care free of charge. Small Business
permanently block your SIM Card and you may have to
customers will receive a free replacement of lost, stolen
return your phone to Orange.
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1 Press Menu and scroll to Phone settings and select
Security.
2 Select PIN check. The following options are available:
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Disable: the phone connects directly to the network
when you switch it on.
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Enable: you must enter your PIN each time the phone is
switched on.
Select Enable then enter your PIN followed by OK.
security
1 When you switch your phone on you will see Enter PIN
code in the display.
security code protects your phone against
unauthorised use
2 Enter the code and press OK. Your phone is ready
to use.
What are the security codes for?
Your Orange phone comes with a number of preset
The security code can be set to activate when a different
security codes. Each code controls one of your phone’s
SIM Card is used in your phone, to prevent unauthorised
features. Use the table below to identify which code you
To change your SIM Card PIN:
use. The security code is preset to 12345.
need to activate each feature.
1 Press Menu, scroll to Phone settings then select Security.
1 From the main display press Menu, scroll to Phone
The screen will then say PIN Check Enabled.
To change your PIN, see the Change PIN instructions
below.
To turn your phone on once SIM Card PIN is activated:
Scroll to Change PIN and press Select.
preset code
SIM Card PIN (PIN1)
1111
2 Enter your current PIN and press OK.
2 Select Enable.
3 Enter your new PIN and press OK.
3 Enter the preset Security code of 00000000 and press OK.
Fixed dialling (PIN2)
1111
4 Confirm new PIN and press OK.
4 You will now need to enter this password each time you
Call barring
1111
Lock code
12345
5 The screen will then say PIN changed.
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security feature
settings and select Security, then Phone lock.
switch your phone on.
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International services
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International services
International services
What are the international dialling codes I need to add to
numbers when I am calling to or from the UK?
country
Austria
Belgium
Cyprus
Denmark
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Northern Cyprus
Portugal
Rep. of Ireland
Spain and islands*
Sweden
UK
*includes the Canary and Balaeric islands.
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code
+43
+32
+357
+45
+33
+49
+30
+39
+352
+31
+905
+351
+353
+34
+46
+44
Orange International services for pay monthly
customers
Whether it’s two weeks in the sun or a quick business trip,
take Orange with you when you go abroad and have the
reassurance that it’s the affordable way to keep talking.
Note: The availability of this service will be dependent
Multi Media Messaging.
before the number you call or text.
or 07973 100 159 from any other phone to activate your
phone so you can make and receive calls abroad.
your mind.
Roaming needs to be activated at least 24 hours before
travelling abroad and it only has to be activated once.
1 For safety and security, always pack your Orange phone
in your hand luggage and switch it off before boarding
a plane.
If you call or send a text or photo message abroad from the
1 Call customer services on 159 from your Orange phone
When travelling abroad, always try to keep safety at the front of
You can call or send text messages or photo messages
from abroad by simply adding the international dial code
pay monthly check list before you travel
on the partner network supporting Text Messaging and
2 Let others know you are abroad so they can expect a
2 If you want to use Answer Fax abroad you must have it
activated on your account at least 24 hours before you
leave the UK. Call 150 from your Orange phone or
07973 100 150 from any other phone for details. The
UK it makes sense to use your Orange phone. Orange’s low
different ringtone when they call you or they might hear
availability of this service is dependent upon the partner
fixed price rates make it simple to work out exactly what you
a recorded message in a foreign language if you are out
network which you are logged into.
will be charged, so now you can stay in touch around the world.
of coverage.
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International services
3 If you have Line 2 we recommend that you divert all Line 2
calls to your Orange Answer Phone before you leave as this
International services
Note: The availability of Orange products and services when
If you call or send a text or photo message abroad
When travelling abroad, always try to keep safety at the front
roaming is dependent upon the partner network.
from the UK it makes sense to use your Orange phone.
of your mind.
Orange’s low fixed price rates make it simple to work out
1 For safety and security, always pack your Orange phone
exactly what you will be charged, so now you can stay in
in your hand luggage and switch it off before boarding a
service is not available while you are abroad.
4 Remove any temporary bars on international calls using the
menu options on your phone.
Orange International services for pay as
you go customers
touch around the world.
5 Set up any diverts on your Orange phone before you leave
the UK as you will not be able to do it when you are abroad.
Whether it’s two weeks in the sun or a quick business trip,
Refer to chapter 4 for more information on call diverts.
take Orange with you when you go abroad and have the
6 Make sure you pack your charger and a three-pin adaptor
reassurance that it’s the affordable way to keep talking.
so you can charge your phone while abroad.
7 Make sure that the frequently used numbers in your
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different ringtone when they call you or they might hear a
How do I know which countries I can call
from and to using my Orange phone?
recorded message in a foreign language if you are out of
coverage.
Call the Information line on 452 from your Orange
You can call or send text messages or photo messages
phone or 07973 100 452 from any other phone. You
phonebook are saved with the international dialling
from abroad by simply adding the international dial code
can also go to www.orange.co.uk to obtain an up-to-
codes you need, ie, +44 minus the leading zero from the
before the number you call or text.
date list of roaming destinations.
area code for calls back to the UK.
plane.
2 Let others know you are abroad so they can expect a
pay as you go check list before you travel
1 Remove any temporary bars on international calls using
the menu options on your phone.
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International services
2 Top-up your Talk Time by:
■
Credit or debit card
Register your card 72 hours before you go and you can then
call 450 from your Orange phone to top-up your talk time.
■
Orange Top-up Swipe Card
Before you go, use your Orange Top-up Swipe Card to
International services
3 Make sure you pack your charger and a three-pin
adaptor so you can charge your phone while abroad.
when you go abroad, you need to select the
partner network to use
4 Make sure that the frequently used numbers in your
■
Orange vouchers
Buy £20 and £50 vouchers from any Orange shop or
high street stockist.
Note: Orange Top-up vouchers are not currently
available abroad. Only UK vouchers will be redeemed.
or, if you are a pay as you go customer, on 451 from your
Orange phone.
phonebook are saved with the international dialling codes
Orange has partnerships with a range of networks in a
you need, ie, +44 minus the leading zero from the area
variety of countries. When you go abroad, you need to tell
code for calls back to the UK.
your phone to select a network.
top-up; in the UK they’re available in any Orange shop
and wherever you see the Top-up symbol.
For more information call Orange customer services on 150
using your Answer Phone abroad
While abroad, you can use your Answer Phone as easily as
Note: The availability of Orange products and services when
roaming is dependent upon the partner network.
1 From the main display press Menu and scroll to
you do when in the UK.
Phone settings and select Network services.
2 Select Network selection. Choose Automatic for
your phone to automatically select a local network.
3 Select Manual to choose from a selection of
local networks.
1 Simply press and hold the 1 key.
2 You will be connected to your Answer Phone.
Now just press:
1 to listen to your message
2 to send a message
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3 to change your personal options
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using GPRS abroad
7 to listen to your emails
If you use GPRS abroad you may need to manually select
After you have listened to your message(s) the following
the network you use to ensure that you are roaming on a
options are available:
network that supports GPRS Roaming.
# to return the call
1 to listen to the message again
Call customer services on 150 from your Orange phone, or
2 to save the message
07973 100 150 from any other phone, to get an up-to-date
3 to delete the message
list of foreign operators that support GPRS Roaming and the
5 to send a copy of this message to another
tariffs applicable to the service plan.
Orange user
7 to hear the number of the person who left
this message
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You can connect to GPRS services as if you are in the UK
when you use it abroad.
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safety
2
1
Hold your phone as you would any other telephone, with the
Safety comes first, and is the ultimate responsibility of the
antenna pointing up and over your shoulder. If your phone has
driver. Therefore:
everyday use of your phone
3
using your Orange phone in a vehicle
■
If you don’t have a personal handsfree kit or personal
handsfree car kit, stop and park your vehicle safely with the
network services
The mobile phone described in this guide is approved for use
an extendible antenna, extend it fully. Do not touch the antenna
on the Orange network.
unnecessarily when the phone is switched on, as this will affect
engine off before using your phone, although never on a
motorway slip road or hard shoulder even if it is urgent.
■
■
A number of features included in this guide are called Network
Do not store or carry inflammable liquids, gases or explosive
Orange recommend that you do not use your phone when
materials in the same compartment as your phone, its parts
driving, unless you are using a wired personal handsfree kit
or accessories and always store your phone safely and
Services. These are special services that you can arrange
call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher
through Orange. Before you can take advantage of the
power level than is needed. As with any other radio
Network Services, you must subscribe to them through
transmitting equipment, you are advised that for the
personal handsfree kit or personal handsfree car kit, make
your phone safely. Never place the phone on the passenger
Orange. Instructions for these services are included in this guide.
satisfactory operation of your phone and for your own
sure it is done sensibly using speed dialling or voice
seat or where it can break loose in a collision or sudden
safety, you should use your phone only in the normal
activation where possible, and keeping calls brief and to a
stop.
operating position.
minimum.
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or personal handsfree car kit.
■
If you need to make or receive a call and you have a
securely.
■
You should always use a phone holder in your car to secure
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Remember: Always give your full attention to driving.
both installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area
or air bag systems, etc). Check with the manufacturer or its
emergency numbers (999 or 112 in the UK) may still be
There is a personal handsfree kit and personal handsfree
over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area.
representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult
possible. The features are:
car kit available for most Orange phones which you can
If a personal handsfree car kit is improperly installed and the
the manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to
air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
your vehicle.
purchase separately by calling the Orange Accessories
Hotline on 0500 178 178 or by visiting your local stockist.
■
Check regularly that all mobile phone equipment in your
vehicle is mounted and operating properly.
