Question about Cell Phones
On your phone go to
Settings, Messages, and under SMS/MMS, MMS should be set to on.
That said not sure about iphone 3 but giffgaff forums are very helpful Welcome to the giffgaff community
Posted on May 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i cant send nor receive pictures
Hi Kim, Contact your provider and ask them to send you there WAP and MMS settings, usually when you recieve theese you switch off your phone, power it back up and YOU need to send a picture to activate the MMS settings with your provider. Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
I have had a similar problem when I first got my unlocked phone. I have T-mobile as well, and once they find out you have a phone device not purchased by them, they are not very helpful - they will give you their default mms settings(same ones listed on their site). I tried those settings and they did not work on the particular unlocked phone I had. I did some extensive web searching and came across a few settings that worked with my phone. I will list them here. Hope they work for you!
*MMS Settings: Home URL - http://188.8.131.52/servlets/mms
*Protocol Type - WAP
*WAP IP Address - 184.108.40.206
*GPRS Access Point - wap.voicestream.com
*GPRS Username - Leave Blank
*GPRS Password - Leave Blank
*Authentication Type - normal
*T Zones - http://wap.myvoicestream.com
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
Usually, mms has settings like gprs. Therefore these settings needs to be set on your phone by your Internet service provider, on request.
In my country, mms and gprs phone setting are usually sent automatically by internet service providers immediately you insert your sim card into a phone that has mms & gprs. And these internet service providers are also the network providers.
For instance, if your network provider is Zain, MMS & GPRS settings must be from Zain because that's the network you are using. These settings are as follows: IP Adress (eg. 172.018.254.005), homepage (e.g wap.uk.zain.com), port (1902) and so on....
So check if the above are intact on your phone as this is the only thing that can make your mms work.
Go to message, under message, look out for mms settings and you will see what I am talking about.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Centennial Wireless Internet And MMS Settings For The Iphone!!!!!!!
ALL SETTINGS WORK AND BEEN TESTED ENJOY...........
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APN = private.centennialwireless.com
USER = privuser
PASSWORD = priv
APN = mmspublicwap.centennialwireless.com
USERNAME = "LEAVE BLANK"
PASSWORD = "LEAVE BLANK"
MMSC = http://mms.myblue.com/servlets/mms
MMS PROXY = 063.099.231.135:8080
MMS MAX MESSAGE SIZE = "LEAVE BLANK"
MMS UA PROF URL = "LEAVE BLANK"
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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