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WIGO 800I Installation Manual
Your Best GSM & WiFi Phone Partner
BCM Communication Co., Ltd.
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This is a start up manual for WIGO800I, a GSM-Wireless VoIP
Dual mode Phone of BCM. Before using this unit, some
configurations are required to make the phone work properly. Make
sure that DHCP server is available, and handsets can register itself to
AP correctly. Otherwise, you should setup the IP address of this unit
by yourselves. You can use any of your current GSM SIM card in this
unit. Thank you for choosing WIGO800I for your dual world
Owner’s Record
The MAC address is located inside battery compartment. Record
the MAC address in the space provided below. It may be required
whenever you contact your service provider. Or you can check it
inside the phone system by manual, please refer to the chapter
Model No. : WIGO800I
MAC Address : _______________________
Dealer : ______________________
Limited Warranty
¾ BCM warrants to you that, for a period of one year (the
“Warranty Period”), your equipment will be substantially free of
defects in materials and workmanship under normal use. Your
exclusive remedy and BCM’s entire liability under this warranty
will be for BCM at its option to repair or replace the product or
refund your purchase price less any rebates. This limited
warranty extends only to the original purchaser.
¾ This product (including document, contents, and firmware of this
device) is provided “AS IS”. Except as required by applicable
law, no warranty of any kind, express or implied conditions,
representations and warranties, including but not limited to all
implied warranties and conditions of merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose and non-infringement. BCM reserves
the right to make changes, improvements, revises or withdraw
to any of the product at anytime without prior notice.
¾ If the product proves defective during the Warranty Period call
BCM technical support in order to obtain a return authorization
number, if applicable. If you are requested to return the product,
mark the return authorization number clearly. You are
responsible for shipping defective products to BCM.
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¾ This warranty does not apply if the product (a) has been
altered, except by BCM, (b) has not been installed, operated,
repaired, or maintained in accordance with instructions
supplied by BCM, or (c) has been subjected to abnormal
physical or electrical stress, misuse, negligence, or accident. In
addition, due to the continual development of new techniques
for intruding upon and attacking networks, BCM does not
warrant that the product will be free vulnerability to intrusion or
¾ To the extent not prohibited by law, BCM is liable for any loss or
damaged data, any revenue or profit, or for special, incidental,
consequential, indirect or punitive damages, regardless of the
theory of liability ( including negligence), arising out of or
related to the use of or inability to use the product ( including
any software) howsoever caused. The foregoing limitations will
apply even if any warranty or remedy provided under this
agreement fails of its essential purpose. Some jurisdictions do
not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion
may not apply to you.
On Copyrights
Copyright © 2007 BCM. All rights reserved.
¾ Other products and brands mentioned herein maybe
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owner.
¾ Unauthorized changes or modifications to this device may void
your authority to operate the equipment.
¾ This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of
Microsoft Corporation. Use or distribution of such technology
outside of this product is prohibited without a license from
Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary.
¾ This product includes Skype Version V1.1.0.20. This product
uses the Skype API but is not endorsed or certified by Skype.
¾ IP TV, IP Radio, films, pictures and other materials may be
copyrighted. Unauthorized recording of such materials may
violate copyright laws.
¾ Use, transfer, or distribution of part or all of this product in any
form without the prior written permission of BCM is prohibited.
¾ Certain features, such as Skype, MSN, IP TV, IP Radio are
branded services provided by third parties. BCM does not
guarantee such services or warrant their continued availability.
Note for Use
¾ The availability of particular products may vary by region. Screen
shots in this manual may be different from the actual displays in
the supplied software.
¾ Emergency call is available to use while there is not a SIM Card
¾ GSM radio and WLAN radio are not operating simultaneously.
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¾ The LCD of your device is designed with precision
technology. However, in some cases, individual pixels may
remain lit or may not light at all. Also, the brightness of the
display may appear inconsistent, depending on the angle
of view. Such anomalies are caused by the nature of the
LCD and do not indicate a malfunction. Please note that
BCM does not guarantee a replacement or refund for such
cases. Do not expose the LCD to direct sunlight for
prolonged periods of time. It may result in a malfunction.
Do not store your device in areas subject to sunlight, such
as near windows, and be careful when using outdoors.
¾ Please take few minutes to run-through this manual,
especially pay attention on [Note], they can be very
useful and important notice for you to use this phone.
