Allright. I know the 3G iPhones now support MMS. 2G owners however seem to be left in the dark. Does anyone know a workaround for an unlocked iPhone on T-Mobile's network? I can't find a darn thing. And all the "MMS" apps seem to be garbage. Thanks guys!
Loc: San Francisco, CA
You can hack a configuration file to get MMS up and running natively on the original iPhone, however, SwirlyMMS works quite well, and apparently now has a service to allow free messaging (I've not yet tried the free messaging, as I, like you, am using T-Mobile and have unlimited messaging anyhow).
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