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Topic # 59578 7-Apr-2010 13:21 Send private message

I received this as a txt message:

$application/vnd.wap.mms-message

from 1111

I just have a real basic phone so it won't open it. I tried forwarding it to an mms capable phone but it just came up as a regular txt.

Does anyone have any ideas? 




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  Reply # 315753 7-Apr-2010 13:27 Send private message

Yes its a notification by SMS advising your handset to download the PXT from the MMSC. Now you have your SIM in a handset that does not support PXT so this causes a issue.

PM me your mobile number and Vodafone 4 digit PIN and I will change the setup for your MSISDN for any future incoming PXT you will be directed to PXT world.

John




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  Reply # 315754 7-Apr-2010 13:33 Send private message

Oh and that PXT message is now lost




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