Cingular, Sprint, T-Mobile offer intercarrier MMS

Cingular Wireless, Sprint, and T-Mobile USA today said that they will enable their respective subscribers to send and receive multimedia messaging service (MMS) messages with each other. MMS messages can include text, images, video, and/or audio. Analysts and industry insiders hope that more inter-carrier MMS messaging deals, like this one, will help spur the growth of MMS messaging in the US. SMS messaging in the US took off with consumers once carriers enabled inter-carrier text messaging.

For more on the Cingular, T-Mobile MMS deal:
- check out this piece from InformationWeek

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