Capacity: 850 mAh Voltage: 3.7V Battery type: Li-ion Compatible part numbers: BSL-64G SBPL0072134 Compatible models: LG C1300 C1300i C1100 G4015 G4020 G622
Part Number: CS-LC1300SL-72407393
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User reviews and opinions
|jeffxiao||2:52pm on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
|LG Phone This is quite a good phone and hold 250 messages and is perfect for your first phone like it was for me! LG C1100 This LG phone works well, looks good and is very, very small. The menu system is very well designed- based on the samsung menu.|
|smertz||1:55am on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|This is a phone that you should go into the shops now and buy. Cheap but doesnt feel it with all the things a phone should have.|
|thorstenk||12:49am on Sunday, August 1st, 2010|
|This phone is good-looking but lacks many stylish features and is quite chunky. I do not mind the LG menu format but it did annoy me that when texting it did not automatically put capital letters at the start of sentences.|
|jdbarker||9:13am on Friday, May 7th, 2010|
|This is a small and compact colour phone which is a flip phone I paid £99.99 for it from a shop called Tiny Phones. This is a small and compact colour phone which is a flip phone I paid £99.99 for it from a shop called Tiny Phones.|
|arielgr||3:35am on Thursday, March 18th, 2010|
|LG C1100 This LG phone works well, looks good and is very, very small. The menu system is very well designed- based on the samsung menu.|
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full user guide LG C1100
This guide provides you with all the information you need to use your phone, from making a call to texting a friend. You can also find out more about the wide range of services offered by Orange to keep you in touch and informed whether youre at home, at work or abroad. So that you can make your first call please take a few moments to register with Orange. See your quick start guide for more information. Thank you
1 get to know your phone
Orange Directory Enquiries..30 Keys and their functions..8 Explore the menus..10 Symbols on your display.14
manage your calls
Orange Answer Phone..32 Answer Phone Call Return..32 Call divert..35 Fixed dialling..37 Call barring..38 Missed, dialled and received calls.39 Orange Answer Fax..39 Call length..40
Make a call..16 Answer a call..18 Redial a number..18 Call Waiting...19 Mute a call...20 Missed calls..21 Conference calling..21 Line 2..23 Caller id... 24
Send a text message..42 Predictive text..42 Picture messaging..44 Text templates...44 Group text messaging..45 Receive a text message.46
3 manage your contacts
Call a contact..26 Add a new entry..26 Edit your contacts..27 Copy your contacts..28 Memory Mate...28 4
6 Orange Multi Media services
Orange Email..52 Bookmarks...54 Orange Text Media..55 Orange Plus..56 Orange Voice Media..57 Orange Internet..58 Wap games..70
10 International services
Pay monthly customers..72 Pay as you go customers..74 Select a network..77
personalise your phone
11 ensure your phone is secure
Orange Care..80 SIM Card PIN..83 Security codes...84
Profiles...60 Favourites..61 Download applications..62
8 manage your time
Set the time and date..64 Alarm clock...64 Add an appointment..65 Calculator..66 Unit converter..67 Voice recorder..67
Safety..86 Radio waves and your phone.96 Paperwork..96 Orange Care terms and conditions..98 Pay monthly terms and conditions.115 Pay as you go terms and conditions..134 Downloadable games terms and conditions...145 Declaration of Conformity..150
9 have fun on your phone
with the C1100 you can.
customise your profile settings to suit your surroundings access your favourite features quickly using the scroll key shortcuts slim and compact colour clam shell phone
download Java applications to personalise your phone keep up-to-date with the subjects that interest you most with Orange World
the C1100 brings sparkle to your life
get to know your phone
soft keys the function of these change according to what you are doing scroll keys to move through the menu options and to access your phonebook, inbox and list of favourites call key to answer a call or to make an outgoing call clear key to delete a character when entering text
menu key from the main display, press this key to open your list of menus or use it to select a menu or function
end/power key to end a call or, if your phone is ringing to busy a call and divert it to your Orange Answer Phone. Press and hold to switch your phone on.
