Cingular and Verizon Users Can Share Photos
Mar 16, 2005, 1:59 PM by (staff)
Tuesday at CTIA Cingular announced that they had MMS interoperability with Verizon. This means subscribers on the two carriers can send each other pictures simply by entering a phone number, instead of using email or middlemen. Cingular also said they expect to have the same sort of picture sharing with all major US carriers by the end of the year. Although not confirmed with the carriers, it appears this is already possible between Cingular and T-Mobile subscribers as well.
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3 years ago...
My pink and orange sent a photo to each-other easily and quite quickly, so there is definite success between carriers not-yet-announced.
Now to sit back and see who makes picture messaging most affordable...
To the best of my knowled...
What about Sprint?
This has been working ...
NOW THAT's TIGHT !
I was wondering...