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Is internet connection a must to send and receive MMS using the H

Would anyone please tell me if internet connection is a must to send and receive MMS using the HTC phones?

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Correct, Multimedia Message Service (MMS) can only be processed via a "message/server" center - thus meaning your Service Provider. The same for SMS and the Web. Download these settings automatically from your Service Provider....

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