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Unlocked phones and mms

I want to purchase an unlocked phone, but the retailer says if i want multi media services i have to add it for an additional cost. This service is already supported by my carrier will the phone work without adding themms or is this just a way to get more money for the phone?

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If you are already paying for data services through your carrier, I would buy the phone as is, and if the retail SW is not allowing the data feature you are using, go back and have it added later.

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