My phone will not reach the internet and i know it is enabled to do so. Also it will not accept or send text messages even thought it would a few days ago. No one has changed my account settings either so it should be able to do both.
Ok no dis but owing them money will do this, also a coverage change in the 3g netwrk may also be the problem so call your provider and check that as well as simply restarting your phone if you have a sims card take it out while off and place back in fi not skip step and when powering on there should be an internet signal that should connect to your provider such as cingular has an blueglobe etc for diff providers if this comes up and still no luck ask provider to check yor simm card for if a new one is needed or in no simms a software checkup.
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To confirm that text messaging is enabled on your account, go to the Device settings page for your phone and make sure that "Can send/receive text messages" is "Enabled". If there is no edit icon at the top of the Messages section (i.e. you can't update your text messagingsettings) then the number is not active
To confirm that text messaging is enabled on your account, go to the device settings page for your phone and make sure that "Can send/receive text messages" is "Enabled". ... If someone texting you is getting a "Message Blocking Active" error, this may also mean that you don't have text messaging enabled. message blockingis active Google Search
Samsung Galaxy S 4G: Not able to send or receive text messages (airplane mode not enabled)
Hello. It's possible that your cellular service has not enabled your ability to send and receive text messages on their end..
Call your service provider on a different phone to let them know that you are not able to send or receive text messages in all the areas you've tried. Indicate how far away from each location that you are unable to get signal from. If you can not send or receive text messages anywhere at all, this should also be addressed. They may even walk you through resetting your APN settings
In some cases, it could just be the building that you are located in that is blocking cellular service.
Sometimes, it could be a fault of the service provider. They may need to reset your connection on their side. If not, at least you can get them to try..
It sounds like it is not the fault of your phone, but has to do with the Cellular Service Provider.
Every Apple device can send messages to another apple device. This messages are called iMessages.
When you try to send a message to your son's iPhone your iPhone will try to send it via internet using iMessages.
In order to "tell your iPhone" to use regular text messages make sure that your son's cellular number is correctly stored in your contacts. That way if your iMessage fails, your iPhone will send it via regular text message.
You will see the difference between both because the "send" button and contact name will turn green when using regular text messages and blue when you're using iMessages.
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.
It's very possible that your problem is with the SIM card. Many phones will not accept a SIM card after it has been used in another phone. Or, some functions like text messaging or Internet service will not work.
The only other solution is that your phone is not correctly configured to your Cellular service provider's frequencies for messaging. You can contact your Cellular Service Provider and ask for Tech Support. They can walk you through making sure your phone is correctly configured.
hi there, call the customer service of your service provider ( AT&T,Vodafone,Verizon etc)....they will set up message center number on your phone , the one that you have might be incorrect...your mobile operator will send you sim updates that will refresh the settings ....and then you will get the text message options cheers