Monthly Archives: July 2013 - Vodafone, United Kingdom – Vodafone, Romania - Vodafone, Romania – Vodafone, Romania

If you accessing, you’ll be welcomed with:

This service allows you to view multimedia messages (MMS) that have been sent to you. For every message you receive, you can reply with your own multimedia message, or forward it to someone else.

Multimedia Messages can be sent by people with camera-equipped mobile phones and may contain pictures, sounds or even video clips. If your handset cannot display the contents of the message, it is sent here where you will be able to view it.

To retrieve your MMS pictures, make sure you enter the correct mobile phone number (including the country code +40) and the provided password sent to your SMS.

Please take note that if you’re using carrier such as Orange Romania or Cosmote Romania, they have a different way of retrieving the MMS.

Quoted from Wikipedia:

Vodafone is Romania‘s second-largest mobile phone network operator. It launched in April 1997 as the first GSM network in Romania (although not the first mobile phone network). Until October 2005, it was known as Connex, after which it was rebranded Connex-Vodafone and in April 2006, the Connex name was dropped, the operator being simply known as Vodafone Romania, aligning itself with the global Vodafone brand.

Vodafone covers 95% of the Romanian population, with over 8.23 million subscribers at June 30th 2007and 45% market share. Vodafone provides roaming agreements with 238 international operators in 103 countries.

Vodafone Romania is a wholly owned subsidiary of Vodafone Group plc, and is the seventh-largest Vodafone subisidiary in the world by number of subscribers. Vodafone became the majority stakeholder after it brought 79% of Mobifon’s shares from Canadian company Telesystems International Wireless, which had been the previous majority shareholder. Furthermore it recently acquired 5% of Mobifon’s shares from Canadian Entrepreneur Elani Grobler.

The operator is in head-to-head competition with Orange for the 15.3 million mobile telephony users in Romania. Connex, the ancestor of Vodafone Romania, held the largest number of subscribers until September 2004, when Orange edged ahead.

The motto of Vodafone is Trăieşte fiecare clipă (rendered in English by the company as Make the most of now, a more accurate translation would be “Live the moment”). Previous mottos were: Tu faci viitorul (You create the future) and Viitorul sună bine (The future sounds good). - Telcel, Mexico – Telcel, Mexico - Itelcel, Mexico – Itelcel, Mexico

In order for you to be able to send MMS messages from Telcel, the person you are trying to send a message to, needs to have the service activated. Not all users have the service. In fact, users of Paid as you go or Amigo are not entitled to do so.

Anyway if they have the service activated you can send a message as follows:
or - Telcel, Mexico – Telcel, Mexico

If youre’ the MMS receiver, you have to go to to retrieve your MMS pictures or videos. You can also directly go to

Quoted from Wikipedia:

Telcel is Mexico’s largest mobile phone carrier, owned by América Móvil. Founded in 1989 and based in Mexico City, Telcel is the leading provider of wireless communications services in Mexico. As of December 31, 2006, Telcel’s cellular network covered more than 63% of the geographical area of Mexico, including all major cities, and 90% of Mexico’s population. Telcel holds concessions to operate a wireless network in all nine geographic regions in Mexico using both the 850 megahertz and 1900 megahertz radio spectrums. As of December 31, 2007, Telcel had approximately over 57 million cellular subscribers and, according to Cofetel, as of July 2008, an approximately 77.2% share of the Mexican wireless market. - Tigo, Guatemala – Tigo, Guatemala

Updates: July 2013

If you’re one of the Tigo customer, you may arrive here because you wanted to view your MMS photo. It’s very simple, please click

You will then will be presented with this screen: - Tigo Mensanjes Multimedia – Tigo Mensanjes Multimedia

Now, what you need to do is to enter your cellular number and PIN number. Where to get your PIN number? Just take a look at the text messages you have just received.

Tigo Logo

Tigo Logo

On the older version, you may see this login screen: - Tigo, Guatemala – Tigo, Guatemala

If you’re on of Tigo customer in Guatemala, please provide your cellular number and its PIN to retrieve your MMS pictures. It is accessible at

Quote from Wikipedia:

TIGOComunicaciones Celulares, S.A. or just COMCEL is a mobile phone service provider company owned by the international mobile phone company Millicom or just MIC. On 2004 COMCEL changed their name to TIGO introducing their GSM Technology, new mobile phone sources, new mobile phones, more coverage, new fresh look and also new plans.

