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Philips CT5888/000APMEA Manual

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Discover your Phone
Back of phone:
Camera lens
Headset connector
Left soft key
Answer key
Philips continuously strives to improve its products.
Therefore, Philips reserves the rights to revise this user
guide or withdraw it at any time without prior notice.
Philips provides this user guide "as is" and does not
accept, except as required by applicable law, liability
for any error, omission or discrepancy between this
user guide and the product described. The device is
meant to be connected to the GSM/GPRS network.
65000 colour
How to...
Charger and data
cable connector
Switch the phone
and OK key
Enter PIN code
Right soft key
Lock the keypad
On/Off key
Make a call
Long press ).
Enter the PIN code using the
keypad and press , or L OK.
The keypad will be locked
automatically when the flip is
closed (whether or not the
keys on the phone's flip will
also be locked shall depend on
the settings you have made).
When the flip of the phone is
opened, the keypad will be
unlocked automatically, while
the keys on the phone's flip
will be locked.
Enter the phone number using
the keypad and press (.


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  • Page 1 Therefore, Philips reserves the rights to revise this user guide or withdraw it at any time without prior notice. Philips provides this user guide "as is" and does not accept, except as required by applicable law, liability for any error, omission or discrepancy between this user guide and the product described.
  • Page 2 Answer a call When the phone rings, press (. Press ) . End a call Mute the phone When the phone rings, long press ,. Reject a call When the phone rings, press ). During a call, press + or -. Adjust conversation volume Press , in idle mode.
  • Page 3 Main menu You can access the different features of your Philips 588 phone from the main menu. The following table summarises the structure of the icons represent and the page number on which you can obtain more information regarding the menu functions.
  • Page 4 Others "Icons & Symbols", "Precautions", "Troubleshooting", "Accessories" and "Limited Warranty" information. New Events Some events may modify the idle screen (such as missed calls, new SMS, new MMS, etc). Whenever there is a new event, the phone will emit an audible alert (except for the reception of cell broadcast messages).
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    1. Getting Started ... 7 Insert SIM card... 7 Switch on the phone ... 8 Set date and time ... 8 Charging the battery... 9 2. Call functions... 11 Switch on the phone ... 11 Switch off the phone ... 11 Make a call...
  • Page 6 5. Messages ...30 SMS ... 30 MMS (network dependent)... 35 STK... 40 E-mail... 40 6. Phone Settings ...41 Quick Settings... 41 Phone Settings... 41 Screen Settings... 44 Ringer Settings ... 45 Connectivity ... 45 7. Call Settings ...50 Call lists ... 50 Call settings ...
  • Page 7 Icons & Symbols ... 85 Precautions... 86 Troubleshooting... 90 Philips Authentic Accessories ... 92 Trademark declaration ... 93 Limited warranty... 94...
  • Page 8: Getting Started

    1. Getting Started Read the safety instructions in the «Precautions» section before use. To use your phone, you must insert a valid SIM card supplied by your GSM operator or retailer. The SIM card contains your subscription information, your mobile number, and a memory in which you can store phone numbers and messages (see “Phonebook”...
  • Page 9: Switch On The Phone

    Install battery 4. With the metallic contacts facing downwards, press the battery down into its slot until it locks into place. Replacing the back cover 5. Align and hook the back cover to the right side of the phone and press down the back cover until it locks into place with the left side...
  • Page 10: Charging The Battery

    Charging the battery Your phone comes with a standard battery. The phone will emit an audible alert when the battery reaches low. When the battery is completely flat, the charging icon will appear after a few minutes of charging. We recommend that you do not remove the battery when the phone is switched on as you may lose all your personal settings as a result.
  • Page 11: Getting Started

    Keeping the charger plugged to the mobile phone when the battery is fully charged will not damage the battery. The only way to turn off the charger is to unplug it, so it is advisable to use an easily accessible AC power socket.
  • Page 12: Call Functions

    2. Call functions Switch on the phone Normally, you can long press ) to switch on the phone. You may set a security code (PIN code) on your phone to protect it from unauthorised use. When you have set a security code, you will be prompted to enter the corresponding security code when you switched on the phone.
  • Page 13: Mute Or Unmute A Call

