Alcatel-Lucent One Touch 701, Brick 700, One Touch 500, 501 User Manual

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USER’S

GUIDE

CONTENTS

Safety and precautions

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1 Your telephone

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1 - 1

Keys

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1 - 2

Status icons

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1 - 3

Conventions used in this User’s Guide

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2 Getting started

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2

- 1

Initial operation

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2 - 2

Switching your phone on

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2 - 3

Switching your phone off

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2 - 4

Fitting the pocket clip

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3 First steps

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3 - 1

Making a call

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3 - 2

Receiving a call

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3 - 3 Accessing your voice mail

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3 - 4

Displaying your number

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3 - 5 Accessing the functions and scrolling

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3 - 6

Functions structure

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3 - 7 Creating a directory file

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3 - 8 Changing the ring tone

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3 - 9 Reading your new short messages

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4 Directory

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4 - 1

Accessing the directory

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4 - 2

Creating a file

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4 - 3

Options

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4 - 4 Creating a new directory

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4 - 5

Copying files

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5

Consult information

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6

Calls

 

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6 - 1

Making a call

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6 - 2

Receiving a call

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6 - 3

During a call

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Call memory

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7 - 1

Accessing the call memory and calling back

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7 - 2

Options

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Short messages

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8 - 1

Accessing short messages

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8 - 2

Reading your short messages

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2

8 - 3

Options

8 - 4

Writing a short message

8 - 5

Parameters

9Scheduler

9 - 1 Accessing the scheduler

9 - 2 Consulting your scheduler

9 - 3 Creating an appointment

9 - 4 Scheduling an alarm

9 - 5 Creating a task

9 - 6 Options

9 - 7 Description of scheduler icons

9 - 8 Configuring the scheduler

9 - 9 Advanced scheduler functions

10Voice functions

10 - 1 Handsfree

10 - 2 Voice recognition

10 - 3 Voice memo

11Mobile Internet

11 - 1 Accessing Internet services

11 - 2 Options

12Calculator / Currency converter

12 - 1 Accessing the calculator and currency converter

12 - 2 Calculator

12 - 3 Currency converter

12 - 4 Currency selection

13Menu

13 - 1 Services

13 - 2 Settings

13 - 3 Billing

13 - 4 Available memory

13 - 5 Security

14Audios

14 - 1 Accessing the “Audios” function

14 - 2 Options

15Personal key

15 - 1 Features offered by personal key

15 - 2 Setting the personal key

16Warranty

16 - 1 Warranty

16 - 2 Information

17Accessories

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SAFETY AND

PRECAUTIONS

We recommend that you read this chapter carefully before use.

CONDITIONS OF USE

Switch the phone off before boarding an aircraft. Use could lead to legal action against the user.

Switch the phone off when in health care facilities except in areas specified. Like many other types of equipment now in regular use, mobile telephones can interfere with other electric or electronic devices.

Persons with a medical device (such as a pacemaker, hearing aid, insulin pump) should not carry the phone in a place close to the device.

When placing or receiving a call, persons with a pacemaker or hearing aid should use the ear on the opposite side to the device.

Switch your phone off when near gas or flammable liquids.

Strictly obey all signs and instructions when in a fuel depot, service station, chemical plant or any potentially explosive atmosphere.

Do not let small children use the phone without supervision.

Do not attempt to open or repair it yourself.

Do not expose the phone to unfavourable environmental conditions (humidity, rain, ingress of liquid, dust, sea air, etc.)

Outside the manufacturer’s recommended operating temperature range (-20° C +55° C), the legibility of the phone’s display may be impaired and the battery may not work, though this is temporary.

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CONDITIONS OF USE FOR BATTERIES:

Only use batteries, battery chargers and accessories approved by the manufacturer. The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage caused by use of other batteries, chargers or accessories.

Before removing the battery from your phone, please make sure that the phone is switched off.

Do not attempt to open the battery because it contains chemical substances.

Do not dispose of used batteries in household waste.

Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with locally applicable environmental legislation.

Do not place battery in fire or in water.

Do not store above 60 ºC.

Do not allow + and - terminals to contact each other. Keep them away from metal objects as nickel or coins.

Charge the battery in an area where the temperature is from 0º C to 45º C.

The battery discharges below -20º C and above 60º C.

The battery may discharge if it is not used for a sufficiently long period of time.

Do not let small children handle batteries without supervision.

SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS

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TRAFFIC SAFETY:

Remember to always check whether local legislation allows operation of a mobile phone while driving a vehicle.

It is vital to connect the phone to an external antenna when it is used in a vehicle. Electromagnetic waves may otherwise interfere with the vehicle electronics.

Check that the antenna is mounted and located away from the driver and passengers or separated from them by a metal screen (e.g. car roof).

We recommend that you park your car before using the phone. However if you intend to use your phone while driving, you must use it connected to the “Fullduplex handsfree vehicle kit” (cf. chapter entitled “Accessories”, page 92).

Electromagnetic waves from the telephone may interfere with the operation of the car’s electronic systems such as anti-lock brakes (ABS), airbags, etc.

Check with your car dealer or car manufacturer that these systems are adequately shielded from mobile phone RF energy before using it in the vehicle. Always avoid placing the phone on the dashboard.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

As with all radio transceivers, your mobile phone emits electromagnetic waves. This phone conforms to international regulations when used under normal conditions and in accordance with the instructions contained herein.

There has been speculation about the safety of mobile phones.

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Several expert groups belonging to or having been appointed by official national or international bodies have analysed all the existing publications and, to date, have concluded that there is a lack of evidence as to any credible or convincing hazardous effects of mobile phones on health.

These studies have, in particular, focused on the fact that mobile handsets receive and emit electromagnetic waves via their antenna.

Experts from such organizations as the European Commission and the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) have established thresholds on a handset’s emissions to the human body. The main measurement standard is known as SAR (Specific Absorption Rate). ALCATEL can formally state that all its GSM mobile phones generate a SAR that is significantly below these thresholds.

Furthermore, ALCATEL actively supports national and international research into this issue carried out by authoritative and independent organizations.

If you still have concerns on this issue, you may use your mobile phone with a headset, or use the handsfree feature integrated in the phone and, while driving, use the full-duplex handsfree vehicle kit (cf. chapter entitled “Accessories”, page 92).

The part numbers of these accessories can be found in the “Accessories” chapter on page 92.)

The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage which may result as a consequence of improper use or use contrary to the instructions contained herein.

Icons and other illustrations shown in this User’s Guide are for information only.

07/02/2000

SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS

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1 YOUR TELEPHONE

Activate voice functions

Delete

Lock keypad (long keypress)

Switch on

Switch off

Hang up

Voice mail

(2)

Your number

0 6 - 0 9

2 0 0 0

N e t w o r k n a m e

Loudspeaker

Personal

key

MENU

Scroll

Confirm

Off-hook

Microphone

Flap (1)

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1 • 1 Keys

Switch on/switch off (long keypress)

Hang up (short keypress)

Off hook

Access call memory (Redial)

Access the MENU (directory, short messages, etc.) Confirm an option

Volume control

Scroll to select an option

Delete (short keypress)

Return to standby screen (long keypress)

Lock the keypad (long keypress)

Use voice functions:

Activate built-in “handsfree” (short keypress during a call)

Activate “voice recognition” (short keypress in standby mode)

Record “voice memos”

(long keypress in standby mode)

Your personal key

Display your number (long keypress)

(1) Flap (depending on your model): to open flap, press button (2) on the left-hand side of the phone. You can also go off hook by opening the flap and hang up by closing it.

