To help you understand the main technical terms
and abbreviations used in this booklet and take full
advantage of the features on your mobile phone,
here are a few definitions.
Ability to reroute calls to another number.
Ability to put one call on standby while answering or
making another call; you can then switch between
the two calls, as required.
Ability to inform users that they have an incoming
call when engaged on another call.
Caller Line Identification Services
Services allowing subscribers to view or block the
telephone numbers of callers.
Ability to operate with both DCS (1900 MHz) and
GSM (850 MHz) networks. The phone automatically
uses the network with strongest signal and even
switches networks during a call within the same
GSM (Global System for Mobile
International standard for cellular communication,
guaranteeing compatibility between the various
network operators. GSM covers most European
countries and many other parts of the world.
Programming language generating applications that
can run on all hardware platforms, whether small,
medium or large, without modification. It has been
promoted for and geared heavily to the Web, both
for public Web sites and Intranets. When a Java
program runs from a Web page, it is called a Java
applet. When it is run on a mobile phone or pager, it
is called a MIDlet.
Ability to establish a conference call involving up to
five additional parties.
Open to Answer
Ability to answer a call simply by opening the
Security code used to unlock the phone when you
have selected the option to lock it automatically
each time it switches on.