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AT&T: iPhone MMS and Tethering On the Way

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Jun 8, 2009, 4:18 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper
updated Jun 8, 2009, 4:37 PM

AT&T confirmed that it will support MMS and tethering services on the iPhone 3GS "later this summer". An AT&T spokesperson said, "We [need to] complete some system upgrades that will ensure our customers have the best experience with MMS. These upgrades are unrelated to our 3G network. We plan to offer a tethering plan, but don't have an announcement to make at this time." Data plan rates will remain the same at $30 per month for unlimited data. For new and qualifying customers, the iPhone 3GS will cost $199 and $299 for the 16GB and 32GB models, respectively. If you are not currently eligible for an upgrade but still want iPhone 3G S, early upgrade prices are $399 (16GB) and $499 (32GB). No-commitment pricing: $599 (16GB) and $699 (32GB).

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Jun 9, 2009, 6:16 AM

Could AT&T suck any worse?

I want the iphone but certainly not until a CDMA version comes out.
waiting for your CDMA version huh?? Good luck with that, do you really think Apple will go with Verizon who is getting ready to implement LTE, so they will have a CDMA version for maybe a year before the phone will not work any longer. Also, LTE which...

Jun 8, 2009, 4:25 PM

So MMS wont work on iPhone 3G with OS 3.0??

Not until later this summer.
Will MMS work both for the sender and the receiver? I just want to make sure it's a two way street.
I heard a little rumour that it'd due to AT&T having to remove "MMS opt out" on all their 3G iphone accounts. That's what I hear.

So, I am going to manually remove mine, and upgrade to the 3.0 on the 17th, and if I remember, I'll report back and le...
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