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YOUR TELEPHONE

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1 • 2 Status icons

Battery charge level.

Call forwarding activated: your calls are forwarded (see Chapter 13, page 70).

Consult information: Consult your voice mail, unanswered incoming calls, unread short messages and voice memos.

Short message list (SIM card) is full: your terminal cannot store any more messages. You must access the short message list and delete at least one message.

Appointment scheduled. (See Chapter 9, page 55).

Signal strength indicator.

Icons displayed at the bottom of the screen:

Keypad locked.

Vibrating system activated. (See Chapter 14, page 85).

Icons and other illustrations shown in this User’s Guide are for information only.

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1 • 3 Conventions used in this User’s Guide

You can use the scroll key to move between your phone’s options in four directions: up, down, left, right.

The following symbols are used in the text which follows:

Briefly press the centre of the scroll key to confirm an option.

Move the scroll key left or right.

Move the scroll key up or down.

Use the keypad keys to enter digits and/or letters.

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YOUR TELEPHONE

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2 GETTING STARTED

2 • 1 Initial operation

Insert the SIM card

You must insert your SIM card in order to use your phone.

Open the cover

Slide the SIM card

Close the cover

 

into its compartment

 

Fit the battery

CLICK

Insert the battery

Close the battery

Click into place

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Charge the battery

Connect the battery

Wait for the on-

Disconnect the

charger

screen indicator to

battery charger

 

stop flashing

once charging is

 

 

complete

A beep will sound when charging begins.

It takes a few seconds before the charging indicator icon starts to flash (charging time may be longer with a new battery, or when the battery level is very low).

The mains socket-outlet must be close to the phone and easily accessible.

When you first use your phone you must charge the battery for approximately 3 hours.

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GETTING STARTED

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2 • 2 Switching your phone on

 

P I N c o d e ?

 

0 6 - 0 9

 

_ _ _ _

 

2 0 0 0

 

 

 

N e t w o r k n a m e

Switch your

Enter your

Confirm

Standby screen

phone on

PIN code

 

 

(long keypress)

 

 

 

If you do not know your PIN code, please contact your network operator.

Do not leave your PIN code near your phone and keep your SIM card in a safe place when you are not using it.

You are prompted to enter the time and the date, enter new data if necessary, then confirm by .

If cell broadcast messages are displayed, use the key to browse through them in full or press the key to return to the standby screen.

While the phone is searching for a network, <<<–>>> is displayed (???-??? is displayed if your SIM card is rejected by the network, in this case please contact your operator).

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2

2

• 3

Switching your phone off

STARTED

 

Press the

key (long keypress).

GETTING

2

• 4

Fitting the pocket clip

 

This accessory is only available on certain models.

 

The pocket clip helps you keep your telephone in your shirt or jacket pocket.

The pocket clip is not designed to be worn on a belt.

OK OK

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3

FIRST STEPS

In order to make or receive a call, you must switch your phone on.

3 • 1 Making a call

 

 

Hello

 

Dial the

Make the

Talk

Hang up

number

call

 

 

If you make a mistake, use the key to delete digits.

3 • 2 Receiving a call

 

 

Hello

 

K a r i n e

 

 

 

Incoming call(1)

Take

Talk

Hang up

 

the call

 

 

Flap (depending on your model): to open the flap, press the button on the left-hand side of the phone. You can also answer a call by opening the flap.

(1)The caller’s number or name is displayed if it is provided by the network (check the availability of this service with your operator).

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3 • 3 Accessing your voice mail

The network provides a voice mail service to ensure that you do not miss any calls: it works like an answering machine which you can interrogate at any time.

V o i c e

m a i l

 

C a l l

?

 

(c) to

cancel

 

Access voice mail

Make the call

(long keypress)

 

If your operator’s voice mail access number is not shown, dial the number that your operator supplied to you. To later modify this number see the “Voice Mail” option in the “Menu”, page 75.

To use your voice mail abroad, contact your operator before setting out on your trip.

3 • 4 Displaying your number

You can display your own number by pressing the key (long keypress).

If your number is not displayed, enter it and confirm by pressing the key.

To later modify it, see the “Your number” option in the “Menu”, page 75.

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FIRST STEPS

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3 • 5 Accessing the functions and scrolling

Accessing the functions

The functions can be accessed from the standby screen by pressing the key.

This takes you to the following screen:

Directory

Choosing a function

Directory

Events

Select a function

Confirm

Scrolling within a function

You can scroll horizontally to the various icons:

 

F r

d

r i q u e

 

 

 

H

l

n e

 

 

S o p h i e

 

 

S t p h a n i e

 

To access all the proposed options, press

.

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Return to previous screen

Press (short keypress).

Return to standby screen

Press (long keypress).

3 • 6 Functions structure

Directory:

Manage your phone numbers. For each name, you can enter several phone numbers (home, mobile, office, etc.).

You can create your own directories.

Consult information (Events):

Access your voice messages, unanswered incoming calls, unread short messages and voice memos.

Scheduler:

Manage your timetable by organizing all your appointments and important events.

The information in the directory and scheduler can be transferred to a computer by using the DATA/PC Sync kit (cf. “Accessories”, page 93). For more information, visit our website www.alcatel.com.

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FIRST STEPS

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Messages:

Access or write your short messages.

Menu:

Adjust and personalise your phone.

Voice memos:

Play back previously recorded conversations or voice messages.

Audios:

Personalise the sounds made by your phone (melody, key beep, etc.).

Calculator/Currency converter:

Perform basic operations (addition, etc.) and currency conversions (euros, etc.).

Internet(1): Access Internet services.

Services(1):

Use the functions provided by your operator.

(1)Access to this function depends on your operator and the SIM card that you use.

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3 • 7 Creating a directory file

 

STEPS

If your directory is empty, you will see the prompt:

FIRST

 

“Directory empty, OK to create”.

 

Create by pressing the

key or decline by pressing the

 

key.

 

 

F r d r i q u e

Directory

H l n e

S o p h i e

 

S t p h a n i e

Select the

Confirm

“Directory” icon

View

F r Create file

H

Create

dir.

 

 

S o Classify

 

 

S t p h a n i e

 

 

Confirm

 

Select “Create file”

Confirm

Last name:

 

F i r s t

n a m e :

M o b i l e :

Ceci

 

A l i c

 

0 6 1 4 2 5

Enter the surname(1)

Enter the first name(1)

Enter the number(1)

 

 

Continue

 

 

 

N u

Save

 

 

 

0 6

Prefixes

 

 

 

 

Country list

 

 

Confirm

Select “Save”

Confirm

 

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You can store entered information at any time by pressing and selecting “Save”.

If you wish to use your telephone abroad, store numbers in the directory in international format with “+”.

(1)You do not have to fill in all the information but you must enter information in at least one field.

3 • 8 Changing the ring tone

A u d i o s

Select the

“Audios” icon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M e l o d y

1

 

 

M e l o d y

2

 

 

M e l o d y

3

 

 

M e l o d y

4

 

Normal

Discreet

Vibrator

Vibrator&Melody

Confirm

M e l o d y

1

M e l o d y

2

M e l o d y

3

M e l o d y

4

Scroll to the

Select the desired

Confirm

left-hand icon

melody

 

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3 • 9 Reading your new short messages(1)

The icon and a beep(2) indicate that a message has been received.

