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That is a virus issue. You might notice battery life as well, drains very fast. It is not asking you any permission for sending MMS from time to time right? That virus is due to opened BLUETOOTH of your phone, some might have access connecting or transferring file to your phone. Active bluetooth of your phone allowed this virus to freely enter to your phone without acknowledgement, once it enters the phone, it will slowly ruined the mobile phone's protocol. You need to install anti virus for your phone as soon as possible.
Hi , I think you should try this. Suppose you live in India. Country code on india is 91 so you shoud add +91 before the mobile no to which you want to send the message eg +91XXXXXXXXXX . If you are sending message to other state then you should add 0 in front of the cell no eg 0XXXXXXXXXX . I hope this will solve your problem.
You do not need internet access but it depends if your service provider has enable this on your account.The best thing is to call your service provider and request further information..Normally they cost a bit more and it will vary from provider to provider.Hope this helps.
I would try contacting Lg, go on lgmobile.com for help. Lg mobile phones generally have a lot of problems with them and it may need to be sent back to the manufactor or place of purchase.
The other thing that might be causing this problem is your network, if so have the phone "unlocked" try searching for mobile unlocking on the net, and then insert a more well known sim card,
i.e O2, vodafone or orange, O2 being the biggest and in my opinion the best.