At this time its for not much the number one mobile phone provider in Guatemala. There are also other TIGO’s in Latin America at the Central American countries of El SalvadorHonduras, and also in the South American nations of ColombiaParaguay,and Bolivia.

TIGO Guatemala is the biggest subsidiary of TIGO in Central America with a base of more than 4 million subscribers

Here in Guatemala it competes against:

  • The Spanish movistar
  • The Mexican Claro

On August 29, 2008 TIGO launched their 3.5G data network operating on the HSDPA 850 MHz band, and is currently the only 3.5G network in Guatemala, as well as the one with least speed caps (a cap of 3.6Mbit/s has been set) while other networks (such as Claro) cap their network at around 1.5Mbit/s.

TIGO offers the following cellphone brands. - Safaricom, Kenya – Safaricom, Kenya

Update: March 2014

If you have problem in getting your MMS, please contact Safaricom Kenya Official Page on Faceboo. - Safaricom, Kenya (Official Facebook Page) – Safaricom, Kenya (Official Facebook Page) - Safaricom, Kenya – Safaricom, Kenya

If you noticed, Safaricom Kenya provide similar MMS service like Telenor Pakistan. Very simple and intuitive user interaction. Only message pincode needed.

Proceed to to retrieve your MMS in a split seconds.

Quoted from Wikipedia:

Safaricom, Ltd is a leading mobile network operator in Kenya. It was formed in 1997 as a fully owned subsidiary of Telkom Kenya. In May 2000, Vodafone group Plc of the United Kingdom, the world’s largest telecommunication company, acquired a 40% stake and management responsibility for the company. Telkom Kenya as a result owns a 60% stake in the company. As of May 17, 2006, Mr Michael Joseph is the CEO. Recent reports appearing in the cross section of the press indicate that Vodafone Plc of UK only owns 35% and the remaining 5% is owned by a little known company, Mobitelea Ventures Limited. The reports have caused a stir which led to the summoning of its CEO Michael Joseph to appear before the PIC “Public Investment Committee”, during which he denied knowing who the other shareholder is. It is widely believed that the former regime arm twisted Vodafone to shed off the 5% as a kickback to high ranking officials in the regime. Safaricom’s initial public offering of stock, on the Nairobi Stock Exchange, closed in mid April 2008.

Safaricom employs over 1500 people mainly stationed in Nairobi and other big cities like Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru and Eldoret in which it manages retail outlets. Currently, it has nationwide dealerships to ensure customers across the country have access to its products and services.

As of October 2007, Safaricom boasts a subscriber base of approximately 8 million, most of whom are in the major cities – Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu and Nakuru.

Its headquarters is located in Safaricom House, Waiyaki Way in Westlands, Nairobi. It has other offices in the city center in I&M building, Kenyatta Avenue ,on Kimathi Street and at Shankardass House – next to Kenya Cinema Moi Avenue.

Its main rival is Zain Kenya.

Incoming search terms from Google:

  • http //mms gprs safaricom com/mms - Vodafone, United Kingdom – Vodafone, Hungary

Don’t be surprised if you’re being redirected from to It’s a legit website where you can retrieve your MMS, a service provided by Vodafone, Hungary. - Vodafone, Hungary – Vodafone, Hungary

Quoted from Wikipedia:

The IMSI – Network Code of Vodafone Hungary is 216-70 and MSISDN Network Codes are 70 (international: +36 70)

The Display name of Vodafone Hungary: vodafone HU

Incoming search terms from Google:

  • www mmsuzenet vodafone hu
  • mmsuzenet vodafone hu
  • https ˛/mmsuzenet vodafon hu - Telecom Italia Mobile – Telecom Italia Mobile, Italy

When you click, you’ll prompted with the message saying: - Telecom Italia Mobile – Telecom Italia Mobile

Welcome in the space where you can read your MMS!
if you are a registered user, enter username and password in the spaces above.

If you are not registered, but you were sent an MMS TIM on your mobile,
Enter your phone number and the code that you received in the spaces below,
and then click “go”.

