Messaging

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Messaging
Messaging
Text messages 
Text messages can contain simple 
pictures, sound effects, animations, 
and melodies.
Before you use messaging
You must have a service centre 
number. The number is supplied by 
your service provider and is usually 
saved on the SIM card. If the number 
to your service centre is not saved 
on your SIM card, you must enter the 
number yourself.
To enter a service centre number
1
From standby select 
Menu
 > 
Messaging
 
Settings
 > 
Text message
 > 
Service 
centre
. The number is shown if it is 
saved on the SIM card.
2
If there is no number shown, select 
Edit
 > 
New ServiceCentre
 and enter the 
number, including the international “+” 
sign and country/region code. 
3
Select 
Save
.
Sending messages
For information about entering letters
see Entering text on page 18.
To write and send a text message
1
From standby select 
Menu
 > 
Messaging
 
Write new
 > 
Text message
.
2
Write the message and select 
Continue
3
Scroll to an option and select 
Send
.
To select more than one text message
1
From standby select 
Menu
 >
 
Messaging
 
and select a folder.
2
Scroll to a message and select 
More
 > 
Mark several
3
Select 
Mark
 to mark the messages.
To add an item to a text message
1
When you write the message, select 
More
 > 
Add item
.
2
Select an option and then an item.
Receiving text messages
You are notified when you receive 
a message. Received messages are 
saved in the inbox.
To view a text message from standby
If the activity menu is set: select 
View
.
If pop-up is set: follow the instructions 
on the screen.
If you send a text message to a group, 
you will be charged for each member. 
See
 Groups on page 28.