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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Page 4 Introduction SAR _______________________________________ 4 Declaration of conformity _______________________ 5 General safety _______________________________ 5 Vehicle safety _______________________________ 5 Emergency calls _____________________________ 6 Care and maintenance ________________________ 6 AC/DC adapter charger ________________________ 6 Battery use _________________________________ 6 PC cable ___________________________________ 7 Your responsibility ____________________________ 7 Security codes _______________________________ 7...
  • Page 3 Sending an e-mail from the outbox ______________ 36 Editing e-mails from the drafts folder _____________ 37 Storage consumption _________________________ 37 Page 38 Calls & times Calls log ___________________________________ 38 Call timers _________________________________ 38 Call costs - management ______________________ 39 Recorded call _______________________________ 41 Page 42 Phonebook Storing names and telephone numbers ___________ 42...
  • Page 4: Sar

    INTRODUCTION M350 hank you for purchasing the (GSM, DCS) mobile telephone. The mobile telephone described in this guide is approved for use on all GSM 900/1800 networks. Some of the messages displayed on your mobile may be different according to your subscription type and/ or service provider.
  • Page 5: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of conformity Hereby, Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A., declares that this VGM07A (M350) is in compli- ance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. You can find a copy of the full Declaration of Conformity on our website :
  • Page 6: Emergency Calls

    The information contained on discs or cards may be affected by the phone. - Do not connect incompatible products. The use of third party equipment or accessories, not made or authorised by Mitsubishi Electric, invalidates the warranty of your phone and can be a safety risk.
  • Page 7: Pc Cable

    Battery disposal In compliance with European environmental protection directives, used batteries must be returned to the place of sale, where they are collected free of charge. Don't throw away your batteries in your household waste. PC cable The PC cable allows to connect your mobile telephone to a Personal Computer in order to exchange data.
  • Page 8: Using This Guide

    USING THIS GUIDE lease carefully read this user guide. It contains information about your phone and the way that it operates on the network. Some of the features described in this user guide are network dependent. Do not forget to check with your service provider which of these you can use. You may need to take additional subscriptions to activate some features.
  • Page 9 The list of the elements to be entered is displayed. Scroll down to the field(s) you want to fill in and press OK. Type the requested information or select the requested item and select to validate. Save Fill in as many fields as necessary and select to store all the entered information.
  • Page 10 Arrow keys. These icons are displayed during menu operation to indicate more items in the menu can be reached by pressing Secured connection. This icon is displayed when a secured connection is in progress. Written e-mail with attachment. Read e-mail with attachment. Sent e-mail with attachment.
  • Page 11: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED Preparing the phone for operation Please refer to the Getting started whith your M350 booklet. Basic operations Turning the phone On Press and hold the On/Off key. A tone sounds at mobile activation. When switching the mobile on for the first time or if the phone was incorrectly switched off may be dis- played.
  • Page 12 Ending a call: Press on the On/Off key. Holding your phone (while making or receiving a call) Avoid covering the up- per back half of the phone so as to Recommended way allow maximum emision and reception quality. Please be warned that you should not, when using the hands free mode, put the phone to your ear. The standby display When switched on the mobile searches connection with the network.
  • Page 13 Power saver To allow you enjoy optimised use of your mobile a power saver screen is automatically displayed after one minute when the phone is not being used. It displays your service provider name and the time. The power saver does not prevent any operation. You can thus get a call, an SMS, etc. while the power saver is on.
  • Page 14: Tools

    TOOLS hen scrolling to the Tools menu from the main icons menu direct access to the Infrared port section is possible by selecting Infrared on the left side of the display. The Tools menu allows access to a diary, a calculator, a currency converter, an alarm clock and the infrared port opening.
  • Page 15 The following actions are available: ACTIONS PURPOSE To move down to the next event or loops back to the first one To move up to the previous event or loops to the last one To move to the previous day To move to the next day An Options list is available.
  • Page 16 Tasks list This feature enables to store up to 100 tasks to be done (To do), scheduled with a start and a due date, with or without a reminder alarm. To enter a new task: Press OK. Select Tools. Select Diary. Select Tasks list.
  • Page 17: Calculator

    Calculator This feature allows simple calculations using + (plus), - (minus), * (multiplication), / (division) and % (percentage) functions. If the currency converter is initialised, numbers can be converted during calculations. To use the calculator Press OK. Select Tools. Calculator Select The phone is ready to perform simple calculations.
  • Page 18: Alarm Clock

