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Topic # 52687 5-Dec-2009 22:26
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Does anyone know the max file size a MMS message can be on Vodafone NZ network?

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  Reply # 279630 5-Dec-2009 22:30
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300k but some handsets can only handle 100k



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  Reply # 279632 5-Dec-2009 22:35
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Thought it was around that mark.... thanks.

Was it previously less than 300k or has it always been this size?

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  Reply # 279635 5-Dec-2009 22:42
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use to be 100k quite a few years back



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  Reply # 279636 5-Dec-2009 22:42
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they should make it 5mb!!!

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Reply # 279645 5-Dec-2009 22:50
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simon14: they should make it 5mb!!!


How many phones can display a 5 meg picture



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  Reply # 279649 5-Dec-2009 22:53
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Why assume it's use just for a single picture?

Could share legal MP3 files, or multiple pictures.

OR even longer, more detailed video clips

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  Reply # 279651 5-Dec-2009 22:55
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Send it in a email

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  Reply # 279973 7-Dec-2009 13:05
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pay $1 get a 10MB data allowance.. solved.

Its a Multimedia Messaging Service not intended for transferring files.

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