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Text Trouble Every time I try to text on my cell phone, it says "Enter centre". I have taken this to stores and have called Customer Service, but have gotten no help whatsoever. Can somebody help?

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Tell the network you are on, so i can find out the sms cntre number for you

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Problems sending or receiving SMS may be caused by no or incorrect SMS settings. To set up your phone to use SMS, you need a message centre number, which is provided by your network operator. This is often set up automatically when inserting a new SIM card to a phone. Whiteout the message centre number, you are not able to send or receive SMS.

To edit the service centre number:

  1. Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity >Message settings.
  2. Select Text message.
  3. Highlight Service centre and select Edit.
  4. Highlight a service centre number and selectOptions > Edit > Continue.
  5. Enter the service centre number and selectSave > Yes.
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To add a service centre number provided by your network operator:

  1. Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity >Message settings.
  2. Select Text message.
  3. Highlight Service centre and select Edit.
  4. Select Add to add a new service centre number.
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Hello Sir\Madam,
I think sending message out has nothing to do with the phone but rather the service provider that you are using. The problem may be as a result of wrong message settings. Since the phone in question is Nokia, simply go to the menu on your phone, then select messages, scroll to message settings, then go to text message settings, check whether the Message Center No is correct (you can call the customer care of ur service provider to request for the correct message center no.) Save the correct number and exit from the message settings after configuring the necessary things. You can then send out your text message to see whether it will send. I hope you find this information easy. Try that first, but if you cant get the whole process you can take it down to the customer care of your service provider for help.
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Phoned Vodafone, and they talked me though the phone setup, ie:-
Menu,

Messaging,

Messaging settings,

SMS,

Sending options,

Scroll Down To the Service centre and add the Service center Number ( +447785016005 ) on my phone the 5 was missing.

They also set up the WAP for me.

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HAVING TROUBLE SENDING TEXT MESSAGES WITH SAMSUNG BLACKJACK II


Pick up your phone.

Select "settings" under Messaging, Text or whatever applies to your phone.

Look for Service Centre and check if there is a number there.

Call your Telecom provider to ask for the correct number which should be in there.

They will provide the right numbers to insert. Just type it in the "Service Centre" slot
And selct the number to activate.

After that try again to send the Text Message it will go.

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THe message center number if located mostly in messages->settings->center number.
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