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Ericsson T18s User Manual

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    Visit us on our website Ericsson Mobile Communication AB, SE-221 83 Lund, Sweden. EN/SV V 104 187 R1A User’s Guide Mobile Phone T18s...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Ericsson Mobile Communications AB at any time and with- out notice. Such changes will, however, be incorporated into new editions of this manual.

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    Please note! Some of the services in this manual are not supported by all net- works. This also applies to the GSM International Emergency Number 112. Please contact your network operator or service provider if you are in doubt whether you can use a particular service or not. symbol on our products signifies that they have been certi- fied according to the EMC directive 89/336/EEC, the Telecommu- nications directive 91/263/EEC, and the Low Voltage directive...

  • Page 4: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED Preparing Your Phone for Use Turning Your Phone On and Off 11 Display Information and Key Functions 13 Making and Receiving Calls 15 During a Call 17...

  • Page 6: Preparing Your Phone For Use

    Preparing Your Phone for Use OVERVIEW Front Indicator light Volume keys Microphone Microphone channel Back SIM release button Antenna Earpiece Display Keypad Flip Threaded hole for belt clip Battery Battery release catch Preparing Your Phone for Use...

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    ASSEMBLY You need to do the following to use your phone: • insert the SIM card • attach the battery to the phone • charge the battery THE SIM CARD When you register as a subscriber with a network operator, you get a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card.

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    For the best talk and standby time in the long run, we recom- mend that you use only Ericsson original batteries with your phone. To remind you that you will soon need to charge the battery or replace it with...

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    • an alarm signal (a long beep) sounds and the message for ten seconds in the display. The signal is repeated several times. • the indicator light on top of the phone starts flashing red. Note! The phone turns itself off when the battery can no longer power it satis- factorily.

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    Disconnecting the Charger • Bend the plug connected to the phone upwards and pull it out. Removing the Battery Turn off the phone. Press the catch on the bottom of the battery. Lift the battery up and away from the phone. Preparing Your Phone for Use...

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    Preparing Your Phone for Use...

  • Page 12: Turning Your Phone On And Off

    Subscription” on page 51. Network Search After you have turned on the phone (and entered your PIN), the Ericsson logo appears in the display and the phone searches for a network. When a network is found, the phone beeps three times. The indicator light on...

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    If your phone displays a language you do not understand, you can change it to English. To change the display language to English Press the Press the Enter 0000. Press the NETWORK Normally, the name of a network appears in the display after you have turned NETWORK 16:21 your phone on, but sometimes there is no network that you can use.

  • Page 14: Display Information And Key Functions

    Display Information and Key Functions DISPLAY INFORMATION Your phone display will help you to: • verify that you are dialling correctly • check your signal strength and service availability • find out if have received messages • check which line is in use if you have the Alternate Line Service (ALS) •...

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    Icon/Indicator: KEY FUNCTIONS The keys have other functions when you access the menu system “Using the Menu System” on page 21. Key: Y E S L E F T arrow keys (Clear) C L R Number keys Star Hash Volume keys ACTIVE FLIP The phone has an active flip.

  • Page 16: Making And Receiving Calls

    Making and Receiving Calls In this chapter, we assume that you have turned on your phone and that you are within range of a network. If you are abroad, you may use other networks, provided your home network has an agreement that allows you to do this (see also “Setting Network Preferences”...

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    MAKING EMERGENCY CALLS Enter 112 (the international emergency number). Press The international emergency number 112 can be used in most countries, with or without a SIM card inserted, if a GSM network is within range. Note! Some network operators may require that a SIM card is inserted, and in some cases that the PIN code has been entered, as well.

  • Page 18: During A Call

    During a Call Your phone has several functions which you might find helpful while a call is in progress. CHANGING THE EARPIECE VOLUME To change the earpiece volume during a call • Press the volume keys ( Pressing increases the volume. Pressing decreases the volume.

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    SENDING TONE SIGNALS To use telephone banking services or to control an answering machine, you need to use codes. These codes are sent as tone signals (also known as DTMF tones or touch tones). • Press the appropriate keys (0-9, * and #). Tip! You can also save a code together with a phone number in the Phone Book.

