Tag Archives: MMS

Many T-Mobile customers having MMS issues

If you’re having issues texting photos and video on T-Mobile today, you’re not alone. Many T-Mobile customers are reporting that their MMS messages are not going through today. There are lots of reports of MMS problems on Down Detector, Reddit, and Twitter. T-Mo hasn’t issued an official statement on the situation, but several support reps have responded to customer complaints about the problem on Twitter and one said, “Our team is on the case and … [read full article]

Google Voice gains MMS support on T-Mobile and other carriers

Google Voice gained a much needed new feature this week: The ability to receive MMS as MMS, and not as links to the media. Google Engineer, Alex Wieseen announced on his Google+ page that Voice now supports MMS on over 100 North American carriers. One of which – of course – is T-Mo: “We’ve been working with nearly 100 different North American carriers to enable this feature — including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Bell Canada, Rogers, … [read full article]

Google Voice now supports MMS sent by T-Mobile subscribers

If there’s one service I’ve been intensely jealous of watching the U.S. mobile scene from the UK, it’s Google Voice. And, although Google hasn’t really been paying much attention to it recently, it’s nice to know the service is becoming more useful to more people. However unintuitive the added new features might seem, they are – at least – something. Last week, Google announced that its Voice service would be adding support for … [read full article]

Editorial: Why T-Mobile Should And Will Deploy LTE (The Technical Edition)

In the comments of the article about the analyst positing $9 billion for LTE deployment, many people were puzzled on why everyone is so focused on T-Mobile needing to deploy LTE. The obvious marketing answer is that everyone else has it, so T-Mobile needs to be competitive and deploy it to be able to say that they’ve got it too. By itself, that is an incredibly stupid reason to spend billions of … [read full article]