Question about Cell Phones
It has to do with the "SMS Message Center", it is a certain number which should be provided by your service provider, after having known what it is, go to menu>messaging>message setting>text messages>message centers> then you will see the list of message centers you pick one or add one if nothing existed, then you edit the name field then the number field (which will be provided by your service provider) then save settings, after going back one step i.e to the menu of "text messages" choose the option of "message center in use" then make sure you have chosen the correct choice which you made and/or edited one step earlier then you save settings, then try to send yourself an SMS, if you have received it successfully then you have done it write!
Note: if you are not able to contact your service provider (mobile service company), you can check the needed number through another phone settings which is having sim card from the same service provider.. let us know what happens with you, TC
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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