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with an MMS-enabled phone you can: Take digital photographs and store photographs on the Internet Send and receive full colour pictures Send and receive voice clips Add a text message to your picture Purchase pictures and sounds from the Internet Have enhanced polyphonic ringtones MMS runs over GPRS. You normally need to subscribe to a GPRS tariff, and have 'Media Messaging' enabled by your network operator. You will need a phone handset that supports the MMS service - If you receive an MMS message and don't have a suitable handset or GPRS service, you'll receive a standard SMS text message, and will be able to view the message at the web address included with the text message.
please be careful. if you want to transact business via the internet and the terms are like that, dont just trust them that if they already received the item they will send you the money. don't ever believe people like that unless you'd be meeting in one place wherein you will give the object and the other person will hand over the money to you.
As i see to what you have told us here, this is clearly a scam.
Please be careful. Dont ever trust easily just like that. Follow your instincts.
It's one of two things. 1: the programing in your phone might be messed up, so you may have to take it into your provider store. Odds are though there won't be anyone smart enough to do anything about it (even though they do have the capabilities), so you might have to send it to the manufacturer. 2: Most likely your provider has blocked your internet service. Most smart phones can't send or receive MMS's if the subscriber decides to cancel there internet services. I think it's just a way to get you to pay for something you don't want. Non smart phones (that don't even have internet capabilities) are able to send and receive MMS's without having to pay for internet service at all, unfortunately most phones now are smart phone based even if they're not called as such. You don't have to get a plan for internet service, but you will end up paying for each kb you use to send and receive each MMS. If you do send and receive a lot of them you might actually be better of getting an internet plan. Ether way it sucks that we have to pay twice. I mean if we pay to send why does the other person have to pay to receive? Isn't it already payed for? Even when it's physical we don't pay to receive a package as well.
go to this website, you can go to forgot your password and get a new password.if this doesnt work, you probley dont have internet on your phone, i called bell and the guy told me my problem was that i didnt have internet.. so idk... i didnt get interent.. and its still not working.. i hope this helps some of you.
everytime i try to send a picture to anybody it says ave no mms settings and then i searched online it told me how to fix it and i did but its still not sending it says sending an it never does send or i recive a pic or a ringtone it doesnt load i need help please
what kind of sim card are you using in it now? in order to receive send pictures (other than bluetooth) you need a sim card. and if you have an att sim card in it and it is not letting you send receive picture mail, your internet is off. (we call this WAP in the industry). The easy fix:
Call ATT if you are using it on the ATT network and tell them to have the internet pay per use turned on. Then you will be able to receive MMS messages.
to connect to the internet & to send & receive pic messages you must activate the GPRS first from your network provider ...The best thing you can do is to contact the customer care of your network provider and ask for the GPRS settings ... they will tell you the procedure to activate it .... they will tell the number to which the message to be sent to recieve the settings .... so note that down and then follow the procedures told by them ... to send and receive the MMS you must activate the GPRS first make sure of the charges with them there will be many plans & then get activated ... after this you will able to send and receive the pic messages ...