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  Reply # 614762 25-Apr-2012 09:14 Send private message

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Hey as my user name suggests I'm not too technical. I take a photo using my phone and choose send, it is programmed to send using MMS. It has both wifi and 3g capability. How do I change its settings so it will send a photo using either of these two options you suggest?

and P.S.  how do I use the forum to put the original message I am replying to in a box like SaltyNZ has

Thanks




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  Reply # 614767 25-Apr-2012 09:23 Send private message

ubernoob, please create a new topic for your question.





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  Reply # 614775 25-Apr-2012 09:35 Send private message

freitasm: ubernoob, please create a new topic for your question.

oops sorry. Done ( I think)




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  Reply # 615231 26-Apr-2012 01:01 Send private message

I bet its some sort of Carpooling or networking app just for 2 degrees customers, 

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  Reply # 615248 26-Apr-2012 06:27 Send private message

Maybe TXT-a-Park will work with 2degrees.

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  Reply # 615254 26-Apr-2012 07:50

If it's an iPhone app I'll be very happy.

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  Reply # 615262 26-Apr-2012 08:12 Send private message

Some technology that most of us probably won't ever use?



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  Reply # 615264 26-Apr-2012 08:14 Send private message

Some technology that pretty much all of us will be using in a few years times?







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  Reply # 615283 26-Apr-2012 09:16 Send private message

The website has a banner for an HTC One ..
Clicking on it leads to an error message.



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  Reply # 615333 26-Apr-2012 11:19 Send private message

If we're pretty much all going to use it in a few years time,then it has to be 4G.  I won't be using any payment system on my phone, don't trust it, unless it uses a pin.

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  Reply # 615376 26-Apr-2012 12:21 Send private message

timestyles: If we're pretty much all going to use it in a few years time,then it has to be 4G.  I won't be using any payment system on my phone, don't trust it, unless it uses a pin.


Rats! Beat me to it!  Yeah, I'd suspect 4G/LTE.  Unless they're finally offering a "landline number on your mobile" service.

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  Reply # 615383 26-Apr-2012 12:33 Send private message

All things considered and since there was that NFC Snapper page that has been subsequently taken down, one would have to assume that is infact what is launching.. 4G would be nice but as stated earlier they have barely got 3G up and running out of the main centres.

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  Reply # 615462 26-Apr-2012 14:23 Send private message

Hmmm, Well if it's not carpooling, Perhaps where 3g/4g does not exist there will be a wifi drone that hovers above your house just so you can have a connection

A street based security system , so when you are in trouble all your neighbours come to your aid

Other than selling their services the NZ telecommunications industry (mainstream) do little that is creative, it would be fantastic if that was about to change.

Lets hope it's something dynamic

 

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  Reply # 615466 26-Apr-2012 14:30 Send private message

Any net best mate.

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  Reply # 615467 26-Apr-2012 14:34 Send private message

Hopefully they are making the 1gb bonus data permanent

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