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Call modes

PrivateGSM lets you to:

  • make secure calls to phone numbers and contacts using the PrivateGSM +801 prefix (not available on iOS). In this case, you do not need to manually open the main menu of PrivateGSM if the application is in background.
  • make secure calls to phone numbers and contacts without entering the PrivateGSM prefix directly from menu of the application.

Secure prefix number (Android and BlackBerry)

Calls with PrivateGSM are simply identified by the "+801" prefix in front of the number to be dialed including the international prefix without zeros. For example:
"+801 44 333 1234567"

+801

PrivateGSM prefix, including '+'

44

International country code for UK without zeros

333 1234567

Phone number

Note

For quick dialing we recommend you save numbers with the +801 prefix as "secure" contacts in your phone book.

Dial secure call with +801 prefix (not available on iOS)

Dialing a call with secure prefix +801 is not available on iPhone/iPad due to platform constraints.

Making secure calls with PrivateGSM is very easy. Dialing is as simple as prefixing your phone numbers with +801 as with international calls. With secure prefix you can make calls as you do with normal calls on your phone: insert phone number, select a contact from your address book or even from recent calls logs. Phone numbers prefixed with secure prefix +801 are detected by PrivateGSM which automatically starts a secure call.

Dialing a secure call

You can dial a secure call by entering the "+801" prefix before the number to be dialed, including the international country code without zeros, and press the Dial button.

To dial a secure call complete with prefix:

 

figure 1. Android
figure 2. BlackBerry

Dialing a secure call from contacts

You can call a number previously saved in the phone book with the PrivateGSM prefix (see chapter 7.2 "Secure prefix number").

To make a secure call to a contact saved in your address book with the PrivateGSM prefix:

figure 3. Android
figure 4. BlackBerry

Dial secure call from PrivateGSM application

Dialing a secure call

You can make a secure call from the PrivateGSM menu by simply entering the number complete with international country code (i.e.: +44 for UK) and pressing the dial button.

Suggestion

If you intend to frequently make secure calls to the same number, add it to your phone book with the PrivateGSM prefix (see "Secure prefix number" chapter).

To dial a secure call using the PrivateGSM menu:

 

figure 5. BlackBerry
figure 6. iPhone
figure 7. Android

 

Dialing a secure call from contacts

PrivateGSM lets you to choose a contact from your phone address book, so you can make secure calls from PrivateGSM menu by simply selecting a contact.  PrivateGSM sort contacts in the same way as native address book does. On iPhone you can change contacts ordering by opening System Settings > PrivateGSM > Application > Contacts Sort Order

Suggestion

If you intend to frequently make secure calls to the same number, add it to your phone book with the PrivateGSM prefix or add it to the Favorites list

To dial a secure call to a contact using the PrivateGSM menu on BlackBerry:

Step 1Step 2
Select Dial secure callSelect contact and press SEND key

 

To dial a secure call to a contact using the PrivateGSM menu on iPhone:

Step 1Step 2
Select a contactTap on the phone number

 

To dial a secure call to a contact using the PrivateGSM menu on Android:


Step 1Step 2
Select the contact tabSelect a contact

Dialing a secure call from favourites contacts

PrivateGSM has also a "Favourite contacts" list. You can add a contact to this list in order to make a secure call quickly.

The "Favourite" entries are copies of the original contact stored in the Address Book. Thus any change made to the original contact will NOT be reflected on the one in the favourite list!

 

Add a contact to the Favourite list and do a call on Blackberry

Step 1Step 2Step 3
Select a contact and open application menuOpen Favourites Contact from application menuCheck the contact has been added to the Favourites Contact list


Remove a contact from the "Favorite" list

Step 1
Select a contact and then "Remove from favourites" to remove it


Add a contact to the Favourite list and do a call on iPhone

Step 1Step 2Step 3Step 4

From the "Favourites" tab, tap on the "+" sign or just open the "Contacts" tab

Choose one contact and show its details.

Push on the star symbol and check it became blue filled.

Now go back to the "Favourites" tab and check the contact has been added.

Remove a contact from the "Favourite" list


Step 1
Tap on “Edit” button on the navigation bar, hit the red simbol, tap "Delete" button

Add a contact to the Favourite list and do a call on Android

Step 1Step 2Step 3
To add a contact, long tap on nameSelect the Favourites contact listTo start a secure call, select a contact


Remove a contact from the "Favourite" list


Step 1
To delete a contact, long tap on the name

 

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