iPhone MMS garners complaints and praises

AT&T activated Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) on Apple's iPhone on Friday nationwide, and there was a mix of users critical of and positive about the service's performance. An AT&T spokesman said the service was working smoothly.  DSLReports.com had noted that AT&T was gearing up for a 40-percent network traffic increase as iPhone users were expected to send and receive photos and video content. Article

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