4
■
fuse replacement
car kit installation
Your mobile phone is a low power radio transmitter and
■
5
■
Always replace a blown fuse with a fuse of the same type
Only qualified personnel should install or service the
receiver. When it is switched on, it receives and sends out
personal handsfree car kit or the phone in a vehicle. Faulty
radio frequency (RF) signals. Most modern electronic
installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate
equipment is shielded from RF signals. However, RF signals
any warranty which may apply to the unit.
may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air
electronic systems in motor vehicles (eg electronic fuel
If your phone offers the features listed below, and if you have
bag inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including
injection, electronic anti-lock braking, electronic speed control
restricted or barred outgoing calls from your phone, calls to
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Restricted dialling lists
■
Call barring
■
Fixed dialling lists
■
Calls to closed user groups
■
Keypad locking
and size. Never use a fuse of a higher rating.
Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Give your
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emergency calls
location to the operator.
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To make an emergency call:
reference
7
one touch emergency dialling
overseas. Please check with our Partner Network abroad for
Note: A valid SIM Card must be inserted in your phone in
the emergency number that is used in that location. Your
order to make emergency calls. Pay as you go customers do
If your phone supports preprogrammed one touch emergency
Orange phone, like any mobile phone, operates using radio
not need to have talk time available, but need to have used
dialling, using the 9 key to call the emergency number may not
signals, mobile and fixed line networks which cannot always
the phone in the previous six months.
be possible when you have restricted or barred outgoing calls
guarantee connection in all conditions. Therefore never rely
for your location
from your phone. This depends on the type of restriction you
solely upon your mobile phone for essential communication
(eg 999, 112 or other official emergency number).
have chosen, and the type of barring option you have selected.
such as medical emergencies. Do not hang up during an
When making an emergency call, remember to give all the
One touch emergency dialling does not operate when certain
emergency call until you are told to do so by the operator.
necessary information as accurately as possible. Remember
other features are in use (such as keypad locking and others).
1 If the phone is not on, switch it on.
Check for adequate signal strength.
2 From the main display key in the emergency number
that your phone may be the only means of communication
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operating environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any
area, and always turn off your phone wherever it is forbidden
Note: When using voice dialling you must say the name
to use it, or when it may cause interference or danger.
at the scene of an accident - do not cut off the call until
Note: Official emergency numbers (e.g 999, 112 or other
exactly as you said it when you recorded it, which may be
When connecting the phone or any accessory to another
given permission to do so by the operator.
official emergency number) may vary by location. However,
difficult in, for example, a noisy environment or during an
device, read its user guide for detailed safety instructions.
only one official emergency number is programmed into your
emergency. Do not rely solely upon voice dialling in all
Do not connect incompatible products.
phone, which may be incorrect if you are using your phone
circumstances.
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pacemakers
■
Use the ear opposite to the pacemaker to minimise the
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other medical equipment
12
aircraft safety
potential for interference.
■
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum
■
separation of 16 cm (6 inches) be maintained between
Switch off your phone immediately if you suspect that
Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including
Using your phone while in the air is prohibited. Switch off your
interference is being caused.
mobile phones, may interfere with the working of other
phone before boarding any aircraft. The use of mobile
inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a physician
telephones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of
or the manufacturer of the medical device if you have any
the aircraft, disrupt the mobile telephone network, and is illegal.
a handheld phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations
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hearing aids
are consistent with the independent research of and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Users with pacemakers should therefore:
■
Always keep your phone at least 20 cm
questions. Always switch off your phone in health care
Certain hearing aids can be interfered with by your mobile
facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct
Note: Failure to observe this instruction may lead to
phone. If this occurs, please consult the hearing aid
you to do so.
suspension or denial of Orange phone services to the
manufacturer.
offender, or legal action or both.
(8 inches) away from your pacemaker when the phone is
switched on.
■
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Never carry your phone in your breast pocket.
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explosive materials
other area where you would normally be advised to turn
■
off your vehicle engine.
■
■
Parts of the phone are magnetic. Metallic materials may be
important data.
attracted to the phone. Always secure the phone in its
Your phone must be switched on to access games, ring
holder because metallic materials may be attracted by the
You are advised to switch off your phone when at a
Note: The functioning of your phone can be affected by
petrol station or other refuelling point. You must
localised conditions, and we cannot guarantee coverage inside
tone composer, calendar, calculator, wap, infrared, timer and
earpiece. Do not place credit cards or other magnetic
observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in
buildings. If you have difficulty in making or receiving calls, you
other similar features. Do not switch your phone on when
storage media near the phone, because information stored
fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas);
should contact Orange customer services.
mobile phone use is prohibited or when it may cause
■
chemical plants or where blasting operations are in
progress.
■
Remember to always make backup copies of all
interference or danger.
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general safety information
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often
but not always clearly marked. They include: below deck
■
on them may be erased.
■
The information or services you have accessed using wap
Always switch your phone off in any facility where posted
notices so require.
are stored in the cache of your phone, which is a memory
When changing your phone’s cover, always switch off the
used to store data temporarily. You should empty the cache
on boats; chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles
power and disconnect the phone from the charger or any
of your phone after each use to ensure that any confidential
using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or
other device. Always store the phone with the covers
information cannot be accessed by anyone using
Warning: Use only batteries, charger and accessories
butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or
attached. Never use a phone without a cover.
your phone.
approved for use with this particular phone model. The use
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particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders; and any
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of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty
applying to the phone, and may be dangerous.
two or three complete charge and discharge cycles.
■
The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of
times but it will eventually wear out. When the operating
■
Do not charge the battery when either of your phone’s
■
Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of
covers are removed.
■
children’s reach.
■
Your phone is not water resistant.
■
■
■
Do not paint your phone as this can clog its moving parts
terminals of the battery). Therefore, always take adequate
and prevent operation.
precautions when carrying a spare battery in a purse
Only use the antenna supplied or an approved replacement
antenna. Unauthorised antennae, modifications or
normal, it is time to buy a new battery.
attachments could damage the phone and may violate
according to your local regulations, and must never be
Temperature extremes may affect the ability of your battery
regulations governing use of mobile phones.
disposed of in household waste. Never dispose of batteries
■
Keep all SIM Cards out of children’s reach.
■
Never use any charger or battery which is damaged or
■
Use your phone battery only for its intended purpose, and
worn out.
never use any charger or battery which is damaged or
■
Always unplug the charger when not in use. Do not
worn out.
Do not use your phone in dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts
leave the batteries connected to the charger for longer
can be damaged.
than a week, since overcharging may shorten its lifetime.
cause damage to the battery or to the connecting object
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. Note that
If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself
(a short circuit can occur if a metallic object such as a coin,
a new battery’s full performance may only be achieved after
over time.
clip or pen causes direct connection between the + and -
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or pocket.
time (talk time and standby time) is noticeably shorter than
to charge: allow it to cool down or warm up first.
Keep it dry. Precipitation, humidity and all types of liquids or
moisture can contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits.
■
■
■
Batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly and
in a fire.
■
When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory,
■
For good operation times, discharge
including the charger, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.
Never allow the battery terminals to short circuit, as this can
an NiMH battery from time to time by leaving your phone
switched on until it turns itself off.
■
Do not attempt to open the casing on your phone or its
battery. Non-expert handling may damage it.
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radio waves and your phone
The SAR value for your Samsung E800 is 0.842W/kg.
properly, contact Orange customer services on 07973 100 150
Specific absorbtion rate, or SAR, is an internationally accepted
Note: The SAR value for your phone has been provided to
or, if you are a pay as you go customer, on 07973 100 451,
way of measuring how much radio frequency (RF) energy is
Orange by the manufacturer. By acting as facilitator for
from any other phone for assistance.
absorbed by the body when a mobile phone is used.
conveying this information to our customers, Orange is fulfiling
Do not drop, knock or shake the phone. Rough handling
All of the above suggestions apply equally to your phone,
can break the internal circuit boards.
battery, charger or any accessory. If any of them is not working
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong
detergents to clean your phone. Wipe it with a soft cloth
slightly dampened in a mild soap and water solution.
Do not store it in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten
its duty as a responsible retailer.
the life of electronic devices, damage batteries and warp or
All phones on the Orange network are designed by the phone
melt certain plastics.
manufacturers to comply with the relevant recommendations
Do not store your phone in cold areas. When it warms up
and standards. Orange believes that new and existing
(to its normal temperature) moisture can form inside the
customers should be fully informed about SAR.
phone which may damage electronic circuit boards.
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paperwork
14-day phone return
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data protection
We will use the personal information you supply us to help
materials related to Orange and its services, or if you do not
to £100. You can change or cancel your Direct Debit anytime,
wish us to pass on your details to any other reputable
just give 14 days notice. To set up a Direct Debit payment call
organisations for sales and marketing purposes.
450 from your Orange phone.
direct debit
allowing access to your Orange account
manage your Orange account efficiently, for example, to assist
The 14-day phone return only applies to new phones and
in handling queries, sending bills (excluding pay as you go) or
excludes upgrades and reconditioned phones. If you are
to send you information on products and services which may
unsatisfied with our service in any way, you can return your
be of particular interest to you. From time to time, we may
Paying by Direct Debit is a convenient way to pay. If you're a
It can sometimes be useful for someone else to have access
phone within 14 days of purchase, and we will reimburse you
pass information about you to third parties or government
pay monthly customer you will still be sent a detailed monthly
to your account, for example if you have more than one
the cost of purchase and your connection charge. All we
agencies. Full details are given in the terms and conditions
statement but won't have to remember to send a cheque each
Orange phone in your name. As an account holder you can
request is that you pay for the calls you’ve already made and a
booklet.
month. To set up a Direct Debit payment call 150 from your
choose to allow information only access and access which will
Orange phone.
allow changes to be made. Please call customer services who
percentage of the monthly subscription. Simply fill in the form
supplied with your phone and take it along with your phone to
Please call Orange customer services on
your stockist. You should retain the form for your records.
07973 100 150 or, if you are a pay as you go customer, on
If you're a pay as you go customer you can combine control
07973 100 451 if you do not wish to receive any marketing
with peace of mind, topping up from as little as £10 a month
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will send you a form.
