I often don't receive sms's that people send me. This has happened from numerous different phones, on different networks. Often the messages that don't arrive are more than one page long. It is very frustrating because the messages never arrive at all.
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there are several factors why you are unable to send and receive messages and make outgoing calls and receive incoming calls.
network issue: are you the only one experiencing the problem? try to check with someone who is on the same location and is using the same network as you if he or she is experiencing the same problem as you. if yes, then it may be a problem with your network.
make sure that you have good signal and contact your service provider too and ask them if they have an ongoing maintenance in the area and ask if the sms and calls services are activated on your account
phone issue: if you have a good signal and still can't send, receive text messages, do and receive incoming, outgoing calls, try to do these: call the service provider and ask for the default network pin, then go to the settings of your phone, call settings, call barring, deactivate all barring
try inserting your sim card to another phone and try to send an sms
turn off your phone, remove battery and sim card and then wait for a few seconds, then put back the sim and battery and turn on the phone then try to send an sms
Welcome to Fixya General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
is a packet-based wireless service used for sending and receiving data
through the internet protocol. With GPRS, the transmitted data is
divided into various 'packets' before it is received by the user.
To use GPRS, users require:
A mobile phone that supports GPRS
A subscription or upgrade, as relevant, to the mobile network that supports GPRS
Some users would specifically require asking their
mobile network provider to activate the GPRS while other network
operators allow automatic access
Knowledge of how to do data transfers on their specific
model of the mobile handset as it varies depending on the models and
Setting up GPRS for your phones: Usually
activating GPRS on your phones are done by the service providers, and
different service providers have different configurations. Additionally,
the settings for GPRS vary based on the different phones and phone
models. As activation is required before setting up you should know that
activation process vary from one provider to other. It could be as
simple as sending an SMS to a particular number or calling customer care
of that particular service provider. Once the activation is taken care
of, the setting of the GPRS is done based on the model of the phone. It
is important to note here that the setting for GPRS is different for
different phones companies and may be different even for the different
models produced by these companies.Therefore, it is recommended that you
rely on the information given directly from the service provider. Again
activation process may be different for postpaid and prepaid customers.
So just call and demand GPRS settings for Nokia 2630 mobileby the Airtel, They will send it free. Contact no of Airtel is121
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This means that your phone has locked onto the edge network,You can reset the network settings in your phone or just turn your phone off for 3 minutes and power it back on,this will reset the phone so it locks back onto the nearest cell tower
Go into Menu>Log>Options>Settings and change the setting to off (No log) and this should sort it out. If already set to off change it to on. It seems that changing this setting kicks the receiving sms's back into action.
If you have problems sending or receiving SMS on your phone, some of your phone settings are probably incorrect. The settings are different for different operators, and we recommend that you contact your operator for the correct SMS service centre setting.
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Seem like you V9 is configured to send unicode SMS, try the following, try to send and SMS just with the letter A to yourself and to a friend, if received, then try to send a special character like the ú. This usually happen in Latinamerica Carriers when the handset is from China or Euro.
The settings are all different, Internet, Wap etc... for MMS you need to call your service provider and ask them to send you the MMS settings, they are sent via a txt msg, when you receive them click Save or Install.
MMS doesn't work between all networks.