SMS and Texting
Short message sending (SMS) and texting (also called text messaging) is a phone feature that allows the user to send alpha-numeric short messages to another phone user through a network.
What is the difference between SMS and MMS text messages?
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What does SMH mean?
Most people accept one of two meanings for SMH. Some people say it means "Scratching My Head," but others say it means, "Shaking My Head." Acronym for 'shake my head' or 'shaking my head.' Usually used when someone finds something so stupid, no words can do it justice. Sometimes it's modified to 'smfh' or 'smmfh' by those that prefer profanity in their internet acronyms.
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Does it cost money to send a text to someone out of the country?
Yes it does, although the cost changes from carrier to carrier. A cheap alternative which is cross platform would be to use a service like Kik messenger which is cross platform Apple, Google, Rim. It is an instant message service that uses data and would not cost anymore than the data you use. Far cheaper than sending international text's.
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How can you retrieve mms from mobile to mobile?
Send/receive multimedia messages from/to MMS capable devices (mobile to mobile) The WAP Gateway (WAP GW) is the entry point of client devices to the operator-messaging environment. The WAP Gateway accepts the MMS sent by user A. Then, the WAP Gateway provider sends the MMS message to the MMSC for temporary storage. Before accepting the MMS, a check of the submitter is done for the request. User A is checked against the internal database to determine if the MMS service has been provisioned for him. If the request is accepted, the message is downloaded from the terminal. A notification message is constructed. The MMSC requests the WAP Push Proxy Gateway (WAP PPG) to send the notification. The PPG then requests the SMSC to send the notification, which goes via SMS to user B. The SMS is transparent to the user; the user will not see an SMS. The notification SMS (a binary SMS) informs the MMS client in the phone that a message is waiting to be fetched. The MMS client then asks the WAP client to fetch the respective message from the MMSC. When user B sends a request to retrieve the MMS, the user's terminal attempts to fetch the message. The output of either the original message (in the case of no media conversion) or the converted message is then downloaded to the terminal of user B via the WAP GW. The message should be deleted from the queue only if the download is successful. If a delivery report was requested, and the user of the terminal complies, a delivery report is generated and delivered to the originator. The same example follows for a read/reply request.