mmsbox.mts.com.ua/mmsbox/otp.html – MTS, Ukraine

Update: March 2014

This link: http://mmsbox.mts.com.ua/mmsbox/otp.html is no longer available. If you want to view you MMS, please login to https://mmsbox.mts.com.ua/mmbox/otp.html. Please do note that there’s a difference between ‘http’ and ‘https’ in term of security.

Once you can view the page, please enter your phone number and PIN number sent to your mobile phone.

mmsbox.mts.com.ua/mmsbox/otp.html - MTS, Ukraine

mmsbox.mts.com.ua/mmsbox/otp.html – MTS, Ukraine

mmsweb.mtawireless.com - MTA Solutions, Alaska, USA

mmsweb.mtawireless.com – MTA Solutions, Alaska, USA

Retrieving the MMS is fairly easy. What you need to do is just click the http://mmsweb.mtawireless.com, enter your mobile number and password. But if have never use this service before, you need to enter your mobile number together with the Message Key that you received as a text message. If you wonder, what is Un-Registered user, they are those Users who have not registered with MMSC, these users can receive MMS arrival notification through mail or SMS message and can view the MM message using WEBTOP.

mmsweb.mtawireless.com - MTA Solutions, Alaska, USA

mmsweb.mtawireless.com – MTA Solutions, Alaska, USA

Matanuska Telephone Association (MTA) is a member-owned cooperative founded in 1953 to bring telephone service to rural South-Central Alaska. It delivers some of the most advanced communications products available in the marketplace, including Local, Long Distance, Wireless, Internet, Business, Directory and Digital TV services. The MTA service area covers over 10,000 square miles, extending from Eagle River’s Hiland Road to Clear Air Force Base.

 

mms.iot1.com/bluegrass/mms-view.php - Bluegrass Cellular, USA

mms.iot1.com/bluegrass/mms-view.php – Bluegrass Cellular, USA

You must have arrived here because you wanted to see the MMS picture you’ve recently received, right?

Okay, cool down. Don’t panic!. It’s simple, just head to this link: http://mms.iot1.com/bluegrass/mms-view.php. You will then be presented with this screen:

mms.iot1.com/bluegrass/mms-view.php - Bluegrass Cellular, USA

mms.iot1.com/bluegrass/mms-view.php Login Screen

What you need to do is just enter your mobile phone number and MMS ID you’ve receive just now. And voila!. You can now see the photo.

Good luck!

 

Flightradar24 app became popular after MH370 incident

Flightradar24 app became popular after MH370 incident

If you have an iPhone or iPad, you might want to see the Top Charts in Apple App Store. Surprisingly, even Flightradar24 Pro also ranked the highest for Paid Apps. As the MH370 still catching headlines as unresolved mystery, many people put an interest in air traffir radar just to see the planes all over the world move in real-time.

With detailed map, one can simply identify planes flying overhead by simply pointing the device at the sky. But of course, one need a device with GPS capabilities.

 

maxis.com.my/mms - Maxis Postpaid MMS

maxis.com.my/mms – Maxis Postpaid MMS

Note: Please be reminded that this guide is solely for Maxis postpaid user. For Hotlink prepaid user who wanted to retrieve their MMS pictures, refer to the other guide. iPhone and iPad functionality has not been fully tested. However, the latest popular phone model such as Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, LG do not have much problem.

Maxis Mobile MMS Logo Small

Maxis Mobile MMS Logo Small

How do I view the Maxis / Hotlink MMS info?

STEP BY STEP GUIDE:

For Maxis:

maxis.com.my/mms – Maxis Postpaid MMS

maxis.com.my/mms – Maxis Postpaid MMS

1. Go directly to the Maxis site by typing http://mms.maxis.net.my and/or http://www.maxis.com.my/mms

2. Click on the Maxis logo. Please be aware, click this only if you’re using Maxis postpaid.

maxis.com.my/mms – Maxis Postpaid MMS

maxis.com.my/mms – Maxis Postpaid MMS

3. Put in your mobile phone number, together with the password provided in the SMS.

4. Normally, you can see the pictures sent by your friends.

maxis.com.my/mms – Maxis Postpaid MMS

maxis.com.my/mms – Maxis Postpaid MMS

5. But, if you’re receiving an Alert, it stated that your account may have expired.

NOTE: You must open the website, along with the password in 24 hours. Otherwise, it’ll get expired.
All you need to do is just activate back the MMS function. Send any MMS pictures to mms@mms.maxis.net.my.

Or you can ask your friend to resend the MMS pictures back to you.
But please remember, you must use an MMS enabled phone, or in an easy word, a mobile phone that can show pictures.

For Hotlink, please read the Maxis Hotlink MMS Step by Step Guide.

Good luck.

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Quoted from Wikipedia:

Maxis provides a variety of mobile communication products and services. They offer prepaid call plans, monthly subscription plans, global roaming, MMS, WAP (over both GSM and GPRS), Residential Fixed Line services, Broadband Internet plans, and as of early 2005, 3G services to both prepaid and postpaid subscription customers.

retrieval.three.co.id/mms - 3, Indonesia

retrieval.three.co.id/mms – 3, Indonesia

You must have been received an SMS notification about the MMS, isn’t it?
That’s why you’re here.

retrieval.three.co.id/mms - 3, Indonesia

retrieval.three.co.id/mms – 3, Indonesia

Follow below steps to retrieve your MMS on Three:

1. Go to http://retrieval.three.co.id/mms

2. Key-in your code sent to your mobile phone via SMS

3. Open your MMS.

sms.megafonmoscow.ru – Megafon, Russia

sms.megafonmoscow.ru – Megafon, Russia

sms.megafonmoscow.ru - Megafon, Russia

sms.megafonmoscow.ru – Megafon, Russia

Here is the free service initiated by Megafon Moscow for Russian people.

Please go to http://sms.megafonmoscow.ru or http://megafon-mms-portal.ru

retrieval.three.co.id/mms - 3, Indonesia

mms2u.three.co.uk – 3, United Kingdom

mms2u.three.co.uk - 3, United Kingdom

mms2u.three.co.uk – 3, United Kingdom

You must typed-in the correct URL of http://mms2u.three.co.uk. Do not enter the shortcut, http://mms2u.3.co.uk, because you will get a “page not found” error.

Quoted from Wikipedia:

3 is a brand name under which several UMTS based mobile phone networks are operated in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Hong Kong and Macau, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

Hutchison Whampoa owns direct majority interests in the companies that operate the networks that are branded 3, except 3 Hong Kong and 3 Indonesia. These networks are majority-owned by the publicly listed Hutchison Telecommunications International Limited (HTIL), in which Hutchison Whampoa has a 50.003 percent majority interest.

All 3-branded networks provide 3G technology (WCDMA, some also run 2G networks). Hutchison Whampoa also holds a 3G-license in Israel which operates under the brand Orange, and in Norway which is not operational yet. As of 20 August 2008, registered 3 customers worldwide numbered over 19 million.