3. Switch off the phone when boarding an airpla-
ne and do not switch the phone on during the
4. Be careful when using the mobile phone in
the vicinity of devices such as pacemakers,
hearing aids and other electro-medical equip-
ment, which may be interfered by the mobile
5. Never attempt to disassemble the phone by
6. Do not recharge the phone without battery
7. Charge the phone in well-ventilated environ-
ment and keep away from inflammable and
highly explosive elements.
8. To avoid demagnetization, keep the handset
away from magnetic substances, such as mag-
netic discs or credit cards.
9. Keep the phone away from liquid. If soaking or
erosion occurs, take the battery out and con-
tact the supplier.
10. Avoid using the phone in extremely high or
low temperature environments. Never leave
the phone exposed under direct sunlight, in
high humidity or in a dusty environment.
11. Do not use liquid or anything wet with strong
detergents to clean the handset.
Important Safety Instructions
To prevent possible hearing damage, do not lis-
ten at high volume levels for long periods.
SET HANDSET LANGUAGE
• Press Menu
"Settings", then press OK.
to select "Phone settings", then
to select "Language", then press
to select your language, press OK
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PHONE
Keys and parts (see P1)
Perform functions display text
functions display text
Insert SIM2 Card first
Insert SIM1 Card
To remove SIM2,
pull back this
metal plate out
The use of equipment that transmits radio sig-
nals, e.g. mobile phones, can interfere with insuf-
ficiently protected medical apparatus. Consult a
doctor or the manufacturer of the apparatus to
determine if it has adequate protection against
external radio signals, or if you have any questi-
ons. Wherever there are notices to forbid use of
mobile phones, you should comply. Hospitals
and other health care facilities sometimes use
equipment that can be sensitive to external radio
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend a distance
of at least 15 cm. between a mobile phone and a
pacemaker to avoid the risk of interference with
the pacemaker. These recommendations are in
accordance with independent research and re-
commendations from Wireless Technology Re-
search. People with pacemakers should:
• not carry the unit in a breast pocket
• hold the unit against the ear on the opposite
side from the pacemaker to reduce the risk of in-
If you suspect that there is a risk of interference,
turn off the unit and move it further away.
5 Talk key
7 * Key
8 # Key
volume in talk.
• Press to step through names,
phone numbers, menus and
• Press key to enter or confirm a
• Press to answer a phone call.
• Press to enter the calls log.
• Press to end or reject a call.
• Press to return to the Home
Screen / Standby mode.
• Press and hold to switch the
phone on or off.
• When dialing : press to input
"*"/ "+" / "P"/"W".
• In edit mode : press to input
• long press "#" to switch the
• In edit mode : press to change
• long press "0" to turn on/off
BECAUSE WE CARE
Thank you for purchasing this product. This pro-
duct has been designed and assembled with
utmost care for you and the environment. This is
why we supply this product with a quick installati-
on guide to reduce the number of paper (pages)
and therefore save trees to be cut for making this
paper. Thank you for supporting us to protect our
environment. You can find the full user guide on
SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS
When using your telephone, basic safety precau-
tions should always be followed to reduce the
risk of fire, electric shock and injury, including the
1. Switch off the phone in the vicinity of chemical
plants, gas stations and other locations contai-
ning explosive objects.
2. When driving, please use the hands free
calling device (to be purchased separately)
to ensure safety. Please park the car on the
roadside for communication except in case of
Areas with explosion risk
Always turn off the unit when you are in an area
is a risk of explosion and follow all
signs and instructions. An explosion risk exists in
the places that include areas where you are nor-
mally requested to turn off your car engine. Within
such an area, sparks can cause explosions or fire
which can lead to personal injuries or even death.
Turn off the unit at filling stations i.e. near petrol
pumps and garages. Follow the restrictions that
are in force on the use of radio equipment near
places where fuel is stored and sold, chemical fac-
tories and places where blasting is in progress.
Areas with risk for explosion are often
– but not always – clearly marked. This also applies
to below decks on ships: the transport or storage
of chemicals; vehicles that use liquid fuel (such as
propane or butane); areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal
Mobile phones use radio signals and the mobile
phone network. This means that connection in all
circumstances cannot be guaranteed.
Display icons and symbols
The default idle screen shows the following infor-
Ring + vibration
First vibrate then ring
Indicates you have new text .
On with signal strength when linked.
Battery charge level
Internal segments cycle during
On if alarm is set.
Ring and vibrate off
* The soft keys change to different functions
in other modes.