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This function can be used to put a network provider's prefix in front of the telephone number ("linking"). Open the speed dial list. Select entry and open the submenu.
Confirm. Enter the telephone number: Enter the telephone number. Select a number from the Phonebook:
Open the Phonebook, select an entry and confirm. Lift the receiver. The number is dialled.
To make this function easier to use, you can also set one of the function keys accordingly (page 116).
Call duration display
When you are called, the call duration is automatically displayed in the display. If you call someone else, the call duration is displayed until the call charge display is transferred. (Precondition: You have asked your network provider to transfer the call charges.) When the call is ended, the call duration display stops. It remains for approximately 3 seconds before the handset goes into idle status.
Call charge display
You can display the charges if you have requested this from your network provider. You can check the ongoing units / total charges and the charges for the last call made (depending on setting, see page 48) on each terminal. The total charges includes the charges accrued by this terminal. If you don't receive any rate information from your network provider, the call duration is displayed.
Setting up the charge calculation
Ask your network provider if the call charges are transferred as a rate unit or as an amount. Set the account type Units cent.off. or Costs cent.off. accordingly. If you have selected Costs cent.off., but only units are transmitted by the network provider, after the call, it will automatically switch to Units cent.off. By factory default, Units cent.off. is pre-set. Setting the account type
i s Costs s Type of calcul.
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Set Costs cent.off.: Select the menu item and confirm ( = activated). Select the menu item and confirm ( = activated).
s Costs cent.off.
Set Units cent.off.:
s Units cent.off.
If you have also entered a factor (see section "Entering the price per unit", page 47), the call charges are multiplied by this factor. You can also use a factor if you want to charge higher call charges (e.g. increase charges by a factor of 2); otherwise deactivate the factor.
The No rate pre-set will display units.
Entering the price per unit In order for the invoice type Units cent.off. to be able to calculate charges, you must define the currency and the price per unit (by factory default: No rate). For this charge calculation, Units cent.off. must be set (factory default).
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select the factor with a comma, and confirm. Select the factor without a comma, and confirm. Enter the factor (4-digit), e.g. 0019 for 0.19 Euro If necessary, enter the currency (Factory default: EUR): Press the display key to select the currency symbol. Press the display key to open the submenu.
Replying to or forwarding text messages
While you read a text message you can use the following functions: W either.
Press the display key to open the submenu. Reply to an incoming message: Confirm. You can reply to the message immediately in the input field. Answer 'Yes':
s Answer: Yes
Select the menu item and confirm. Answer 'No': Select the menu item and confirm. Edit the incoming message and return it: Select the menu item and confirm. Edit text.
s Answer: No s Use text ~
. then W
Press the display key to open the submenu. Confirm and then send the message as described on page 54. The senders phone number is provided automatically. Select and confirm to store the entry.
To forward a text message, open the menu with W and select the Send option. Now send the message as described on page 54.
Calling back the text message sender
Open the SMS incoming message list (page 58). Now:
Select entry. Press the talk key. Press the display key to open the submenu.
either. or. Select. Dial using network provider's prefix: Press the display key to open the submenu.
s NET list s OK
Open the speed dial list. Select entry and confirm. The network provider's prefix is put in front of the phone number. If MSN next call is set for the handset (page 97), select the outgoing MSN and confirm.
SMS (text messages) Adding a text message sender's telephone number to the Phonebook
Precondition: You have opened the incoming message list and selected a message (page 58). W
Press display key to open menu.
Select the menu item and confirm. Go to the Name line and enter the name (max. 16-digits) (for entering text, see page 151). Press display key to open menu.
You can create a special Phonebook for SMS within your main Phonebook by putting an star (*) before the names.
Text messages to a PABX
You can only receive a text message when the Calling Line Identification is forwarded to the extension of the PABX (CLIP). The CLIP of the phone number of the SMS centre is evaluated in your telephone. If your phone is connected to a PABX, you may have to prefix the number of the SMS centre with an access code (this depends on your PABX). You can store the access code on your base station (page 137). If in doubt, you can test your PABX by sending a text message e.g. to your own number and putting the access code before the number of the SMS centre. If you do not receive the message, send another one, this time without the access code. When you send messages, your sender number may be sent without your extension number. The recipient cannot reply to you directly in this case.
