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Your cellphone provider should have provided you with certain data to set up your phone, depending on the phone type, the send and recieve settings for text messages and calls can vary. If you did not recieve these your best option would be to call your cellphone provider helpdesk. Newer phones can be set-up by a simple text message from the provider. Or they might have to guide you trough the settings manually.
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
You may want to call your wireless provider to make sure they haven't blocked text messaging on your account. I had text messaging blocked on my account for a while because I had two children on my account and couldn't trust them not to run up the bill.