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Topic # 14381 1-Jul-2007 01:43
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Had my sim in my cheap nokia since my SE was flat and I didnt have a charger. Anyway, someone MMSéd me with something, and I have a text on the phone that just says that it cant display when I try to look at it.

I put the sim back into the SE once it was charged (why cant everyone use the same chargers - argh) - anyway, still nothing.

Several people I know send MMS's instead of SMS to people since they get an allocation with their plan that they have no other reason to use, and now I don't even know who sent it to me.

Also, is there anyway to switch back to getting the text telling you about a MMS being sent to you without calling vodafone to turn it off. I know that I just need to send one to turn it on, but its the off that I have issues with.


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  Reply # 76448 1-Jul-2007 11:19

You will need to call customer services to get it turned off, you're unable to do it from the handset.
Unfortunately you wont be able to get the PXT back unless it is resent. Your Nokia has accepted the message (even though It cant display it) so the MMSC believes it has been delivered and will stop trying to deliver.

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