  • Page 20: Functions And Settings

    FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS Using the Menu System 21 Your Personal Phone Book 23 Using the Call List 29 Your Voice Mail Service 33 Personalizing Your Phone 35 Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS) 41 Diverting Incoming Calls 49 Security for Your Phone and Subscription 51 Handling More than One Call Simultaneously 57 Setting Network Preferences 63 Knowing the Call Time/Call Cost 67...

  • Page 22: Using The Menu System

    Using the Menu System You can find all your phone functions in the menu system. You use the menu system every time you want to change a setting in your phone, such as the ring signal. You also use the menus to get the most out of your phone: to set the alarm clock, send text messages, store important phone numbers, etc.

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    another menu. Press Mail < Read > Now you are in the Mail menu. messages The name of the menu that you have chosen is shown at the top of the dis- play ( Mail Use the < Send > Press message DISPLAY TEXT AND SYMBOLS...

  • Page 24: Your Personal Phone Book

    Your Personal Phone Book You can create a personal phone book by storing phone numbers and accom- panying names on the SIM card (card memory) and in the phone (phone mem- ory). You use the phone book menu for storing and recalling all the phone numbers in your personal phone book.

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    Press… For example • To enter an • To enter a To enter small letters • Enter the letter, for example an letters now appears until you press* again. To enter digits • Press and hold the number key. STORING A NUMBER TOGETHER WITH A NAME Enter the area code and phone number you wish to store.

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    Telephone Banking Services If you use telephone banking services, you can store the phone number of your bank together with your personal codes and account numbers. You only need to add pauses between the phone number, account number and security code.

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    Erasing a Storage Position from the Phone Memory Scroll to Press #. The phone icon appears. Enter, or scroll to, the position number you want to erase. Press Note! the phone icon are lost. USING THE PHONE BOOK There are two ways of using the phone book: you can either call a number by using the name tag stored with it;...

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    Move the cursor with the arrow keys to where you want to change the number. Enter the new number or clear the display with Press Changing a Name in Your Phone Book Clear the display. Scroll to Edit Enter the name and press Name:Alfre_d +1234567 Press...

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    Copying a Number from Phone Memory to SIM Memory Follow the instructions in “Copying All Numbers from Card Memory to Phone Memory”, but chose the instead of Copying All Numbers from Card Memory to Phone Memory Scroll to Enter the number of the first position in the SIM memory you wish to copy to the phone memory and press Enter the number of the first position in the phone memory you wish to copy to and press...

  • Page 30: Using The Call List

    Using the Call List THE CALL LIST This chapter describes the Call List function, which is a type of telephone number log or a memory that stores information (time, date, phone number and name) about the last 30 incoming and outgoing calls. Once your list exceeds 30 calls, the oldest one is deleted.

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    Activating the Call List Function • Scroll to Calling a Number from the Call List Scroll to Scroll to the number that you want to call. Press Missed Calls If you have missed a call, the phone shows Calls: 1, where the number NETWORK Calls:1 cates the number of unanswered/missed calls.

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    Showing Your Phone Number for a Particular Call Enter the phone number you wish to call. Scroll to Special functions Send Id Y E S Y E S Using the Call List...

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    Using the Call List...

  • Page 34: Your Voice Mail Service

    Your Voice Mail Service Note! Not all operators have this service. The service also depends on your subscription. The answering service of your network allows callers to leave a voice mes- NETWORK 11:33 sage when you cannot answer your calls. When you receive a voice mail, the voice mail icon appears in the display.

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    Your Voice Mail Service...

  • Page 36: Personalizing Your Phone

    Personalizing Your Phone Your phone includes a number of functions which let you adapt your phone to your own personal needs in different situations. Note that some of the func- tions allow you to have one setting when the phone is handheld and another when it is connected to handsfree equipment.

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    Different Ring Signals for Line 1 and Line 2 If you subscribe to the Alternate Line Service (ALS), L1 or L2, depending on Ring type < Line 1 > the line in use, is displayed instead of Phone (Mix) ferent ring signals for the two lines. Different Ring Signals for Speech, Data and Fax Calls If you have turned the Data menus on (see “Sending and Receiving Faxes”...