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Orange useful booklets
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1.2 Orange Care is subject at all times to the provisions of
If you would like to receive a free booklet containing useful
these terms and conditions and does not apply and
information on an Orange product or service call Orange
cannot be purchased in relation to any second line
Customer services on 07973 973 150 or, if you are a pay as
activated on your Orange phone. (Orange Care only
you go customer, 450 from your Orange phone.
applies to approved and Orange branded phones).
1.3 To check whether your chosen service plan includes
Orange Care terms and conditions
1
interpretation
phone or 07973 100 450 from any other phone.
2.3 The Insurance is arranged with an authorised insurer
whose details are available upon request to HSBC
Insurance Brokers Limited, Quay West, Trafford Wharf
2
insurance terms
Road, Manchester, M17 1PL.
2.4 The following paragraphs describe the conditions and
2.1 Orange Personal Communications Services Limited (Orange)
cover provided under the terms of this Insurance which
Orange Care or requires Orange Care to be purchased
is monitored by HSBC Insurance Brokers Limited which is
forms part of a master policy arranged by HSBC
as an optional extra please call 150 from your Orange
a member of the General Insurance Standards Council.
Insurance Brokers Limited on behalf of Orange. This
pay monthly phone or 07973 100 150 from any other
2.2 Orange is authorised by the insurer to collect premiums,
Insurance is subject to the terms and conditions of the
phone. Small Business customers should call 345 from
to accept or decline claims, to arrange repairs and issue
master policy, a copy of which can be obtained from
their Orange phone or 07973 100 345 from any other
replacement phones on behalf of the insurer. For the
HSBC Insurance Brokers Limited. Requests should be
provisions of clause 3 and Warranty to the provisions of
phone and Business Solutions customers should call
purposes of this Insurance “phone" means handset,
made in writing, stating your Orange phone number.
clause 7, together Insurance and Warranty are referred
158 from their Orange phone or 07973 100 158 from
standard battery, SIM card and charger, originally
to as Orange Care.
any other phone. Pay as you go customers can
supplied as part of the standard package.
1.1 In these terms and conditions Insurance refers to the
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purchase Orange Care by calling 450 from their Orange
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cover for lost stolen and damaged phones
Your phone which must be in your possession or in the
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immediate family, all of whom would normally reside at the
act with due care in looking after the phone and take all
reference number if the phone has been lost;
reasonable precautions to safeguard it against loss, theft
full details of how the loss, theft or damage
or damage.
3.2.2
3.1 Loss, theft or malicious damage claims must be reported
to the Police immediately but in any event within 24 hours
your phone (or parts there of) is lost, stolen or damaged you
of discovery of the occurrence. In respect of claims
will be entitled to a replacement or repair “free of charge”
arising outside the United Kingdom please refer to Clause
subject to payment of the administration fee as detailed in
6.14.
3.2 Your claim must be reported to Orange as soon as
occurred; and
3.2.3
any other information and evidence as may
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exclusions
reasonably be requested by Orange regarding the
cause of loss or damage.
3.3 Orange will arrange repair or replacement on behalf of
the insurers.
and conditions of the policy. For your information an authorised
possible but in any event not more than 24 hours after
user is the Orange registered customer, other users officially
you discover the loss, theft or damage. In respect of claims
repaired/replaced, where appropriate, free of charge
notified to Orange by the customer and authorised by Orange,
arising outside the United Kingdom please refer to Clause
once only.
the registered customer’s spouse/partner, members of his/her
6.14. To make a claim you must provide the following:
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3.5 You or any authorised user of the phone must at all times
customer who use the phone with permission of the customer.
6.14 in respect of conditions outside the United Kingdom). If
clause 9.6, subject to compliance with all the following terms
the crime reference number in respect of theft or
malicious damage claims or the lost property
possession of an authorised user is insured worldwide subject
to the terms and conditions of the Insurance policy (see clause
3.2.1
registered customer’s address and employees of the registered
3.4 Lost, stolen or damaged antennas will be
4.1 A replacement or repair will not be provided under the
terms of the Insurance where the loss or damage is caused
by or consists of:
4.1.1
normal wear and tear or deterioration, depreciation,
rusting or oxidisation, atmospheric or climatic
conditions or other gradually operating cause;
4.1.2
confiscation or detention;
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4.1.3
improper maintenance, repair or modification;
4.1.4
defective materials or workmanship covered by
care by you or any authorised user or any wilful
the manufacturer’s warranty;
act or neglect carried out at the direction or
is covered only where there is evidence of forcible
Insurance cover will cease if any premium is not paid on the
breakdown of or interruption to the
instigation of you or any authorised user;
and violent entry or exit.
due date unless such delay is due to a processing error by any
4.1.5
network service;
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4.1.6
loss of use or consequential loss of any kind;
4.1.7
cosmetic damage which does not impair the
4.1.10 any wilful act, neglect or failure to take reasonable
4.1.11 disregard of manufacturer’s and/or operating
instructions;
4.1.15 radioactive contamination;
4.2 A replacement or repair will not be provided if:
4.2.1
4.1.12 damage resulting from pressure waves caused by
normal functions of the phone;
aircraft or other aerial devices travelling at sonic
4.1.8
loss of or theft of items left unattended in a
or supersonic speeds;
public place;
4.1.13 war and hostilities;
4.1.9
theft of items from an unattended vehicle unless
4.1.14 loss, destruction or damage in Northern Ireland
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premium payment
4.1.16 loss or theft of a phone from temporary premises
Orange has reason to believe you have made a
clearing bank or similar. Your phone will not be replaced or
repaired if any sum is due by you to Orange.
fraudulent claim;
4.2.2
you do not make reasonable efforts to recover
any lost or stolen items;
4.2.3
the phone is not registered and connected to the
Orange network in your name;
the item was in a locked boot or locked glove
due to civil commotion unlawful or wanton act
4.2.4
at the time of loss, theft or damage the phone
compartment and the vehicle itself was
committed maliciously in connection with any
was not being used or in the possession of you
securely locked;
unlawful association;
or an authorised user.
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6.4 The Insurance period will be unaffected by the
6.7 When a replacement phone has been supplied because
replacement of your phone and will continue to apply
of loss or theft, if the original phone is subsequently
6.1 It is a condition of this policy that the replacement of any
from the date the Insurance first came into force.
recovered it must be returned to Orange as it is the
phone will only be made with an Orange product.
6.5 Should you find a phone that you have reported lost or
stolen before you have received a replacement, you must
ensure that the replacement phone is of the same or
report this to Orange immediately so that the delivery of
reasonable care of your phone any claim may be referred
similar specification.
the replacement can be cancelled.
to Chartered Loss Adjusters in order to carry out a
If you fail to do so we reserve the right to impose a
special investigation into the circumstances of the claim.
charge
No free replacement or repair will be provided unless and
for any attempt to deliver the replacement.
until the adjusters confirm your claim is acceptable under
6.2 Replacement phones may be supplied from refurbished
stock that have been tested and are fully functional.
6.3 In the event of a claim you are only entitled to repair or
replacement (at the option of Orange) of your phone.
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property of the insurer.
Wherever possible, reasonable efforts will be made to
6.6 When a replacement phone has been supplied due to
There is no entitlement to any monetary settlement under
accidental or malicious damage the original phone must
the terms of the Orange Care Insurance policy.
be returned to Orange.
6.8 If there is reason to believe that you have not taken
the terms of the policy
6.9 If Orange believes that you have persistently failed
6.10 Orange may at its option require you to return your phone
for examination before a replacement is supplied.
6.11 If Orange has reasonable cause to believe you have
made a fraudulent claim your cover will be cancelled.
6.12 You must provide any assistance and/or information that
Orange reasonably requests in connection with the
replacement of your phone.
6.13 A replacement item will be refused or you will be charged
for any replacement if you have not complied with the
terms of the Insurance policy and of Orange Care.
6.14 If your phone is lost or stolen or maliciously damaged
whilst you are abroad you must report the loss or theft to
to take reasonable care of your phone your cover will
the relevant local authority and to Orange as soon as
be cancelled.
possible but in any event as soon as reasonably
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practicable after you discover loss theft or malicious
agree to sell you a replacement phone at prevailing
damage. A replacement phone will not be sent to you
replacement phone prices. The charge for any
clause 7 will not attract a further period of Insurance or
until you return to the United Kingdom.
replacement phone so supplied will be applied to your
warranty. For the avoidance of doubt (subject to the
Orange account.
provisions of clause 6) the periods stated in clauses 8.1,
to faulty materials or workmanship Orange will (at its
9.1 and 10.2 as appropriate will continue to apply from
option) repair or replace it at no charge (on payment of
the date such cover originally came into effect.
the administration fee, if applicable, as detailed in
6.15 Where a replacement phone is issued under the warranty
the original phone must be returned to Orange.
6.16 You may be charged the recommended retail price of any
6.18 Orange will use its reasonable endeavours to dispatch
any replacement phone to you within 24 hours of
battery charger or antenna returned to Orange which is
agreeing to issue such replacement, however, for reasons
shown not to be that originally supplied with the phone or
beyond our control this may not always be possible.
of any phone returned to Orange which is shown to have
been deliberately damaged.
6.17 If your phone is lost or stolen, or maliciously or
6.19 Orange will arrange with you a place and time period for
any replacement phone to be delivered, on payment of
6.20 Any replacement phone received under either clause 3 or
6.21 Any claim accepted under Orange Care purchased as an
optional extra with your Pay Monthly service plan will be
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warranty – defective materials or workmanship
7.1 If your phone (or parts thereof) becomes defective due
clause 9.6) provided that:
7.1.1
it has been used in accordance with the
7.1.2
any repairs which may have been, or are to be
operating instructions;
subject to an administration fee. See clauses 9.6, 9.6.1,
and 9.6.2. for details
undertaken have been arranged by Orange;
the administration fee detailed in clause 9.6. We reserve
accidentally damaged so that it is no longer operable and
the right to impose a delivery charge if you are
such lost theft or damage falls outside these terms and
unavailable for the delivery as agreed.