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Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn)
The Gigaset SX353isdn has three answering machines (AM1, AM2, AM3), which can be used independently of each other. You can operate the answering machines either directly via the base station, a registered handset or by remote control (internal or external call to the answering machine, see page 72). Answering machines are not assigned an MSN (factory default). AM1 answers all calls. Each answering machine can be set, operated and played back from each handset/ terminal. One or more MSNs are assigned to each answering machine: Each answering machine can only be set and played back using handsets/terminals with the same receive MSN. Exception: If a receive MSN is exclusively assigned to an answering machine, then this answering machine can be used from all internal users.
If an answering machine is being used by a user (directly or via remote operation), no other user can access the answering machine during this time.
The date and time of arrival of each message is logged if you have previously set this function (page 86). You can hide answering machines you do not wish to use, see page 77. Definitions of terms used below:
Message Memos Message that a caller leaves on the answering machine. "Spoken notes" that you can leave on the answering machine for members of your family or office colleagues, for example. Answer and record or announce only. The caller hears the announcement and may then leave a message.
Answer and record mode Announce only mode The caller hears the announcement but cannot leave a message.
Selecting an answering machine i s Answering mach. s AM1 ~ OK
Select the menu item and confirm. If necessary, select answering machine and confirm, e.g. AM1. If AM lock is set (page 80): enter the answering machine PIN and confirm.
The list only contains the shown answering machines. If only one answering machine is shown, the list is skipped.
Activating/deactivating the answering machine
You can only activate/deactivate an answering machine when time control is not active (page 81). Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 63). either. Activate the answering machine:
[RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR ] OP.LIST
Press the talk or handsfree key. You pick up the call. Automatic pickup is deactivated: Press the talk or handsfree key. Press the display key to screen the call. The caller cannot hear you. Press the display key to pick up the call.
[RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR ] ACCEPT
In order to call another external party while the answering machine is recording a call you must deactivate the automatic pickup (page 84).
New messages are indicated by the flashing message key f. Pressing the message key f gives you direct access to the new messages. You can also open the lists of messages via the menu. Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 63).
Confirm. Playback starts with the newest message.
When all the messages have been played back you will be asked whether you wish to delete the messages. The following is shown on the screen for each message:
Date and time of call Caller's phone number
Number of the message displayed Total number of messages in the list
If automatic pause is activated the answering machine switches to pause mode after playing back a message. Press the display key or the key to continue playback.
Jumping to the next or previous message during playback
Go to the next message. Skip to beginning of current message. Repeat the last 5 seconds of the current message. If less than 5 seconds have elapsed, the current message is played back from the beginning. Skip to previous message.
Switching to pause mode during playback, ending pause mode Switch to pause mode. Confirm. Continue playback.
Returning a call during playback
You can call back a caller immediately while a message is being played. Precondition: The caller's number has been identified. During playback: W either. Press the display key to open the submenu. Call back:
s Call back
Select the menu item and confirm. Call back using the network provider's phone number:
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the network provider's number and confirm.
Playing a message to another caller
During an external call you can play messages from the answering machine to the person you are calling. Precondition: The same receive MSN is assigned to the base station (or handset) and the answering machine. During the call: i
s Play message s AM1 ~ OK
Select the menu item and confirm. If necessary, select answering machine and confirm, e.g. AM1. If AM lock is set (page 80): enter the answering machine PIN and confirm. Information about the oldest message is displayed on the screen. The message is not played back. Select message and open the submenu.
sW s Playback
Select the menu item and confirm. The playback starts. The other party can hear the message being played. End playback: Press the display key to open the submenu.
Select the menu item and confirm. The playback stops.
Playing back memos
Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 63).
s Memos s Play memo st
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Jump to the next or previous memo.
Setting the playback speed
You can set the playback speed of messages/memos in four levels: Slow, Normal speed, Fast or Very fast. When the phone is supplied Normal speed is set for all answering machines. During playback: W Press the display key to open the submenu.
s Speed s Fast
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the speed level and confirm, e.g. Fast ( = set).