    - Record phone conversation (which includes 3 Record both, sub-options: Record own) - Stop recording (If recording is in progress, Stop recording select to stop and the recorded voice will be saved automatically). - End the current call Mute or unmute a call Options During a call, press L Unmute.
  • Page 14: Make An International Call

    Make an international call 1. Long press 0 until "+"appears on the screen. 2. Enter the country code. 3. Enter the area code (normally without the 0 in front), followed by the phone number. 4. Press ( to call directly; or press L enter options menu and select Make a second call (Network dependent)
  • Page 15: Fotocall

    3. When there is one active call and one call on Options hold, you can press L following operations: Options Description Unhold Change the status of the call on hold to active. Hold Change the status of the active call to call on hold.
  • Page 16: Text Or Number Entry

    3. Text or number entry The input methods described in this chapter do not apply to E-mail functions. Input method Your mobile phone supports seven input methods including: • T9 Pinyin: Enter chinese characters with T9 Pinyin; • T9 Traditional Chinese Zhuyin: Enter Traditional Chinese characters with T9 Zhuyin;...
  • Page 17: Entering Symbols And Emotion Icons

    required under Zhuyin mode. Long press # to enter punctuations or press 0 to switch case. In numeric input mode, long press 0 to enter ".". Entering symbols and emotion icons In any input mode, press # to open/close symbols input screen.
  • Page 18: Basic Text Input

    Select input mode. Activte/deactivate punctuation mode. Example: How to enter the word "Home" 1. Press 4 6°6 3, the screen display the first word on the list: Good. 2. Press > to browse and select Home. 3. Press L to confirm Home. Basic text input If you wish to use basic text input mode, press * to select "ABC"...
  • Page 19: Pinyin Input

    Pinyin Input Press * and select Pinyin input mode. Each Pinyin letter is represented by one of the numeric keys as shown below: (Note that Pinyin input mode is solely meant for the input of Simplified Chinese characters. You cannot input Traditional Chinese characters). PQRS Mode The general steps of using Pinyin input method are as...
  • Page 20: Zhuyin Input

    Enter the pinyin letters accordingly. Press once on the key corresponding to the pinyin letter without having to consider its position on the key. Pinyin input method will automatically select and list all possible combinations for you to select. For example, to input the character , press 9 2 6 4 and use Pinyin letters 『wang』...
  • Page 21: Stroke Input

    When the zhuyin combination appears on the input row, press </> to move the selection box over the zhuyin combination and press , to enter character selection mode. Selection Press </> to move the selection box left or right, and press +/- to scroll list.
  • Page 22 chinese character into 5 basic strokes: (horizontal, vertical, left falling stroke, right falling stroke and over-down) as well as a special stroke. When the stroke you need does not correspond to the 5 basic strokes, replace it with the special stroke. The examples below will give you a clearer understanding of how to use stroke input method: 1.
  • Page 23: Multimedia

    4. Multimedia Digital camera Your mobile phone features a digital camera that allows you to take pictures (up to 1.3 Mega pixels) and record short videos. You can even store the pictures or short videos in your phone, use them as wallpaper or send them to your friends.
  • Page 24 Effect Nature Select from: Cool, Fog, Classical, Moon, Brown, and Negative. The selected color will take effect immediately and the preview screen will be refreshed with the selected color effect. The settings in this option will be saved until you change it again. Environment Auto Select from:...
  • Page 25: Video Recorder

    Video Recorder Your phone features a video recorder, which allows you to record video clips of different resolution, quality and effects. This option allows you to record, play and save short videos in your phone, or send them to your friends via MMS or email.
  • Page 26 Options Description Color effect Nature Select from: Cool, Fog, Classical, Moon, Brown, and Negative. The selected color will take effect immediately and the preview screen will be refreshed with the selected color effect. The settings in this option will be saved until you change it again.
  • Page 27: Mp3 Player

    MP3 player Press L in idle mode to access directly to the MP3 player. When you access MP3 player for the first time, all the MP3 songs will start playing by default. If this is not the first time you are using the MP3 function, it will play the last played MP3 song before you exit the player.
  • Page 28 Play control Select from: Play, Pause, Stop, Previous, Next. Select song Play all Select from: List. The selected mode will be indicated with a tick on its right. The mode you have set will be saved until the next time you change it again.
  • Page 29: Sound Recorder