7.1.3
you have complied with the foregoing terms
and conditions;
conditions then Orange may entirely at its discretion
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reference
the Orange phone is registered and connected to
switch to a different service plan as indicated in clauses
after we receive your written request for cover and will
the Orange network in your name;
11.2 and 11.6.
each have a minimum term of 12 months. Your
7.2 This Warranty is an extra benefit and is additional to
8.2 Orange Care cover may be purchased separately once
your legal rights;
7.3 Batteries only have a 12-month warranty.
the initial period of 12 months has expired.
8.3 Where phones share an Orange Group service plan
then each phone will be covered separately.
8
term & payments Service Plan inclusive of Orange Care
term & payments –
pay monthly Service Plan with optional Orange Care
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within 30 working days after the end of the month in
which cover becomes effective.
9.2 Premiums will be invoiced monthly by Orange on behalf
of the Insurer on your Orange account and must be paid
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8.1 Where you are connected to a service plan which
includes Orange Care the Insurance and Warranty will
confirmation of Insurance cover will be sent to you
9.1 Where you are connected to a service plan which
along with your Orange charges.
9.3 Premiums may be varied at any time and will be effective
within one month of notification of any increase you will
be taken to have accepted the increase.
9.4 In the event that any tax payable on premiums should be
increased or any new tax imposed then such increase or
new tax may be passed onto you.
9.5 Where phones share an Orange Group service plan then
Orange Care must be purchased separately for each phone.
9.6 Any claim accepted under Orange Care will be subject to
an administration fee charged to your account in advance
90 days after you have been notified in writing or other
of any repair or replacement being undertaken. Details of
durable form, unless the premium is varied at the annual
the current administration fee are available on request
come into force when you register the phone on the
requires Orange Care to be purchased as an optional
renewal date of the policy. If your premium is increased
from Orange and are published in our periodically
Orange network. The Insurance and Warranty will
extra the Insurance and Warranty will come into force
you may terminate this policy on not less than 10 days
updated price guide. The administration fee is subject to
remain in effect for a period of 12 months, unless you
24 hours after you call to request cover or 24 hours
notice (before your bill date). If you do not give notice
change and is payable in respect of all accepted claims
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made under Orange Care with the exception of those set
term by giving not less than 10 days notice before a bill
do not give notice within one month of notification of any
you pay by cheque then the policy will come into force
out in clause 9.6.1.
date. As a concession, if you are also terminating your
changes you will be taken to have accepted the changes.
within 24 hours of clearance of your cheque. The
9.6.1 The administration fee will not be payable in
Orange account then you may terminate Orange Care
Insurance and warranty within the policy will each have
respect of a claim for defective material or
within the minimum term and it will not be necessary for
workmanship of a new phone (including standard
the notice to expire on your bill date but in such event
battery and charging unit but excluding
you will not be entitled to a refund of any premiums paid.
10.1 When you are connected to a pay as you go service
9.8 Orange will negotiate renewals of the Insurance policy on
plan which requires Orange Care to be purchased as
reconditioned and/or second hand phones) where
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term and payments – pay as you go Service Plan
a term of 12 months. Your confirmation of Insurance
cover will be sent to you within 30 working days after
the end of the month in which cover becomes effective.
10.3 You may request that the policy is terminated at any
the defective material or workmanship has been
your behalf and may change Insurer. The Insurer and
an optional extra the premium must be paid in
time during the 12 month period in which event Orange
brought to Orange’s attention within 6 months of
Orange may vary the terms of the policy from time to
advance.
will refund to you a pro rata proportion of the premium
the date of purchase of the phone.
time but will give you 90 days notice of any such
9.6.2 For the avoidance of doubt the administration fee is
not refundable.
9.7 You may terminate Orange Care on or after the minimum
10.2 The policy only applies to approved and branded
for the balance of each complete month remaining of
changes. If your rights under the policy are restricted or
Orange pay as you go phones and may be purchased
that period unless you have already made a claim on
removed you may terminate Orange Care on giving not
for any phone within the current pay as you go range. If
the policy in which event no refund will be due.
less than 10 days notice ending on an invoice date. If you
you pay by credit card or debit card the policy will come
into force 24 hours after your call to request cover. If
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switching between Service Plans
11.3 In the event that you wish to switch from a pay monthly
rata proportion of the premium for the balance of each
service plan which requires Orange Care to be purchased
complete month remaining of that period unless you have
as an optional extra to a pay monthly service plan which
already made a claim on the policy in which event no
monthly service plan to another both of which include
includes Orange Care then from the date such switching
refund will be due.
Orange Care, or, from one pay monthly service plan to
takes effect you will be covered by Orange Care for the
another both of which require Orange Care to be
unexpired balance (if any) of any period under clause 8.1
purchased as an optional extra then Orange Care will
continue unaffected.
11.1 In the event that you wish to switch from one pay
11.2 In the event that you wish to switch from a pay monthly
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11.6 In the event you switch from a pay monthly service plan
inclusive of Orange Care to a pay as you go service plan
Orange Care will automatically cease.
11.7 In the event that you wish to switch from a pay monthly
service plan for which Orange Care has been purchased
11.5 In the event you switch from a pay as you go service plan
as an optional extra Orange Care will automatically cease
calculated from the day your phone was first registered
to a pay monthly service plan which includes Orange
but in such event you will not be entitled to any refund of
on the Orange network.
Care then from the date such switching takes effect you
premiums paid.
11.4 In the event that you wish to switch from a pay as you go
will be covered by Orange Care for the unexpired balance
service plan which includes Orange Care to a pay
service plan for which Orange Care has been purchased
(if any) of any period under clause 8.1 calculated from the
monthly service plan which requires Orange Care to be
to a pay monthly service plan which requires Orange
day your phone was first registered on the Orange network.
purchased as an optional extra the inclusive Orange Care
Care to be purchased as an optional extra Orange Care
will automatically cease.
will automatically cease. Orange will refund to you a pro
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claims
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12.2 In certain circumstances, particularly where there is a
12.1 To make a claim under this Insurance you should call
150 from your Orange pay monthly phone or 07973
07973 100 345 from any other phone and Business
member of the General Insurance Standards Council is
Solutions customers should call 158 from their Orange
also a member of a registered independent dispute
and review.
phone or 07973 100 158 from any other phone.
resolution scheme. They will advise you how you can
13.2 If your queries or complaints regarding this Insurance are
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complaints
from their Orange phone or 07973 100 451 from any
other phone. Small Business customers should call
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13.4 If you remain dissatisfied, HSBC Insurance Brokers as a
independent Chartered Loss Adjusters for investigation
100 150 from any other phone if you are a pay monthly
customer. Pay as you go customers should call 451
customers should call 345 from their Orange Phone or
dispute over your claim Orange may refer the matter to
13.1 If you have any queries or complaints regarding this
not satisfied, you can in the second instance write to
contact this scheme.
13.5 Insofar as general Insurance products are concerned
Product Insurance, Orange PCS, Senhouse Road,
Orange is monitored by HSBC Insurance Brokers
Darlington, DL1 4YG.
Limited who are members of the General Insurance
345 from their Orange phone or 07973 100 345 from
Insurance you should in the first instance address this to
any other phone and Business Solutions customers
Orange. Call 150 from your Orange pay monthly phone
dealt with you should write to HSBC Insurance Brokers
should call 158 from their Orange phone or
or 07973 100 150 from any other phone. Pay as you go
Limited, Quay West, Trafford Wharf Road, Manchester,
07973 100 158 from any other phone. Your claim
customers should call 451 from their Orange phone or
M17 1PL.
will be handled fairly and promptly.
07973 100 451 from any other phone. Small Business
13.3 If you are not satisfied with the way a complaint has been
Standards Council.
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pay monthly terms
and conditions
reference
Account
Contract
Line 1 and Line 2
our records of your payments and outstanding Charges, plus
the terms and conditions described in this leaflet which are
Line 1 is the primary means by which you have access to the
your personal details.
binding on both you and Orange for each phone you connect
Services. Line 2 is a second line on the same phone with its
Bar
to the Orange network.
own phone number.
a block placed by us on some or all of the Services you
Customer Literature
Minimum Term
The following words and expressions shall have the
normally use (except for calls to emergency services).
printed matter published by Orange which provides information
the period of 12 months commencing on the date of
following meanings:
Charges
on Orange Services.
Registration.
Accessories
all charges for Services, as published in our periodically
It may be distributed with new Phones or in mailings to some
Monthly Billing Date
products approved by Orange which you use in conjunction
updated Price Guide.
or all Orange Customers.
the day in each month on which your billing statement will be
with your phone.
These include any reasonable administration charges.
Deposit
issued after you have been connected.
They include (without limitation) batteries, chargers, car kits,
Connection
refundable amount that Orange may ask you to pay before we
Network
headsets and carry cases.
the process of giving you access to a Service. ‘Disconnection’
Connect or Re-connect you to the Network or before providing
the public telecommunications system by which Orange
and ‘Re-connection’ have a corresponding meanings.
any Service.
makes Services available in the United Kingdom.
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definitions
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Orange Additional Services
Price Guide
Services
optional Services (including Roaming and International Calling)
a publication which lists our current Charges and which is
Network and other Services, including Orange Additional
which cost extra whether they are supplied in conjunction with
updated from time to time.
Services, provided or procured by us for you to use.
Price Plans or outside Price Plans.
Price Plan
SIM
Orange
a bundle of airtime and supplementary Services offered by
a card or other device which contains your personal telephone
date of Registration and has a Minimum Term of 12
Orange Personal Communications Services Limited, or any
Orange for an agreed monthly payment.
number and which is programmed to allow you to access the
months.
organisation that may succeed it as the assignee of this
Registration
Network.
