AT&T Launches MMS
Feb 13, 2003, 3:45 PM by (staff)
AT&T Wireless today launched MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). Customers with compatible phones can combine pictures, text, animations, and sounds - including their own voice recordings - all in a single message that can be shared with others. Sending an MMS message costs $.40 each, while incoming MMS messages from other AT&T Wireless customers are free. AT&T is also launching a suite of MMS-based services, including greeting cards and multimedia news, weather, and finance alerts.
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