Playback continues at the new speed. All subsequent messages/memos are played back at this speed until you make another change.
You can delete messages or memos individually or all together. Only messages and memos that have been listened to for at least 3 seconds can be deleted. These recordings are then designated as "old".
Deleting single messages/memos
Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 63). either.
Delete a single message: Confirm. Message playback begins. Select message. Press the display key to open the submenu.
st s Delete message
Select the menu item and confirm. The current message is deleted. Delete a single memo: Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select memo. Press the display key to open the submenu.
s Memos s Play memo st s Delete curr.memo
Select the menu item and confirm. The current memo is deleted.
Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Deleting all old messages/memos
Delete all old messages: Confirm. Message playback begins. Press the display key to open the submenu.
s Del.old messages
Select the menu item and confirm. Confirm. Delete all old memos:
s Memos s Play memo s Delete old memos
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Press the display key to open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm. Confirm.
Marking an old message or memo as "new"
You can mark messages/memos you have already played back as "new". This will display this message/memo on the handset as a new entry by flashing the message key f or by text in the display. Pressing the messages key f gives you direct access to the message/memo once more. During playback: W Press the display key to open the submenu.
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select internal number and open submenu, e.g. INT11: Int.11.
Setting an external/internal enquiry call
Your ISDN connection offers you two telephone lines (B channels) that you can use at the same time. You can set up your base station so that: when an enquiry call is made to another external party during an external call, the call is put on hold in the telephone exchange so that your second ISDN line remains free. when an enquiry call is made to another external party during an external call, the call is put on hold in your base station; in this case both ISDN lines are engaged. By factory default, Ext. enq. call is activated.
If Int. enq. call is set and it is not possible to place a call on hold in the telephone exchange, the call is automatically placed on hold internally in the device itself.
Initiating an enquiry call see page 29 or page 30.
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. Set Int. enq. call: Select the menu item and confirm ( = activated). Select the menu item and confirm ( = activated). Hold down (back to idle status).
s Int. enq. call
s Ext. enq. call j
Set Ext. enq. call:
Setting up the waiting melody
An external caller hears the set waiting melody when the connection is on hold in the base station (internal) (page 106). An external party whose connection is on hold in the telephone exchange (external), and an internal user who is on hold, will not hear a waiting melody. The following settings can be selected: Internal The party on hold hears the waiting melody of the base. The waiting melody is imported from an external device. To do this the analogue connection must be configured as Ext. music/hold (page 131). If the analogue connection is configured differently, the setting External is not available. Please observe the legal regulations. When the waiting melody is deactivated, a setting cannot be made.
By factory default, Internal is activated.
Manually registering a Gigaset C1 / C2/C32 handset
s Handset Settings s Base 1 ~ OK
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select base (14) and confirm, e.g. Base 1. Enter the system PIN of the base (the default is 0000) and confirm. The display shows Registering and the name of the base, e.g., Base 1. Once the handset has located the base, the list of free internal numbers is shown in the display.
s Register Handset OK
After registration the handset reverts to idle status.
Operating with other devices Registering a Gigaset 4000 Comfort/Micro handset
Hold down to turn on the handset. Confirm the prompt.
G Settings G Base 1
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select base (14) and confirm, e.g. Base 1. Enter the system PIN of the base (the default is 0000) and confirm.
G Register H/Set
~ OK s INT11: Int.11
Select internal number and confirm, e.g. INT11: Int.11. Successful registration is confirmed on the display.
Registering a Gigaset 4000 Classic handset
You can register a maximum of four Gigaset 4000 Classic handsets. Register Gigaset 4000 Classic handsets before any other handsets. Open the menu.
s Register H/Set ~ OK
Select the menu item and confirm. PIN is displayed. Enter the system PIN of the base (the default is 0000) and confirm.
After entering the system PIN, the handset searches for a base station with that PIN. During this search, Register H/Set flashes in the display. After registration the handset reverts to idle status. Your handset is now ready to use! The next unassigned internal number between Int.11 and Int.18 is automatically assigned to the handset when it is registered.