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    • To listen to your melody, press Press VIBRATING UNIT You can set the phone´s vibrating unit to Off, On all the time, or On when the ring signal is turned off. To set the vibrating unit Settings Scroll to <...

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    You can have your phone number displayed when you turn the phone on. This requires that you have replaced the Ericsson greeting with a greeting text of your own, or turned the Ericsson greeting off. If your phone number cannot be retrieved from your SIM card, you have to enter it yourself.

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    Tip! number. Scroll to . Enter the number and then press Y E S TIME The time is always displayed when the phone is in standby mode. Settings To set the time format < Clock/Date > Scroll to Select the 24-hour or 12-hour (am/pm) clock. To set the clock Enter the time in hours and minutes.

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    • the alarm function in the Tools menu is turned off, • the Area info in the Mail menu is turned off. To reset the phone Settings Scroll to < Master > reset Enter the phone lock code (the default code is Personalizing Your Phone Settings Master reset...

  • Page 42: Sending And Receiving Text Messages (sms), Sending And Receiving Text Messages (sms)

    Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS) The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send and receive text mes- sages consisting of up to 160 characters. You can receive text messages when the phone is in standby mode, during a call or when incoming calls are diverted to another phone number.

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    To read the message later Network • Press 12:15 The message is stored in the message memory as New and the envelope icon appears at the bottom of the standby display. Press * to see what time the message was received. READING A STORED MESSAGE Scroll to Scroll to the message you are looking for.

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    If you do not want to reply • Press ERASING A MESSAGE Scroll to the end of the message. Reply? Press The message To erase the message from the message memory, press The next message automatically appears in the message list. Tip! You can press to erase it.

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    Storing a received message in the SIM card memory Scroll to the end of the message. Reply? Press Erase? Press Store? Press The message automatically moves from the message memory to the SIM card memory. Stored on card The display now shows the position of the message. For example, if it is 3(15) the third of fifteen that the phone can store.

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    To set the request reply prompt OPTIONS < Reply Req > • Scroll to (Off) COMPOSING A TEXT MESSAGE For more information on how to enter text, see “Your Personal Phone Book” on page 23. Checking the First Characters You Have Entered •...

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    SENDING A STORED SENDING A STORED MESSAGE Scroll to Scrolled to the stored message you wish to send and press Now you can edit your message. When you are ready to send the message, press To send the message press OWN MESSAGES You can store up to ten standard messages, to be re-used whenever you want.

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    Note! This feature may not be available on all networks. Turning Area Information On • Scroll to Mail Options Y E S Turning Area Information Off • Scroll to Mail Options Y E S Area Information Message Types Each type of Area Information message is identified by a three-digit code. At present, the following message types exist: Code: AI Message Type:...

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    Inserting an Area Information Code Scroll to The number to the left indicates the position in the list. You can scroll for- wards and backwards through the list with the arrow keys. To insert a code, scroll to the first empty position, using the arrow keys and press Enter the new code.

  • Page 50: Diverting Incoming Calls

    Diverting Incoming Calls If you want to make certain that your incoming calls are correctly handled when you are unable to answer them, you can use the Call Divert service to divert them to another phone number. Note! The Call Divert service lets you: •...

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    For data and fax numbers, there are only two divert alternatives: • All calls • Unanswered CHECKING THE DIVERT STATUS To check the status of a certain call divert Scroll to All calls < Get status > Select the divert you want. Select The message whether the call divert is activated or not.

  • Page 52: Security For Your Phone And Subscription

    Security for Your Phone and Subscription There are several ways to protect your phone and subscription from unauthor- ized use. Anything from a simple keypad lock to full phone number control. KEYPAD LOCK The Keypad Lock helps you to avoid accidental dialling, which can happen if NETWORK 11:33 you keep your phone in your pocket.

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    Some SIM cards are protected with a PIN (Personal Identity Number) at the time of purchase. If the SIM card lock is activated, you have to enter the PIN every time you turn on your phone. If you enter your PIN incorrectly three blocked.

