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Q selects the Phone Book menu
Using The Phone Book Menu
What is the Phone Book ?
You can store up to 255 names and telephone numbers as
entries in an electronic 'Phone Book'. These entries are stored
in both the phone's and SIM card's memory and can be used
for fast dialling.
Your phone can store 100 entries and the SIM card can store
up to 155 entries. The number of SIM card entries will vary
depending upon the type of SIM card issued by your Cellular
Service Provider.
Each Phone Book entry comprises:
A telephone number. Up to 32 digits can be stored, but this
is reduced to 20 digits for SIM card locations.
A name. Up to 16 characters for phone locations. Up to 50
characters for SIM card locations, but typically 10 or less.
A location label from 1 to 255.
To access the Phone Book menu press the Q key.
Phone Book Options
Q key will display the
Use the navigation keys M, O and C to select the
Phone Book option you wish to use.
will appear, a second press of the
Find Entry By Name
Using the Phone Book
menu item.


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