Do not skip these notice.
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to
operate this equipment.
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific
operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction
with any other antenna or transmitter.
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Specification & Key Features
GSM & Wi-Fi Dual Standby
GSM Quadri-Band 850/900/1800/1900 Supported
802.11b/g WLAN Support
Frequency FCC -- Channel 1~11 Supported
CE -- Channel 1~13 Supported
JP -- Channel 1~14 Supported
SMS Supported
MPEG-4, WMV, MP3 Support
Skype / MSN Installed
This product uses the Skype API but is not endorsed or certified by Skype.
Hot Spot Auto-Login
Battery Power
GSM + WLAN Dual Standby Time up to 50 Hours
Talking Time up to 3 Hours
Actual talk time vary according to different operating environments. Battery talk
and standby times are estimates only and depend on network configuration, signal
strength, features used, battery age and condition, charging practices, temperatures
to which battery is exposed, and many other factors. Please note that the amount of
time a phone is used for calls, Skype, or MSN will affect its standby time. Likewise,
the amount of time that the phone is turned on and in standby mode will affect its talk
2.2" 240 x 320 pixels with 65k color TFT-LCD
Dimension : 121 x 46.5 x 19.5mm
Battery: LI-ION 1500mAh
Memory 32MB Flash / 128MB SDRAM
Please note that actual free memory may vary due to phone pre-configuration.
T Flash supported
Stereo Earphone Jack
miniUSB Charging Mechanism
Multiple Languages -- English Spanish
Support G.711, G.729 Codec
Support RFC3261 SIP V2 / RFC2327 SDP
3-way Conference Call
Support VOD (Video On Demand)
Web Camera Streaming
IE Browser Installed
Phone Book & Speed Dial
Software Auto-Upgrade through Internet / Auto-Provisioning
Please note that local variations may apply.
Support 64/128-bit WEP Key
Support WPA-PSK Encryption
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Make Calls
You can make calls by selecting from Phonebook or dial the number
directly. There are 2 phone call service types for you to make a voice call –
1 To start a voice call directly, enter the phone number in the standby
mode, including the area code if you want to make GSM calls.
The phone calls service type will show at the left top of the window, you
can press the center key to switch between GSM and SIP calls.
For international calls, Press the asterisk key twice for the “+ "
character before a country code.
To make a call from Phonebook, press right soft key to the contact
list, or you can also enter the first letter of the name to the search field, a
matching contacts will be listed.
Scroll to the desired name and press , there will be options of call
type for you to select, choose one--SIP or GSM—and press make call key
2 Press to call the number.
3 Press to end the call, or deny an incoming call.
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SIP Settings
Make sure you already have a SIP account pre-set in the unit by your
service provider. If you do not have a SIP number, please contact your
service provider.
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î SIP Settings
If you want to show your name to people you call, Press left soft key to
edit your “Display Name”, use center key to save and then return.
[ Note ]
1 You can use SIP type just same as ordinary GSM call, however you must
have an active internet connection since the SIP call dialing till end of the
2 For both way to make calls, You can select Option during a call
connected, there are several line options available. You can make any line
action anytime by selecting from the line options list.
3 To change the volume during a call, You can use the navigation pad to
adjust Volume.
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Before You start
Make sure your network has an active internet connection.
[Hint] Menu Î Skype Î Settings
If you have not yet registered Skype ever, Go to Skype website and get a
Skype Name!
1 Press Select to start your Skype account settings.
2 Select “Edit” to enter your Skype account information—Name, Password,
and Skypeout Country Code (for Skype out dialing), then press center key
to save and then return to previous page.
Scroll to Skype, press select to log in.
[Hint] Menu Î MSN Î Settings
If you have not yet registered MSN ever, Go to MSN website and sign
up for service!
1 Press Select to start your MSN account settings.
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2 Edit your MSN registered Mail-address and password in Settings, press
center key to save and then return.
3 Scroll to "MSN", select it to sign you in.
You need ONLY 1 Time to set your Skype and MSN account
information. After the first log-in, Skype and MSN will automatically log
in while you select to log in by the account information saved in your
If you want to log in by another account, please follow the steps above.
When the connection is not stable, or incorrect account information
input, a log-in error may occur,the system will pop-out a notify message
and fix it automatically. Please try the steps again and make sure you enter
every words correct.