Contract.
our acceptance of your application for Services and our record
Suspension
Phone
of your Customer and User data prior to Connection. Register
the temporary disconnection of Services. Suspend has a
will continue to supply you with Services as normal until
a mobile telephone (excluding Accessories, but including the
has a corresponding meaning.
corresponding meaning.
your Contract is terminated in any of the ways
charging unit and SIM which remains the property of Orange)
Roaming
User
described in Section 4.
which is approved by Orange for connection to its Network.
An optional Service which allows you to use your Phone on
you, or another person named by you, who is authorised to
other operators’ networks, usually in foreign countries.
incur Charges to your Account.
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2
your Contract and the Minimum Term
your Contract runs for at least 12 months
2.1 For each Phone you own, your Contract starts on the
what happens when the minimum term ends
2.2 After the Minimum Term ends, we
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provision of Services
reference
3.1.2
the quality of our Services may not be at its best
suspension of Services if you break your Contract
what we aim to provide in the UK
3.1 We will take all reasonable steps to make all Services
available to you at all times. The Services are only
We also reserve the right to Suspend Services if a
3.3 We may suspend some or all of the Services you use,
The complaint will be thoroughly investigated, and
Services may sometimes be affected by maintenance
without giving you notice, if we have good reason to
Services will remain suspended until we know the
and upgrading
believe that you haven't complied with one or more of the
results of that investigation. Any complaint you
terms of your Contract.
make will similarly be thoroughly investigated.
available within the range of the base stations that
3.2 The Network and the Services may from time to time
make up our Network. However, please note that:
require upgrading, modification, maintenance or other
3.1.1
3.3.2
complaint has been made against you.
inside buildings or below ground.
3.3.1
If you don't pay your bill within the time stipulated in
works. These may result in some or all of the Services
Condition 6.2, we reserve the right to place a Bar
the quality and availability of Services may
becoming temporarily unavailable. In such cases, we'll do
on all outgoing calls from your Phone (with the
sometimes be affected by factors outside our
everything we can to provide alternative Services and to
exception of calls to the emergency services). This
permanently, part or all of any Orange Additional
control - such as local physical obstructions,
keep the period of non-availability to a minimum. However,
Bar will remain in force until you've paid everything
Service on giving reasonable notice.
atmospheric conditions, other causes of radio
some interruption may be inevitable.
you owe us. At our discretion, we may charge you
interference, and faults in other telecommunication
suspension of Orange Additional Services
3.4 We reserve the right to suspend, either temporarily or
for Re-connection and removal of the Bar.
networks to which the Network is connected.
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monitoring the Services you use
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4
your rights to terminate this Contract
3.5 For the purposes of good management and security,
we may need to monitor the contents of any text
monthly Charges still remaining on your initial
terminating your Contract after the Minimum Term
Minimum Term agreement (except in the
terminating your Contract because Orange has
changed its terms
4.3 You may also terminate your Contract if we vary its
message you send from time to time. We may also
4.1 You may terminate your Contract to expire at anytime
circumstances set out in Conditions 4.3 and
terms, resulting in an excessive increase in the Charges
tape conversations between you and our customer
after the Minimum Term by giving us at least one
15.1). You'll be entitled to a rebate of 5% of that
or changes that alter your rights under this Contract to
services for training purposes.
month's written notice. You are free to restore your
total if you terminate your Contract up to and
your detriment.
Contract throughout this notice period, should you
including the first day of the eleventh month of
In such cases you would need to give us at least 14
change your mind.
the Minimum Term.
days’ written notice prior to your Monthly Billing Date
roaming Services outside the UK
3.6 Roaming relies on the telecommunications systems of
foreign networks, over which we have no control.
We cannot therefore offer any guarantees about
roaming services.
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4.2.2 a lump sum equivalent to the total of all the
(and within one month of us telling you about the
terminating your Contract during the Minimum Term
4.2 You may terminate your Contract before the Minimum
changes). However, this option does not apply if:
4.3.1 we have increased the Charges by an amount
Term has expired if you pay us:
equal to or less than the percentage increase in
4.2.1 all Charges that are due, plus
the All Items Index of Retail Prices published by
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the Central Statistical Office in the Monthly Digest
of Statistics in any 12-month period; or
4.3.2 the variations we have made have been imposed
on us as a direct result of new legislation,
statutory instrument, government regulation or
licence; or
4.3.3 the variation relates solely to an Orange
in whole or in part, by giving you written notice if:
4.4.1 you fail to pass any credit assessments which we
any time after the Minimum Term has expired by
giving you at least one month's written notice.
immediately if:
may reasonably consider to be necessary from
time to time;
4.4.2 you fail to pay any of your bills from Orange
on time;
4.4.3 we have good reason for believing that any
termination of your Contract by Orange
4.6 Orange reserves the right to terminate your Contract
disconnection of your Service by us without
written notice
4.5 If we have good reason for believing that you have
breached Conditions 6.4.2, 6.4.3, 6.4.4 or 6.4.5, we
4.6.1 you have failed to correct a breach of Conditions
6.4.2, 6.4.3, 6.4.4 or 6.4.5 within 7 days of being
given written notice to do so
4.6.2 you have breached conditions 6.4.1, 6.4.6 or
Additional Service, in which case you may cancel
information you have given us is false or
reserve the right to disconnect you from Network
6.4.7 and have failed to correct that breach
that Orange Additional Service in accordance
misleading;
Services without notice. In such circumstances, we
within 7 days of being given written notice to do
may also give you written notice that if you fail to
so.
with Condition 15.1.
termination of your Contract by Orange
4.4 We may terminate your Contract immediately at any
time in respect of any or all the Phones owned by you,
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4.4.4 you become insolvent within the meaning of
Section 123 of the Insolvency Act 1986, or
correct this breach of Conditions within 7 days, we
bankrupt, or if we have good reason for believing
may terminate your Contract with immediate effect.
that you are unable to pay the Charges
4.4.5 in addition, we may terminate your Contract at
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termination because Orange is no longer able to
provide access to our Network
termination and Line 2
4.7 If, for reasons beyond our control, we are no longer
with Line 1 will result in automatic termination of Line 2.
able to provide Network Services, we will either:
4.7.1 make arrangements for you to be supplied with
4.7.2 accept written notice from you that you wish to
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your responsibilities
5
after Termination
what to do after Termination of your Contract
5.1 Termination of your Contract is subject to you paying
6.1.1 You will be responsible for paying all Charges
on your Account, whether or not they have been
when your payments are due
6.1 Ordinarily we will invoice you monthly in advance for
equivalent Services by another network at no
extra cost to you; or
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4.8 Termination of your Contract for any reason connected
accrued by you personally. You will also be
responsible for any extraordinary costs incurred
monthly charges which are non-refundable, and
in administering your Account, including
monthly in arrears for call and message charges but we
collecting any payments. If your Service has
reserve the right to amend the invoicing period and
been Disconnected, either at your request or
submit interim invoices to you. The Connection charge
ours, you will remain responsible for paying any
outstanding Charges.
terminate your Contract. In such cases we will
us any money you owe us and us paying you any
will be included on your first invoice. Charges in
refund any pre-paid Charges that have not been
money we owe you. After termination, it is your
respect of Services not supplied directly by us eg
used up.
responsibility to cancel any direct debits, standing
Roaming may be invoiced several months in arrears.
orders, credit card mandates or other authorisations
VAT will be added to all invoices at the relevant rate
you may have given for periodic payments to be made
where applicable. Payment is due when you receive
to us by third parties.
your billing statement.
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penalties for overdue payments
6.2 If payment is not made within 14 days of its due date,
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things that you agree to do
6.4 Recognising that good management and security of the
we may charge interest on all sums outstanding at the
Services is important to all Orange customers, you
rate of 2% above the base rate of National Westminster
agree that you will:
Bank Limited. This interest will be charged on a per
6.4.1 provide whatever proofs of your identity and
annum basis calculated daily.
payment methods
6.3 Ordinarily we will accept payment of Charges by credit
card, debit card, cheque, direct debit and electronic
transfer, but we reserve the right to refuse any payment
use with the Network, and comply with all relevant
fraudulent or unlawful purposes or for the sending
legislation or regulation relating to their use;
of any communication which is of an offensive,
6.4.7 comply with any reasonable instructions issued
abusive, indecent, obscene or menacing nature;
by us which concern your use of the Services,
6.4.4 not cause, nor knowingly allow others to cause,
and co-operate with us in our reasonable security
address that we consider reasonably necessary
any nuisance, annoyance or inconvenience,
and other checks (which may include us making
from time to time.
whether to us or to any of our customers, by any
phone calls to you).
Whilst photocopy or fax copies are usually
means including the use of the Network for
acceptable we do reserve the right to request the
persistently sending unsolicited communications
original document;
without reasonable cause;
6.4.2 keep confidential, and not disclose to any third
6.4.5 not act in a way, whether knowingly or
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multiple users
Where there are one or more Users other than you
method if we have reasonable cause to believe such
party, your account password or any personal
otherwise, which will impair the operation of the
under your Contract, you remain liable for all Charges
payment will be dishonoured.
identification code, number or name issued by us
Network or any part of it, or put it in jeopardy;
incurred to your Account by those Users.
permitting access to the Services;
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6.4.3 not use the Services for any improper, immoral,
6.4.6 use only Phones and Accessories approved for
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Line 2 - limitations on usage
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information supplied by you
what happens if we suspect the details you give us
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credit assessments
aren’t correct
Suspension of Services
8.1
If we Suspend Services on Line 1, Services on Line 2 will
automatically be Suspended also.
text messages
8.2 It is not possible to send or receive text messages
on Line 2.
the details you give us must be correct
9.1 By applying for Registration or for Orange Additional
8.3 You may not have a higher Price Plan on Line 2 than
you have on Line 1.
has been supplied to us without the knowledge of the
your application is subject to credit status
10.1 All applications for Registration and Orange Additional
Services, you undertake to provide your correct name,
person named, or that an application is unauthorised or
Services are subject to credit assessment before we
address and other factual information.
contains false particulars, we may delay Connection or
can connect you to the Network. If our assessment of
You also confirm that:
Suspend Services to your Phone while we investigate
you does not meet our normal requirements we reserve
9.1.1 the person stated to be authorised to sign for a
further. Following our investigation, we will Connect or
the right to decline to Connect you or to supply Orange
reinstate the Services unless we have grounds to
Additional Services. Alternatively, we may ask you to
company or firm is duly authorised.