    To calculate the conversion between the chosen currencies: Press OK. Select Tools. Currency converter. Select Select one of the first two options. Enter the amount to be converted. Press to insert a decimal point if needed. Press OK. The converted amount and the exchange rate information are displayed. Alarm clock This feature allows setting a daily Reminder Alarm.
  • Page 19: Using Your Mobile As A Modem

    - Stop Bit: 1 stop Bit - Speed: 115200b/s The PC cable may not be supplied with your mobile. Please ask your retailer for an M350 compatible PC cables. Your mobile: Plug in the PC cable (please see page 4).
  • Page 20: Messages

    MESSAGES his section describes the contents of the Messages menu and bears full information on the Short Message Service. Other types of messages can be sent and received via your mobile. Please refer to the e-mails (page 35) and Multimedia Messages (page 29) sections for full information on e-mails and Multimedia Messages.
  • Page 21: Forwarding Messages

    Forwarding messages You can forward a received message to other people/number(s): Press OK. Select Messages. Select SMS. Select Inbox SIM archive/Received messages. Choose the message to be forwarded and select Options. Select Forward. Select the field and choose one of the displayed names or select if you want to send your message to another mobile number (directly type the number in).
  • Page 22: Entering Text

    The SMS centre number may already be available in your SIM card and may then be automatically displayed. If you want to choose a Sending profile for your message: Press OK. Select Messages. Select SMS. Select Settings. Select Sending profiles and choose the profile you want to use.
  • Page 23 To enter text press the key bearing the required character until it appears in the display. Holding the key displays the number corresponding to the key. If you need to use two characters from the same key wait for a few seconds after typing the first character (until the key characters on the upper part of the screen are cleared) or press the right arrow key before pressing the key again.
  • Page 24: Text Models

    Example To type card: Press OK and select Messages Select Write new . Fill in the To field (see “Sending a new sms message”, page 24). In the Text field press the down arrow key until is displayed. Press , a appears. Press , ca appears.
  • Page 25: Signature

    Press OK. Select the field and choose one of the displayed names or select if you want to send your message to another mobile number (directly type the number in). You can also press any of the 0 to 9 keys (from the To field) to type a new phone number. Press to validate.
  • Page 26: Voice Mail

    Voice mail Your network provider may offer a Voice Mail service which operates like an answering machine. You may be able to directly access it by pressing and holding the key. Contact your service provider for further details. Storing a voice mail centre number If your SIM card does not bear the Voice Mail centre number you have to manually store it: Press OK.
  • Page 27: Status Request

    Status request If a status is requested on a sent message a status request is sent to the network (this feature must be network supported). If the status is requested on a delivered message the date and time of delivery may be shown.The network then answers by sending a status report (SR) back to the phone.
  • Page 28: Multimedia Messages

    MULTIMEDIA MESSAGES The Multimedia Messages Service (MMS) is a service that allows the sending and receiving of messages to and from other MMS enabled mobile phones. The main difference between an SMS and an MMS is the MMS is composed of one or several pages made of text + image(s) and sounds (melody or speech notes).
  • Page 29: Saving Received Multimedia Message Content

    Saving received multimedia message content You can store the images, melodies, events, tasks and speech notes attached to the received multimedia messages into the Fun & media box. When reading a received Multimedia message: Options Select Select Attachment. Select Options. Select Store.
  • Page 30 Content The following screen is displayed (it allows you to edit your message pages): Displayed symbols (upper part of the screen): The previous page can be reached by pressing the left arrow key. The next page can be reached by pressing the right arrow key. One or several pages can be added next by pressing the right arrow key.
  • Page 31 To edit and modify the page contents Select Options. The following list is displayed: OPTION ACTION Validate To validate the informations of the Content field and get back to the message composer. Page To modify the text colour, the background colour and set the page timer (default options timer = 3 seconds).
  • Page 32: Mms Profiles

    Copy to Please see the ’To’ section above. Name card The name card field allows to attach a copy of a vcard to the multimedia message. Name card Select the list Select a name in the phonebook. A copy of the vcard is then attached to the message 1.
  • Page 33: Sending Messages From The Outbox