    When the flip is closed, the operations of the external keys are as follows: Operation Long press to Start/Stop MP3 playback. Short press to Pause/ Resume MP3 playback. Press to enter MP3 menu in idle mode. << or >> Long press to go backward/fast forward of the track.
  • Page 30 Options 5. You can also press following operations: Options Provides the following: episode: Record new sound. size: You can choose to (Default) this option. If you select On, the size of the recorded sound wil be smaller than the maximum size limit of the MMS.
  • Page 31: Messages

    5. Messages SMS enables you to send text messages to the other party, which is a convenient and affordable mode of communication. You can use the SMS menu to send messages to another handphone or a device that is capable of receiving SMS. Your phone can store up to 1000 messages.
  • Page 32 Save Save the SMS. Save as user Save the SMS as user defined for use defined in the future. Add Icon Open the icon list, select an icon and insert it at the end of the SMS. Insert defined This menu allows you to Add, Insert, Modify, Delete your self-defined SMS,...
  • Page 33 Delete Delete the message from the Inbox. Dial Extract the sender's number from the message and dial the number. Save number If the sender's number is not stored in the phonebook, this option will appear. You need to enter the name and select the location in which the number will be stored (SIM phonebook or phone).
  • Page 34 1. In idle mode, press , to enter the main menu. Messages Unsent messages 2. Select > > 3. If there are messages in the Unsent messages, they will be listed on the screen. 4. Press +/- to select a message. When a message is selected, its contents will be displayed on the screen.
  • Page 35 Reply path or Off. If set to On, when the You can select L recipient select Reply, the message will be sent using your service center and not his or her service center. This feature is subscription dependent. Signature (Default is Off). If set to You can select L On, the signature will be added to the end of your message before it is sent to your recipient.
  • Page 36: Mms (Network Dependent)

    Broadcast SMS This is a network service which allows you to receive text messages of various contents, such as news, traffic, etc. These messages are provided by the network to the subscribers within a certain network area. If this service is available, the network will provide you with the broadcast channel numbers.
  • Page 37 the text box right after Recipient, or press , to Phonebook select to enter the phonebook list. 4. Press +/- to select a recipient from the phonebook list and press , to select or cancel selection. 5. Once you have entered the recipient, press - to enter the subject field.
  • Page 38 Add a recipient to the BCC list. A maximum of 8 recipients can be added to the bcc list. Page timing Set the delay time between each slide. Message Check the MMS information such as information Subject, Recipient, CC, BCC and Object.
  • Page 39 Stop 4. After you have pressed R Options you can press L to enter the options menu to carrry out the following operations: Play, Rewind, Previous page, Next page, audio or Close. Not all the above options will be available under every circumstances.
  • Page 40 Read You can set this option report set to On, a report will be sent to notify you if the MMS has been read by the recipient. Validity Allows you to select the duration by period which your MMS will be stored in the MMS center.
  • Page 41: Stk

    The structure and name of the menu available is dependent on your SIM card which is configured by your network provider. The services will vary according to the different STK provider. This menu provides a series of value-added services and the services available will vary according to the network operator.
  • Page 42: Phone Settings

    6. Phone Settings Quick Settings Quick Settings is a set of predefined settings which you can activate them quickly. Once activated, it will overwrite the current settings. Your mobile phone has been preconfigured with the Normal following six default modes: Meeting, Outdoors, Use in car and Flight.
  • Page 43 Clock settings You can set the date and time. 1. In idle mode, press , to enter the main menu. Settings Phone settings 2. Select > press ,. 3. Press + or - to move to date and time fields. 4.
  • Page 44 The factory default settings of the shortcut keys are as follows: Voicemail centre (cannot be modified) Alarm clock Infrared On/Off Organizer Calculator Voice Recording¬º Call filter Inbox Java Auto On/Off Your phone supports Auto On/Off feature. You can or Off. turn this feature 1.
  • Page 45 Screen Settings Idle screen Idle screen type You can select your idle screen display, such as a Clock, Analog Clock, Month View World Contracted idle screen This option is only available for Digital Clock idle screen display. Select to show time or time, date and week info.
  • Page 46: Ringer Settings