From the standby screen:

 

2

Voice

 

3

Msg.

Events

1

Calls

Access the

Confirm

Select the desired

“Events” option

 

message type

U nread M sg . 2

 

R ead M s g .

0

 

Confirm

Confirm

 

0 3 / 0 6 / 9 9

F L O R E N C E Appointment with Paul about meet

Scroll to the desired message

(1)Check the availability of this service with your operator.

(2)To deactivate the beep, see the “Audios” icon, page 85.

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FIRST STEPS

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4 DIRECTORY

4 • 1 Accessing the directory

Select the Directory icon to access the directory from the standby screen.

Searching for a name by its first letter

You can search for the name of the person you wish to contact by pressing the key associated with the first letter of his/her name.

Example: press twice to find the first name beginning with “N”. Then scroll the list to the name you want by using the key.

Displaying a phone number

A l e x

A l f r e d R o b e r t S m i t h

V i ew A l C r e a t e f i l e A l C r e a t e d i r . R o C l a s s i f y

S m i t h

Select a name

Confirm

Select

Confirm

“View”

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Calling the person

Press the key while the name is selected.

If several numbers are assigned to the name of the person to be called, you must first use the key to make a selection from the number list (GSM, office, home, etc.).

Press to make the call.

The information in the directory and scheduler can be transferred to a computer by using the DATA/PC Sync kit (cf. “Accessories”, page 93). For more information, visit our website www.alcatel.com.

4 • 2 Creating a file

See the chapter entitled “Creating a file” in the “First steps” chapter, page 21.

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DIRECTORY

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There are 4 directories:

1

2

3

4

1 SIM

2 General directory

3 Work directory

4 Personal directory

1SIM directory: The capacity of your SIM card depends on your operator. Only one number can be assigned to a name.

2GENERAL directory: This contains all the files created. SIM card files are not automatically created in the general directory but you can copy them.

3WORK directory: You can place your work numbers (companies, etc.) in this directory.

4PERSONAL directory: You can place your personal numbers in this directory (family, friends, etc.).

First select the icon you want.

In addition to the directories that come with your phone, you can also create directories yourself (see the section entitled “Creating a new directory”, page 28).

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4 • 3 Options

From the list of names in your general, work and personal

directories,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

access the following options by using the

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

View: display a complete file: name,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

numbers, address, voice mail, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

View

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Create file: create a file (name, numbers,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Create

 

file

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

address, voice mails, etc.). You can save this

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Create

 

dir.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

file in one of your directories.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Create dir.: create your own directories

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classify

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

for files apart from the SIM directory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voice

recog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classify: move a file from one directory to

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delete

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

another.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Back

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voice recog.: record a voice recognition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

command.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delete: delete the selected file.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Back: return to the list of names in your

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

directory

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exit: return to the standby screen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DIRECTORY

To return to the standby screen, press the key (long keypress).

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4 • 4 Creating a new directory

This option lets you create your own directories.

F r

d r i q u e

H

l n e

S o p h i e

S t p h a n i e

 

V i e w

F r C r e a t e f i l e

H C r e a t e d i r .

S o

C l a s s i f y

S t

p h a n i e

Select a name

 

 

Confirm

 

 

Select “Create dir.”

 

Confirm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D i r . n a m e

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R e s t a u r a n t

 

s

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enter the name

 

 

Confirm

 

 

 

 

of the directory

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

to be created

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4

4 • 5 Copying files

 

DIRECTORY

 

 

You can copy files from one directory to another.

 

 

V i e w

 

F r d r i q u e

F r C r e a t e f i l e

 

H l n e

H C r e a t e d i r .

 

S o p h i e

S o C l a s s i f y

 

S t p h a n i e

S t p h a n i e

 

Select the file to be

Confirm

Select “Classify”

copied

 

 

 

 

 

W o r k

 

 

 

P e r s o n a l

 

 

 

R e s t a u r a n t s

 

Confirm

Choose the destination

Confirm

 

 

directory

 

V a l i d a t e

P Create dir. P B a c k

R E x i t

s

Move Fr d riqu to Restaurants directory?

(c) to exit

Select “Validate”

Confirm

Confirm

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5 CONSULTINFORMATION

You can access all the events that have occurred on your telephone while you were away and which you are not yet aware of.

Unlistened voice mails, unanswered incoming calls and unread short messages are gathered under this icon.

2 Voice

3 Msg.

Events

1

Calls

Select the

Confirm

 

 

 

“Events” icon

 

 

 

 

 

2

Voice

1

1

Alert

4

3

Msg.

2

1

Memos

5

 

 

1

Calls

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Select the type of event to be accessed

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1Voice mail (Voice):

Access your received voice mails. (See Chapter 3, page 17).

2Short message (Msg.):

Access your received short messages. (See Chapter 8, page 41).

3Unanswered incoming calls (Calls):

Display the phone numbers of people who have tried to contact you while you were away.

(See Chapter 7, page 38).

4Internet alert(1) (Alert):

View information sent via the Internet. (See Chapter 11, page 62).

5Voice memos (Memos):

Listen to voice memos that you have recorded. (See Chapter 10, page 60).

(1)Check the availability of this service with your operator depending on your phone model.

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CONSULT INFORMATION

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6

 

 

CALLS

6 • 1 Making a call

 

 

 

 

Hello

 

Dial the

Make

Talk

Hang up

number

the call

 

 

If you make a mistake, you can delete digits by pressing the key.

To enter the characters “+” or “P” (pause), make a long keypress on the key (the following characters scroll: O, +, , P).

Making an emergency call

If your telephone is within the area covered by a network, to make an emergency call, dial 112 or any other number provided by your operator.

Making an international call or a call with a prefix

1

2

3

1 List of international codes

Long keypress

2 Your call

3 List of prefixes

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International call

Once you have selected and confirmed the country code, you can complete the rest of the person’s number and make the call.

Call with prefix

In some firms, all numbers start with the same digits. Using this function you can store the fixed part of the number and then simply dial the variable part. You must create these prefixes yourself.

Ring back

If this function is activated or if it is implemented by the network (cf. “Menu”, page 75), the person you call will be called back automatically if you do not manage to reach them.

Handsfree

During a call you can activate the handsfree mode:

by using the scroll key to select the icon on the call screen.

or by pressing the key (short keypress).

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CALLS

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6 • 2 Receiving a call

Hello

K a r i n e

Incoming call(1)

Take the call

Talk

Hang up

When there is an incoming call, the volume of your phone’s ring tone gradually increases. If the icon is displayed, the vibrating system is activated and no ring tone is heard.

(1)The caller’s number or name is displayed if provided by the network (check the availability of this service with your operator).

Flap (depending on your model): to open the flap, press the button on the left-hand side of the phone. You can answer a call by opening the flap.

Switching the ring tone off

Press the key when the phone is ringing: you can still answer the call by pressing the key.

You can also use the scroll key to go to the icon (when you receive the call).

Rejecting a call

Pressing the key rejects the call.

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6 • 3 During a call

Available functions

During a call, you can access your directory, scheduler or short messages without losing the call by pressing the key.

First choose the icon you want:

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

Call hold

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Call in progress

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Handsfree(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Directory

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

Messages

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Scheduler

Press the key to return to the call-in-progress screen.

