Emergency calls, Contacts

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Emergency calls
Your phone supports international 
emergency numbers, for example, 112 
and 911. These numbers can normally 
be used to make emergency calls in any 
country/region, with or without the 
SIM card inserted, if a GSM network 
is within range.
To make an emergency call
From standby enter 112 (the 
international emergency number) and 
select 
Call
.
To view your local emergency 
numbers
1
From standby select 
Menu
 > 
Contacts
2
Select 
More
 > 
Options
 > 
Special 
numbers
 > 
Emergency nos.
Contacts
You can save names, phone numbers 
and personal information in 
Contacts
Information can be saved in the phone 
memory or on the SIM card.
Default contact
You can choose which contact 
information – 
Phone contacts
 or 
SIM 
contacts
 – is shown as default.
If 
Phone contacts
 is selected as default, 
your contacts show all the information 
saved in 
Contacts
. If you select 
SIM 
contacts
 as default, your contacts 
show names and numbers saved 
on the SIM card.
To select default contacts
1
From standby select 
Menu
 >
 
Contacts
2
Select 
Options
 > 
Advanced
 > 
Default 
contacts
.
3
Select an option.
Phone contacts
Phone contacts can contain names, 
phone numbers and personal 
information. They are saved 
in the phone memory.
To add a phone contact
1
From standby select 
Menu
 > 
Contacts
.
2
Scroll to 
New contact
 and select 
Add
.
3
Enter the name and select 
OK
.
4
Enter the number and select 
OK
.
5
Select a number option.
6
Scroll between tabs and select the 
fields to add information. 
7
Select 
Save
.
In some countries/regions, other 
emergency numbers may also be 
promoted. Your network operator may 
therefore have saved additional local 
emergency numbers on the SIM card.