How to Put New Numbers in an LG Cellular Phone

by Cooper Temple
You can put new numbers in an LG cellular phone.

You can put new numbers in an LG cellular phone.

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The LG Corporation is a South Korea--based company that manufactures a variety of cellular phones for distribution in the United States and other countries. Regardless of your wireless service carrier, such as AT&T and Verizon, chances are that one or more LG phones are supported. As with all cellular phones, you can store the names and numbers of your contacts, which may be added and edited at your discretion. Although not all LG phones have touch screens, the process for adding a new contact's name is the same.

Add a New Contact

Step 1

Touch the "Main Menu" soft key on your LG phone, or use the directional keys on your phone to select the "Main Menu" option.

Step 2

Touch or select the "Contacts" option to access a menu that allows you to add a new contact. Select the "New Contact" option using the soft key or directional keys. This action opens a blank contact template.

Step 3

Touch or select one of the blank number fields, such as Mobile 1 or Work. Use the keypad to enter the appropriate number into the field. Add the contact name in the same manner. Touch or select "Save" to complete the addition of the new contact.

Add a New Number to an Existing Contact

Step 1

Touch the "Main Menu" soft key, or use the directional keys on your phone to select the "Main Menu" option.

Step 2

Touch or select the "Contacts" option. Scroll through your contact list and select an existing contact to whom you want to add a number. Touch or select the "Edit" option.

Step 3

Touch or select one of the blank number fields, such as Mobile 1 or Work. Use the keypad to enter the appropriate number into the field. Edit the contact name in the same manner if desired. Touch or select "Save" to save the new number under the existing contact.

About the Author

Cooper Temple has over 15 years of experience writing procedural and training material for a Fortune 500 company. His articles specialize in productivity programs and other business-related software.

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