9.1.2 any individual applying as a member of a
Talk Plan
9.2 If we suspect, on reasonable grounds, that information
terminate.
lodge a Deposit with us before we Connect you. If you
company is of full contractual capacity and is
You acknowledge that you will have no claim against us in
believe our assessment of you is incorrect, we will
able both to pay for the Services he or she has
respect of any delay or Disconnection caused as a result
review your eligibility. However, we cannot accept
requested and to meet his or her other
of the operation of this Condition.
responsibility for the accuracy of information provided
obligations under your Contract.
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from the databases of credit reference agencies. Nor
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deposits
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SIM Card
damaged
can we accept any liability for the consequences of our
declining to Connect you.
what to do if your SIM Card is lost, stolen or
deposits are held for 12 months
11.1 We may request a Deposit from you:
it's your responsibility to keep your SIM Card safe
12.1 Any SIM Card we supply to you remains our property,
12.2 You must inform us immediately if the SIM Card
supplied to you is lost, stolen or damaged. You will
remain liable for all Charges incurred until you do so.
a) before Connection
but it is your responsibility to keep it safe.
b) before making Orange Additional Services available
SIM Cards are easily damaged and should be handled
We will send you a replacement SIM Card as soon as
with care. We will replace free of charge any SIM Card
reasonably practicable, but we reserve the right to
found to be defective through faulty design or
charge you for doing so.
to you, or
c) before reinstating the Services after Suspension.
Deposits will be held for 12 months from the date of
workmanship. In any other circumstances, however, we
receipt and then refunded. We do not pay interest on
may charge for replacing it. We reserve the right to
Deposits. If you owe us money, we may set off Deposits
recall any SIM Card from you at any time to enhance or
against the amount due to us. If there is a balance left
maintain the quality of the Services.
over in such cases, we will remit this to you either by
your SIM Card and other networks
12.3 The SIM Card supplied with your Phone enables the
Phone to work on our Network only - with the
exception of Phones which can access Roaming
cheque or by crediting your Account.
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directory and Caller id
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phones
lift this restriction at your request, provided all your
(subject to the terms of any promotional offers you
payments of Charges are up to date and you pay
what to do if you want your number to
the current administration charge.
remain private
your phone is not a part of your Contract
our Network will allow the display of your Orange
by or licensed to Orange which grants you a non-exclusive
number on receiving handsets. If you prefer not to allow
licence to use it for accessing the Services for the duration
either of these options, please let us know in writing.
outside the terms of your Contract.
We do, however, reserve the right to vary the terms of
this Contract from time to time and to make changes
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changes to your Contract
to your Price Plan. We acknowledge that if we do
increase the Charges, withdraw Orange Additional
we reserve the right to make changes to
Services or introduce new mandatory Charges - or if
your Contract
your contractual rights are affected to your detriment -
15.1 When you Register you are asked to choose a Price
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have accepted).
14.1 Your Phone and Accessories are acquired by you
13.1 We will enter your Orange number in directories, and
The software in the SIM Card and the Phone is either owned
of your Contract and not otherwise.
10 days’ notice before your Monthly Billing Date
you may terminate your Contract in accordance with
Plan and to indicate which Orange Additional Services
Condition 4.3. If you do not give notice within one
you require. You may switch between Price Plans and
month of our notifying you of any change(s), you will
add to or cancel Additionals by giving us not less than
be taken to have accepted the change(s).
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new services
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customer literature
15.2 We are continuously enhancing our existing Services as
well as adding new services, particularly Orange Additional
Services. Charges for, and any special terms and conditions
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assignment of Contract and change of ownership
please read all the information we send you
16.1 We update our Customer Literature from time to time.
liability
circumstances in which neither of us accepts liability
your Contract is personal to you
17.1 Your Contract is personal to you and you may not assign it.
18.1 Except as provided in this Condition 18, neither party
attached to, Orange Additional Services will be notified in
Information on various topics is mailed to Customers with
Customer Literature.
their monthly billing statements and is available on request
However, we may at our discretion allow you to:
or otherwise, for any loss or damage which is:
The terms of your Contract, including Charges current
from us.
a) nominate a User other than yourself while you remain
a) not the fault of the other party;
on the date when you take up the offer of any Orange
You are asked to read your Customer Literature and to
Additional Service, will apply to it, subject to any special
keep it until it is superseded. We regard you as having been
promotional offer made by us and accepted by you.
given any information if it is either:
transferred title to your Phone to a new customer who
goodwill whether caused to the other party through
a) included in a mailing addressed to you;
has Connected the Phone to our Network.
any breach of your Contract or any matters arising
primarily liable to us under your Contract.
b) terminate your Contract on short notice if you have
b) in a text message sent by us to your Phone.
c) communicated directly by any means.
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of phone
shall be liable to the other, whether in contract or tort
b) indirect and/or not reasonably foreseeable.
c) loss of business, profits, savings, revenue, use or
under it. Neither party excludes liability for negligent
We may assign our rights to your Contract only if such
acts or omissions causing death or personal injury to
assignment is on terms which are at least as
any person.
advantageous to you as those set out in your Contract.
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maximum liability of Orange
18.2 Subject to Condition 18.1, we limit our legal liability up
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third party, war, governmental action, or by any act or
to a maximum of three thousand pounds per claim or a
series of related claims for any loss or damage which is:
a) direct financial loss.
b) direct physical damage to or loss of property
resulting from our breach of contract or negligence
while providing Services.
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general
decision made by a court of competent jurisdiction.
your personal financial information and details of how
changes to your Contract
your maximum liability
18.4 Subject to Condition 18.1, your liability is limited to
a) any information relating to your Contract, including
19.1 Subject to Condition 15.2, your Contract may be varied
or amended only by the express mutual agreement of
payment of all outstanding Charges due in accordance
both parties. A party seeking to rely on such variation
with the provisions of your Contract.
or amendment must produce evidence of the other
party's agreement to it.
you have performed in meeting your obligations
under your Contract;
b) any disclosure as may be within our Data Protection
Act registration.
c) any disclosure required as a result of an order of any
court of competent jurisdiction or by statutory
authority.
factors beyond our control
18.3 We will not be liable to you if we are unable to perform
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disclosure of information to third parties
19.2 You agree to the disclosure to any telecommunications
delivering communications to you
an obligation or provide the Services to you because of
company, debt collection agency, credit reference
any factor outside our control, including but not limited
agency, credit or fraud monitoring scheme, security
Contract must be served by post or facsimile. We can
to Acts of God, industrial action, default or failure of a
agency or credit provider of:
in addition serve notice to you by text message. They
19.3 All notices to be served in accordance with your
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will be deemed served 48 hours after they are sent,
or on earlier proof of delivery. All invoices and notices
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Orange company details
pay as you go terms and conditions
19.5 Our Company Registration Number is 2178917
the process we carry out to enable your phone to access the
served by post will be sent to the address given by
and our Registered Office is at St James Court, Great
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definitions
you on Registration unless you notify us of a change
Park Road, Almondsbury Park, Bradley Stoke, Bristol,
The following words and expressions shall have the following
corresponding meaning.
to this address.
BS32 4QJ.
meanings:
Literature
governing law
Accessories
Orange and distributed with new Phones or in mailings to
goods designed for use with but not part of Phones and
Customers, whether or not supplied automatically to all
approved by Orange, including (without limitation) batteries,
Customers.
chargers, car kits, headsets and carry cases.
pay as you go Voucher
Charges
a voucher representing the cash value of airtime allowing
referred to arbitration under our Code of Practice for
the charges for pay as you go as published in our periodically
access to the Services which must be paid for in advance
Consumer Affairs. We will supply a copy of our Code of
updated list of charges (defined herein as ‘Price Guide’)
which expression includes airtime purchased direct from
Any waiver, concession or extra time we may allow you
is
limited to the specific circumstances in which it is given
and does not affect our rights in any other way.
disputes between you and us
19.4 You may request that disputes between you and us are
Practice for Consumer Affairs to you on request.
Services. 'Disconnection' and ‘Re-connection' have a
printed matter providing information on Services published by
19.6 Your Contract is to be interpreted in accordance with
the Laws of England and Wales.
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Connection
Orange by credit or debit card.
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Network
Registration
the public telecommunications system by which Orange
our acceptance of your application to register individual pay
makes Services available in the United Kingdom.
as you go Voucher, Register has a corresponding meaning.
Orange
Services
available to you at all times. The Services are available
We will use all reasonable efforts to provide back-up
Orange Personal Communications Services Limited, and any
Network and other services, provided by us and made
only within the range of base stations which form the
Services and to keep all such periods of non availability
successor in business or assignee.
available for your use.
Network. Quality and availability of the Services may be
to a minimum but some interruption may be inevitable.
Phone
SIM
affected by factors outside our control such as local
You Register in the knowledge of this and accept our
mobile telephone (excluding Accessories but including
card or other device, bearing a unique telephone number
physical obstructions, atmospheric conditions and
obligation to carry out works from time to time in the
charging unit and SIM which remains the property of Orange)
programmed to allow a Phone to access Network Services.
other causes of radio interference or faults in other
approved by Orange for connection to its Network.
Suspension
telecommunication networks to which the Network
Price Guide
the temporary discontinuance of Services.
publication listing our current Charges, updated from time
User
to time.
you or another person notified by you to us as authorised
require upgrading, modification, maintenance and other
security, we may need to monitor the contents of any
to use your Phone.
works (including but not limited to works required for
text message you send from time to time.
