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leertusmms.orange.es - Orange, Spain

leertusmms.orange.es – Orange, Spain

leertusmms.orange.es - Orange, Spain

leertusmms.orange.es – 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: http://leertusmms.orange.es/BandejaMMSLegacy/web/login.htm

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.

yoigo.com/mms – Yoigo, Spain

yoigo.com/mms - Yoigo, Spain

yoigo.com/mms - Yoigo, Spain

Please be informed that when you try to access http://yoigo.com/mms/, you will be redirected to the https://services.sonera.net/authentication/21404/login.html.

You’ll be welcomed with a message:

Welcome!

You received a notice that you have a multimedia message for you on this page you can watch it and enjoy it.

Make sure the number is the same that you found the notice. The code is at the end of the message.

Phone Number:
Code:

Quoted from Wikipedia:

Yoigo is the fourth mobile phone operator with a network of its own in Spain. They operate a UMTS/3G network, which at their launch in December 2006 had very limited UMTS (3G) coverage even in some of the largest cities. In places where there is no UMTS coverage, Yoigo users switch to national roaming using movistar‘s both GSM and 3G networks.

Originally the carrier was to be called Xfera, a name reflected in its nowadays registered name of Xfera Móviles, SA. It was formed in 2000 as a consortium to compete for a new UMTS license in Spain, which finally won out. At the time, its main shareholders were French company Vivendi, the Spanish building company Grupo ACS and Scandinavian cell phone carrier Sonera (now TeliaSonera).

espaciopersonal.movistar.es – Movistar, Spain

espaciopersonal.movistar.es - Movistar, Spain

espaciopersonal.movistar.es - Movistar, Spain

Kindly proceed to

to view your MMS pictures and videos.

legacymms.vodafone.gr – Vodafone, Greece

legacymms.vodafone.gr - Vodafone, Greece

legacymms.vodafone.gr - Vodafone, Greece

Quoted from the website:

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.

http://legacymms.vodafone.gr

Quoted from Wikipedia:

Vodafone Greece is the Greek subsidiary of Vodafone. Its headquarters are in Halandri – one of the northern suburbs of Athens.

Vodafone Greece was established in Greece in 1992 – under the trade name Panafon – with the participation of Vodafone Group Plc., France Telecom, Intracom and Data Bank, and was officially renamed to Vodafone in January 2002. In December 1998, the company listed its shares in the Athens and London stock exchange, while in July 2004 it de-listed from ATHEX. Vodafone Group Plc. is the company’s major shareholder with 99.8% of Vodafone Greece shares.

Vodafone has the most extensive, technologically advanced and faults and malfunctions resistant mobile telephony network in Greece, able to provide broad coverage by ensuring high-quality communication.

Vodafone subscriber numbers in Greece begin with the 3 digit prefix 694 and 695 followed by a seven digit subscriber number, although due to the advent of number portability in Greece, it’s possible for customers to take their number to another network with them.

As of 2003, Vodafone has had an exclusive contract with popular pop-rock musician Sakis Rouvas as the spokesperson for the company in the Greek advertising campaign. Rouvas has completed multiple commercials for the company as well as advertising the brand within his music videos and albums. Likewise, Vodafone is the primary sponsor to his large concerts and recordings. While other record labels and artists do advertisements for other mobile companies as an exchange for sponsoring, Vodafone is the only Greek mobile company to be advertised primarily by a sole artist, with Rouvas’ effort being a major marketing ploy to youth and young adult consumers.

Incoming search terms from Google:

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vermms.vodafone.es – Vodafone, Spain

Do you have a difficulties to view your received/sent MMS? Refer to the instruction below.
Most importantly, you have to put your mobile number and your password to view the content.

Welcome to vermms.vodafone.es

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.

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.

Please visit vermms.vodafone.es to retrieve your MMS
For more information, refer to the FAQ page.

Below is the quote from Wikipedia about Vodafone Spain.

Vodafone Spain, part of the Vodafone Group is a mobile operator in Spain.The network went live in 1995. Its headquarters are in Alcobendas, a city near Madrid.

Vodafone is the second biggest cellphone carrier in Spain (by customer number) with 14 million.

Vodafone (Vodafone ES) offers GSM900/1800 MHz (2G), UMTS (3G) and HSDPA (3.5G) services in Spain, with a good coverage.

Its motto is “Es tu momento. Es Vodafone.” (It’s your moment. It’s Vodafone.)

Have fun with your MMS! : )

www.canalcliente.movistar.es – Canalcliente Movistar, Spain

Canalcliente Movistar, Spain – www.canalcliente.movistar.es

  • canalcliente.movistar.es/empresas

Quote from Wikipedia:

Movistar is a major mobile phone operator owned by Telefónica Móviles. It operates in Spain and in many Latin American countries. Many Movistar networks were acquired from BellSouth.

The Movistar name has been in use in Spain since the launch of GSM services in 1995. After purchasing Bellsouth mobile operations branch in South America, the name became effective worldwide on April 5, 2005.

After the purchase of O2 in 2005 by Telefónica S.A., the company announced that the O2 brand would continue to be used in the UK, Germany and the Republic of Ireland, as a separate branch with its own board and management structure. Eurotel in the Czech Republic was rebranded as Telefónica O2 Czech Republic, as opposed to Telefónica Móvistar, it is possible Telefónica will expand the use of the O2 brand.

It is the biggest carrier in Spain with 22 million customers (cellphone services only) and it also has the widest coverage in Spain. It offers GSM 900/1800 MHz (2G), UMTS 2100 MHz (3G) and HSDPA (3.5G) services.

Its principal competitor in Latin America is America Movil, which markets its services under the following brands: Claro, Telcel, Porta and Comcel