Programming Your Mobile or Cell Phone

Always program your home phone number into your mobile phone. Name it "Home" or "If found, call." This way if you lose your cell phone, the person who finds it has a way to contact you.

By Kathy

June 7, 20060 found this helpful

I think my husband and I are the last people on the face of the earth to get Cell phones.. and will never figure out how to program them.

I swear theres so many bells and whistles, by the time I find what I am looking for I forget how I got there. The back button is nice... but there needs to be a forward button too. I never drempt we would have cells.. my hubby out of the blue said "lets get a Cell phone" so off we went to the nearest Radio Shack. The book to it is like reading an encyclopedia. All this to ask... if I call to see how many minutes I have left do I get charged or is it also free after 7 PM? When I listen to voice messages is it charged to my account too? I appreciate any help. We have played with these things since last Saturday and im still finding new things.

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January 17, 20090 found this helpful

Always read the manual.

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July 21, 20090 found this helpful

Put in an ICE number-in case of emergency-a friend or family members number to call if you lose your phone or become incapacitated-you can put in several-ICE 1, ICE 2 etc

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