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Topic # 114808 4-Mar-2013 12:40
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Hi,

I have a 3GS ios 6.1 operating on the 2degrees network. Am on a prepay contract with a lot of data and money left on my balance.

It appears that when I attempt to send a pxt to anyone the message fails. Or at least that's what it says.
I attempted to send one the other day to another iPhone and it said it failed. However it did actually get thru.
I have since attempted to send pxts to other phones, one a galaxy and one a Nokia but again message states failure to deliver.

I have sent pxts before, however only recently have I noticed this occurring.

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  Reply # 774239 4-Mar-2013 12:47
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Are you Prepay or Postpay? Very confusing from your post

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  Reply # 774241 4-Mar-2013 12:49
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Please attach a screenshot of your data settings, especially including the MMS section.




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  Reply # 774388 4-Mar-2013 16:30
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I am on a prepaid plan. I have enough data and texts on my plan and excess money on my balance with 2degrees. 









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  Reply # 774390 4-Mar-2013 16:31
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Top pic was a pxt i tried to send today. Tried to pxt with some text too but failed. 

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  Reply # 774480 4-Mar-2013 18:26
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There are more settings under Cellular Data -- those are the ones we need to see.




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  Reply # 774519 4-Mar-2013 19:32
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Hope these help. Im a bit out of my depth. And my iphone manual was in french. I dont speak or read the cheese eating language

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  Reply # 774523 4-Mar-2013 19:43
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Your max message size is the problem. It needs to be 300000.




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  Reply # 774555 4-Mar-2013 20:35
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I presume you mean 312200 which is listed on the 2D website. Yes 300000 will work but ... :-)

2gnscib - where did you get the 614400 number from ? :-)


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  Reply # 774578 4-Mar-2013 21:29
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No, I mean the 300000 that the design guy - me - specified. :-)




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  Reply # 774595 4-Mar-2013 21:46
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The 641000 number was there already. Ive never been in there before and not changed any numbers till now.
However either number 300000 or 31220 doesnt work. Message still fails.

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  Reply # 774596 4-Mar-2013 21:49
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You need to reboot the handset after you change it. Also, messages that have already failed will never be sent, from memory, because it has already sized them for the wrong max size. But after the reboot you should find that new ones work.




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  Reply # 774601 4-Mar-2013 21:59
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A million thanks to you guys for your time. It appears to have been fixed. Thanks :)

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  Reply # 774655 4-Mar-2013 22:55
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SaltyNZ: No, I mean the 300000 that the design guy - me - specified. :-)


You might want to get the web designers to update 2D's website then if they put the wrong info :-)

http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/iphone

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  Reply # 774756 5-Mar-2013 08:27
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@2gnscib Thanks for posting your question - same thing has been happening to me and I thought the culprit was just the crap reception where I live.

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