Operating with other devices Registering a Gigaset 3000 Comfort/Micro handset
Hold down to turn on the handset. Confirm the prompt. Open the menu.
s Stations s Station1
Select the menu item and confirm. Select base (1-4) and open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm. Enter the system PIN of the base (factory default: 0000) and confirm.
s Registration ~ OK s INT11: Int.11
The next unassigned internal number between Int.11 and Int.18 is automatically assigned to the handset as it is registered.
Registering a Gigaset 3000 Classic handset
Hold down to turn on the handset. Press in turn. Enter the number of the base (normally 1) and confirm. The ready symbol C flashes and then lights up continuously when the connection to the base has been established. Enter the system PIN of the base (factory default: 0000) and confirm.
s Door type1
Setting up codes for Door type 2 (DTMF) entrance telephone
For entrance telephones controlled via DTMF codes, you can set up different codes. Please refer to the corresponding information in the operating instructions for the entrance telephone! If you set up an internal user as door type 2, the codes are automatically activated using presets.
i s Set base s Settings ~ OK s Setup user
s Setup device s INT21: Int.21
Select the menu item and confirm. Select internal user and open submenu. Select the menu item and confirm ( = on). Enter code (preset = #9). Set group call code: Set door opener code:
s Door code ~
s Hunt group code ~
Select the menu item and confirm ( = on). Enter code (preset = 8). Set connection code:
s Connection code ~
Select the menu item and confirm ( = on). Enter code (preset = 9). Set disconnection code:
s Release code ~
Select the menu item and confirm ( = on). Enter code (preset = #0).
Assigning internal users to the entrance telephone call group
If you have set up an entrance telephone (page 140), all internal users registered on the base station are automatically assigned to the entrance telephone call group. You can change this assignment.
i s Set base s Settings ~ OK s Setup user s Setup device s INT11: Int.11 s Door call grp.
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select internal user and open submenu, e.g. INT11: Int.11.
Making calls with the entrance telephone
Call from the entrance telephone
The following features are not available for calls with the entrance telephone: Putting a call on hold Enquiry call from a call with the entrance telephone Toggling a caller on the entrance telephone Conference with a caller on the entrance telephone Forwarding or transferring a call from the entrance telephone The entrance telephone calls internal users for 20 seconds. If external call diversion is set up for the entrance telephone, the call time is extended to 60 seconds.
Lift the receiver. You are connected to the entrance telephone. The message Door appears in the display. Replace the receiver. Press the display key to operate the door opener. The door opener is activated. The display shows Door open as confirmation. The connection to the entrance telephone is automatically broken after the door is opened.
Door type 1
The following examples provide guidance for activation of entrance telephones using a TFE adapter (door type 1). Siedle TLM 512/612, TLE 061, CTB 711
Ritto entrance telephone and door opening system
Caution! Connect base power unit 6573 and additional unit TFV5680 using enclosed bus connector.
Ritto TwinBus entrance system
Caution! Connect base power unit 4753/01 and additional unit TFV4680/00 using enclosed bus connector.
Door type 2 (DTMF)
For details of connecting entrance telephones with DTMF control (door type 2), refer to the example below. Deutsche Telekom DoorLine
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Wipe the base station and handset with a damp cloth (do not use solvent) or an antistatic cloth. Never use a dry cloth. This can cause static.
Contact with liquid
If the handset should come into contact with liquid, on no account switch the device on. Remove all batteries immediately. Allow the liquid to drain out of the device, and then pat all parts of the device dry. Keep the handset with the batteries removed in a warm, dry place for at least 72 hours. In many cases, you will then be able to use it again.
Questions and Answers
If you have any questions about the use of your phone, you can contact us 24/7 at www.siemens.com/gigasetcustomercare. You will find the most frequently asked questions and answers below. What has happened when
the base station does not ring?
The ringer is switched off. Internal call diversion is set to 0 ring cycles (= immediate call diversion). Night service is active. There are no metering pulses. Factor per unit = 0. Calling Line Identification is blocked. Date/time are not set. Its memory is full.