    Message auto-retrieval You may choose whether or not the Multimedia messages should be automatically retrieved from the network on notification receipt. The auto-retrieval modes are the following: The Multimedia message is automatically retrieved from the network on notifica- tion receipt. On (with query) The ’retrieve new multimedia message ?’...
  • Page 34: Reading A Received E-Mail

    e-mails Your mobile allows to send and receive e-mails. The e-mails can bear text, images, sounds, vCard and vCalendar as attached files. The maximum total size for the attached files is 1024 kB. Please read the following instructions to configure your e-mail system and use the e-mail sub-menu.
  • Page 35: Composing An E-Mail

    OPTION DESCRIPTION Retrieve e-mails To launch a connection and retrieve all the available e-mails from the server (according to the free memory space on the mobile). View To view the selected e-mail body. Reply To write a reply e-mail and send it to the original e-mail sender. Reply all To write a reply e-mail and send it to all the addresses contained in the original e-mail.
  • Page 36: Settings

    Settings Preparing the phone to send e-mails Before receiving or sending e-mails the Connection parameters must be stored in the phone. If they are note stored by default on your mobile please contact your e-mail service provider to get them. The Profiles list can contain up to 3 e-mail profiles.
  • Page 37: Editing E-Mails From The Drafts Folder

    Editing e-mails from the drafts folder The Drafts folder contains the stored unsent e-mails. These e-mails can be selected from the Drafts folder and can be modified and sent. To select one of these e-mails: Press OK. Select Messages. Select e-mail. Select Drafts and use up or down arrow key to scroll to the required message.
  • Page 38: Calls & Times

    CALLS & TIMES ccess the menu to check the details of individual incoming and Calls & Times outgoing calls, the duration of the latest call, the total call time for all sent and received calls or to play the recorded calls. Calls log This feature stores details (identity, time and date and call duration) on the latest 20 numbers dialled, the latest 20 unanswered calls and the latest 20 received calls.
  • Page 39: Call Costs - Management

    The call type and the accumulated times of outgoing and incoming calls are displayed. Selecting Details displays information on calls made on your home network, on National roaming and on International roaming. If Line 2 is active too 'All Calls' for Line 1 and Line 2 are displayed separately. Balance information (subscription dependent) This service may be supplied by your service provider.
  • Page 40 To set a currency value per unit: Press OK. Select Calls & Times. Call costs. Select Select Display cost type. Select Currency. The current currency unit value is displayed. Select Modify. Enter your PIN 2 code and press OK. Enter the currency name (up to 3 letters). Press to validate.
  • Page 41: Recorded Call

    Alternate line service - selecting line 2 (subscription dependent) Some operators support the use of a second line. You may then have two mobile phone numbers (e.g. a business line plus a personal line). To use them you need to select the line to be used. Press OK.
  • Page 42: Phonebook

    PHONEBOOK hone numbers can be stored in the phone and in the SIM card memories (= phonebook). The phone memory can store up to 255 'extended' cards (called 'phonebook cards'). These cards allow to store several types of information: family name, first name, home number, mobile number, work number, two e-mail addresses, postal address, business information, voice tag, group and a related icon or picture.
  • Page 43: Editing A Phonebook Or A Sim Name Card

    SIM names card From the standby display: Enter the number. Select Store. Select SIM names Fill in the available fields and select to validate your entries. Select Save to store the card. Via the menu: Press OK. Select Phonebook. Select Add name SIM names Select...
  • Page 44: Viewing And Calling Phonebook Numbers

    Via the menu: Press OK. Select Phonebook. Read Select Select one of the stored cards Select Options. Select View. Save Scroll down to the field(s) you want to modify and amend it/them. Select to store the changes. You can create a voice dialling pattern on phonebook cards. This voice dialling pattern can only be recorded in edition mode.
  • Page 45: Voice Dialling

    Voice dialling You can make a call by using your voice. To create a voice pattern: Press OK. Select Phonebook. Voice dialling. Select entry. All name entries are displayed. Select Use the up and down arrow keys to choose the card you want to use and press OK. If several phone numbers are registered on a card (e.g.
  • Page 46: My Card

    Enter or select the requested data. Press to validate. Save Press to store the defined group. Groups characteristics can be modified or deleted (when in the Groups menu, select OK to amend the settings or select Delete to erase the group). To modify a group: Press OK.
  • Page 47: Fixed Dialling Numbers

