Creating Your Own Phone Book
This chapter describes how you can store phone numbers both on your SIM Card and in your
phone’s own memory.
You can store your phone numbers both on
your SIM Card and in your phone’s own mem-
ory. The difference between the two is you can
remove the SIM Card and use all those tele-
phone numbers in other phones, while phone’s
memory always stays the same no matter which
SIM Card is inserted.
You can store up to 50 phone numbers in the
phone memory. The number of phone numbers
you can store on your SIM Card is SIM Card de-
If you intend to use your phone book both at
home and abroad, you should store all phone
numbers as international phone numbers, i.e.
with the international prefix “+” and the country
code before the area code (without any leading
zero) and the number.
To enter the plus prefix, press and hold the
zero until you see the plus in the display.
The phone numbers that you store in positions
on the SIM Card can be called by entering the
position number and then pressing
should, therefore, save positions
on SIM Card
1. Enter the phone number you
wish to store.
2. Press the left arrow key until Store is shown
3. Enter the first letter of the name by pressing
the appropriate numeric key as many times as
required (see Table 2 for all characters).
Enter the next letter when the cursor has
moved to the next letter position. The number
of letters the name can have is SIM Card de-
when you are done with the name.
4. If you want to store the phone number in the
storage position suggested in the display, go
directly to step 5.
If you want to store the number in a different
to erase the position num-
ber displayed and enter another number.
to confirm the position number.
The display shows Stored.
If you have chosen a position number that is al-
ready occupied, Overwrite? is displayed. Press
to overwrite or
to return to the position
number and change it.
Follow the the same procedure as storing a
phone number on the SIM Card up to step 4.
When you are prompted to set storage position
# once to enter the ¤ character
(which indicates storage in phone memory) and
twice to have the phone suggesting the first free
to confirm the storage.
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