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For those who have the Apple iPhone, it is probably quickly
becoming your number one used electronic device, and why not?
With such amazing features as internet access, music storage
and the simplistic interface design, this product is literally taking
the place of three major personal electronic devices. However,
no matter what you use your iPhone for, it is still a cell phone,
and with your cell phone there are several things that you expect
it to do. One of the major reasons why so many people flocked
towards the iPhone is because it promised to make text
messaging extremely simple and convenient. And after using the
iPhone for any length of time, it is easy to understand that text
messaging with this cell phone is extremely easy and quick.


However, if you are used to being able to communicate to your
friends and business partners through text and multimedia
messages, or MMS, you may find yourself being extremely
disappointed with the iPhone. The reason for this is because
throughout all of the major improvements and superior features
of the iPhone, it still lacks one simple feature. This feature is the
ability to send MMS text messages, such as video and picture
messaging. When many users first discovered the lack of this
feature, there was an outcry because so many people rely on this
means of communication to keep their contacts up-to-date on
their current activities.


Even though the iPhone is an amazing piece of electronic
equipment, not having the capabilities for sending MMS text
messages is a major turn-off for so many potential customers
and current ones as well. However, what if you were to find out
that there was a way to get around this road block, and still send
pictures of that funny looking dog to all your friends? Even
though you can't send a MMS text message, there is a way to still
send pictures to your friend's cell phones, without the means of
text messaging. Most cell phones that have been made within
recent years now come with e-mail capabilities, whether the
users know this or not. It is by the means of e-mail that you are
now able to send MMS messages to all of your friends.


It is extremely easy to do this with your iPhone, and requires very
little time on your part. What you will do is "e-mail" the photos
to your recipient; however, the person you are "e-mailing"
doesn't have to have e-mail support on their phone in order to
receive your message. The only requirement is your recipient
must be able to receive MMS messages. What you will do is find
the photo you want to send on your iPhone and tap the send
photo link, which is located on the bottom left hand side of your
iPhone.


To send the MMS message, you will include the recipient's phone
number along with their carrier's e-mail prefix. An example of
this would be 3145556847@tmomail.net for a T-mobile
telephone number. This does require that you know who your
recipient's carrier is, however, all you have to do is ask your
friend who their cell phone carrier is. After you have done this,
you will be able to send the MMS message to them, and they will
receive it like a MMS text message.


Below are the Email Prefixes for the major cell phone carriers:
Verizon, vzpix.com; AT&T/Cingular, mms.att.com; T-Mobile,
tmomail.net; Sprint/Nextel, messaging.sprintpcs.com; Virgin
Mobile, vmobl.net; Amp'd Mobile, vzwpix.com; Alltel,
message.alltel.com

				
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