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Your phone's batteries are most probably worn out. Replace with new one. Ensure you purchase authentic ones from a genuine store and not the local ones. Otherwise, chances are that the problem may still persist.
Switch-off your phone. 1. Press and hold 3 keys; Green dial key, *
Star key, no. 3 key on keypad and then press the power on/off to
swtich on the phone. Remember, do not let go the 3 press and
keys until you see a formatting word screen show! 2. After a
minutes when the Full phone formatting completed, your phone
back to original system and factory settting.
Are you certain you have a strong GPRS signal? Have you tried turning the phone off for a few moments and then back on, and also make sure you have good signal strength at the time you are trying to send an MMS.
It could be due to network problems as well - the few times I've experienced it, it has lasted for several days and then it has been fine after that.