Can I use picture messaging on my iPhone with the GSMA network?

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    Nigel Okimoto

    It’s irresponsible and unethical to not include this info in all marketing language when someone learns about and signs up for GSMA. MMS is a core function of smartphones and for it not to be available to over 40% of all smartphone users in the US who want GSM”A”’s network should be disclosed at all phases.

    (Btw, it’s unclear how to sign out of this Zendesk thing using a google account. Even going to google.com and signing out has no effect.)

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    Ryan Coleman

    Amen. Now I have a new number that is being propagated around and it's mostly useless because my family sends group texts. At this point I want my money back.

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    Gary Fink

    Im sure they dont include it because att would charge them more

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    Mustardtree

    Gary Fink MMS works fine with Android on AT&T.  The problem is iPhone will not allow changing Access Point Names in settings unless you jailbreak the iphone.  Apple is holding this setting hostage. 

     

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    Jay Patalia

    Yes it absolutely does work on Android on AT&T

    The apn on this RED POCKET website works flawlessly
    https://www.redpocket.com/configure-handset

    ANDROID

    On your phone please goto the following menu:
    Menu > Settings> Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names

    APN: Reseller
    Proxy: Not set
    Port: Not set
    Username: Not set
    Password: Not set
    Server: Not set
    MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
    MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
    MMS port: 80
    MCC: 310
    MNC: 410
    Authentication Type: None
    APN type: default,mms,supl
    APN protocol IPv4
    Bearer: Unspecified

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