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Web Camera
[Hint] Menu Î Web Cam Î Option Î Edit/Add/Delete
To watch web camera streaming, you need to set up the URL information
of a web camera in the profile first.
1 To create a new web camera streaming URL, select Add in Option menu.
A settings list will be displayed, enter the required User Name and
Password (if necessary). Press center to save and then return.
2 Navigate on your web camera profile list, use center key to activate your
selection, it will connect to the web camera you select automatically.
3 If you want to modify the settings of an existed web cam in your profile,
select Edit in Option menu, and follow the steps above.
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Phone Book
You can manage your phonebook in Option menu. Press left soft key to
activate it.
[Hilt] Menu Î Phone Book Î Edit
1 To edit an existed contact information of your phonebook list, scroll to
Edit and activate the Edit Person menu. Fill in the any item you want to
modify -- Name, 2 single Home Number, 2 single Office Number, 2
single Mobile Number, and E-Mail address. You can also edit the personal
settings of Speed-Dial Number, and Ring Tone for each contact person in
your phonebook. These contact information will only be saved in this
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Book Î Add
2 To add a new contact, scroll to Add and select to activate the Add
Person menu. Fill in the any item you want to modify -- Name, 2 single
Home Number, 2 single Office Number, 2 single Mobile Number, and
E-Mail address. You can also edit the personal settings of Speed-Dial
Number, and Ring Tone for each contact person in your phonebook.
These contact information will only be saved in this device.
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[Hint] Menu Î Phone Book Î Add On SIM
3 To add a new contact in your SIM card, scroll to Add On SIM and select
to activate the menu. There are only 2 items for you to edit – Name and
Number. Press Edit to enter the contact information, and use center key to
save the name and number of your contact for SIM card only!
[Tip] In edit mode, use asterisk key “*" to switch between capital letters
(A,B,C), lowercase letters (a,b,c), and numbers(1,2,3)
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Book Î Delete
4 To delete an existed contact person, scroll to Delete, press Select or
center key, and it will be deleted directly.
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Wireless Configuration
Set WiFi – Wi-Fi Scanning
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Wireless Î Set WiFi
1 Power on your phone, it will auto-scan wireless networks (WLANs) by
your Profiles (if you have any saved in your phone.)
2 To set WLANs by manual, press left soft key to activate Select, or press
center key at stand-by screen. The unit will start to find available WLANs
3 A list will display, press center key to select the network name (SSID)
of the listed WLANs you want to join in, and your handset will connect
to the network automatically.
4 Select Exit when WLAN connection successfully, or press left soft key
to Rescan for connecting again.
[Note] The Key Index will pop out if a WEP Key / WPA Key is required.
Enter the WEP Key / WPA Key and then press center key, the
connection will continue.
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[Tip] You can use asterisk key(“*") to switch between capital letters
(A,B,C), lowercase letters (a,b,c), and numbers(1,2,3) for WEP/WPA
key insert.
Profile – Set Your Wi-Fi Profile
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Wireless Î Profiles
1 Select Add in Option to set WLAN you want as a location profile, edit
the WLAN information in the displayed settings list.
[Tip] In Option you can manage the profile in order, Edit the settings, or
select to Connect.
You can save the current connected WLAN as a location profile in Option.
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Hotspot – Auto HotSpot Log-in
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Wireless Î Hotspot
When you stay in a Hotspot coverage, the unit will pop out IE browser to
notify and log in automatically if you have set up your account in your
1 If you already have a Hotspot account, scroll to the Hotspot in Settings
menu and press Select to enter.
2 A list of settings will be displayed. Press Edit to set your User Name and
Password, and use center key to save and then return.
There are 4 Hotspot services are supported currently -- Hinet, Tmoble,
Telefonica and Boingo. Please note that local variations may apply and
increase continually.
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Phone Settings
Ring Option
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Ring Option Î Ring Types / Ring Tones
/ Ring Volume
In Ring Option menu, you can set your personal like for Ring Types, Ring
Tones, or Ring Volume.
1 In Ring Types, there are 5 choices for you -- Ring, Ring once, Silent,
Vibrate, or Ring&Vibrate. Scroll to the type you desire, press Select, it
will be saved and return to previous page.
2 In Ring Tones, there are 3 default choices for you, scroll to the desired
ring tone and press Select to save.