    Fixed dialling numbers Fixed dialling is a feature that restricts outgoing calls to 'fixed' numbers or 'prefixes' contained in SIM cards that support this feature. When the Fixed Dialling Numbers (FDN) feature is activated, dialling numbers, diverting calls and sending SMS to numbers not registered in the FDN list is forbidden.
  • Page 48: Camera

    CAMERA he camera application allows you to take pictures with your mobile. These pictures can then be used to: - personalize your standby display, your Welcome or your Goodbye screen (please see "Setting an image as a idle screen, a welcome or a goodbye screen from the pictures folder", page 63), - be sent to other devices (mobile phones, pc) by e-mail, MMS (see "Multimedia messages", page 29) or infrared port (see "Infrared port", page 18), match your...
  • Page 49 Once the capture is performed the picture is displayed. You can then reach the following options sub menu: OPTIONS DESCRIPTION Full view To see the picture on full screen Camera To go back to the preview screen. Set as... To set the picture as a Idle Screen, a Welcome or a Goodbye screen image Send by...
  • Page 50: Adjusting Your Picture

    Adjusting your picture You can adjust 4 types of settings before taking a picture: Resolution, Exposure, Brightness and Zoom. All these settings are to be done from the preview screen. To select the picture size: Use the left or right arrow keys to select the Large (VGA), Normal or Portrait mode. Press to take a picture.
  • Page 51: Self Timer

    Self timer The camera application allows you to take self-timed pictures. Camera. Press key and then Options. Press Select Self timer capture. Press OK or press the side key. The capture is automaticaly performed after 10 seconds. The 10 second countdown is displayed on the idle screen. The picture is automatically taken after the countdown the Self timer function is then automatically set to Off.
  • Page 52: Calendar

    CALENDAR he availability of this menu is network dependent. If your SIM card does not bear an access to the Network services the Calendar menu is directly accessible from the Menu icons. Please see "Calendar", page 14 for full details. NETWORK SERVICES he availability of this menu is network dependent (it may not be available or be named Network services, Services,...).
  • Page 53: Wap

    WAP™ Your mobile allows Wap™(Wireless Application Protocol) connections to access operator and/or Wap™ provided services (e.g. news, sports, weather, travel buying, etc.). To get a Wap™ connection please make sure: - your SIM card bears a Data subscription - all the necessary parameters are stored into the mobile. These parameters may have been set by your operator.
  • Page 54: Ending The Online Connection

    To launch a Wap™ session from the idle menu: Press OK. Select Wap. Select Home page. The Wap™ connection is then launched and the list of the available site services is displayed once the page was downloaded. If the activated Wap™ profile is not correctly set or if your subscription does not allow you to reach the selected Wap™...
  • Page 55: Personalising Your Connection Settings

    Personalising your connection settings The following user settings are available and enable to optimise the phone behaviour during Wap™ connection Press OK. Select Wap. Select Settings. A list allows to select different options: OPTION ACTION Wap profiles To enter and register profile details. To select GSM or GPRS as a default bearer when defining mixed based Preferred (GSM + GPRS) profiles.
  • Page 56 - whilst you are browsing the Wap™: Press the call key to display the options menu. Select Bookmarks. Select one of the bookmark names to access the required Wap™ site. Selecting OK dierctly tries to reach the bookmarked page. Go to site The following sub-menu allows easy access to Wap™...
  • Page 57 To set the push reception parameters: Press OK. Select Wap. Select Settings. Select Push preferences and set the different parameters : 1/ Accept push info: Never: to forbid push messages reception. Current profile: to allow only push messages from the current Wap™ profile. All profiles: only allows push messages from the configured Wap™...
  • Page 58: Advanced Settings On Wap™ Profiles

    Advanced settings on Wap™ profiles The advanced settings are used to support specific configurations and improved services available on certain Wap™ gateways. This menu is operator dependent and may not be available on your phone. These parameters are displayed as Wap™ profile items. To get to the Advanced settings menu: Press OK.
  • Page 59: Fun & Media Box

    FUN & MEDIA BOX his menu gathers and manages all the images, melodies, speech notes and games and applications contained in the mobile as well as all the files received via the infrared port, e-mail, the Multimedia messages, Wap or the SMS. GAMES AND APPLICATIONS ™...
  • Page 60 1. Receiving an incoming call while playing may not allow you to resume the current game. 2. Please check downloading and billing conditions with your service provider. 3. The games download option, the catalogue and the catalogue update option may not be available on your mobile.
  • Page 61: Pictures

