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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with an MMS-enabled phone you can: Take digital photographs and store photographs on the Internet Send and receive full colour pictures Send and receive voice clips Add a text message to your picture Purchase pictures and sounds from the Internet Have enhanced polyphonic ringtones MMS runs over GPRS. You normally need to subscribe to a GPRS tariff, and have 'Media Messaging' enabled by your network operator. You will need a phone handset that supports the MMS service - If you receive an MMS message and don't have a suitable handset or GPRS service, you'll receive a standard SMS text message, and will be able to view the message at the web address included with the text message.
If the MMS (picture messaging) is not working after 24 hours, contact your cellular service provider and discuss the problem with Customer Service. The phone - if new - should be able to MMS out of the box - provided that it was not purchased used, is unlocked from another service provider or purchased off eBay (where many problematic phones are sold.)
Hello... The option of sending a mms(multi media msg) doesn't entirely depend on the mobile you use.You should first activate the MMS service by calling the customer care of your service provider.Then the recipient [the person you wish to send] should have a mobile which supports MMS and he should also activate the service on his part.
Still if you are unable, post me.
Internet Setting Cingular: Profile Name: Cingular GPRS setting: APN: wap.cingular User Name: WAP @ CINGULARGPRS.COM Password: CINGULAR1 (ALL UPPERCASE) Time Out: Off Primary Gateway IP: 18.104.22.168 Port: 9201 Secondary Gateway IP: 0.0.0.0 Port: 0 DNS Server:BLANK CSD setting:BLANK Dial in number NONE Query at Logon: (NO CHECK MARK) User Name Password Baud Rate Auto Line Type: ISDN Time Out Off DNS Server: Then go to your browser and enter the following settings: Profile Name: MEdia Net Homepage: device.home Network Link: Cingular MMS Settings: Profile Name: MMS over HTTP MMSC: http : //mmsc.cingular.com/ (No Spaces) Max Sending Size: 30K Network Profile: Cingular
Internet Setting T-Mobile T-MobileWeb Settings: Primary IP Address: 216.155.165.050 Secondary IP Address: (Blank) Access Point Name (APN): wap.voicestream.com Data Bearer: GPRS Profile Name: GPRS Username: (Blank) Password: (Blank) Home Page: http://wap.myvoicestream.com Picture Messaging Settings: Multi-Media Service Center (MMSC) Address: http://22.214.171.124/servlets/MMS Validity Period: 72 hours Hide ID option (if option exists): set to off, no, or disabled
Internet Setting FIDO Profile name: FidoWAP GPRS setting: APN: wap.fido.ca Username: fido Password: fido Timeout: 15 minutes Primary Gateway IP: 126.96.36.199 Port 8080 Secondary Gateway IP: (blank) Port: (blank) DNS Server: (unchecked) CSD Setting: Dial in number: (blank) Query at logon: (unchecked) Username: (blank) Password: (blank) Baud Rate: Auto Line type: Modem Timeout: Off DNS server: (unchecked) Then press Save. To get MMS working (what I haven't included are the blanks and all boxes should be unchecked unless specified) Setup-->Data Network Profile Name: Fido MMS APN: mms.fido.ca Username: fido Password: fido Timeout: 15 minutes Primary Gateway IP: 188.8.131.52 Port: 8080 Baud Rate: Auto Line type: Modem Timeout: off Then click SAVE. THEN Messages-->Service Setup-->Multimedia Message Default profile: FidoMMS (all other settings are to your preference) Tap the box beside Default Profile and ensure that FidoMMS is the default profile. Settings for MMS profile goes Profile name: FidoMMS MMSC: http://mms.fido.ca Max Sending Size: (your preference) Network Profile: Fido MMS
Internet Setting Rogers Proxy Name: Rogers MMS Proxy Address: 172.25.0.107 Access Point: Rogers MMS Home: ((Set whatever page you like here)) Port Number: 8080 Authentication Type: HTTP-BASIC User Name: media Password: mda01 Access Point Name: Rogers MMS APN: media.com Authentication Type: PAP User Name: media Password: mda01 DNS: <> Linger Time: 180 MMS Accounts (Main Menu -> Messaging -> Messaging Settings -> MMS Settings) Profile Name: Rogers MMS Proxy: Rogers MMS Relay Server URL: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
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you need to speak to your service provider as they have not sent the text set up to your sim card to allow MMS (multi media services) for accepting and sending photos.
If you have just purchased the phone it can take upto 24 hours for your sim to set up fully depending on your service provider.