|reply to AVonGauss |
Actually, I'm pretty happy AT&T decided to wait and add capacity for MMS before they launched it. It's very easy to get around no MMS on the iPhone through email, which certainly isn't a solution or excuse for AT&T, but it helps.
What I'm not ok with is still paying the same price as everyone else for messaging when I can't get access to MMS. Just like I'm not ok with paying the same data price and getting crappy service and no tethering (I realize the latter isn't supposed to be included but works on BBs).