Quoted from Wikipedia:

TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile) is Telecom Italia‘s mobile phone brand, and runs a GSMEDGEUMTS and HSDPA network in Italy and Brazil. In Europe, TIM is part of the FreeMove alliance. TIM Peru was sold to América Móvil and rebranded Claro. TIM sold its share in the Venezuelan mobile operator Digitel TIM to Televenco, a company owned by the Cisneros Group, since then the company’s name has been Digitel. The agreement was approved by the Venezuelan regulatory authority Conatel. TIM Hellas, the Greek operator owned by Telecom Italia and previously known as STET Hellas (Telestet), was sold in 2005 to Apax Partners and Texas Pacific Group. In 2007 the company was sold to Orascom Telecom and TIM HellasQ-Telecom and also Tellas (a fixed phone/ADSL provider whose 50%+1 share is owned by Orascom’s Italian Wind) renamed to Wind on 5th of June 2007.

The operator was the third largest mobile operator in Europe by subscriber numbers at the end of 2007 .

TIM is the default network for T-Mobile and Orange customers entering Italy as part of the FreeMove alliance. - Orange, Spain – Orange, Spain - Orange, Spain – Orange, Spain

If you can see the above login and password to retrieve your MMS from Orange, you’re in a correct place.  However, if you failed, visit the following link:

The best MMS configuration / settings for MMS Mobile Orange

– APN: orangemms
– Connection type: Continuous
– Bearer: GPRS
– IP Address: 172,022,188,025
– Authentication: Normal
– Type of validation: Normal
– Username: orange
– Password: orange
– Port: 8080 or 9021

Below is the FAQ about MMS on Orange:

1. How do I activate the service and how much?

If you buy your mobile multimedia, you can send and receive mms with no problems, because it is configured properly for this. No need to activate anything.

If you are already our customer, but now have a mobile multimedia, you may need to activate the service. To do so follow these steps:

Send-“activating” the 2228 and receive a welcome message to the service.

-We recommend you turn off your mobile and you turn it on again after a few minutes for activation to take effect

2. Who can I send a multimedia message?

You can send multimedia messages (MMS) to any user of any national mobile operator and email addresses.

3. Why can not I send or receive messages?

Probably need to activate the MMS service on your mobile

4. I paid to see the MMS that I receive?

It is free territory. Only costs money to send multimedia messages, not receiving.

5. Can I choose when I want to download an MMS?

Yes, you can download the MMS received at the time of receipt or later. But to do this, you will need to modify the parameters of the menu options on your mobile. Then only receive a notice of receipt of an MMS you will have to confirm. Only costs money to send multimedia messages, not receiving.

6. What if I can download an MMS?

The mobile displays an error message until the network problem is solved. The MMS will only be charged once fully downloaded.

7. I have full memory of the mobile what can I do?

If the memory of your mobile is saturated, you can not download MMS messages that you send your friends. When you receive an error message because memory is full, you can make room by deleting messages or take advantage of the multimedia album.

8. How do I create a MMS?

-Make sure you have activated the MMS service.

-Turn the camera on your mobile and shoot.

-Send your photo with or without a message to another mobile or an email address.

9. How can I determine the size of an MMS?

Depends on the model of your mobile See the instructions for the phone to know. Generally, the size appears in the corner of the message received.

10. How can I configure the mobile to download the MMS automatically?

Select the “Settings” or “adjustments” to your phone, find the parameter related to unloading of incoming MMS and choose the option of voluntary discharge. In the “auto load” menu messages>> MMS>> options, select “manual”. S55: In the “reception” of the Messages menu>> settings>> MMS, select “Off.”

11. How then can retrieve the MMS?

MMS is not downloaded with a special envelope (dotted or highlighted, depending on the model) in the MMS inbox. To download, simply need to select it and press YES to begin downloading. The MMS has a shelf life in the multimedia messaging center, to expire, the MMS is not available and the download will fail. It is recommended to delete the notification.

12. Do you have a service charge for the person who sends me a message

if I am out of Spain, in roaming?

No. The cost of sending MMS is the same as if the recipient is in the network of Amena. However, it has an additional cost to the recipient.

13. What if I am abroad and have not activated the Roaming service?

In this case, you can not receive or send MMS. It is essential to activate the phone abroad.

14. What if I have activated the roaming service but

Orange GPRS does not have agreements with any operator in the country?

In this case it is not possible to use MMS services. When I send an MMS, will receive the notification but downloading will not take place. Sending MMS is not possible.

15. Is it possible to disable the receiving of MMS abroad?

No. It is not possible.