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Sending MMS (Image) Messages To Cell Phones

Most cell phone carriers have a way to send an image to their customers. Use the following email address formats:

  • Alltel – number@message.alltel.com
  • AT & T – number@mms.att.net
  • Bell Mobility (Canada) – number@1x.ball.ca
  • Boost Mobile – number@boostmobile.com
  • Cingular – number@mms.mycingular.com
  • Fido (Canada) – number@fido.net
  • Rogers Wireless (Canada) – number@pcs.rogers.com
  • Sprint/ Nextel – number@messaging.sprintpcs.com
  • T-Mobile – number@tmomail.net
  • US Cellular – number@mms.uscc.net
  • Verizon – number@vzwpix.com
  • Virgin Mobile – number@vmobl.com

In each case the number is the phone number of the destination phone, entered without any dashes.

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