How to Program a Uniden Phone
Uniden phones are landline-type portable phones and are useful to have in the home for lengthy phone calls. Calls from a domestic landline-to-landline can often be bundled in a basic monthly subscription you can get with your TV or Internet service. Also, using a landline can sometimes save you money compared with a cell phone. You can program Uniden phones with frequently used names and numbers. The Uniden DECT1080 can store 100 numbers. The phone book names are stored alphabetically.
Press the Down main navigation button and press Menu/OK. The main navigation button is in the center of the keypad and is cylindrical in shape.
Press either the Up or Down main navigation button until "New Entry" appears on the display.
Press the Menu/OK button and "Enter Name" will appear on the display.
Enter the name using the keypad. Enter the names the same way you would enter text in a text message on a mobile phone. For example, to enter the character "H," press the 4 digit twice. Use the labeling on the buttons to guide you.
Press the Menu/OK button after entering the name and "Enter Number" will appear on the display. Enter the phone number using the keypad.
Press the Up or Down navigation button to select "Save" or "Go Back" and then press Menu/OK. The entry is now programmed. Press the goodbye button; it's the button with the phone icon on a cradle.
Press the Down navigation button and the first alphabetical number is displayed. If you keep holding the button, the phone will scroll through your phone book alphabetically.
Press the button with the phone icon on it (not the goodbye button) to dial the number associated with the phone book entry.