4 Press Options, scroll to Add new and press Select. 5 Enter a template message and press OK. To use a text template: 1 From the main display press Message. 2 Press Insert, scroll to Text message template and press Select. 3 Scroll to the template you want to use and press Select. 4 Edit the message as appropriate adding any extra text you want to include. 5 Send the message as normal.
send the same text message to a group of people
Group Text Messaging is a handy feature to use when you need to repeat the same message to more than one person. 1 When you have finished writing your text message press Options. 2 Send is highlighted. Press Select. 3 Enter the numbers of all the people you want to send the message to. You can send the message to up to six recipients. 4 Press Send. Note: The cost to send a text message depends on your Service Plan and you are charged for each person the message is sent to.
to read a text message
1 When you receive a text message, Message 1 is shown in the display. Press Select and your message inbox will open. 2 Scroll to the message you would like to read and press Options. The most recent message will appear at the top of the list. 3 View is highlighted. Press Select. 4 Press Options and choose from:
Delete Delete the message. Extract Extract a picture, sound or text from the message. It will be saved in My folder or in your phonebook.
View information View information about the message. Delete all Delete all your received messages.
Note: You will be able to receive photo messages from other mobile phones. You can read them and forward them in the same way as text messages.
Reply Reply to the sender. Forward Forward the message to someone else.
Return call Call back the message sender.
view a list of options while writing your message
While writing a text message, press Options at any time and choose from:
Add T9 dictionary Add a word to your predictive text dictionary. Note: This option is not available with standard text input.
T9 languages Change between standard and predictive text.
Send Send the message. Save Save the message to your Drafts folder to send later.
Exit Exit out of the message.
Font Change the size or style of your text. Colour Change the background or foreground colour of the message.
Alignment Change the alignment of your text.
Orange Multi Media services
one click to your new Orange World
Just one click on your new LG C1100 transports you to the latest games, ringtones and sports news from around the world. Find your nearest cashpoint then pick out a bar to blow your wages in, or simply curl up on the sofa and read about your favourite celebrities. Or, if youre feeling lucky, why not enter one of our great competitions. Whatever your mood, youre bound to find something of interest in your Orange World, so take the leap and get exploring now! To enter Orange World press Orange. Orange World will open. Scroll down the page and press Select when you come to a link you want to visit. Channels enables
Orange to suggest links that youll enjoy, the suggestions we make are based on your phone and the day of the week. For example, on a Saturday we may suggest sport to give you quick access to football results. Use Channels to personalise your phone by downloading new ring tones, wallpapers, or the latest games, including some of the biggest games around such as Fifa Football and Tiger Woods Golf. You can even send Purple Ronnie greeting cards to send a surprise message to your friends. You can also access services from other providers such as the BBC and RAC.
create your own Orange World
The great thing about using Orange World is that you can constantly update it to suit your interests. When you first enter Orange World, spend a minute or two completing the Orange World wizard, which will ask you about your interests in order to provide the most relevant services to you. To set up your Orange World wizard, click the link under Your Page. Once you have finished personalising, use the Your Page link to quickly go to services which are of interest to you. You can add or delete links to Your Page using the simple options provided. A suggestion for a link that might be useful will also appear at the top of the Orange homepage each time that you begin browsing.
find your way using Orange World
Theres nothing more annoying than being lost or not having the right number to hand. You can now put these frustrations 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, to help you find the information you need to keep working or partying. For example, use Orange World to find the nearest cash point to the pub you arranged to meet your friends in. Once youre there, use the Find feature to find the local cinema, and grab a cab number to organise a lift there. Its simple, quick, and above all convenient. Try it now to see what you could be doing tonight.
Certain hearing aids can be interfered with by your mobile phone. If this occurs, please consult the hearing aid manufacturer.
explosive materials You are advised to switch off your phone when at a petrol station or other refuelling point. You must observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas); chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.
Note: The functioning of your phone can be affected by localised conditions, and we cannot guarantee coverage inside buildings. If you have difficulty in making or receiving calls, you should contact Orange customer services. 14 general safety information
When changing your phones cover, always switch off the power and disconnect the phone from the charger or any other device. Always store the phone with the covers attached. Never use a phone without a cover.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always clearly marked. They include: below deck on boats; chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders; and any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
Remember to always make backup copies of all important data.
Your phone must be switched on to access games, ring tone composer, calendar, calculator, wap, infrared, timer and other similar features. Do not switch your phone on when mobile phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. 15
phone, because information stored on them may be erased. Always switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices so require. phone and battery care
Warning: Use only batteries, charger and accessories approved for use with this particular phone model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone, and may be dangerous.
The information or services you have accessed using wap are stored in the cache of your phone, which is a memory used to store data temporarily. You should empty the cache of your phone after each use to ensure that any confidential information cannot be accessed by anyone using your phone.