(1)CAUTION: move the handset away from your ear before activating this mode because the amplified volume could cause hearing damage.

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Changing the volume

During a call, you can adjust the sound volume by using the scroll key.

Handling a second incoming call

You already have a call:

2 n d c a l l

 

OR

 

 

M i c h e l

 

 

Second

Take the

Refuse

incoming call

call

 

If you press the key, the incoming call is accepted and the ongoing call is automatically put on hold: you can then swap between calls by pressing the key.

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M i c h e l

 

K a r i n e

 

 

 

R e t r i e v e c a l l ?

0 0

1 8

0 2

5 7

You are talking

Go to the left-hand icon

to Michel

 

 

 

K a r i n e

 

 

0 3

1 2

Confirm You are talking to Karine

The caller’s number or name is displayed if provided by the network (check the availability of this service with your operator).

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7

CALL MEMORY

7 • 1 Accessing the call memory and calling back

1 2 3 4 5 6

A l e x a n d r a

K a r i n e

Access the call memory

1 2 3 4 5 6

A l e x a n d r a K a r i n e

Select the number

Make the

you want

call

First choose the icon you want:

1

2

3

1 Dialled numbers (Redial)

2 Unanswered incoming calls

3 Answered incoming calls

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7

From

 

 

you can access the following options by

MEMORY

7 • 2 Options

 

 

using

 

 

 

CALL

 

 

 

View: view the call details (number, date,

 

 

 

 

View

 

 

time, etc.).

 

 

 

See duration: consult the call duration.

 

See

duration

 

To directory: store the selected phone

 

To

directory

 

number in one of your directories.

 

Delete

Num.

 

Delete Num.: delete the selected number.

 

 

 

 

 

Empty list

Empty list: clear the entire list of

Back

numbers.

Exit

Back: return to the list of numbers.

Exit: return to the standby screen.

To return to the standby screen you can also press the key (long keypress).

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8 SHORTMESSAGES(1)

You can send text messages to other mobiles from your phone(1).

8 • 1 Accessing short messages

To access short messages (SMS) from the standby screen:

Create message

CreatePredefined

M e s s a g e s

Select the

Confirm

“Messages” icon

 

First choose the icon you want:

1

2

3

4

1 Write a message

2 Received messages

3 Sent messages

4 Parameters

(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

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8 • 2 Reading your short messages

The messages are stored and classified in 2 categories: Unread and Read messages (see chapter entitled “First steps”, page 23).

U nread Msg .

2

0 3 / 0 6 / 9 9

R ead M sg .

0

F L O R E N C E

Appointment with

Paul about meet

 

Confirm

 

Select the

 

 

 

desired message

 

 

 

by scrolling to

 

 

 

the left or right

 

 

 

 

C a l l m e b a c k

 

 

A S A P f o r j o g g i n g

 

 

t o n i g h t .

 

 

Read the message

Scroll within the

in full

message

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SHORT MESSAGES

The capacity of your SIM card depends on your operator. The icon is displayed when too many messages have been stored: delete some of them.

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Messages may be preceded by the following symbols:

Message sent and acknowledgement received.

Message sent but no acknowledgement received or message not delivered (in this case you must try to send the message again).

Message sent.

Message not sent.

Message received.

Message stored.

8 • 3 Options

While reading a message, you can access the following options by using the key:

Reply

to

Forward

Save

 

Delete

 

Save

Number

Back

 

Exit

 

Reply to: reply to the person who sent the selected message.

Forward: forward the selected message to another recipient without changing it.

Save: store the selected message in the phone’s memory.

Delete: delete the selected message.

Save Number: store the number of the person who sent the selected message in your directory.

Back: return to the list of written messages.

Exit: return to the standby screen.

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8 • 4 Writing a short message

You can create a completely new message or supplement a (canned) stored message.

Easy way to write a message

To make it easier to write short messages, your phone has a predictive text input system. To create a word, all that is needed is a single keypress on the key for every letter that the word contains. The system then suggests the most common word.

While composing the message and depending on the selected mode (predictive or normal), you can use the key to access the following options:

Send: send the message.

Directory: find a name in the directory.

Scheduler: copy the details of the appointment.

Save: select the current word or letter being entered.

Validate word: select the word suggested.

Other words: access the list of other suggested words.

Insert digits: insert figures in the text.

Predictive or normal: choose the data input mode - predictive or normal.

Punctuation: insert a punctuation mark or a symbol in the text.

Add word: store a new word in your dictionary.

Back: return to the message.

Exit: return to the standby screen.

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SHORT MESSAGES

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To confirm the entered word, push the key downwards twice.

Example: you want to write “bleu”:

b l

b l

b l e u

b l e u

b l e u

Confirm word(1)

Go to the next word

(1) At this stage you can make grammatical agreements if they are not suggested (e.g. in this case add an “s” in normal mode: 4 successive keypresses on 7 to display “bleus” before moving to the next word.

The cursor shape varies with the selected entry mode:

predictive mode

normal mode

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You can also use the following shortcut keys:

Access to options

Delete

Space

Upper case/lower case/number

Other words

There is a dictionary in which you can add, modify or delete words. Add a word while writing a message by pressing the key and selecting the “Add word” option.

8

SHORT MESSAGES

45

Canned messages

Your phone suggests a certain number of messages: you can simply select one and supplement it.

Sending a message to several recipients

You can send the same short message to several recipients.

Creating a broadcast list (group)

Create message

CreatePredefine

Go to the righthand icon

G r o u p l i s t i s e m p t y

C r e a t e ?

( c ) t o c a n c e l

P a r a m e t e r s

G r o u p s

Select “Groups”

Confirm

Grp name?

Friends

Confirm

Enter the name

Confirm

 

of the group

 

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8

Grp name?

Member

Complete

0 6 1 2 5 6

Back

 

Exit

 

Select

Confirm

Enter the numbers

Confirm

“Complete”

 

of the group

 

 

 

members

 

Member C o n t i n u e

0 6 V a l i d a t e D i r e c t o r y P r e f i x e s

Select Confirm

“Continue”

SHORT MESSAGES

Using a group

 

 

S e n d t o

Do you want

to

Do Directory

have dinner

at

Scheduler

our place

 

ourSave

Write your

Confirm

 

Select “Send to”

Confirm

message

 

 

 

 

 

In

directory

 

Friends

 

1

recipient

 

Colleagues

 

Several

reci.

 

 

 

 

 

Predef. Group

 

 

 

Select “Predef.

Confirm

Select the desired

Confirm

Group”

 

 

broadcast list

 

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You can choose the recipients of your messages: Directory Select the recipient’s number from the

directory.

1 recipient Enter the recipient’s number manually.

Several recip. Send a message to several recipients from the directory.

Predef. Group Send a message to a group of recipients (cf. Creating a broadcast list).

8 • 5 Parameters

Create message

P a r a m e t e r s

CreatePredefine

G r o u p s

Scroll to the Confirm right-hand icon

S C : 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

A c k n : A c t i v a t

V a l . : U n l i m i t e

T y p : S M S

Select the field

Confirm

to be filled in

 

M o d i f y

S C B a c k

A c E x i t

 

V a

i

T y p : S M S

 

You can assign parameters for the following items:

The number of the service centre for sending SMS messages provided by your operator.

Whether an acknowledgement of receipt is sent.

The time during which the short message (SMS) will be presented to the recipient’s number.

The type of message to be sent.

