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    How do you test MMS?

    How would you know if it is working or not?
    STILL A NOOB

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    Also, make sure whoever you're testing with happens to have the same model phone. There is no MMS standard like there is with SMS, so not all phones will know what to do with the information another phone sends them.

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    Simplest way is to just send a blank MMS to your number itself.

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    i have no problems sending an mms to a z600 or a v600 with my treo 600

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    Originally posted by hofo_mofo
    i have no problems sending an mms to a z600 or a v600 with my treo 600
    Try sending a video file frm a 6600 to a 6610 and u'll notice wat SuperCM is sayin.

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    oh never done that before...also i dont use MMS much...right now i dont have a reason to use, i prefer SMS

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    Originally posted by hofo_mofo
    oh never done that before...also i dont use MMS much...right now i dont have a reason to use, i prefer SMS
    How much Rogers charge for a MMS?

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    right now its free for 3 months the moment you send your first one..but after the three months its 50 cents for a MMS without a prearranged WAP account (of a certain type)...or 25 cents with a prearranged WAP account (of a certain type)

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    it should be almost instant if you're sending it to yourself right??

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    yeah

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    Nope. Not necessarily. It'll take the same time that it takes to reach to any other user.

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    oh shoot i thought he was talking about the activation sms from rogers

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    Yeah, those are always instant.

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