Do not charge the battery when either of your phones covers are removed. Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of childrens reach. Your phone is not water resistant. Keep it dry. Precipitation, humidity and all types of liquids or moisture can contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits.
Parts of the phone are magnetic. Metallic materials may be attracted to the phone. Always secure the phone in its holder because metallic materials may be attracted by the earpiece. Do not place credit cards or other magnetic storage media near the
Do not use your phone in dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts can be damaged.
since overcharging may shorten its lifetime. If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time.
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. Note that a new batterys full performance may only be achieved after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles.
Do not paint your phone as this can clog its moving parts and prevent operation. Only use the antenna supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorised antennae, modifications or attachments could damage the phone and may violate regulations governing use of mobile phones.
The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out. When the operating time (talk time and standby time) is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new battery.
Keep all SIM Cards out of childrens reach. Use your phone battery only for its intended purpose, and never use any charger or battery which is damaged or worn out.
Temperature extremes may affect the ability of your battery to charge: allow it to cool down or warm up first.
Never use any charger or battery which is damaged or worn out. Always unplug the charger when not in use. Do not leave the batteries connected to the charger for longer than a week,
Never allow the battery terminals to short circuit, as this can cause damage to the battery or to the connecting object (a short circuit can occur if a metallic object such as a coin, clip or pen causes direct
connection between the + and terminals of the battery). Therefore, always take adequate precautions when carrying a spare battery in a purse or pocket.
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.
Batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly and according to your local regulations, and must never be disposed of in household waste. Never dispose of batteries in a fire.
Do not store it in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage batteries and warp or melt certain plastics.
Do not store your phone in cold areas. When it warms up (to its normal temperature) moisture can form inside the phone which may damage electronic circuit boards.
When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory, including the charger, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.
Insurance cover will cease if any premium is not paid on the due date unless such delay is due to a processing error by any clearing bank or similar. Your phone will not be replaced or repaired if any sum is due by
will continue to apply from the date the Insurance first came into force. 6.5 Should you find a phone that you have reported lost or stolen before you have received a replacement, you must report this to Orange immediately so that the delivery of the replacement can be cancelled. If you fail to do so we reserve the right to impose a charge for any attempt to deliver the replacement. 6.6 When a replacement phone has been supplied due to accidental or malicious damage the original phone must be returned to Orange. 6.7 When a replacement phone has been supplied because of loss or theft, if the original phone is subsequently recovered it must be returned to Orange as it is the property of the insurer.
6.8 If there is reason to believe that you have not taken reasonable care of your phone any claim may be referred to Chartered Loss Adjusters in order to carry out a special investigation into the circumstances of the claim. No free replacement or repair will be provided unless and until the adjusters confirm your claim is acceptable under the terms of the policy 6.9 If Orange believes that you have persistently failed to take reasonable care of your phone your cover will be cancelled. 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 the relevant local authority and to Orange as soon as possible but in any event as soon as reasonably practicable after you discover loss theft or malicious damage. A replacement phone will not be sent to you until you return to the United Kingdom.
term and payments pay as you go Service Plan
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 time during the 12 month period in which event Orange will refund to you a pro rata proportion of the premium for the balance of each complete month remaining of that period unless you have already made a claim on the policy in which event no refund will be due.
10.1 When you are connected to a pay as you go service plan which requires Orange Care to be purchased as an optional extra the premium must be paid in advance. 10.2 The policy only applies to approved and branded Orange pay as you go phones and may be purchased for any phone within the current pay as you go range. If you pay by credit card or debit card the policy will come into force 24 hours after your call to request cover. If you pay by cheque then the policy will come into force within 24 hours of clearance of your cheque. The Insurance and warranty within the policy will each have a term of 12 months. Your confirmation of Insurance cover will be sent to you
switching between Service Plans
11.3 In the event that you wish to switch from a pay monthly service plan which requires Orange Care to be purchased as an optional extra to a pay monthly service plan which includes Orange Care then from the date such switching takes effect you will be covered by Orange Care for the unexpired balance (if any) of any period under clause 8.1 calculated from the day your phone was first registered on the Orange network. 11.4 In the event that you wish to switch from a pay as you go service plan for which Orange Care has been purchased to a pay monthly service plan which requires Orange Care to be purchased as an optional extra Orange Care will automatically cease. Orange will refund to you a pro rata proportion of the premium for the balance of each complete month
11.1 In the event that you wish to switch from one pay monthly service plan to another both of which include Orange Care, or, from one pay monthly service plan to another both of which require Orange Care to be purchased as an optional extra then Orange Care will continue unaffected. 11.2 In the event that you wish to switch from a pay monthly service plan which includes Orange Care to a pay monthly service plan which requires Orange Care to be purchased as an optional extra the inclusive Orange Care will automatically cease.
