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GETTING ST ARTED PLACING AND RECEIVING CALLS INSTALLING THE SIM CARD The SIM card (Subscriber Identity Module) is fragile and is required for use of the phone ■ Placing Calls in international GSM mode. Please use the following suggestions regarding SIM card 1.) With the phone on and in standby mode, enter the phone number that you wish to handling and use. call using the keypad. ■ Keep SIM cards out of reach of children. 2.) Press SEND to place the call. ■ SIM cards are easily damaged. Use ca
USING VOICEMAIL ■ GSM Mode SETTING UP VOICE MAIL Note: It may be necessary to re-enter your phone number while accessing voice mail 1 0 1.) In standby mode, press and hold or or press and hold to display the (and for callers that are leaving a message). 1 + symbol, and then press followed by your mobile number to dial voice # ■ mail. After connecting, a recorded message prompts you to press if you United States/Global 1.) In standby mode, press and hold 1 or enter 8TUV 6MNO or dial your have a
USING TXT MESSAGING USING THE PHONE BOOK USING THE PHONE BOOK USING TXT MESSAGING 1.) In standby mode, press the right soft key Contacts. Any contacts in your Phone ■ Sending a new TXT message book appear in the display. 3DEF 1 1.) In standby mode, press the left soft key Menu, then press , . 2.) Press the left soft key Option to display the following Phone Book options. OK 2.) Enter the phone number of the recipient, then press . ■ New Add a new entry to the Phone Book 3.) Enter your message
USING YOUR PHONE INTERNA TIONALL Y COUNTRY CODE LIST GSM Mode - Europe/Former USSR (Cont) GSM Mode - Asia/Middle East (Cont) Following is a list of countries (aside from the United States) that are compatible with Country Country Code Country Country Code this phone's modes of operation. Consult this table to determine the correct operational Croatia 385 Indonesia 62 mode (GSM or CDMA) and country codes. This list is subject to change. Cyprus 357 Jordan 962 Czech Republic 420 Macau 853 Service
USING YOUR PHONE INTERNA TIONALL Y GSM Mode - Europe/Former USSR (Cont) GSM Mode - Africa (Cont) GSM Mode - Europe/Former USSR (Cont) GSM Mode - Americas (Cont) Country Country Code Country Country Code Country Country Code Country Country Code Macedonia 389 La Reunion 262 Yugoslavia/ French Guiana 594 Malta 356 Madagascar 261 Serbia 381 St. Barth 590 Monaco 377 Malawi 265 St. Martin (French/ Montenegro 381 Mauritius 230 GSM Mode - Australasia Dutch Antilles) 590 Netherlands 31 Morocco 212 Coun
USING YOUR PHONE INTERNA TIONALL Y CALLING LOCALLY WHEN TRAVELING INTERNATIONALLY CALLING ANOTHER COUNTRY FROM THE UNITED STATES 1.) Enter the three-digit exit code (011) necessary for calling a number outside the ■ Calling locally in GSM mode United States. 1.) Dial the Area Code or National Direct Dial number (NDD) if applicable. 2.) Enter the country code for the country that you are calling. Refer to the country 2.) Dial the number for the party you are calling. code list earlier in this g
USING YOUR MOBILE WEB PHONE INTERNA TIONALL Y PAUSE AND WAIT CODES MOBILE WEB BY VZW WITH MSN You can insert special characters into phone numbers that instruct the system to pause Note: Only available in the Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area. Additional or wait (for a response from you) before dialing the numbers that follow. You can insert charges apply. these codes manually, whenever you enter a number or you can save them along with the ■ Mobile Web by VZW with MSN number to your Phon
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