    Ringer Settings You can change the default ringtone of your incoming calls by selecting a new ringtone from the ringtone list. There are six caller groups in your phonebook. You can assign different ringtones to each of the caller group so that you will know who is calling you when your phone rings.
  • Page 47 Preferred Network Preferred network list is stored in the SIM card. It specifies the priority by which the phone will register to the available network during automatic registration. 1. In idle mode, press , to enter the main menu. Settings Connectivity 2.
  • Page 48 Register again 1. If you select this menu, the phone will start to search for available networks and the list of available networks will be displayed on the screen. 2. Press + / - to select a network and press , or L Register to start registering to the selected network.
  • Page 49 Files that are copyright-protected cannot be sent. When connecting with a PC, make sure you have activated its infrared option. Device positioning Before sending or receiving data to and from another device, they must be correctly positioned relative to your mobile phone. Make sure that the respective IrDA ports are facing each other and are a maximum of 50 cm away from each other.
  • Page 50 Using the phone as a modem You can also use your mobile phone as a modem. Activate the IrDA data communication feature and link it with a PC or PDA. Your PC or PDA will be able to detect an external IrDA modem and you will be able to start using it.
  • Page 51: Call Settings

    7 • Call Settings There are seven sub-menus in the Calls menu Outgoing Calls, Answered including, Delete, Calls Settings, Call meters manage your call cost. Call lists This menu provides you with a call list consisting the records of your outgoing calls, missed calls and answered calls.
  • Page 52: Call Settings

    Call settings Call forward (network dependent) You can forward all your incoming calls to another phone number (or voice mailbox) when it is not convenient for you to answer a call. You can use this menu to set forwarding conditions. This feature is network dependent.
  • Page 53 GPRS call When you are connected using GPRS, whether or not your phone will emit an alert tone to notify you that there is a second incoming call shall be determined by this menu. You can select Set quick call Minute You can select whether or not to use reminder...
  • Page 54 Roaming Once this feature is activated, all incoming incoming calls will be barred when roaming. A call barring password is required to turn this feature On. If the password is correct, the phone will send a request to the network to activate this feature. Cancel The options in Cancel barring menu barring...
  • Page 55: Call Meters

    Minute Reminder To manage your calls duration, you can use this menu to select whether or not the phone will emit an alert to inform you of the duration of your call when you are on the phone (the other party will not hear the alert tone).
  • Page 56 When you switch off your phone, the last call information will still be stored. Last call Displays the duration of the last call. Last GPRS call Displays the transfer volume of the last GPRS connection. Call timer Displays the accumulated duration of your incoming and outgoing calls.
  • Page 57 Search option allows you to browse the black list. You can press + / - to select a particular number in LOptions the black list, then press the following operations: Edit Open the phone number editor to edit the selected number in the black list. Delete Delete the selected number in the black list.
  • Page 58: My Files

    8. My files This menu allows you to store the files in different folders to manage your files more effectively. In addition, you can obtain information regarding your phone, such as number of files, memory utilised, percentage of memory utilised using the menu.
  • Page 59: Photo Browser

    Set as This option is available only when the big picture selected photo is 128 * 160 or smaller. If you select this option, the phonebook list will be displayed. After you have selected a contact from the phonebook, press , or L picture to the selected contact.
  • Page 60: Videos

    Delete Delete the selected picture. You will be prompted to confirm before deletion. Rename Rename the selected picture. Slide show Display the pictures as a slide show every 4 seconds. Press any key to exit from slide show mode. Set as This option is available only when the big picture selected photo is 128 * 160 or smaller.
  • Page 61: Videos

    Videos Videos are played in non-full screen mode by default. When the video is not playing in full screen mode, the top of the screen will play the video image and the bottom of the screen will display a track indicating the play progress, total play duration, current duration, as well as volume level.
  • Page 62 Options Description Grid view The pictures will be displayed in grid view. At the same time, the option List will change to you have made will be saved until you List view change it to Preview Enter the picture browser to view the picture in full screen.
  • Page 63: Sounds

    The available options under Embedded picture menu are: Preview, Set as wall paper, Set as big picture and Detail. Sounds Your phone manages audio files the same way as it manages pictures. The preset music files are My Files Sounds commonly stored in >...
  • Page 64: Phonebook