3 In Ring Volume, you can set the volume with 5 levels choices. Scroll to
the desired volume and press Select to save.
[Tip] You can use navigation pad to adjust the volume while IT TV, IP
Radio performing, or during an online phone call.
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Keypad Tone
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Keypad Tone
You can turn on or turn off the keypad tone in this layer – Off, Soft, or
Loud. Press Select to save.
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Wallpaper
There are 7 default pictures inside the Wallpaper menu, scroll to your
favorite picture and press center key to save it as wallpaper!
[Tip] Use left soft key to preview the picture or you can use WEB
configuration to download your own file.
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Date & Time
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Date & Time
Within this settings menu, you can set the Time Format, Clock Type, Time
Zones, NTP, and Daylight Time(if you enable NTP), or Date and Clock if you
disable NTP.
If you enable NTP – press Edit or center key and switch to Yes – the date
and time will automatically update and last walking. Or you can disable
NTP -- press Edit or center key and switch to No – and Edit the time
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Language
There are 2 languages preset in this device for you – English,
Español(Spanish) currently. Choose one as your own default language!
Please note that actual languages support may vary from different
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Phone Password
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Phone Password
1 Press Edit to Enable or Disable Phone Password.
2 To set a phone password, please select Edit and then use center key to
save it and then return.
Once you Enable Phone Password, the unit will ask you to enter the
password at the phone every start-up. Default password is number "0000". If
you forget your password, please contact your service provider.
Auto Keylock
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Auto KeyLock Settings
1 Select Edit to Enable or Disableauto Keypad lock. When you have not
acted for 1 minute the keypad will lock automatically if you enable this
2 To Unlock keypad, press Unlock and then press "" key.
[Tip] Press "#" key for few seconds at stand-by screen, it is the direct key
for keypad lock!
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Voice Mail
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î VoiceMail
To set your voice mail, press Edit to enter the voice mail number, then use
center key to save and return.
[Tip] To speed dial for voice mail, press the numeric key ”1” and hold it for
few seconds at standby screen. Please note that it workd ony when you
already set a voice mail box number in your device.
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Information
To check the information of your phone, you can enter Information
menu. In this menu, it displays your phone number, IP Address (only shown
when you connect on a network), SSID (the current connected Wireless
AP), MAC Address and Firmware Version.
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Factory Default
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Factory Default
Select Factory Default to reset your phone settings to factory default
values. Your phone will reboot automatically when the progress completed.
Before you proceed Factory default, make sure you already backup your
personal files which are already set in your phone. Or they will be deleted
after factory default complete.
Call Settings
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Call Settings
To set the periority of make-call types – GSM first, or SIP first – prss
Edit to select. It will be your first make-call type when you dial, or you can
press center key to switch while dialing.
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BandSettings – For GSM frequency settings
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î BandSettings
There are quadri-band supported in this phone 850/900/1800/1900, and
you have 6 options – Monoband 850, Monoband 900, Monoband 1800,
Monoband 1900, Dualband 850/1900, and Dualband 900/1800 – for GSM
frequency selection.
Press Select to choose one to meet the required frequency of where you
Do not forget to change the band settings during your roaming period if the
required GSM frequency is different from your original location. Or it may
cause the GSM service invalid during this period of time.
Security Settings – For SIM Card PIN Code Settings
[Hint] Menu Î Phone Settings Î Security Settings
1 Press Select to enter the PIN1 Code Request of your SIM Card from
GSM service provider, and press center key to confirm your input.
Please be aware if you enter an incorrect PIN1 code for 3 times, it may
cause your SIM Card locked and invalid to use, please contact your GSM
service provider to solve.
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2 To change PIN1 code, scroll to Change PIN Code and select to activate,
enter the orginal PIN1 Code to access, and enter the new PIN1 Code you
desire to set.
Please be aware if you enter an incorrect PIN1 code for 3 times, it may
cause your SIM Card locked and invalid to use, please contact your GSM
service provider to solve.
For additional information or trouble shooting help about this
product, Please visit BCM Website:
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name :
Model No. :
Responsible Party :
BCM Communication Co., Ltd.
Address :
5F-1,No. 2,Jian 8th Rd., Jhonghe City, Taipei County
Telephone No. :
E-mail support:
Authored By BCM Communication Co., Ltd. D.0205200704.02

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