remaining of that period unless you have already made a claim on the policy in which event no refund will be due. 11.5 In the event you switch from a pay as you go service plan to a pay monthly service plan which includes Orange Care then from the date such switching takes effect you will be covered by Orange Care for the unexpired balance (if any) of any period under clause 8.1 calculated from the day your phone was first registered on the Orange network.
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 as an optional extra Orange Care will automatically cease but in such event you will not be entitled to any refund of premiums paid. 12 claims
12.1 To make a claim under this Insurance you should call 150 from your Orange pay monthly phone or 150 from any other phone if you are a pay monthly customer. Pay as you go customers should call 451 from their
Orange phone or 451 from any other phone. Small Business customers should call 345 from their Orange phone or 345 from any other phone and Business Solutions customers should call 158 from their Orange phone or 158 from any other phone. Your claim will be handled fairly and promptly. 12.2 In certain circumstances, particularly where there is a dispute over your claim Orange may refer the matter to independent Chartered Loss Adjusters for investigation and review. 13 complaints
pay monthly phone or 150 from any other phone. Pay as you go customers should call 451 from their Orange phone or 451 from any other phone. Small Business customers should call 345 from their Orange Phone or 345 from any other phone and Business Solutions customers should call 158 from their Orange phone or 158 from any other phone.
13.1 If you have any queries or complaints regarding this Insurance you should in the first instance address this to Orange. Call 150 from your Orange
13.2 If your queries or complaints regarding this Insurance are not satisfied, you can in the second instance write to Product Insurance, Orange PCS, Senhouse Road, Darlington, DL1 4YG. 13.3 If you are not satisfied with the way a complaint has been dealt with you should write to HSBC Insurance Brokers Limited, Quay West, Trafford Wharf Road, Manchester, M17 1PL. 13.4 If you remain dissatisfied, HSBC Insurance Brokers as a member of the General Insurance Standards Council is also a member of a registered independent dispute resolution scheme. They will advise you how you can contact this scheme.
13.5 Insofar as general Insurance products are concerned Orange is monitored by HSBC Insurance Brokers Limited who are members of the General Insurance Standards Council.
your Contract immediately if:
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
accept written notice from you that you wish to terminate your Contract. In such cases we will refund any pre-paid Charges that have not been used up.
you have breached conditions 6.4.1, 6.4.6 or 6.4.7 and have failed to correct that breach within 7 days of being given written notice to do so.
termination and Line 2
4.8 Termination of your Contract for any
reason connected with Line 1 will result in automatic termination of Line 2.
after Termination what to do after Termination of your Contract
period and submit interim invoices to you. The Connection charge will be included on your first invoice. Charges in respect of Services not supplied directly by us eg Roaming may be invoiced several months in arrears. VAT will be added to all invoices at the relevant rate where applicable. Payment is due when you receive your billing statement.
5.1 Termination of your Contract is subject to
you paying us any money you owe us and us paying you any money we owe you. After termination, it is your responsibility to cancel any direct debits, standing orders, credit card mandates or other authorisations you may have given for periodic payments to be made to us by third parties. 6 your responsibilities when your payments are due
6.1 Ordinarily we will invoice you monthly in
You will be responsible for paying all Charges on your Account, whether or not they have been accrued by you personally. You will also be responsible for any extraordinary costs incurred in administering your Account, including collecting any payments. If your Service has been Disconnected, either at your request or ours, you will remain responsible for paying any outstanding Charges.
