6. Menu functions
You can read,
compose, send and save text and
multimedia messages to and from
compatible devices (network
services). All messages are organised
Before you can send any text or
picture, you need to save your
message centre number, see
Your phone can send and receive
multi-part messages, which consist
of several ordinary text messages
(network service). This may affect
the invoicing for the message. You
can check the number of characters
available and messages to be sent in
the counter on top of the screen.
Note that some characters may
require more space than others, for
example Chinese characters require
more space than English letters, and
the counter may adjust the number
of maximum number of characters
available accordingly. For pricing of
multi-part messages, contact your
on page 39.
M e n u f u n c t i o n s
You can also send and receive text
messages that contain pictures.
Each picture message is made up of
several text messages. Therefore,
sending one picture message may
cost more than sending one text
Note: The picture message
function can be used only if
it is supported by your
network operator or service
provider. Only phones that
offer picture message
features can receive and
display picture messages.
Compose and send messages
1. Press Menu, and select
Tip: To quickly open the
in standby mode.
2. Compose the message.
• To insert text templates or a
picture into the message, see
• To insert a number, press
number. Enter the number
you want to insert or search
for it in the contacts and press
on page 27.