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Topic # 91384 12-Oct-2011 11:31 Send private message

Hi there, does anyone have any knowledge of this? I am in Australia at the moment, Android handset and Amaysim is my provider (Optus based) and my wife is in NZ on Vodafone NZ.
I have never been able to send an MMS to her in NZ successfully, but I can send successfully to anyone I have tried in Australia, including myself.
She has sent me one successfull MMS message out of 6 attempts. She can send MMS to herself and anyone the tries in NZ.
Could anyone please let me know if this is possible and the one success was a fluke, or is it just not going to work reliably. Unsuccessful attempts do incur a cost.

Thanks

Stuart

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  Reply # 532280 12-Oct-2011 11:34 Send private message

Vodafone NZ only has a PXT interconnect agreement with Vodafone AU






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  Reply # 532283 12-Oct-2011 11:39 Send private message

Thanks for the reply. So the one that got through was a fluke? Laughing


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  Reply # 532284 12-Oct-2011 11:41 Send private message

wdoa: Thanks for the reply. So the one that got through was a fluke? Laughing



Would not like to guess but not sure how it could




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