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provision of services
security reasons), or may be affected by unforeseen
events which may result in the partial or complete non
2.1 We will use reasonable efforts to make the Services
is connected.
2.2 The Network and the Services may from time to time
availability of the Services.
interests of all our customers.
2.3 We may from time to time tape conversations between
you and our customer services for training purposes
only. For the purposes of good management and
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2.4 We may Suspend the Services in whole or part at any
time without notice if you do not comply with any of
these terms and conditions or if any money owed by
the periods set out in the Price Guide and/or Customer
Voucher or you have not made chargeable calls from
Literature current as at the date of Registration.
your phone or received incoming calls on your phone.
3.2 In the event that the cash value of airtime forming part of
free airtime given to a Customer in accordance with 3.1
limited to voice calls, data calls and text messaging.
remains unpaid.
above is not used within the relevant validity period stated
On disconnection your mobile telephone number will be
in Condition 3.1 such unused airtime will be forfeited.
reassigned. On reconnection you will be assigned a new
against you and reserve the right to Suspend the
3.3 Notwithstanding that you use all of a pay as you go
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our rights to terminate your service
4.1 We may Disconnect your phone and refuse to Reconnect it at any time in whole or in part immediately
by notice in writing to you if:
4.1.1
you fail to comply with clause 2.4, 2.5, 5 and 6 of
mobile telephone number.
these terms and conditions provided that where
Services if a complaint has been made against you
Voucher or that the free airtime given to a Customer in
Any remaining credit on your pay as you go Voucher will
such failure is capable of remedy you have not
pending the results of investigation of the complaint.
accordance with 3.1 above expires your Phone will
be reinstated if you reconnect. You can reconnect your
taken such remedial steps as we shall have
continue to be capable of receiving incoming calls for the
phone without having credit on your pay as you go
required within 7 days of our giving you notice
periods set out in the Price Guide and/or Customer
Voucher.
pay as you go Vouchers
Literature current as at the date of expiry.
3.1 Free airtime given to the customer on initial registration of
their new pay as you go phone (if any) shall be valid for
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For the avoidance of doubt calls shall include but not be
you to us, whether in relation to Services or not,
2.5 We shall investigate all complaints made whether by or
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3.4 We will disconnect your phone if during the previous six
months you have not Registered a new pay as you go
3.5 No cash credits will be given for unused pay as you go
Vouchers. Credit or Debit card payments are subject to
of such failure; or
4.1.2
for whatever reason we are unable to provide
the Services.
our policy on acceptance in force from time to time.
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your responsibilities
persistent sending of unsolicited communications
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supplied by you
delay or Disconnection caused as a result of the
without reasonable cause;
5.1 Recognising that good management and security of
not act in a way, whether knowingly or otherwise,
operation of this Condition 6.2.
6.1 By applying for Registration you represent to us that
the Services is important to all Orange customers you
such that the operation of the Network or any
the name, address and other factual information which
agree that you will:
part of the Network will be jeopardised or
you provide to us are correct.
5.1.1
not use the Services for any improper, immoral,
fraudulent or unlawful purposes or for the
5.1.2
impaired;
5.1.4
6.2 You acknowledge that if we suspect on reasonable
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SIM Card
7.1 Any SIM Card we supply to you remains our property
only use a Phone and Accessories approved for
grounds that information has been supplied to us
but it is your responsibility to keep it safe. SIM Cards
sending of any communication which is of an
use with the Network and comply with all relevant
without the knowledge of the person named or that an
are easily damaged and should be handled with care.
offensive, abusive, indecent, obscene or
legislation or regulation relating to its use;
application is unauthorised or contains false particulars,
We will replace any SIM Card found to be defective by
comply with any reasonable instructions issued
for the protection of our Customers and the Network,
reason of faulty workmanship or design free of charge
not cause, nor knowingly allow others to cause,
by us which concern your use of the Services
we may delay Connection or Disconnect Services to
but may charge for replacing or renewing a SIM card in
any nuisance annoyance or inconvenience
and co-operate with us in our reasonable security
your Phone while we investigate further. If our
any other circumstances. We reserve the right to recall
whether to us or to any of our customers which
and other checks (which may include us making
suspicions prove groundless we will Connect or Re-
any SIM Card from you at any time to enhance or
shall include the use of the Network for the
phone calls to you).
connect Services immediately. You acknowledge that
maintain the quality of the Services.
menacing nature;
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5.1.3
5.1.5
you will have no claim against us in respect of any
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7.2 You must inform us immediately in the event that a SIM
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directory and caller ID
Card is damaged. We will send you a replacement SIM
Card as soon as reasonably practicable but we reserve
8.1 Unless you inform us otherwise when you Register your
the right to charge you for doing so.
first pay as you go Voucher, we may make appropriate
7.3 The software in the SIM and the Phone is either owned
by or licensed to Orange which grants you a non-
take advantage of the provisions of Condition 9.4 you
may inform us if at any time your Phone requires repair.
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phones
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changes
10.1 We reserve the right to vary these terms and conditions
9.4 Upon receipt of notification under Condition 9.3 we
and the Charges from time to time.
may at your request Suspend Services for a maximum
9.1 Your Phone and Accessories are acquired by you
outside of the operation of these terms and conditions
relating to the same and provided you pay the current
and, as between you and Orange, are your property.
9.2 Any insurance or warranty relating to your Phone must
be purchased by you separately of these terms and
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request the re-instatement of the pay as you go Voucher.
9.3 You must inform us immediately in the event that the
SIM Card or your Phone is lost or stolen. In order to
restriction at your request, subject to our current policy
administration charge.
of the 30-day period if you do not during that period
no longer be valid.
of your telephone number on receiving handsets.
7.4 The SIM Card supplied with your Phone enables the
Phone to work on our Network only. We will lift this
your Phone or if you do so make a request on the expiry
of which you may previously have had the benefit will
directory entries and our Network may allow the display
exclusive licence to use it for accessing the Services
and not otherwise.
conditions. Any insurance or warranty arranged by us
period of 30 days whilst you make arrangements to
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obtain an alternative phone.
9.5 In the event that you fail to make a request as permitted
11.1 We update our Customer Literature from time to time.
by Condition 9.4 then any current pay as you go
You are asked to read your Customer Literature and to
Voucher will lapse when you report the loss or theft of
keep it until it is superseded.
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We regard you as having been properly notified of any
whether any statement or representation is properly
information if it is either included in a mailing addressed
authorised you should contact Orange customer
12.2 We may assign our rights and obligations under these
terms and conditions only if such assignment is on
matters arising under it.
to you or in a text message sent by us to your Phone.
services immediately.
terms which are at least as advantageous as those set
Neither party excludes liability for negligent acts
out herein.
or omissions causing death or personal injury
You are asked to ensure that when contacting Orange
customer services with queries you rely on current
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assignment and change of ownership of phone
Customer Literature.
11.2 Orange cannot accept responsibility for offers related to
to any person.
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liability
12.1 For your security, we will not knowingly Re-connect a
13.2 Subject to Condition 13.1, we limit our legal liability up
the provision of its Services made elsewhere than in its
Phone owned by you to our Network at the request of
own advertisements or publications or for any
someone other than you unless it is at least six months
shall be liable to the other, whether in contract or tort
series of related claims for any loss or damage which
promises, representations, waivers, indulgences or
since you last Registered a pay as you go Voucher or
or otherwise, for any loss or damage which is:
is:
other purported variations of these terms and
the person requesting Re-connection is able to
13.1.1 not the fault of the other party;
13.2.1 direct financial loss.
conditions unless confirmed in writing by an authorised
correctly identify your account password.
13.1.2 indirect and/or not reasonably foreseeable.
13.2.2 direct physical damage to or loss of property
employee of Orange. If you are in any doubt as to
13.1 Except as provided in this Condition 13, neither party
13.1.3 loss of business, profits, savings, revenue, use
or goodwill whether caused to the other party
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through any breach of your Contract or any
to a maximum of three thousand pounds per claim or a
resulting from our breach of contract or
negligence while providing Services.
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13.3 We will not be liable to you if we are unable to perform
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general
an obligation or provide the Services to you because of
any factor outside our control, including but not limited
obligations under your Contract;
14.1 Subject to Condition 10 these terms and conditions may
to Acts of God, industrial action, default or failure of a
only be varied or amended only by the express mutual
third party, war, governmental action, or by any act or
agreement of both parties and the party seeking to rely
decision made by a court of competent jurisdiction.
on such variation or amendment must produce evidence
13.4 Subject to Condition 13.1, your liability is limited to
payment of all outstanding Charges due in accordance
with the provisions of your Contract.
how you have performed in meeting your
of the other party’s agreement to it.
14.2 You agree to the disclosure to any telecommunications
14.2.2 any disclosure as may be within our Data
Protection Act registration.
14.2.3 any disclosure required as a result of an order of any
court of competent jurisdiction or by statutory authority.
14.3 All notices under these terms and conditions will be sent
14.5 Any waiver, concession or extra time we may allow you is
limited to the specific circumstances in which it was
given. It does not affect our rights under these terms and
conditions in any other way.
14.6 You may request that certain disputes between you and
us are referred to arbitration under our Code of Practice
for Consumer Affairs, except for all disputes concerning
to the address given by you on Registration unless you
the operation of Condition 10 of these terms and
company, debt collection agency, credit reference
notify us of a change to this address. Any notice from us
conditions which shall always be referred to arbitration.
agency, credit or fraud monitoring scheme, security
to you will be deemed served 48 hours after posting or
We will supply a copy of the Code to you on request.
agency or credit provider of:
an earlier proof of delivery.
14.2.1 any information relating to your Contract, including
your personal financial information and details of
14.4 All notices to be served in accordance with these terms
and conditions must be served by text message,
electronic mail or by post or facsimile.
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14.7 Our Company Registration Number is 2178917 and our
Registered Office is at St James Court, Great Park Road,
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downloadable games terms
and conditions
Almondsbury Park, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, BS32 4QJ.