advance for monthly charges which are non-refundable, and monthly in arrears for call and message charges but we reserve the right to amend the invoicing
penalties for overdue payments
6.2 If payment is not made within 14 days of
things that you agree to do
6.4 Recognising that good management and
its due date, we may charge interest on all sums outstanding at the rate of 2% above the base rate of National Westminster Bank Limited. This interest will be charged on a per annum basis calculated daily. payment methods
6.3 Ordinarily we will accept payment of
security of the Services is important to all Orange customers, you agree that you will:
provide whatever proofs of your identity and address that we consider reasonably necessary from time to time. Whilst photocopy or fax copies are usually acceptable we do reserve the right to request the original document;
Additional Services, you undertake to provide your correct name, address and
Services to your Phone while we investigate further. Following our investigation, we will Connect or reinstate the Services unless we have grounds to terminate. You acknowledge that you will have no claim against us in respect of any delay or Disconnection caused as a result of the operation of this Condition. 10 credit assessments 11 your application is subject to credit status
10.1 All applications for Registration and
we may ask you to lodge a Deposit with us before we Connect you. If you believe our assessment of you is incorrect, we will review your eligibility. However, we cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of information provided from the databases of credit reference agencies. Nor can we accept any liability for the consequences of our declining to Connect you. deposits deposits are held for 12 months
11.1 We may request a Deposit from you:
Orange Additional Services are subject to credit assessment before we can connect you to the Network. If our assessment of you does not meet our normal requirements we reserve the right to decline to Connect you or to supply Orange Additional Services. Alternatively,
a) before Connection b) before making Orange Additional Services available to you, or c) before reinstating the Services after Suspension. Deposits will be held for 12 months from the date of receipt and then refunded. We do not
pay interest on Deposits. If you owe us money, we may set off Deposits against the amount due to us. If there is a balance left over in such cases, we will remit this to you either by cheque or by crediting your Account. 12 SIM Card it's your responsibility to keep your SIM Card safe
12.1 Any SIM Card we supply to you remains
to enhance or maintain the quality of the Services. what to do if your SIM Card is lost, stolen or damaged
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. We will send you a replacement SIM Card as soon as reasonably practicable, but we reserve the right to charge you for doing so. your SIM Card and other networks
12.3 The SIM Card supplied with your Phone
our property, but it is your responsibility to keep it safe. SIM Cards are easily damaged and should be handled with care. We will replace free of charge any SIM Card found to be defective through faulty design or workmanship. In any other circumstances, however, we may charge for replacing it. We reserve the right to recall any SIM Card from you at any time
enables the Phone to work on our Network only - with the exception of Phones which can access Roaming Services. However, after the Minimum Term we will lift this restriction at your request, provided all your payments of
Charges are up to date and you pay the current administration charge. The software in the SIM Card and the Phone is either owned by or licensed to Orange which grants you a non-exclusive licence to use it for accessing the Services for the duration of your Contract and not otherwise. 15
your phone is not a part of your Contract
14.1 Your Phone and Accessories are
acquired by you outside the terms of your Contract. changes to your Contract we reserve the right to make changes
13 directory and Caller id what to do if you want your number to remain private
13.1 We will enter your Orange number in
to your Contract
15.1 When you Register you are asked to
choose a Price Plan and to indicate which Orange Additional Services you require. You may switch between Price Plans and add to or cancel Additionals by giving us not less than 10 days notice before your Monthly Billing Date (subject to the terms of any promotional offers you have accepted).
directories, and our Network will allow the display of your Orange number on receiving handsets. If you prefer not to allow either of these options, please let us know in writing. 14 phones
We do, however, reserve the right to vary the terms of this Contract from time to time and to make changes to your Price Plan. We acknowledge that if we do increase the Charges, withdraw Orange Additional Services or introduce new mandatory Charges - or if your contractual rights are affected to your detriment - you may terminate your Contract in accordance with Condition 4.3. If you do not give notice within one month of our notifying you of any change(s), you will be taken to have accepted the change(s). new services
15.2 The terms of your Contract, including
customer literature please read all the information we send you
16.1 We update our Customer Literature from
time to time. Information on various topics is mailed to Customers with their monthly billing statements and is available on request from us. You are asked to read your Customer Literature and to keep it until it is superseded. We regard you as having been given any information if it is either: a) included in a mailing addressed to you; b) in a text message sent by us to your Phone. c) communicated directly by any means.
period stated in Condition 3.1 such unused airtime will be forfeited.
3.3 Notwithstanding that you use all of a pay
as you go Voucher or that the free airtime given to a Customer in accordance with 3.1 above expires your Phone will continue to be capable of receiving incoming calls for the periods set out in the Price Guide and/or Customer Literature current as at the date of expiry.
