NEC DT930 Colour Touch Display IP Phone

NEC DT930 Colour Touch Display IP Phone
HandsetCordCall IndicatorTouch LCDBackHomeMulti KeyDial PadRecallFeatureAnswerMicrophoneMenuCursorEnterHoldTransferSpeaker KeySpeaker


A high quality audio device, allowing you to have the highest quality calls available, with the weight and quality that you would expect from NEC.


The curly cord, one of the most important inventions of the civilised world. It allows you to move several meters from your phone and still talk with the quality you would expect from Australia’s leading phone provider.

Cut the cord

Don’t like the curly cord, have you considered using a headset?

Call Indicator

The lamp at the top of your DT Series handset flashes when the phone is ringing.

This indicator also light if you are using a voicemail service or when a message has been left.

Touch LCD

Touch LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) is your window into the operation of the DT930 handset. It allows you to navigate through the interactive menu in a modern and stylish fashion providing all the necessary features you've come to expect of a reliable NEC device!

Some features include but not limited to:

  • Phone status
  • Caller's details (with a profile image!)
  • Time and date
  • Application access
  • Contact list
Backlit Display

The bright backlit LCD makes it easy to view and enter data in any light setting.


This button allows you to go back from the current window.


This button allows you to go back to the home window, allowing you to navigate to contacts, history, shortcuts and many more sub menus.

Multi Key

Used to display and navigate the application switch screen.

Dial Pad

Essential for dialling phone numbers or interacting with automatic phone systems (IVR) that require you to push buttons while on the phone, like your voicemail or phone banking.

Special Keys
  • 0 - Press this key first before dialling any outside numbers.
  • 9 - Used to call the operator.
  • # and * - Useful for accessing 'Access Codes' or executing actions from your phone.
Dial Modes

Choose the dialling style that best suits you.

  • Normal - Lift the handset, then start dialling to make a call.
  • Direct - Start dialling, the call will be made automatically and activate the speaker. When the call is connected, you can either lift the handset to talk in private or continue talking hands free. When talking hands free, make sure the microphone is on.
  • Preset - Start dialling, when you're ready, lift the handset or press the Speaker key to make the call.

Alternate between modes by pressing Feature key + 8.


Hang up the current call and get dial tone.

Instead of having to wait for the caller to hang up, or to return the handset to the cradle, you can simply press the Recall key. This will hang up on the current call and give you a dial tone so you can make the next call immediately.


The Feature key allows you to set various features and functions on your phone.

  • Feature + 1 - Turns microphone on or off. The Mic key lights when microphone is on.
  • Feature + 7 - Turns call indicator lamp on or off for incoming call notification. If turned off, this lamp will still light to indicate message waiting.
  • Feature + 8 - Toggle between Normal, Direct or Preset Dial Modes.
Speed Dials

The Feature key can also be used to assign speed dials (if they are configured on your phone).

  • Press the Feature key (without picking up the handset), then the speed dial key (programmable key) that you want to assign.
  • Type the number you want to set - if it is an external number, remember to put 0 in front of it.
  • Press the Feature key again when you are done - the screen will display 'SPD SET' to indicate that the speed dial has been saved.


Allows you to answer a secondary call.

This option is given to you when you are on a call and you have a secondary call waiting for you. Your Answer key will flash to indicate a call is waiting. When this occurs, press the Answer key to toggle between the available calls.


If lit, your microphone is active when using hands free. If not lit, your microphone is muted when using hands free.

When holding a hands free conversation, ensure the Mic key is lit before you talk, or use it to ensure people do not hear your conversations and background noise.


Touch-sensitive surface that allows you to go to the local menu of your phone providing access to various features.

Call History

View missed incoming and outgoing calls from your phone.

Application Server

Access alternative applications and resources hosted by a network-accessible server.

Telephone Settings

Modify telephone-specific settings such as your password, ring tones, screen saver, display and much more.

System Settings

This feature is intended for administration purposes comprising of system configuration settings.


The Cursor key has multiple functions based on the current state of your phone.


When displaying a menu, the Cursor key can be used to navigate through menu items.


Pressing the Up/Down keys allows you to adjust the following settings:

  • LCD contrast - when you are not on a call.
  • Ring volume - when your phone is ringing.
  • Speaker volume - when the speaker is on.
  • Handset volume - when the handset is off-hook.
Right key (Directory)

Press this key to open the Directory menu. (Note: For classic mode only)

Left key (Redial)

Press this key to activate the Redial feature. Press Redial and scroll back through the numbers that have been dialled. When the desired number is displayed, press the * or # to activate dialling. (Note: For classic mode only).


The Enter key is primarily used to confirm your selections/changes within the current screen.

Shortcut Menu

Whilst the default screen is being displayed, press the Enter key to access the Shortcut Menu. (Note: For classic mode only)

Within this feature you can quickly access your missed calls or voicemail. If your voicemail number is not set in the Shortcut Menu, you can assign it by completing the following;

  • Press the Feature key.
  • Press the Enter key.
  • With the dial pad, enter 8800.
  • Press the Feature key.


The Hold key allows you to place the current caller on hold. While on hold, the caller will hear music played.

The line key associated to your phone number will flash.

Retrieve a call

To retrieve the call:

  • Lift the handset or press the Speaker key.
  • Press the held line.

After approximately two minutes on hold, the call will automatically ring back on your phone.

The caller does not hear this ringing.

  • To retrieve the call, press the held line key.
  • To continue holding the call without hearing automatic ringing, press the key for the held line then press Hold key again.


The Transfer key allows you to transfer your current caller to another phone, be that another person within your company, your mobile phone or any number you can dial from your desk phone.

While on a call:

  • Press the Transfer key - You will hear broken dial tone indicating that the caller is placed on hold.
  • Dial the number you want to transfer to.

If you stay on the line you can talk to the third party, or you can optionally hang up the phone to transfer the call unannounced.

Swap callers

At this point, you can press the Transfer key to alternate between the new person and the person you originally had on hold.


You can press the CONF soft key at any point to enter a three-way conference.

Speaker Key

NEC’s high fidelity speaker enables you to hold crystal clear hands free conversations all from the comfort of your desk.


NEC’s high fidelity speaker enables you to hold crystal clear hands free conversations all from the comfort of your desk.