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Character set

In normal data input mode, you can access the following character set:

Key

Number of keypresses to get character

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"

Ø Ö

: space.

To enter a word, press the key which corresponds to the desired letter several times until the wanted letter appears (normal mode).

A short keypress on this key toggles between lower and upper case letters.

8

SHORT MESSAGES

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9 SCHEDULER

Your phone includes a sophisticated personal organizer which lets you manage your time efficiently. You can organize your appointments by time (day, week, month) and by type (meeting, birthday, call). You can also store a “Task list” (things to do).

9 • 1 Accessing the scheduler

Empty

(OK) to create

S c h e d u l e r

Select the

Confirm

“Scheduler” icon

 

9 • 2 Consulting your scheduler

First choose the icon you want.

1

2

3

4

5

1 Tasks to do

2 Daily timetable

3 Weekly timetable

4 Monthly timetable

5 Parameters

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Press the key to scroll the dates in the calendar.

The information in the directory and scheduler can be transferred to a computer by using the DATA/PC Sync kit (cf. “Accessories”, page 93). For more information, visit our website www.alcatel.com.

9 • 3 Creating an appointment

You can create one or several appointments.

Empty

A p p o i n t m e n t

 

(OK) to create

B i r t h d a y

 

 

C a l l

 

Confirm

Select the type

Confirm

 

of event

 

Validate

Date:15/07/2000

Alarm

Start:09:00

Back

End:12:00

Exit

End:12:0

Confirm

Fill in the

Confirm

 

data fields

 

Marketing meet

Enter the Confirm appointment

Validate

Alarm

Punctuation

Predictive

Select “Validate”

Confirm

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SCHEDULER

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9 • 4 Scheduling an alarm

You can schedule an alarm to remind you of your appointment just before it is due.

Sat 04 Mar 2000

12:00-14:00 Lunch Pierre

Graphic view

SatCreate

Go to

Alarm

Lunch

Select the

 

Confirm

Select

Confirm

event

 

 

“Alarm”

 

Date 04.03.2000

 

 

 

Start 12

00

 

 

 

End 00

mm

 

 

 

Schedule

Confirm

 

 

an alarm

 

 

 

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9 • 5 Creating a task

Sat 04 Mar 2000

Empty

12:00-14:00

(OK) to create

Lunch Pierre

 

 

 

Scroll to the

Confirm

 

 

 

right-hand icon

 

 

Create

Todo

 

Book

the hotel

 

Create

call

 

 

Back

 

 

 

 

 

Exit

 

 

 

 

 

Select the

Confirm

Enter the text for

Confirm

“Create Todo”

 

the task to be done

 

option

 

 

 

 

This list can be detailed, sorted according to due dates or priorities and be defined by category (work, personal or unclassified).

When a task falls due, it is shown in bold.

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SCHEDULER

53

9 • 6 Options

For a selected event, you can use the key to access the following options:

View

Check

By category

Create Todo

Create call

Delete

Back

Exit

View: consult the task to be done.

Check: indicate the status of the task (done or not done).

By category: select the category of the tasks to be displayed.

Create Todo: create a new task.

Create call: reminder about a call that must be made.

Delete: delete the selected task

Back: return to the selected task.

Exit: return to standby screen.

9 • 7 Description of scheduler icons

Alarm

Birthday

Call to be made

High priority

Low priority

Clashing appointments

Private

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9 • 8 Configuring the scheduler

Sat 04 Mar 2000

Alarm

12:00-14:00

Scheduler

To Do

Lunch Pierre

Confidentiality

 

Scroll to the right-hand icon

Alarm

Scheduler

To Do

Confidentiality

Select the function to

Confirm

be configured

 

You can change the parameters for alarm, timetable, tasks and confidentiality.

Activate and deactivate a parameter by pressing . Exit this configuration function by pressing .

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SCHEDULER

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9 • 9 Advanced scheduler functions

Graphical view

Sat 13 May 200

M T W T F S S

May

2000

 

M

T W

T F S S

Daily calendar

Weekly calendar

Monthly calendar

Single appointment scheduled.

At least 2 appointments are scheduled during this time band.

Week number.

An appointment is scheduled before this time band. An appointment is scheduled after this time band. Appointments or events are stored.

Today’s date.

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9

SCHEDULER

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10 VOICE FUNCTIONS

Three functions (handsfree, voice recognition, memo) are accessed by pressing the key located on the top left-hand side of the phone.

10 • 1 Handsfree(1)

During a call: pressing the key activates and deactivates the handsfree mode.

 

F l o r e n c e

 

 

F l o r e n c e

 

 

A c t i v a t e

 

 

D e a c t i v a t e

 

 

h a n d s f r e e ?

 

 

h a n d s f r e e ?

 

0 6

0 8

0 6

0 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

Press

 

Confirm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAUTION: move the handset away from your ear before activating this mode because the amplified volume could cause hearing damage.

10 • 2 Voice recognition

Storing a voice recognition command

Select a contact from the directory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crea

t

e

 

file

 

 

F r

 

d

r i q u e

 

 

 

 

 

F r

Create

 

dir.

 

 

 

 

H

l

n e

 

 

 

H

Classify

.

 

S o p h i e

 

 

 

S o

Voice

recog

 

S t p h a n i e

 

 

 

S t

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

p h a n i e

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Select a file

Confirm

 

Select

 

 

 

 

 

Confirm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Voice recog.”

 

 

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10

Fr

d rique

Fr d

rique

 

FUNCTIONS

 

 

Repeat

a second

 

 

Say

the name

 

 

time

after

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the

Bip !

 

 

Say the name

Say the name again

 

VOICE

 

Contacts for which you have stored a voice recognition

 

 

 

command are identified by the

icon.

 

Ten names (or more, depending on the model) can be accessed by using the voice recognition function.

This function can be used from any directory apart from the

SIM card directory.

Using a voice recognition command

Say the name of the person to be called.

Voice key (short keypress)

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10 • 3 Voice memo

Recording a voice memo

You can record a memo from the standby screen or during a call.

Appointment

When you have finished

with Jack

talking, release the key.

Keep the key pressed throughout the time you are recording.

The total duration of all your voice memos must not exceed 15 seconds (or more depending on the model).

Listening to a voice memo

VoiceMemo

Select the Confirm

“VoiceMemo” icon

V a l i da t e

N a m e 23 D e l e t e

B a c k

S H O P P I N G

23.04.2000 14:05

Select the voice memo to be listened to

S H O P P I N G 23.04.2000 14:

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

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10

VOICE FUNCTIONS

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11 MOBILE INTERNET

Depending on the model, your phone has a mobile Internet browser (WAP) which allows you to connect to your operator’s Internet services(1).

11 • 1 Accessing Internet services

From the standby screen you can access Internet services by pressing the key and then selecting the “Internet” option.

I N T E R N E T

I n t e r n e t

Select the Confirm

“Internet” icon

(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

When you first use this service, you may be asked to enter your phone number in international format.

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Scroll up

Scroll down

Delete

Back to previous page

Return to standby screen

Access previous page

Access items(1) (short keypress)

Access your bookmarks(2) (long keypress)

Access the options

Forward to next page

Long press: the information bar appears

11

MOBILE INTERNET

(1)Only if they are numbered.

(2)Check the availability of this service with your operator depending on your phone model.

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11 • 2 Options

When you view an Internet page, you can access a number of options by pressing the key.