Activate (page 114) ringer. Increase the number of ring cycles for internal call diversion (page 100). Deactivate Night service (page 88). Ask your network provider to transmit the metering pulses. Set the factor per unit (page 46). The caller must ask his network provider to enable the identification of his number (CLI). Set the date/time (page 86). Delete old messages Play back new messages and delete. Check the long distance prefix and correct it (page 108). Deactivate Immediately call diversion (page 100). Determine the receive MSN (page 96). Change the authorisation (page 92).
the call units/charges are not displayed? the phone number of the caller is not displayed even though CLIP is set? the caller list does not indicate a time for a message? the answering machine does not record any messages or has automatically switched over to 'announce only'? you can't dial a phone number any longer? there are no incoming calls?
To begin: with the base station in idle status press i Answering mach. OK or i O, select an answering machine, e.g. AM1, and confirm with OK.
List of all messages AMx
Continue Delete message Call back Call-by-Call Repeat Del.old messages Display Status to 'new' Save number Speed
Slow Normal speed Fast Very fast
Exit Memos Record memo Play memo
List of all memos AMx
Continue Delete curr.memo Repeat Delete old memos Status to 'new' Speed
Exit Announcem ents Announcement 1 Announcement 2 Announcem. only Select Record Play back Delete Record Play back Delete
Settings Message/Memo Message length 1 minute 2 minutes 3 minutes Maximum
or Deactivate? if time control is activated List of four adjustable Select ann. Announceme nt 1 time periods
Time stamp Activate? Mon - Fri
Announceme nt 2 Announcem. only AM off Start time Saturday Sunday As for Mon-Fri Ann. 1 24h Ann. 2 24h Ann. only 24h AM off
No. of rings
Automatic 2/ring tone
9 ring tone Automatic pause Remote options Change AM-PIN AM lock AM quality AM language Aut. listen in SMS notificat. Remote control Remote delete
High quality Long recording Activate? Select MT Dest.call no.
or Deactivate? if activated
Activate? Change number Delete number
or Deactivate? if currently activated
Menu Tree Phonebook key and last number redial key
Press the Phonebook key h or the last number redial key k, select an entry with sand press W to open the corresponding menu. The following menu functions are available: For an entry in the Phonebook list:
Dial number Display Number New entry Edit entry Delete entry Display entry Send entry Delete list Send list Available memory
For an entry in the last number redial list:
Dial number Display Number Automatic Redial Copy to dir. Edit entry Delete entry Display entry
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Gigaset S44 handset Illuminated colour display (4096 colours) Graphic main menu with icons Illuminated keypad Handsfree mode Polyphonic ringer melodies Phonebook for around 200 entries SMS (CLIP must be enabled) Voice dialling PC interface for managing Phonebook entries Headphone socket www.siemens.com/gigasets44
Gigaset SL 1 handset Large illuminated graphic display with date and time Illuminated keypad Phonebook for around 200 entries Full duplex grade handsfree SMS EATONI predictive text Caller-based ringer melody setting (for VIP calls) Download options for obtaining melodies via SMS Room monitor Walkie talkie mode Voice dialling for 23 names Announce name when calling Vibration alarm Connector jack for headset, PC and MP3 player
Callback on no answer If a user does not respond when called, a caller can arrange an automatic callback. As soon as the destination phone has completed a call and is free again the caller is rung back. This service must be supported by the exchange. The callback request is automatically cancelled after approximately 2 hours (depending on the telephone exchange. Caller identification Displays caller's phone number, name or type of connection (e.g., exchange/ internal) on the telephone screen. Caller list Depending on the setting, the caller list contains callers you haven't reached, or those you have spoken to. The last 20 missed calls and the last 20 answered calls are stored with their phone number, date and time. If you wish, you can call back these callers directly from the list. Capture Performance feature "Identify/capture". MCID stands for "Malicious Call Identification". If you receive annoying calls, you can have the telephone exchange store the caller number. This performance feature must be requested from the network provider. CCBS (Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber) See "Callback on busy" CCNR (Completion of Calls No Reply) See "Callback on no answer" CD (Call Deflection) See "Call forwarding during the call phase" CF (Call Forwarding) See "Call diversion". Channel Like an analogue connection, an ISDN connection enters the building through two cables, but for ISDN a distinction is made between the two bearer channels called the B-channels (which have nothing to do with the physical cables!) and the control channel, otherwise known as the D channel. Charge detail display See "AOC-D" and "AOC-E". CLI (Calling Line Identification) The caller's phone number is transmitted. CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation) User A calls User B. A's phone number appears on B's telephone screen. CLIR (Calling Line Identification Restriction) Stops your personal phone number being displayed. CNIP (Calling Name Identification Presentation) User A calls User B. A's name appears on B's telephone screen.