    ™ TO DOWNLOAD A JAVA APPLICATION Java™ applications are to be downloaded via the Wap™ application (please see "starting a wap™ session", page 63):. Once on a Wap page containing Java™ games/applications, select the game/application you want to dowload. Retrieve Select (Left softkey) to download the game/application on your mobile.
  • Page 62 Pictures browser The Pictures browser allows to display the stored images as a list or as thumbnails. When the pictures are displayed as a list the screen is divided into two parts: the image names list and the se- lected image. When they are displayed a mosaic (Thumbnails mode: see Options/My preferences) the screen contains a mosaic of pictures and the name of the selected image.
  • Page 63: Melodies

    . On top of the usual melodies download by SMS you can download melodies by browsing internet web sites. This is done via the 'Digiplug' or the Nokia™ Smart Messaging system for Mitsubishi Electric phones. The principle is the following: Melodies are stored on a Web Digiplug server.
  • Page 64: Speech Notes

    Options Once the melody is received a reception screen is displayed. Press or select then Play to play the received melody. To set a melody as a ringtone, an alarm, a welcome or a Goodbye. Please see "Tones", page 67. You can also receive melodies via the Infrared port.
  • Page 65: Others

    Others This file allows to store vcard files (Phonebook), vcalendar files (Diary cards), text files and files with unknowen/unsupported format. To display the others file contents: Press OK. Select Fun & Media box. Select Others. Use the up and down arrow keys to scroll the required file. The following Options list is available: OPTIONS DESCRIPTION...
  • Page 66: Storage Used

    Storage used To consult the percentage of memory used for the Pictures, Melodies, Others and Speech note folders: Press OK. Select Fun & media box. Storage used. The total memory used is displayed (all file types). Select Details Select get storage information per file type. Use the up and down arrow keys to scroll to the required information type (Pictures, Melo- dies, Speech note, Others).
  • Page 67: Settings

    SETTINGS his menu allows to adjust mobile features for your comfort and mobile security. Tones Alert mode You can set the ring, alert and alarm tone types via the Mode menu. If you choose the 'Vibrate' or 'Vibrate then ring' option, the vibrating option replaces all the alert and alarm tones. To modify the alert mode: Press OK.
  • Page 68: Display

    Press OK. Select Settings. Select Tones Select Volume. Select Ring, Ramping, Keys, Conversation or Alarm. Scroll up or down to adjust the settings. You can also use the numeric keys to set the sets the volume to 2, pressing on required audio level: pressing on sets the vol- ume to...
  • Page 69: Keypad

    Goodbye screen At mobile switch off a Goodbye screen shows. This screen is a default one but it can be customised. You can indeed select any of the Pictures folder images - see "Pictures", page 55. Press OK. Select Settings. Select Display.
  • Page 70: Phone Settings

    Speed dial Phonebook numbers can be assigned to keys . The key cannot be assigned a phonebook number as it is assigned by default to the Voice Mail number (see "Calling the voice mail centre to check your messages", page 26). Numbers stored in both the SIM card and the phone (except from fixed dialling numbers) can be selected.
  • Page 71 Enter the time you want your mobile to switch on and/or to switch off and press OK. Save Select to store your setting. If the phone is already on at automatic switch-on time it remains on. When the phone is about to automatically switch off a warning message and a countdown timer are displayed.
  • Page 72: Connection Manager

    Connection manager The Connection manager service manages and centralises circuit and packet connection profiles (see "Wap™", page 61) for online applications. Connection profiles Selecting a profile Press OK. Select Settings. Select Connection manager. Connection profiles. Select Scroll down to the required profile. Press Option View to display the profile.
  • Page 73: Gsm Services

    Modem: To set the operation mode to Press OK. Select Settings. Connection manager. Select Select Operation mode. Select Modem. GSM services Call diverting This Network dependent service allows to divert incoming calls (voice, fax or data calls) to another number To divert a call: Press OK.
  • Page 74 Call waiting This network dependent feature allows to receive a new call while a call is already on (network dependent). To activate the call waiting feature: Press OK. Select Settings. Services. Select Call waiting. Select Select Activate. Activated Check your request is then displayed.
  • Page 75 Network automatic search: When the phone is on, it automatically searches the last network it was registered to (usually the home network). If it is not available, the phone automatically searches and selects one of the networks registered in the preferred network list (located in the SIM card). Editing the preferred list Your mobile contains a list of networks which can be selected (e.g.: to suit your travel arrange- ments).
  • Page 76: Security Features