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    Cancelling the SIM Card Lock Scroll to Enter your PIN and press The message Note! PHONE LOCK The phone lock protects the phone against unauthorized use if it is stolen and the SIM card exchanged. It is not activated when you buy the phone. You can change the default security code 0000 to any three- to eight-digit personalized code.

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    The following calls can be barred: • all outgoing calls • all outgoing international calls • all outgoing international calls except to your home country • all incoming calls • all incoming calls when you are abroad (when roaming) To make sure that a call bar is not changed by someone else, you need a pass- word, which comes with your subscription, to activate or cancel a call bar.

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    FIXED DIALLING Fixed Dialling is a way of restricting outgoing calls. It requires a SIM card that allows fixed numbers to be stored. The fixed numbers are protected by your PIN2. How many numbers you can store depends on your SIM card. The Fixed Dialling function allows calls to be made only to fixed numbers stored on the SIM card.

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    Deleting a Fixed Number Scroll to Enter your PIN2. Scroll to the fixed number you want to delete and press Erase? Press CLOSED USER GROUPS The Closed User Groups (CUG) function is a way of lowering call costs. It depends entirely on your operator and subscription. Not all networks support the function.

  • Page 58: Handling More Than One Call Simultaneously

    Handling More than One Call Simultaneously Your phone allows you to handle more than one call simultaneously. This means that you can put a call that is in progress on hold, while you make or answer a second call, and then switch between the two calls. You may also set up a Conference Call to have a joint conversation with up to five people.

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    RECEIVING A SECOND CALL WHILE A CALL IS IN PROGRESS If the Call Waiting service is activated, you will hear a tone in the earpiece if < Answer? > you receive a second call. The question You can do one of the following: Put the Current Call On Hold and Answer the Waiting Call •...

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    Connect the Two Calls (Call Transfer) Handle calls Press Transfer Scroll to < call? > The two calls are now connected to each other, and you are disconnected from both calls. Note! Join the Two calls into a Conference Call Press Handle calls <...

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    To add a new participant Press Conf held Call the third person you wish to include in the conference group. Press Handle calls Scroll to < Join > You can include up to five participants in the conference group by repeating calls? steps 1 to 4 above.

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    To switch between the new call and the conference group • Press To end the new call and return to the conference group Put the conference group on hold. Handle calls Press < Release > Scroll to active? Ending the Conference Call •...

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    Handling More than One Call Simultaneously...

  • Page 64: Setting Network Preferences

    Setting Network Preferences SEARCHING FOR NETWORKS When you turn on the phone, it searches for the last accessed network. If this is not within range, you may use another network, provided your home net- work has an agreement that allows you to do so. This is called roaming. The order of preference in which the phone selects a network is determined by a list of preferred networks on your SIM card.

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    Message Forbidden Available Starting an Automatic Network Search Networks • Scroll to < New search > The phone automatically starts searching for a network according to the list of preferred networks stored on your SIM card. LIST OF FORBIDDEN NETWORKS The names of the forbidden networks are stored on your SIM card.

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    Adding a Network to the List Edit list Network Scroll to < > Scroll to the first free position in the list and press Edit list If you scroll to a position that is already occupied, press Add net? scroll with the arrow keys until Press you want.

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    Setting Network Preferences...

  • Page 68: Knowing The Call Time/call Cost

    Knowing the Call Time/ Call Cost CALL INFORMATION The display shows the duration of a call in progress. When you end the call, the call duration information is shown for another three seconds. If your net- work and SIM card support this feature, you can have the call cost (or the number of call units) displayed.

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    DETERMINING THE CALL COST If you select the Price function, both your network and your SIM card must support it. Price entered is stored on your SIM card. Note! be displayed during a call, and in the To enter the price per call unit Info <...

  • Page 70: Using Two Voice Lines

    Using Two Voice Lines Note! This service may not be available on all networks and may require a separate subscription. Your phone supports two voice lines (Alternate Line Service, ALS) with dif- ferent phone numbers, Line 1 and Line 2. This is useful if you want to keep business calls and private calls on separate lines.

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    Using Two Voice Lines...

