Anybody here actually using this MMS thing?
I know I never do, but then again I also know I'm not really representative for the average mobile spender. Owned unlocked phone, prepaid SIMs costing maybe sixty pounds a year. Occasional calls and SMSes like when traveling. That in turn I don't all that often do.
I also don't really see the point of MMS. SMS is possibly the most expensive way to send data (and that really ought to change), but it's useful for the service it offers; using it is cheaper than calling and delivering the same message. (For that reason I entirely abhor voicemail, especially since I get to pay to listen garbled mumblings with no way to ask to speak up louder.) MMS might be a good second in pricing, but its price per service delivered makes it something like a quicker picture post card without the writing. I might as well send that post card, having the post deliver something tangible.
Is it just me or am I entirely misunderstanding the thing?