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  1. #1
    Gazz
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    i sent a photo message on saturday at about 16:30 to my dad's phone, first
    time i've ever sent one, on T-mobile on a pay if i can sim, i had plenty of
    credit, and it sent it via the 3G connection (i was in cambridge centre at
    the time, me dad was in london)

    He got the message yesterday (Tuesday) at about 12:30,

    Is it normal to take this long to send a single photo and a few lines of
    text?

    As it was the damn photo was worthless as it was to show something we'd had
    fitted to the motorhome, and he got to see it in person on Monday when we
    got back home, kinda taking the piss to then get the photo the next day.

    All the settings are from the T-mobile send the settings to my phone thingy
    from their website, as the phone was origionaly an O2 contract phone, (nokia
    6822)

    I've only ever had this kind of delay when using the simazing sim i got last
    year to go abroad with, waste of time that for text's, 60% of them never got
    through (yet were charged for), and the rest got through days later and out
    of synch,





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    dave @ stejonda
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    Re: how long to recieve photo msg?

    In message <[email protected]>, Gazz
    <[email protected]> writes
    >i sent a photo message on saturday at about 16:30 to my dad's phone, first
    >time i've ever sent one, on T-mobile on a pay if i can sim, i had plenty of
    >credit, and it sent it via the 3G connection (i was in cambridge centre at
    >the time, me dad was in london)
    >
    >He got the message yesterday (Tuesday) at about 12:30,
    >
    >Is it normal to take this long to send a single photo and a few lines of
    >text?
    >
    >As it was the damn photo was worthless as it was to show something we'd had
    >fitted to the motorhome, and he got to see it in person on Monday when we
    >got back home, kinda taking the piss to then get the photo the next day.
    >
    >All the settings are from the T-mobile send the settings to my phone thingy
    >from their website, as the phone was origionaly an O2 contract phone, (nokia
    >6822)
    >
    >I've only ever had this kind of delay when using the simazing sim i got last
    >year to go abroad with, waste of time that for text's, 60% of them never got
    >through (yet were charged for), and the rest got through days later and out
    >of synch,
    >
    >

    When I sent a photo SMS from my (then) Orange contract phone to a friend
    on Vodafone in the UK she received it within minutes.

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    dave @ stejonda



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