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With net10 it tells you clear as day on the step by step activation process on the web page that net10 does not support multi media messages. You will need to download a third party messaging app to send and recieve or use the email app.
First of all, definitely your internet must be turned on and you need to activate GPRS or 3G services from your network provider to receive picture messages. If the service is activated then you do not have the settings for those services on your mobile. Call your service provider and ask them to send the service settings on your cellphone. Once the settings are installed, you have restart your phone.
you need to set up MMS (Multi media settings) either contact your net work supplier who normally text them to you. If not you can set it up namually Go to settings,MMS settings and fill the settings these can be obtained from WWW.filesaveas.com-index.html for all major networks
AT&T has a block they can put on texting, but they also have a block they can put on Multi Media messages. If text comes through, but not picture messages, chances are the phone number has that multimedia block on. Call them and ask them to check and see if your line has "multimedia restrictions" then they will look for that, and they can probably take that block off for you. They don't always check that one, sometimes you have to know more than they do..
Sounds like you dont have browser access. Picture messaging uses the data service from your mobile internet. If you are using an unlocked phone these settings will need to be configured for your browser and your picture messaging. Contact your carrier or the manufacturers website for these.