14.8 The operation of these terms and conditions shall be
1.3 By downloading the Game the player agrees to be
bound by these Terms and Conditions
1.4 You can only download the Game in the United
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eligibility
interpreted in accordance with the Laws of England and
Wales.
1.1 Each downloadable mobile phone game from Orange
currently charged at 10p per message whilst in the UK.
foreign countries, however this is dependent on this
This charge will apply even if you have SMS remaining
service being supported by the foreign network.
in a monthly or other bundle. Any submission of high
score whilst outside the UK will be subject to additional
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cost
listed on the orange.co.uk/games website and
registered on the Orange network in the United
Kingdom (“the Phone”).
1.2 Only one player can be registered for the Game
per phone.
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on messages sent from the player’s phone, which are
Kingdom, the Game may be downloaded in some
Games (“the Game”) is open to any UK resident age 16
years or over who has phone of a type which is both
will be subject to additional charges.
2.2 The charges for submitting your high score are based
charges at the foreign network rates. Similar charges
may apply in respect of certain actions such as
2.1 The cost of downloading each Game in its basic form
is currently charged at £1.50. For certain games,
unlocking an individual character or feature.
2.3 Orange reserves the right to change these costs, and
additional levels or stages may be available for
will publish any changes on www.orange.co.uk/games
download and these will be charged at 50p per level or
Any continued use of the Game after such publication
stage, any downloading of the Game outside the UK
means that you will be deemed to have accepted such
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changes. You will only be charged for complete
You must not enter into any unlawful, inaccurate, vulgar or
downloads. If your download should not be completed
inappropriate detail at the point of registration for the prizes.
you will not be charged.
general
conditions attaching to Prizes
the prizes
5.2 Orange accepts no liability for the temporary
non-availability of its network, loss, late receipt or non-
5.1 Under no circumstances will Orange or any of the other
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3
5
parties involved in the provision of the Game, be liable
readability of any transmission or other communications.
5.3 Orange reserves the right to amend these Terms and
for any losses, damages, costs or expenses arising
Conditions from time to time. Any alteration or addition
Prizes are not transferable. All prize descriptions not illustrative
from or in any way connected with any errors, defects,
to these Terms shall take effect immediately once
Certain Games may have prizes for those with highest scores,
and not definitive. Further details available on written request
interruptions, malfunctions or delays in the provision of
posted on www.orange.co.uk/games. Any continued
or who win tournaments. Details of any such prizes will be
submitted to Orange with a stamped self-addressed envelope.
the Game. We agree to rectify any such problems in
use of the Game after such publication means that you
displayed at www.orange.co.uk/games
Orange’s decisions regarding prize winners shall be final and
the Game which are notified to us as soon as we
Orange reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal
reasonably can. If you do notice a fault or error in the
or greater value at any time.
Game, please notify Orange customer services.
will be deemed to have accepted such changes.
5.4 We reserve the right to cease provision of the Game at
any time.
5.5 Only one Game may be stored on your phone at any
no correspondence will be entered into by Orange. Details of
The prizes may themselves be subject to other terms and
winners will be made available by Orange on written request.
conditions, depending upon their nature.
time, in addition to the Game already stored on your
No cash alternative is available in whole or part.
phone at the time it is registered to the Orange network.
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5.6 The downloading of the Game is subject to availability
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All trademarks and trade names are the properties of their
and may be affected by the volume of users from time
respective owners. All rights are reserved by the respective
to time or by network congestion. Orange’s Standard
owners.
Declaration of conformity
been carried out and that] the above named product is in
For the following product: GSM900/GSM1800 Dualband
conformity to all essential requirements of Directive
Network Terms and Condition continue to apply in
Digital Portable Cellular Telephone SGH-E800
1999/5/EC.
parallel with these Terms and Conditions.
Manufactured at
5.7 You must only use the Game for your own personal
use, and not for any commercial purpose.
5.8 You agree only to access, download and use the Game
: Samsung Electronics C0., Ltd, 94-1
Imsoo-Dong, Gumi City, Kyung-Buk, Korea, 730-350
The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article
to which this declaration relates, is in comformity with the
10 and detailed in Annex[* *] of Directive 1999/5/EC has
following standards and/or other normative documents.
been followed with the involvement of the following Notified
in accordance with Orange’s security measures relating
Body(ies):
to its network and billing, and the source code of the
Safety:
EN 60950:2000
Game, and will not attempt to circumvent such security
EMC:
EN 301 489-01 v1.3.1 (2001-09)
BABT, Claremont House,
EN 301 489-07 v1.1.1 (2000-09)
34 Molesey Road, Walton-on-
EN 50360:2001
Thames, KT12 4RQ, UK
EN 50361:2001
Identification mark:
measures.
SAR:
222
We hereby declare that [all essential radio test suites have
Network: EN 301 511 v9.0.2 (2003-03)
0168
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reference
The technical documentation kept at: Samsung Electronics
see the warranty card or contact the retailer where you
Euro QA Lab which will be made available upon request.
purchased your phone.
(Representative in the EU)
Samsung Electronics Euro QA Lab., Blackbushe Business
Park, Saxony Way, Yateley, Hampshire, GU46 6GG, UK.
2004.04.06
In-Seop Lee / S. Manager
* * It is not the address of Samsung Service Centre. For the
address or the phone number of Samsung Service Centre,
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index
index
index
index
a
Call history
67
Conference calls
40
g
Call length
67
Copy contacts
52
Games
Answering
36
d
Barring
65
Declaration of conformity
Conference
40
Dialling
Divert
61
Fixed
63
i
Make a
23
Speed
54
Information menu
Redial
36
Divert a call
61
Waiting
37
Directory Enquiries
Caller groups
55
126
Calls
Alarm clock
117
Answer Phone
see Orange Answer Phone
Answer a call
36
b
Bookmarks
94
c
h
Caller id
43
120
Camera
28
f
Calendar
117
Charging
13
Fixed dialling
Home screen
19
see Orange Information menu
Infrared
114
International services
see Orange Directory Enquiries
Calculator
226
223
63
Pay monthly customers
138
Pay as you go customers
140
Network selection
143
227
index
index
Internet menu
see Orange Internet
k
Keylock
Message alert
xx
Orange Care
133
Copy
Minute minder
xx
Orange Internet
100
Delete
51
Missed call alert
66
Orange Plus
98
Search
50
Mute
xx
Orange service directory
44
Phone keys
xx
Photo
80
Photo library
87
18
o
l
Language selection
Orange Text Media services
Orange Answer Fax
109
Orange Answer Phone
123
58
Orange Information menu
98
Photo Messaging
29
Orange 177
99
Predictive text
73
Orange 277
98
Line 2
42
Answer Phone Call Return
58
Loudspeaker
44
Answer Phone PIN
60
checking from any other phone
60
Messages
58
p
Register
Phonebook
Ring tone
m
Memory mate
53
Personal greeting
59
Menu
xx
Shortcuts
59
228
52
Orange World
90
r
Redialling
Create a contact
36
10
107
26
229
index
index
s
w
Text messages
Safety
148
Send
30
Security codes
135
Write
30
Silence
106
Attach a picture or sound
73
Use a template
75
SIM Card insert
12
SIM Card PIN
132
Speed dialling
54
Stopwatch
Store a name and number
122
xx
Time and date
Wap
see Orange World
Wap games
128
119
v
Voice Media
see Orange 177
t
Volume
Taking a second call
25
37
Text Media
see Orange Text Media
230
231
contact Orange
contact Orange
Orange Customer Services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Alternatively, visit the Orange website at
www.orange.co.uk for more details. The three-digit numbers in Orange can be called from any phone by adding the prefix 07973 100.
pay monthly customers
pay as you go customers
Billing Enquiries
Orange Care
Customer Services
Customer Services (Enquiries)
Information Line
Literature Request Line
Lost or Stolen
Orange Care
Orange Multi Media
Registration
Talk Time balance
To top up your Talk Time
152†
434
150†
International Directory
Enquiries
Literature Request Line
Lost or Stolen
Orange Multi Media
118 880*
07973 973 970*†
07973 100 150†
177* or 277*
451*†
452
650*
07973 100 451†
434
177* or 277*
0800 079 0006
453
450†
all Orange customers
helpful booklets
Visit the Orange website to find out more about Orange
If you would like to receive a free booklet containing useful
products and services, buy accessories from the Orange
information on an Orange product or service call the Orange
shop and if you are a pay as you go customer register with
Literature request line on 07973 973 970 from any phone or
Orange online.
if you are pay as you go customer 650 from your Orange
phone. The following booklets are available:
Orange Explain Answer Phone
Orange Explain Answering Services
Orange Accessories Line
Directory Enquiries
Emergency Services
Operator Services
0500 178 178
118 000*
999 or 112
100†
Orange Business Customer
Services
158
232
www.orange.co.uk
* Chargeable services available with your Orange phone.
† Charged at BT ‘F’ rate if you call from a BT fixed line phone.
Orange services
International Calling Helpline
Every Phone
WildfireTM Activation Line
Wirefree Enquiry Line
Orange Explain Care Terms and Conditions
159
330
435
156
Orange Explain International Services
Orange Explain Orange Data Access
Orange Explain Services and Charges
Orange Explain Text Messaging
■ Some calls are free from your Orange phone unless
you have an Orange Value Promise Service Plan.
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For further information about Orange products and services please visit our website at the address below.
The information contained in this user guide is correct at the time of going to press, but Orange reserves the right
to make subsequent changes to it and services may be modified, supplemented or withdrawn. June 2004.
© Orange Personal Communications Services Limited 2004. Orange and wirefree™ and any other Orange
product or service names referred to in this user guide are trade marks of Orange Personal Communications
Services Limited.
Orange Personal Communications
Services Limited.
PO Box 10
Patchway
Bristol
BS32 4BQ
www.orange.co.uk
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