Making a call
Press TALK to get a dial tone then enter the number, OR dial the number first
(up to 24 digits) then press TALK.
To end the call, press TALK again or place the handset on the base cradle, the
handset will automatically hang up. "ENDED" will appear on the display to
confirm that the call has ended.
Tip: The handset will display the total amount of time elapsed for each call.
Note: You can use this telephone with a PABX (Private Automatic Branch
Exchange) or local telephone network. Use of your telephone with a modern system
does not require special adjustment; however, with certain older systems, you may
need to insert a pause between the prefix and the rest of the number. Enter a dial
pause of 3 seconds by pressing REDIAL / PAUSE. A "P" will be entered after the
number to show that a pause has been inserted.
Correcting a dialing error
You can correct a dialing error before the number has been dialed i.e. before
pressing talk. To correct a dialing error you can do one of the following:
Press the FLASH/DEL key to clear the digits one by one.
Press and hold FLASH/DEL to clear all the digits at once.
Press C to clear all the digits at once
Redialing (up to 24 digits)
To redial one of the last 5 numbers called, you can do one of the following:
Make sure the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode).
Press REDIAL/PAUSE repeatedly to select a desired last number, then press
TALK to redial the last number.
Make sure the phone is ON by pressing TALK.
Press REDIAL/PAUSE repeatedly to scroll through a list of numbers, then
press MENU/OK to redial the last number.
Returning missed calls
If you subscribe to a Caller ID service through your local network provider this
telephone can keep track of missed call information. When you miss a call, the
handset will display "New Calls" along with the number of calls you missed. To review
a call history with Caller ID information, press . Then press
the selected number, press the TALK key.
to review. To dial