  • Page 72: Calling From Your Car

    Calling from Your Car By using the Ericsson portable or vehicle handsfree solutions, you can be on the phone without using your hands to hold it. HANDSFREE TYPES If you use a Vehicle Handsfree Solution, you can choose between two differ- ent ways in which your phone can handle the speech.

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    • Any key turned on, you can answer an incoming call by pressing any key, except • Auto answered automatically after one ring signal. Selecting Answering Mode Scroll to Select a mode. OTHER HANDSFREE-RELATED SETTINGS Apart from the settings mentioned above, you can change the following set- tings when using handsfree equipment: •...

  • Page 74: Voice Recognition

    Voice Recognition The phone is equipped with an in-built voice recognition system. This system allows you to: • voice dial. • answer and reject calls. To call someone, you only need to press a key, say the voice label associated with that person and the phone automatically dials his or her number.

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    Say the voice label that you want to be stored with the phone book entry. The voice label is played back to you. If you are satisfied, press The voice label icon Recording Problems If the phone could not detect any speech, one of the following might have hap- pened: •...

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    VOICE LABEL LIST If the Voice Dialling function is on, the Phone Book menu includes a Voice Label List. When selected, you can scroll through the names and numbers which have a voice label attached. When such a number is displayed, its voice label is played back.

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    Say the command you want to use. The command is played back to you. If you are satisfied, press Otherwise, press The phone now prompts you to enter a voice command for rejecting calls. To do this, follow steps 2–5 above using “Busy” (or another command) instead of “Answer”.

  • Page 78: Calling Card Or Credit Card Calls

    Calling Card or Credit Card Calls When making international or long distance calls, you may not want your operator to charge you for these calls on your normal account. If you have a credit card or a calling card, you may want to re-direct the charges to one of those accounts instead.

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    STORING A CALLING CARD NUMBER: Scroll to Enter your security code and press To change security codes, see above. Select card position (Card 1 or Card 2). Enter the access number (the phone number) to the calling card server. The numbers are entered in the same way as in the ordinary Phone book.

  • Page 80: Sending And Receiving Faxes

    Sending and Receiving Faxes If you have a SIM card that does not support separate fax and data numbers, you need to activate the data menus. When the menu appears in your phone: ACTIVATING THE DATA MENUS Settings < Data menus > •...

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    Sending and Receiving Faxes...

  • Page 82: Some Useful Tools

    Some Useful Tools ALARM CLOCK The phone has an alarm function. When it is activated, an icon in the shape of NETWORK 11:33 a bell is shown next to the current time in the display. The alarm signal sounds at the time set, even if the phone is turned off. The illumination of the keys and the display flashes.

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    Scroll with the You can also press # to get the answer. To clear the display, press To enter a decimal point • Press *. To enter the multiplication sign (*) • Press * twice. Some Useful Tools to the equal sign (=) and press R I G H T L E F T C L R...

  • Page 84: Additional Information

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Troubleshooting 85 Quick Keys 87 Technical Data 89 Glossary 91 Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use 97 Warranty 101...

  • Page 86: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter lists some problems that you might encounter while using your phone. Some problems require that you call your service provider, but most of the problems you encounter are easy to correct yourself. ERROR MESSAGES Insert card Insert There is no SIM card in the phone.

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    Make sure that the phone is properly inserted into its holder. POOR SOUND QUALITY IN HANDSFREE EQUIPMENT • Check that the handsfree equipment is Ericsson original equipment and that it has been propely installed, • Change the Handsfree Type from Type 1 to Type 2. See “Handsfree Types”...

  • Page 88: Quick Keys

    Quick Keys Several keys on your phone can be used to optimize the phone’s functionality and decrease the number of times you need to press a key. Some of the key combinations demand that your phone is in a certain mode and some can be made from the standby mode.

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    Quick Keys...

  • Page 90: Technical Data

    Technical Data General System SIM card Dimensions Size Weight with battery Weight without battery HUMIDITY Ambient temperatures GSM 900/GSM1800 Small plug-in card, 3V or 5V type 105 x 49 x 24mm 146g +55°C –10°C Technical Data...