    9. Phonebook Your phone features two phonebooks. The SIM phonebook is located on your SIM card and the number of phonebook entries you can store depends on the SIM card. The second phonebook (Smart phonebook) is integrated in the phone memory and the maximum number of name cards you can store is 500.
  • Page 65 Send MMS Send a MMS to the selected contact. Send Send the record in text format via namecard SMS. (note: as there are limitations to the length of an SMS, if there are too many numbers in a record, it may not be sent completely).
  • Page 66 SIM phonebook A SIM card record contains a name (maximum 12 characters) and a phone number (maximum 40 digits). Press +/- to select an entry and press , to display detailed information of the entry. Press L carry out the following operations: •...
  • Page 67: Search

    • Send MMS • Move to SIM • Send namecard • Send by infrared • Dial Search You can search for the phone number you have stored in the SIM card or smart phonebook using the menu (English names will appear at the top of the list and sorted in alphabetical order;...
  • Page 68: Delete All

    4. When the cursor is on the name and number fields, use the keypad to enter the name or number directly. Press < / > to move the cursor. Options 5. Press L to carry out the following operations: Option Description Save Save the new entry.
  • Page 69: Group Settings

    until every record is copied to the smart phonebook, or until the phone memory is full. From phone to SIM As long as the SIM card memory is not full, you will be able to copy all the phone records one after another until every record is copied to the SIM card, or until the card memory is full.
  • Page 70: Entertainment

    10. Entertainment JAVA (Third-party application) Your mobile phone features a Java run-time environment, which allows you to run Java applications, such as games downloaded from the JAVA Preload JAVA network. Press > embedded Java games (Battle Field and Race). Bio-rhythm Based on the birth date you have entered, Bio-rhythm draws a cyclical graph indicating your energy level, IQ and mood changes.
  • Page 71: Tools

    NOT be regarded as a replacement of health check by medical practitioner. Philips phone is not a medical instrument or device. Users are advised to seek independent medical advice for health and/or pregnancy related issues.
  • Page 72 BMI is calculated by using the weight divided by the height in squares. In the calculation, weight is in kilogrammes, while height is in metres. The formula is as follows: BMI= [weight (kg)]/ [(Height) metres x (Height) metres] 1. When you enter the menu, the cursor will be in the weight field.
  • Page 73 Male: BMR = 66 + (13.7 x weight in kg) + (5 x height in cm) - (6.8 x age) In the above method of calculation, the unit for weight is in kilogrammes and the unit for height is in centimetres.
  • Page 74 Options 4. Press L to carry out the following operations: Options Description Add new Create a new shopping list. View Browse the selected shopping list to view its details. Edit Edit the selected shopping list. Delete Delete the selected shopping list. Delete all Delete all the contents of the shopping list.
  • Page 75 The card information will be listed according to the date of creation. The last created card will appear at the top of the list. If the effective date of the card relative to the system date of the phone has expired, then the card will be moved to the bottom of the list and will be indicated with a green icon.
  • Page 76 Original $*(Discount rate/10) When the current language setting is English, the method of calculation is: Original $*(100-Discount rate)/100 As the method of calculation varies according to language settings, the entry fields also vary. When the current language is Chinese, the screen will prompt you to enter the original price and rate.
  • Page 77 Create product information Add new Select product information to enter add new product information screen to create a new product information. You can create a maximum of 20 product information. 1. Enter add new product information screen; press + / - to switch between the different entry fields and enter the following information: Brand name, five store names and the corresponding prices at each of the store.
  • Page 78 Once you have selected a specific event type, you will enter the editing screen of the specific event type. Options Description Meeting Enter the date, start time, end time (end time cannot be later than the start time), meeting description, alert type and repeat method.
  • Page 79: Alarm Clock

    In addition, you can press + /- / < / > to select a date and add a new event to the selected date. Weekly In the weekly calendar screen, press L display the following options: New, week), Weekly, Check all, Delete Capacity.
  • Page 80: Calculator

    Calculator You can carry out addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations with the calculator. 1. When you enter the calculator menu, press the keypad to enter the numbers directly and start the calculation (press # to enter decimal point). 2. Once you have finished entering the first set of numbers, press + / - / <...
  • Page 81: Unit Converter

    Unit converter This Java-based application allows you to convert many types of units such as Angles, Area, Convert, Currency, Volume, Energy, Force, Length, Volume, Mass, Men’s shirts, Men’s shoes, Power, Pressure, Speed, Temperature, Women’s dresses, Unit converter or ,tto enter 1.
  • Page 82: World Clock

