Instructions to Send MMS on iphone One thing of the iPhone which can come to you as a disappointment in the lack of the capacity to send mms messages....
Instructions to Send MMS on iphone
One thing of the iPhone which can come to you as a disappointment in the lack of the capacity to send mms messages. It is a feature which is ordinary on most modern cellular telephones and you would expect find it on a sophisticated apparatus as the iPhone.
When people first discovered that this feature was absent there was an outcry because many people use MMS to keep their contacts up to date with what they are up to Thankfully, due to iPhone’s email capabilities – there is a workaround.
The lack of the ability to send MMS messages may be a major turn off for any prospective iPhone customers. Fortunately there is a way around this with the iPhone. While you can’t actually send a MMS message you can use the inbuilt e-mail capabilities and still be able to deliver your pictures directly to your friend’s cell phones.
Here’s how to do it for send mms from iphone: (If you have iphone 3G , please check this post Instructions to send MMS on iPhone 3G OS 3.0)
The iPhone makes this very quick and easy. What you actually do is e-mail the photos to your intended recipient rather than using MMS..
1) open a photo on your iPhone
2) click on the send photo link (bottom left hand icon)
3) select to email the photo
4) using the table below, enter the phone number of the person you want to send to, followed by the email prefix for their provider
|Service Provider||MMS Email Prefix Verizon|
So, What if the other persons doesn’t have e-mail? That isn’t a problem as they can still receive your e-mail in the form of a MMS message
To send the photo, you will need to enter the 10 digit number @ address (for example: firstname.lastname@example.org)
US Based Carriers:
Alltel = email@example.com
AT&T = firstname.lastname@example.org
Boost Mobile = email@example.com
Cingular (AT&T) = firstname.lastname@example.org
Einstein PCS = email@example.com
Sprint = firstname.lastname@example.org
T-Mobile = email@example.com
US Cellular = firstname.lastname@example.org
Verizon Wireless = email@example.com
Virgin Mobile = firstname.lastname@example.org