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Press the green "Phone" key on
the main screen of your iPhone. This key has a silhouette of a
traditional hand receiver and is located on the bottom part of the
Begin to use your speakerphone
by making a call or accepting a call from other participants. You can
make a call by going to your "Contacts" list or activating the keyboard
and dialing a number. Incoming phone calls can be accepted by pressing
the "Accept" key underneath the callerID.
Activate the "Speaker" function
on your iPhone when you are ready to use your speakerphone. This button
is located above the caller's information and allows you to switch on
and off with one tap of your finger.
Put participants on hold while
you use your iPhone speakerphone. There is a "Hold" key at the bottom of
the calling screen that lets you speak to people without bringing
callers into the conversation.
Access your contactinformation over the Internet
while you use your speakerphone. You can reach the main page of your
iPhone by pressing the "Home" button if you are on hold. The iPhone does
not allow you to play music or use other audio options while on hold
because you are still on the phone.
Adjust the volume level before
you begin a conference using your speakerphone. There are volume buttons
on the side of the iPhone that provide detailed control over speaker
Mute the speakerphone if you
must leave your office or take a break from a conversation. The "Mute"
key is available on the call screen and instantly cuts off your
microphone and the speaker.
Add new contacts to your iPhone
that you have called on your speakerphone. You can go back to your
"Recent Calls" list or the keyboard to find numbers to add to your
The speakerphone remains on until you press the smart/speakerphone key again or turn off the phone. You will see Spkrphone Off. You can also set your phone to turn off the speakerphone automatically after 20 seconds of inactivity: Press the center key > wSettings > Initial Setup> SpeakerPhone > 20 sec timeout Also The handsfree speaker is disabled when you connect your phone to a handsfree car kit or headset accessory.
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Yes your phone has a speakerphone. Below is the instructions and I have included a link where you can d/l the user manual.
You can use the integrated Speakerphone during a call
by pressing the right soft key [Options] then select
Speaker On. The speakerphone indicator [ ] will
display on the display screen. The loudspeaker is
automatically deactivated when you end the call.
Here is the link for the free user manual download:
When you're in a call you just press the speaker button. It will be directly under the screen. I'll give you a link to the manual for this phone. Page 48 has a picture of what the button will look like. If this helps you plz rate this as 'fixa'. If you have more questions leave a comment & I'll be happy to help. Thank you kindly.
It is easy to use the speakerphone. You will only be able to use it when your in a call. Call an 800 number so your not bothering anyone. Once your in a call it should have the option right on the screen or you may have to press menu than speaker. Hope this helps.