Only receiving 2nd half of a large text message preceded by *some text missing*
I have a Nokia mobile and pay-monthly contract with 3Mobile. When a particular friendsends me long text messages I only receive the end of the text preceded by *some text missing*.
The remaining message can come much later, so I often have to ring the friend to find out what the message was about anyway.
Is there any way I can get the missing part any faster??
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missed call informations are usually provided by the service provider and not by your phone. you have to pay extra for it.some providers give these facilities as free to. call your service provider .they will provide you what you want. good luck
If you have signed a contract that was made between you and your service provider then you have binded an agreement that you will pay them for the services they provide. The contract should have terms and conditions that you have agreed to, if a set payment per month was required under the contract that means you have to carry it out. Therefore yes, your service provider is lawfully allowed to demand that you pay the remainder of your contract.
Ring your service provider and ask if you can pay an exit fee which is usually just a price set by your service provider multiplied by the remaining months on your contract. You still have to pay money, but its usually cheaper than what you would've been paying if you still carried on with your contract.
I suggest to you before you sign a contract to read through it carefully and consider if you can oblige with the terms and conditions. Many people forget to do this and end up with hefty fees and bad credit ratings.
On every phone there are settings that can stop you sending texts. However all phones should still receive texts even if all the settings were changed. As the text message is directed to you mobile number you should still be receiving?
When you compose your text and select contact does the phone move them to the out/sent box?
Settings to check for sending are your 'message centre number' (your network provider can supply and they are normally different for pay monthly and pay & go) 'Message sent as' should be 'text' (not fax or email etc).
Text problems are common where people change or delete digits from the message centre number by mistake.
If you cannot receive texts i would recommend speaking to your provider for help as it may be your account details at their end? (beyond your control). Hope that helps?
sounds to me like the service center number is incorrect, try: Access point name: wap.o2.co.uk (contract customers) or payandgo.o2.co.uk (pay-as-you-go customers)
Username: o2wap (contract customers) or payandgo (pay-as-you-go customers)
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 18.104.22.168
Session mode: Permanent
Port number: 8080 or 9201
URL address: http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002
contact your network provider and ask for a sim update and a gprs install message, this will sort the problem, also you may need to change your message service cantre number, here are the following uk ones : Network operatorSMS Centre NumberO2 (Was BT Cellnet / Genie mobile)+447802000332 (contract) +447802092035 (pay as you go) Alt: +447802000334T-Mobile (was One2One)+447958879879Orange+447973100973 Alt: +447973100974Vodafone+447785016005Tesco Mobile+447802092035Virgin+4479588798903 / Three+447782000800