E-mail camera phone photos
November 25, 2004
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I'm considering buying a camera phone. Can you send pictures to e-mail addresses without subscribing to a GPRS network such as T-Mobile's T-zones?
Technically, if you can get the images off the phone via an IR port, Bluetooth, or a cable and have an Internet service provider, you can send the pictures as an attachment to any e-mail address that will accept them. However, if you want to send the pictures directly from the handset, you'll need to subscribe to the carrier's data service, such as T-Mobile's GPRS network. Plus, if you plan to send the images directly to another cell phone, the recipient will need to use the same carrier and have a mobile that accepts images; in other words, it should be multimedia message-capable.
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