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    Technical Data...

  • Page 92: Glossary

    Glossary Advice of Charge (or AoC) enables you to monitor the cost of calls made from your mobile phone. Details of the last call and total calls made are shown in the phone dis- play. Alternate Line Service (or ALS) enables you to have two lines and two different phone numbers on one subscription for your mobile phone.

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    Dual Band GSM 900/1800 The Ericsson S 988 is a dual band phone, which means that you can use your phone on two different kinds of networks – the GSM 900 and the GSM 1800 (also called PCN or DCS 1800) systems.

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    International Prefix (+) mobile phone (+) prefix that automatically adds the correct international code in front of a telephone number when dialling out of a country. You then have to add the code of the country you are calling. International Roaming a mobile phone feature that allows you to switch between networks offering coverage abroad.

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    PIN2 Personal Identification Number 2 – an authorization code which is used only for special services. Personal Unblocking Key – used to unlock a blocked SIM card. This comes with your subscription. Roaming Within your home network, this means that your mobile phone automatically sets up communication procedures with different radio base stations when on the move.

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    scriber Identity Module) card with your subscription. The services included in your subscription depend on your choice of operator and/or subscription. So some of the services and functions described in this manual may not be acces- sible to you. If you want a complete list of the services included in your sub- scription, please contact your network operator.

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  • Page 98: Guidelines For Safe And Efficient Use

    According to this statement, which is based on the available body of research, there is no evidence that mobile terminals meeting the rec- ommended limits can cause any adverse health effects. All Ericsson tele- phones conform to the ICNIRP recommendations, and international exposure standards, such as: •...

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    Do not use the phone with a damaged antenna. Replace a damaged antenna immediately. Consult your manual to see if you may change the antenna your- self. If so, use only an Ericsson approved antenna. Otherwise, take your phone to a qualified service centre for repair.

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    ELECTRONIC DEVICES Most modern electronic equipment, for example, equipment in hospitals and cars, is shielded from RF energy. However, RF energy from telephones may affect some electronic equipment. Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when regulations posted in the areas instruct you to do so.

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    • Do not expose product to lit candles, cigarettes, cigars, open flames, etc. Use only Ericsson Original accessories. Failure to do so may result in loss of performance, fire, electric shock, or injury, and will void the warranty. •...

  • Page 102: Warranty

    Warranty If your Ericsson product requires warranty service you should return the prod- uct to the dealer/retailer from whom it was purchased. If your Ericsson prod- uct requires warranty service when you are abroad, the service is available in those countries listed on your International Warranty Certificate.

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    • Repairs performed by non-authorised service workshops, or open- ing of the product by non-authorised persons. • Accidents, acts of God or any cause beyond the control of Ericsson, including but not limited to lightning, water, fire, public distur- bances and improper ventilation.

  • Page 104: Index

    Index Alarm 81 Alarm indicator 14 Alternate Line Service (ALS) 69 Answered calls indicator 29 Answering calls 16 Answering service. See Voice Mail Antenna 5 Area information 46 message types 47 receiving area messages 48 Banking by phone 25 Barring calls. See Call barring Battery 5, 7 attaching 7 charging 7, 8...

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    Conference calls 59 adding new participants 59 creating 59 extracting a participant 60 releasing a participant 60 reviewing participants 60 Copying phone numbers 27 Credit 68 Credit cards 77 Date 39 format 39 setting 39 Dialled numbers indicator 29 Display 5 greeting text 38 indicators 13 language 11, 38...

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    Minute minder 37 Missed calls 30 Missed calls indicator 29 Muting microphone 17 Name recall 26 Name tag 23 Network 12, 63 forbidden 64 preferred 64 search modes 65 selection 63 Network name 12 Personal ring signall 36 Phone book 23 calling from 26 card memory 23 changing a name 27...

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    SMS 41 composing 45 editing 45 enabling phone for sending 42 erasing 43 message types 44 reading 41 receiving 41 repeting message 44 reply requested 44 replying to 42 sending 45 storing 43 types 44 SMS indicator 13 Speed dialling 26 Stored messages (SMS) reading 42 Storing...

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