Many iPhone users using the older generation devices lack the capability of sending Multimedia message. It is a feature which is ordinary on most modern cellular telephones and you would expect find it on a sophisticated device as the iPhone. When people first discovered that this feature was absent there was an outcry because many people use MMS to keep their contacts up to date with what they are up to! Thankfully, due to iPhone’s email capabilities – there is a workaround.

Here is a tutorial on how to send MMS without being charged for it!

 

NOTE: This Tutorial Is Only For US based Telecom Networks

Here’s how to do it for send mms from iphone:


The iPhone makes this very quick and easy. What you actually do is e-mail the photos to your intended recipient rather than using MMS..
1) open a photo on your iPhone by going in the photos application.
2) click on the arrow tab (bottom left hand icon)
3) click on the “email photo” tab
4) using the table below, enter the phone number of the person you want to send to, followed by the email prefix for their provider

Service Provider MMS Email Prefix
1. vzwpix vzwpix.com
2. AT&T/Cingular mms.att.com
3. Sprint/Nextel messaging.sprintpcs.com
4. T-Mobile tmomail.net
5. Virgin vmobl.net
6. Boost Mobile myboostmobile.com
7. Alltel message.alltel.com
8. Amp’d Mobile vzwpix.com

So, What if the other persons doesn’t have e-mail? That isn’t a problem as they can still receive your e-mail in the form of a MMS message
To send the photo, you will need to enter the 10 digit number @ address (for example: 1234567890@mms.att.net)
US Based Carriers:
Alltel = xxxxxxxxxx@message.alltel.com
AT&T = xxxxxxxxxx@mms.att.net
Boost Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@myboostmobile.com
Cingular (AT&T) = xxxxxxxxxx@mms.mycingular.com
Einstein PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@einsteinmms.com
Sprint = xxxxxxxxxx@messaging.sprintpcs.com
T-Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@tmomail.net
US Cellular = xxxxxxxxxx@mms.uscc.net
Verizon Wireless = xxxxxxxxxx@vzwpix.com
Virgin Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@vmobl.com