Question about Samsung Cell Phones
Usually this happens when the SMS settings of your phone were altered. First option on that is to call your service provider and ask for the SMS settings, including the message center number. Second option is to provide us the model number and your service provider for us to look that one up for you.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Dec 28, 2013 | Samsung Cell Phones
You cannot send
messages because the message centre number stored in your mobile may be wrong.
Please enter the
correct message centre number. To get the correct message centre number please
call your service provider and they will provide you the number.
Messaging >Options >Settings > Text message >Message centres
Apr 04, 2011 | Nokia 1112 Cellular Phone
Problems sending or receiving SMS may be caused by no or incorrect SMS settings. To set up your phone to use SMS, you need a message centre number, which is provided by your network operator. This is often set up automatically when inserting a new SIM card to a phone. Whiteout the message centre number, you are not able to send or receive SMS.
To edit the service centre number:
To add a service centre number provided by your network operator:
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