    World clock The world clock allows you to check the time of the major cities of the world. There are two rows, one at the top and one at the bottom of the world map. The top row shows the time of the foreign city, while the bottom row shows the time of the home city.
  • Page 83: Wap

    Philips is not liable to give prior notification nor shall it bear any consequences for any failures arising from changes of configuration made by you or by the network operator.
  • Page 84 Otherwise, you need to re-configure the settings. Philips is not liable to give prior notification nor shall it bear any consequences for failures arising from changes in configuration made by you or by the network operator, or changes in Wap address or contents made by the internet content provider.
  • Page 85: Push Inbox

    Cache Allows you to enable, disable or clear cache. Cookie Allows you to enable or disable cookie and clear cookie. Cookie is an information sent by a HTML page to your browser when you visit a website. Push Inbox Allows you to check your Push messages and configure your Push settings, such as select whether or not to accept Push messages, delete push messages, etc.
  • Page 86: Icons & Symbols

    Icons & Symbols In idle mode, several icons and symbols can be simultaneously displayed on the handphone screen. If the network symbol is not displayed, it implies that the network is currently unavailable. You may be in a bad reception area; moving to a different location may help.
  • Page 87: Precautions

    Precautions Radio wave Your cellular mobile phone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is operating, it sends and receives radio waves. The radio waves carry your voice or data signal to a base station that is connected to the telephone network.
  • Page 88 from exposure to radio wave energy. Your cellular telephone complies with all applicable safety standards Radio Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC. Always switch off your phone Inadequately protected or sensitive electronic equipment may be affected by radio energy. This interference can lead to accidents. Before boarding an aircraft and/or when packing the phone in your luggage: the use of mobile phones in an aircraft may be...
  • Page 89 You should only use Philips Authentic Accessories, as the use of any other accessories may damage your phone and will make all guarantees for your Philips phone null and void. Make sure damaged parts are replaced immediately by a qualified technician and that they are replaced with genuine Philips replacement parts.
  • Page 90 40°C. Environmental care following Philips has marked the battery and packaging with standard symbols designed to promote the recycling and appropriate disposal of your eventual waste. Remember to observe the local regulations...
  • Page 91: Troubleshooting

    Your battery seems to over heat You might be using a charger that was not intended for use with your phone. Make sure you always use Philips authentic accessory shipped with your phone. Your phone doesn’t display the phone numbers of incoming calls This feature is network and subscription dependent.
  • Page 92 You can’t receive and/or store JPEG pictures A picture may not be accepted by your mobile phone if it is too large, if its name is too long, or if it doesn’t have the correct file format. You have the feeling that you miss some calls Check your call divert options.
  • Page 93: Philips Authentic Accessories

    Additional accessories may also be provided or sold separately. Package contents may therefore vary. To maximize the performance of your Philips phone and not to void the warranty, always purchase Philips Authentic Accessories that are specially designed for use with your phone. Philips Consumer Electronics cannot be held liable for any damages due to use with non authorized accessories.
  • Page 94: Trademark Declaration

    Trademark declaration JAVA is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. ® is a trademark of Tegic Communications Inc. Tegic Euro. Pat. App. 0842463...
  • Page 95 The highest SAR value for this Philips 588 mobile phone when tested for use at the ear is 0.214 W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the relevant international guidelines for RF exposure.
  • Page 96: Limited Warranty

    The limited warranty for original Philips rechargeable battery extends for six (6) months from the date of purchase. 3. What Will Philips Do if The Product is Not Free From Material Defects in Materials and Workmanship During The Limited Warranty...
  • Page 97 Normal wear and tear or Force Majeure. 5. How Do You Get Warranty Service? a) Return the Product to an authorized service center of Philips. You may contact the local Philips office for the location of the nearest authorized service center.
  • Page 98 OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY. This limited warranty represents the complete and exclusive agreement between the Consumer and Philips with respect to this cellular Product and it supercedes all prior agreements between the parties, oral or written, and all other communications between the parties relating to the subject matter of this limited warranty.
  • Page 99 Declaration of conformity Philips Electronics Hong Kong Ltd Group Mobile Phone 5/F, Philips Electronics Building 5 Science Park Avenue Shatin New Territories Hong Kong declare under our sole responsibility that the product Philips 588 Cellular Mobile Radio GSM 900/1800/1900 TAC: 395172...

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