Option

Help Bookmark Home page

Alert list Connect.status Exit Internet Quit

Option: options relating to the page.

Help: display online Help message.

Bookmark: add the current page to your favourites list(1).

Home page: return to your home page.

Alert list: access your list of alerts(1).

Connect. status: display the information bar.

Exit Internet: close the context-sensitive MENU and return to your current page.

Quit: finish viewing Internet services.

(1)Check the availability of these options with your operator (operations are available depending on the network).

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Information bar

This information bar appears whenever you connect to the Internet, call up an Internet page or whenever an alert occurs. You can also display the information bar by confirming the “Connect. status” item in the context-sensitive MENU.

An alert has

Connection

occurred

time

11

MOBILE INTERNET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is a

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animated “on

 

 

 

 

 

message in

 

 

 

 

connection is

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

line” display,

 

 

 

your out box

 

 

 

 

 

 

not secure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

indicates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

sending/receiving

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

data

 

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12 CONVERTERCALCULATOR/CURRENCY

12 • 1 Accessing the calculator and currency converter

C a l c u l a t o r

C o n v e r t e r

C a l c u l a t o r

Select the

Confirm

Select the

Confirm

 

“Calculator”

 

“Calculator”

 

icon

 

option

 

 

12 • 2 Calculator

 

 

 

 

 

 

=

 

 

3

 

+

 

 

 

 

-

 

 

 

 

*

 

Key in a number

 

Confirm

Select the type of

Confirm

 

 

 

operation to be

 

 

 

 

performed

 

 

 

 

=

 

 

3

 

+

15

 

*

 

-

 

 

5

 

*

 

 

 

 

 

Enter a second number

Confirm

Select “=

Result is

 

 

 

option and

displayed

 

 

 

confirm

 

To enter a decimal point (“.”), press the key (long keypress). To return to the standby screen, press the key (long keypress).

Use the key to make corrections.

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12 • 3 Currency converter

Using the currency converter, you can:

Convert a currency directly into euros and vice versa.

Convert an amount into another currency (e.g. convert dollars to French francs).

Conversion example

C a l c u l a t o r

C o n v e r t e r

C a l c u l a t o r

Select the

Confirm

Select the

Confirm

“Calculator”

 

“Converter”

 

icon

 

 

option

 

Euros

converter

 

FF->Euros

 

Other

currencies

 

Euros->FF

 

 

 

 

Set up

 

Select the type

Confirm

Select

Confirm

of conversion to

 

conversion type

 

be performed

 

 

 

 

Amount?

 

 

 

100

 

 

100 FF

 

 

 

 

15.24

 

Enter the value

Confirm

Display result

 

to be converted

 

 

 

12

CALCULATOR/CURRENCY CONVERTER

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12 • 4 Currency selection

If you convert into Euros, you must choose your currency from a list of European currencies. The change rate is predetermined.

FF->Euros

FF

Francs

 

FB

Francs

B

Euros->FF

FLU

Francs

L

Currencies

CHF

Francs

S

 

Select “Currencies

Confirm

Select the currency

option

 

 

 

Rate?

 

1.56

 

1 = 1.56 CHF

 

 

Recorded!

Confirm

 

Confirm

If you convert into other international currencies, you must select two currencies and enter the change rate for these.

 

Currency

1

Validate

 

 

 

 

FF

Francs

 

FF

Create

cur.

FB

Francs

B

FB

Back

 

FLU

Francs

L

FLU Quit

 

CHF

Francs

S

CHF

Francs

S

 

Select the first

Confirm

Confirm

 

currency

 

 

 

Currency 2

 

R a t e ?

DM

D.Marks

 

3 . 5

US$

Dollars

 

 

DR

Drachma

 

 

ESC

Escudo

 

 

Select the

Confirm

Enter the

second currency

 

conversion rate

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12

 

1 FF = 3.5 DR

CONVERTER

 

 

 

Recorded!

 

Confirm

Result is displayed

CALCULATOR/CURRENCY

 

Validate: Select currency

 

 

 

Add: Add currency (which can eventually be

 

Validate

modified or erased.

 

Add

Modify: Modify a currency added.

 

Modify

Back: Go back to the previous screen.

 

Back

Exit:Go back to the standby screen.

 

Exit

 

 

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13 MENU

13 • 1 Services

Call forward(1)

Voice

Activates/cancels call forwarding to a

 

specified number (enter the number -

 

confirm by

). This option applies in the

 

following cases:

 

 

Unconditional

All your calls are forwarded. The

icon

 

is displayed.

 

 

Conditional

Calls are forwarded if your line is busy, the

 

call isn’t answered or the phone is out of

 

range of the network.

 

If busy

Calls are forwarded only if your line is busy.

If no reply

Calls are forwarded only if the call isn’t

 

answered.

 

 

If unreachable

Calls are forwarded only if the phone is out of

 

range of the network.

 

Data

Data calls are forwarded to the specified

 

number.

 

 

Fax

Fax calls are forwarded to the specified

 

number.

 

 

(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

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Activated

List of call forwarding operations activated

 

from this phone.

Cancel all

Cancels all activated call forwarding.

Call barring

 

Outgoing calls

Activates/cancels call barring. This option

 

applies in the following cases:

Except directory

Calls to a number not stored in one of the

 

phone’s directories are barred.

All outgoing calls(1) All outgoing calls are barred.

International(1)

Outgoing international calls are barred.

Except to home

Outgoing calls except those to the

 

subscription country are barred.

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MENU

(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

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Except FDN dir.(1)

Filter outgoing calls compared to a specific

 

“FDN” directory stored in the SIM card.

Activate/

All calls which do not start with numbers

Deactivate

stored in the “FDN” directory are barred.

Change

If the “Exc. FDN” option is activated, you

 

can update the “FDN” directory after

 

entering the PIN2 code (update “FDN”

 

directory by

).

Incoming calls

Activates/cancels incoming call barring. This

 

option applies in the following cases:

Except directory

All calls from a number not stored in the

 

phone’s directory are barred.

All inc. calls(1)

All incoming calls are barred.

If abroad(1)

Incoming calls are barred if you are abroad.

Activated

List of call barring operations activated from

 

this phone.

 

(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

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Networks

SMS CB(1)

Messages broadcast over the network

 

(weather, traffic, etc.) are automatically

 

displayed on the standby screen.

CB list

List of network codes used to monitor the

 

broadcast messages.

 

 

Reception

Depending on the selected option, the

 

phone displays broadcast messages.

Full reception

The phone permanently scans the network

 

and displays received messages in

 

accordance with your list (see “CB list”

 

option).

 

 

Partial

The phone intermittently scans the network

reception

and displays certain messages in accordance

 

with your list (see “CB list” option).

No reception

The phone receives no message.

Search

Search for a home network.

 

Available

Networks available

in

the radio

 

environment.

 

 

Mode

Depending on the selected option, search

 

mode is:

 

 

Automatic

First searched network is the last one used.

(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

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Manual

User chooses the home network.

Preferred list

List of networks for priority connection

 

(update this list by

).

Calls

 

 

Call waiting(1)

Activates/cancels signalling of a second

 

incoming call by a beep.

 

Conceal ID(1)

Activates/cancels the option which makes

(CLIR)

your calls anonymous (your number is no

 

longer provided to recipients).

Caller ID(1)

Activates/cancels presentation of the caller’s

(CLIP)

number (or name if it is stored in the

 

directory) with every call.