    Call barring This network dependent service forbids certain outgoing or incoming call types. It requires a call barring password. To bar a call: Press OK. Select Settings. Select Services. Call barring. Select Outgoing calls Incoming calls: Select SELECT MEANING Outgoing To bar all outgoing calls.
  • Page 77 Once this feature is activated the code is asked each time the phone is turned on. To change the phone lock code: Press OK. Select Settings. Select Security. Phone lock change Select and follow the instructions displayed. Press to validate the new code. To activate / deactivate the phone lock code: Press OK.
  • Page 78: Certificates

    Summary of code/password entry chart PASSWORD LENGTH NUMBER OF ALLOWED TRIALS IF BLOCKED OR FORGOTTEN Phone lock code 4 digits Unlimited Return phone to manufacturer 4-8 digits Unblocked by use of PUK code PIN2 4-8 digits Unblocked by use of PUK2 8 digits Contact your service provider PUK2...
  • Page 79 To go over a transaction and use the security WIM system: From the WAP™ page, when getting to a paid service, press OK. A sum-up of the transaction is shown on the following page. Press to validate. Enter the requested signature code (4 to 8 digits). A sum-up of the whole transaction (the Ticket detail Date, Clear Text Infor-...
  • Page 80: Glossary

    APPENDIX Glossary EXPRESSION MEANING AC/DC charger Alternating Current/Direct Current charger Active call The call currently in conversation Alternate Line (Line 2) Service Advise of Charge - subscription service Cell Broadcast Caller Line Identity - displays callers telephone number Data Encryption Standard Diverting Diverts incoming calls to the phone to another number Desk Top Charger...
  • Page 81: Trouble Shooting

    The AC/DC charger may be faulty. Return to your dealer and try substitution with charging another Mitsubishi Electric adapter. If faulty contact your dealer. Short standby Cell broadcast is permanently on, using more battery power. and talk times Phone is in a poor signal area and therefore always on full power.
  • Page 82: Error Messages

    Error messages PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION Allowed credit reached! You are trying to place an outgoing call and the allowed credit is already reached. The allowed credit limit is reached during an outgoing call (the call is then aborted). Busy You are trying to make a call and the call fails because the destination number is already engaged in conversation.
  • Page 83 New PIN Changing PIN: the new PIN code values differ (value control). incorrect. Try again No response You made a call to a remote user and no response has been received. Not allowed Your number/character entry is not allowed. Not allowed fixed dialling) A call is tried, but cancelled due to fixed dialling control (the number dialled does not match with one of the fixed dialling numbers in memory).
  • Page 84: Guarantee

    Mitsubishi Electric representatives listed above to obtain details of your nearest authorised Mitsubishi Electric service centre. As a condition of this guarantee, the date of the purchase must be confirmed by producing the original invoice from the dealer. Final determination of guarantee claim eligibility shall be made by MMCE.
  • Page 85: Index

    Picture size ......50 GPRS ........9 VGA ........48 Graphic display icons ....9 Zoom ........50 GSM Services INDEX Care and maintenance ....6 Call diverting ......74 Network .........76 Holding your phone ....12 AC/DC adapter charger ..... 6 Certificate ........ 79 Adjusting your picture ....
  • Page 86 SAR ..........4 Tools Saving MMS content ....29 Alarm clock ......18 Network ........76 Security ......76 Calculator ......17 Network serv......52 Codes ........7 Diary ........14 Features ........ 76 Turning the phone off ....12 Sending my id ......74 Online connection Setting an image Bookmarks ......
  • Page 87 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Product : GSM dual band 900/1800 handheld Mobile Station Model Type : VGM07A MELCO Mobile Communications Europe 5, rue de la Chataîgneraie CS 37618 35576 Cesson Sévigné FRANCE declare under our sole responsibility that the product aforementioned is conform to the following applicable essential requirements of the directive 1999/5/EC: Article 3.1 a) (health protection and user safety) 73/23/CEE, 1999/519/EC, Cenelec EN 50360, EN 60950...