3.4 We will disconnect your phone if during
whether by or against you and reserve the right to Suspend the Services if a complaint has been made against you pending the results of investigation of the complaint. 3 pay as you go Vouchers
3.1 Free airtime given to the customer on
the previous six months you have not Registered a new pay as you go Voucher or you have not made chargeable calls from your phone or received incoming calls on your phone. For the avoidance of doubt calls shall include but not be limited to voice calls, data calls and text messaging. On disconnection your mobile telephone number will be reassigned. On reconnection you will be assigned a new mobile telephone number.
initial registration of their new pay as you go phone (if any) shall be valid for the periods set out in the Price Guide and/or Customer Literature current as at the date of Registration.
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 above is not used within the relevant validity
Any remaining credit on your pay as you go Voucher will be reinstated if you reconnect. You can reconnect your phone without having credit on your pay as you go Voucher.
3.5 No cash credits will be given for unused 4.1.2
within 7 days of our giving you notice of such failure; or for whatever reason we are unable to provide the Services. 5 your responsibilities
pay as you go Vouchers. Credit or Debit card payments are subject to our policy on acceptance in force from time to time. 4 our rights to terminate your service
5.1 Recognising that good management and
authorised employee of Orange. If you are in any doubt as to whether any statement or representation is properly authorised you should contact Orange customer services immediately. 12 assignment and change of ownership of phone
12.1 For your security, we will not knowingly
11.1 We update our Customer Literature
from time to time. You are asked to read your Customer Literature and to keep it until it is superseded. We regard you as having been properly notified of any information if it is either included in a mailing addressed to you or in a text message sent by us to your Phone. You are asked to ensure that when contacting Orange customer services with queries you rely on current Customer Literature.
11.2 Orange cannot accept responsibility for
Re-connect a Phone owned by you to our Network at the request of someone other than you unless it is at least six months since you last Registered a pay as you go Voucher or the person requesting Re-connection is able to correctly identify your account password.
12.2 We may assign our rights and
offers related to the provision of its Services made elsewhere than in its own advertisements or publications or for any promises, representations, waivers, indulgences or other purported variations of these terms and conditions unless confirmed in writing by an
obligations under these terms and conditions only if such assignment is on terms which are at least as
advantageous as those set out herein. 13 liability
13.2 Subject to Condition 13.1, we limit our
legal liability up to a maximum of three thousand pounds per claim or a series of related claims for any loss or damage
13.1 Except as provided in this Condition 13,
13.2.1 direct financial loss. 13.2.2 direct physical damage to or loss
neither party shall be liable to the other, whether in contract or tort or otherwise, for any loss or damage which is:
13.1.1 not the fault of the other party; 13.1.2 indirect and/or not reasonably
of property resulting from our breach of contract or negligence while providing Services.
13.3 We will not be liable to you if we are
13.1.3 loss of business, profits, savings,
unable to perform an obligation or provide the Services to you because of any factor outside our control, including but not limited to Acts of God, industrial action, default or failure of a third party, war, governmental action, or by any act or decision made by a court of competent jurisdiction.
13.4 Subject to Condition 13.1, your liability
revenue, use or goodwill whether caused to the other party through any breach of your Contract or any matters arising under it. Neither party excludes liability for negligent acts or omissions causing death or personal injury to any person.
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http://cellphones.extemo.com/lg_c1100-mobile.html re - codes for lg c1100 hi there like many others im looking for the codes to use different sim card can you help please..?thankyou in advance..cheers! dazza unlock code can you please supply unlock code for lg c1100. thank you, andy. security code i keep getting a message to enter the security code on my lg c1100 after my son was playing with it. i do not recall putting in a security code when i bought the phone and cannot find the instruction manual. thanks security code for LG C1100 Bought A new sim.and is asking for a security code.please help.ASAP battery recharging problem Hi, when I turn on the phone the battery line comes up and the screen is lit up behind. But when I put the charger in the battery line does not move like it says it's supposed to in the manual. I cannot move past this, this is the only thing that I have ever seen on the screen since I bought the phone (today) and I don't know if it's broken or if I'm doing something wrong or what? Please help ASAP. Thank you. LG C1100 Can you please tell me how to set-up caller identity? At the moment when anyone tries to call me, i cannot see the person or the number. It only says missed call with the date and the time. So I cannot return anyones calls - because there is no information LC C1100 Can you please tell me how to set-up caller identity? When anyones tries to call me I cannot see the person or the number calling. I then have a missed phone call with only the time and the date - no person or contact details. Security Code i forget my code of security please help me security code hello please am using an LG C1100 phone and when i put it on it asks for security code when i use 0000 it does not respon please help me thanks unlock code lg c1100
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