Pick up

Used to choose the way in which a call is

 

answered.

 

Netw.auto.

Allows automatic ring-back of last number if

redial(1)

it was busy.

 

(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

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Automatic redial

Activate/deactivateActivates/cancels automatic ring-back if the first call was unsuccessful.

View list

List of numbers where automatic ring-back

 

was unsuccessful (10 unsuccessful attempts).

Empty list

Reset the blacklist.

13 • 2 Settings

Personal info.

Welcome msg Store the message that is displayed every time the phone is switched on.

Your number Display your telephone number, which is generally stored in your SIM card (enter the number and confirm by ).

Voice Mail Modify the number used to access your voice mail.

Keypad One-touch dial numbers: once they have been programmed, these numbers can be called from the standby screen simply by making a long keypress on one of the keypad keys “2” to “9”.

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2E m p t y !

3E m p t y !

4E m p t y !

5E m p t y !

2

C r e a t e

B a c k

3

E x i t

4

 

5

 

Your list

Confirm

Select the

Confirm

is empty

 

Create

 

 

 

option

 

Number? 0 1 4 7

V a l i d a t e

0 1 D i r e c t o r y

E x i t

 

 

 

Enter the

 

 

 

 

 

 

Select the

 

Confirm

 

 

 

 

telefon

 

 

 

 

 

Validate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

number

 

 

 

 

 

 

option

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E r i

c

 

 

 

 

2

E r i c

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

E m p t y !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

E m p t y !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

E m p t y !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enter the

 

Confirm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The name is

 

 

 

 

 

 

name

 

 

 

 

 

associated to

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

key 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dictionnary

There is a dictionary to which you can add your own words to those in the data entry help system. When you consult your dictionary you can add, modify or delete words using the options available with the key.

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Display

Backlight Backlighting intensity (use to adjust it): we recommend minimum intensity in order to save battery power.

Contrast Contrast of the display (use to adjust it).

Clock

You can display 2 clocks simultaneously (the local clock and the remote clock)

Setting the clocks

Local

clock

Date

13/08/2000

Remote

clock

T i m e

2 1 00

Select “Local

Confirm

Enter the date

Confirm

clock

 

and time

 

 

Place?

 

 

Local

clock

Paris

 

 

Remote

clock

Enter the city

Confirm

 

Select “Remote

 

 

 

clock

 

T i m e 0 4 0

 

 

Place?

 

 

Tokyo

 

 

 

Confirm

Enter the time

Confirm

Enter the city and

 

 

 

 

confirm

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13

MENU

Setting the display of the two clocks

Local clock

Remote clock

Analogic Digital 2 clocks

Move to the central icon and Confirm select the “2 clocks” clock

option

Paris

21 00

Tokyo 2 8 - 0 9

04 00 2 0 0 0

Network name

The two clocks are displayed

Setting the time format

Your clock can display the time in analogue or digital formats.

2 8 - 0 9

21 00 2 8 - 0 9

 

2 0 0 0

Network name

Network name

Analogic clock

Digital clock

Setting the date format

Select the format for the date (day/month/year or month/day/year).

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Update(1)

 

Automatic

Without any action from you.

Manual

After you have accepted an update.

None

No updating is possible apart from that

 

produced by the “Clock/Date/Time” option.

Languages(1)

Message display language (use to select it).

“Automatic” option selects the language which corresponds to the subscribed network (if available in the terminal).

Headset(1)

Select the answering method and the ringing mode.

Answer

Automatic Automatically (without any keypress) after pickup roughly 2 rings (this option is only taken into account if your phone is connected to an

audio accessory or handsfree kit). key pickup Only after pressing the key.

Any key

After pressing any keypad key (1 to #).

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MENU

(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

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Personal key

Program your personal key (see Chapter 15, page 86).

Beginner mode and expert mode

If you are familiar with the use of your phone, you can choose a different display mode.

M e s s a g e s

Beginner mode

Expert mode

The same icons are used regardless of the selected mode.

13 • 3 Billing

Expense(1)

Management of call charges.

Total cost

Cost of charged calls.

Available credit(1)

Remaining credit compared to “Maximum

 

credit”.

Maximum credit(1) Maximum credit beyond which all charged calls are barred (enter credit - confirm with ).

(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

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Reset

Reset the total cost of charged calls.

 

Unit

Cost of one Telecom unit in the chosen

 

currency (select the “Change?” option for

 

another currency and press the

key to

 

enter a decimal point).

 

Duration

Management of call time.

 

Total duration

Total duration of calls made.

 

Available duration

Remaining time available compared to the

 

time under “Set max.duration” (for

 

user’s information only).

 

Set max.duration

Duration of subscription (enter the time -

 

confirm by

).

 

Reset

Reset (immediately or periodically) the total

 

duration of calls made.

 

Cost sum up

 

 

 

Last call

Duration and cost of the last call.

 

Cumulative cost

Duration and cost of all calls.

 

Bip duration

Activates/cancels the beep which sounds

 

during a call at an interval set by the user

 

(enter the interval - confirm by

).

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(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.

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13 • 4 Available memory

Displays the available memory capacity.

This can be shown in two ways: text or graphics

Memory used

Memory used

73%

Directory

146

Scheduler

70

 

 

Messages

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Your phone’s memory capacity is shared by the directory, scheduler, short messages, voice memos and voice recognition commands.

For instance, if you use a lot of memory for voice memos, you will have less memory available for your directory.

Remember to delete your voice memos in order to free up memory space.

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13 • 5 Security

PIN1(1) Code Protection code for the SIM card, requested every time the phone is switched on if the code is activated.

Activate/deactivate Activates (or cancels) the code.

Change

Updates the code (4 to 8 digits).

PIN2(1) Code Protection code for certain functions of the SIM card (Billing/Cost/FDN etc.), requested when functions are used if the code is activated.

Change

Updates the code (4 to 8 digits).

Network code(1) Password requested for the “Call barring” options associated with the network.

Menu code Protection code for certain MENU options (Services, Set up/Languages), requested when these options are used and the code is activated.

Activate/deactivate Activates (or cancels) the code.

Change

Updates the code (4 to 8 digits).

Telephone code Phone protection code, requested every time the phone is switched on if the code is activated.

Activate/deactivate Activates (or cancels) the code.

Change

Updates the code (4 to 8 digits).

(1) Contact your operator if necessary.

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14 AUDIOS

14 • 1 Accessing the “Audios” function

 

Normal

A u d i o s

Discreet

Vibrator

 

Vibrator&Melody

 

Select the

 

Confirm

“Audios” icon

 

 

14 • 2 Options

 

1

2

3

4

1 Melodies

2 Volume

3 Ring mode

4 Beep

Melodies

Melodies (use to select and press to confirm).

Volume

Volume of the ring tone (use the key to adjust it).

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Mode(1)

Depends on the model and the connected accessory:

Normal

Normal ring tone (incremental).

 

Discreet

Normal ring tone (incremental) preceded by

 

vibrating system.

 

Vibrator

Vibrating system is activated but no sound is

 

heard (ring tone, message or appointment

 

beep, battery low). The

 

icon is

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

displayed.

 

Vibrat...Melody

Vibrating system alert followed by normal

 

ring tone (incremental).

 

Vibrator&

Vibrating system alert and normal ring tone

Melody

(incremental).