COLP (Connected Line Identification Presentation) User A calls User B. B's phone number is displayed on A's telephone. If, for example, B has programmed call forwarding to C, and the dialled number and transmitted number are not the same, then C's phone number is displayed if C permits this phone number to be displayed. COLR (Connected Line Identification Restriction) If C has set up COLR, then C's phone number is not displayed on A's phone. Conference call See "Three-party conference". CW (Call Waiting) See "Call waiting".
Notebook function During a phone call you can enter a phone number in the phone's temporary memory to be dialled later. NT/NTBA Network terminating device (NT = Network Terminator and NTBA = Network Terminator Basic Access). The public T-ISDN is terminated with an NT. The NT acts as a bridge to the existing telephone outlet. Only the NT can or may be connected to the telephone outlet. Under no circumstances should analogue terminals also be connected to the phone outlet. ISDN terminals and additional ISDN outlets are connected to the NT.
Open listening At the touch of a key, all those present in a room can listen in to a phone call via an integrated loudspeaker. See also "Handsfree talking". Outgoing MSN, freely selectable A performance feature which helps you to individually determine which MSN should be used for the following call. This is not only important for the phone number display on the called handset but also for billing charges. This is because call charges, which can be broken down free of charge according to MSN on the network provider invoice, are billed according to the MSN used to make the call.
Parking A call is parked when you want to unplug the telephone during a call, or you want to continue your call from another telephone with the same connection. The connection is retained while it is parked. PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) Small portable computer, for example including calendar, address book and notes function and other applications such as a web browser for Internet access and a media player for playing back music. Phonebook An added feature on a phone allowing the name and phone number of several users to be stored. The phone numbers can quickly be found and dialled. PIN Abbreviation for Personal Identification Number. Protects against unauthorised use, e.g., system PIN, AM PIN, handset PIN. Plugging to bus TP, Terminal Portability. Also called parking. An incoming call can be held at the local exchange for up to three minutes to then be answered, for example, by another phone, a fax machine or a PC. In the meanwhile the caller hears an appropriate announcement. Pre-dialling, see also "Block dialling" For some telephones with a display you can enter the phone number first, and check it once more before dialling.
Remote activation Allows the answering machine to be activated and deactivated during a call. This function is PIN-protected. Remote check Answering machine function. Listen to messages remotely, mostly together with options like delete messages or change announcements. Repeater A repeater increases the range of a handset connected to a base station. The device receives the radio signal from the base station and broadcasts it further. Ring delay For each internal subscriber, you can specify how many rings occur before a call is activated. This can also be set for each MSN phone number. For example, your handset, in addition to the base telephone (which rings on the first ring) could ring after three rings for the private phone number, and ring on the first ring for the business phone number.
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View T-NetBox message. 110 Voice announcement (answering machine) Date/time. 78 Volume Earpiece. 113 Handsfree. 113 Ringer tone. 114
Telephone Connecting an analogue telephone. 130 Contact with liquid. 147 Preparing for use. 7 Telephone number Adding to the Phonebook (AM). 71 Assigning (MSN). 96 Display caller's. 23 Enter from Phonebook. 39 Into the Phonebook (SMS). 61 Managing numbers for SMS centres 50 Storing in the Phonebook. 36 Storing in the speed dial list. 37 Transfer from/to Phonebook. 39 Withhold identification. 24
Waiting melody. 172 Import external. 131 Warning tone, see Advisory tones Withholds your own phone number. 172 Writing a text message. 53
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