 

Beep then vibr. Warning beep followed by vibrating system alert.

Key beep

Activate or deactivate key beeps, message beeps, voice recognition beeps, and voice memos beeps.

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AUDIOS

To return to the standby screen, press the key (long keypress).

(1)The mode may be deactivated by using certain accessories (car kit, etc.).

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PERSONAL KEY

15 • 1 Features offered by personal key

This key can be assigned with services provided by the operator, or customized for a specific function for example access to the directory, SMS, vibrating system, etc..

By default(1):

Short keypress: access the directory.

Long keypress: activate/deactivate vibrating system.

15 • 2 Setting the personal key

This key can have 2 settings: one with a short keypress, one with a long keypress.

Services

M e n u

Settings

Duration

 

 

AvailableMemory

Select the

Confirm

Select the

Confirm

“Menu” icon

“Settings” option

 

Clock

 

Short

keypress

Languages

 

Long

keypress

Headset

 

 

 

Personal key

 

 

 

Select “Personal

Confirm

Select the

key” option

 

keypress

 

 

mode(2)

(1)Depending on your phone model and subscription.

(2)This screen is displayed only if the operator has not assigned this key with services.

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Directory

Audios

Scheduler

Messages SMS

Confirm Choose the function Confirm to be set up on the

personal key

You must choose one of the following functions:

-Directory

-Audios

-Scheduler

-Messages SMS

-Events

-Call forwarding

-Calculator/converter

-Personal information

-Vibrator

-Voice mail

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16

WARRANTY

16 • 1 Warranty

Congratulations on choosing this mobile phone - we hope that this product will satisfy all your needs.

We would like to remind you that this mobile phone has been approved in accordance with European regulations, certified by the CE mark.

Notwithstanding any other applicable statutory warranties, this mobile phone (and the battery charger) are guaranteed for parts and workmanship for a period of ONE (1) year from the date of purchase shown on your invoice.

Nevertheless, if the statutory warranty in force in your country exceeds one (1) year, the statutory warranty will apply in place of the manufacturer’s warranty.

Under the terms of this warranty, you must inform your dealer or any maintenance centre (see list of maintenance centres at our website - www.alcatel.com) without delay of any defect and present the invoice given to you at the time of purchase.

The manufacturer or dealer reserves the right to deny service under this warranty in respect of any equipment on which markings or serial numbers have been removed or altered.

The dealer will decide whether to replace or repair, as appropriate, all or any part of the equipment found to be defective. This warranty covers the cost of parts and labour but excludes any other costs.

Servicing under the terms of this warranty, especially repair, modification or replacement of parts shall not extend the warranty period unless there are statutory provisions to the contrary. Repair or replacement may be carried out using reconditioned components offering equivalent functionality.

All defective parts replaced under the terms of this warranty will become the manufacturer’s property.

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This warranty shall not apply to damage or defects caused by:

-Misuse or improper use, including but not exhaustively (a) use of the equipment for a purpose other than that for which it was designed or not in conformity with the manufacturer’s or dealer’s instructions regarding use and maintenance of the equipment and (b) installation or use of the equipment not in conformity with applicable technical and safety standards in the country where the equipment is used;

-Accidents, force majeure or any other external cause outside the equipment, especially the consequences of theft, acts of vandalism, lightning, fire, humidity, ingress of liquid, atmospheric influences, RF interference produced by other equipment, fluctuations in mains voltage and/or voltages on telephone lines, etc.;

-Combination or integration of the equipment in hardware not supplied by the manufacturer or dealer unless the latter gave written, explicit consent for such;

-Defects and deterioration caused by normal wear;

-Modifications or alterations made to the equipment even if they are mandatory due to changes in regulations and/or modification of network parameters;

-Connection faults resulting from unsatisfactory radio propagation or caused by the absence of radio relay coverage.

Apart from the statutory warranty, the above provisions constitute the only claims which can be made against the manufacturer and dealer on the grounds of equipment defects, this warranty excluding any other explicit or implied warranty associated with sale of the equipment.

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Guarantee for batteries and accessories other than battery charger

Notwithstanding any other applicable statutory warranty, the battery of your phone and accessories other than the battery charger are guaranteed for a period of 3 months from the date of purchase shown on your invoice. Nevertheless, if the statutory warranty in force in your country exceeds 3 months, the statutory warranty will apply in place of the manufacturer’s warranty.

In case of defect, return the battery to your dealer for replacement.

This warranty shall not, however, apply in the case of use not conforming with the instructions in this User’s Guide, damage due to external causes or repairs or modifications carried out by parties not authorised by the manufacturer or dealer.

Unless there are statutory provisions to the contrary, batteries and accessories that are replaced under the terms of this warranty shall not be covered by any specific warranty extending beyond the initial warranty period.

The CE mark indicates that your telephone and battery comply with applicable EC directives, namely:

-directive 73/23/EEC (electrical safety)

-directive 89/336/EEC (electromagnetic compatibility)

-directive 1999/5/EEC (R&TTE)

16 • 2 Information

Website: www.alcatel.com

Alcatel Hot Line No.: see “Alcatel Services” leaflet (calls charged at applicable local rate in your country).

Your telephone is designed to emit and receive calls. It operates on GSM networks with 900 MHz and 1800 MHz bands.

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17 ACCESSORIES

New Alcatel GSM phones have a handsfree feature so that you can hear and talk using the phone when it is located a certain distance away from you, e.g. placed on a desk. For those who wish to maintain the privacy of their conversations, a combined earphone and microphone is available: the headset.

 

Cigar lighter

Headset

charger

C 51

M 11

 

Superlight

Ni-MH

battery

battery

B 52

B 51

Mini desktop

Travelling

charger

charger

C 54(1)

C 52

(1) There are several versions depending on country of use.

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Full duplex

Basic

hands-free

car kit

car kit

MP 76

MP 78

Antenna cable A 1

Antenna kit A 2

+

-

A M

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ACCESSORIES

Buy on line: www.alcatel.fr

Data/Synchro PC kit

TD5

This kit allows you to connect your terminal to a PC in order to use advanced functions such as data transmission, fax transmission and swapping information between your phone’s electronic scheduler and your PC’s electronic scheduler (directory, scheduler, etc.).

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SERVICES

Call forward

Voice

Unconditional Conditional

If busy

If no reply

If unreachable

Data

Fax Activated Cancel all

Call barring

Outgoing calls

Except directory All outgoing calls International Except to Home Except FDN dir.

Incoming calls

Except Directory All inc. calls

If abroad

Activated

Networks

SMS CB

CB list Reception

Search

Available Mode Preferred list

Calls

Call waiting Conceal ID Caller ID Pick up

Netw.auto.redial Automatic redial

Activate/deactivate View list

Empty list

SETTINGS

Personal info.

Welcome msg.

Your number

Voice mail

Keypad

Dictionnary

Display

Backlight

Contrast

Clock

Local clock

Remote clock

Format

Update

Languages

Headset

Personal key

Beginner/expert mode

BILLING

Expense

Total cost

Available credit

Maximum credit

Reset

Unit

Duration

Total duration Available duration Set max. duration Reset

Cost sum up

Last call

Cumulative cost

Bip duration

AVAILABLE MEMORY

SECURITY

PIN1 Code

Activate/Deactivate

Change

PIN2 Code

Change

Network code

Menu code

Activate/Deactivate Change

Telephone code

Activate/cancel

Change

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