25-01-2017 07:57 PM - edited 25-01-2017 08:01 PM
This morning I received a MMS message from EE, I did not open this just cleared it from my screen.. When going into messages it shows a message from EE as the last one, with an old message when I joined last week so I presume it came from the same number, but no sign if a MMS mesage or any ref to todays date.. Any idea what this is? an update maybe?
Also when I look at the APN settings I now have 3... 2 I remember from before:-
1. T Mobile Internet which is selected and has "general.t.mobile.uk " below
2. Virgin Media Mobile Internet with "goto.virginmobile.uk" below
But now I have a
T Mobile lms with "lms" underneath
Any idea what this last one is? seems to have appeared recently...
26-01-2017 06:46 AM
26-01-2017 07:58 AM - edited 26-01-2017 07:59 AM
Thanks for the reply 🙂
I was more concerned it was somthing odd that had happened....
The message I received yesterday was from EE, well I think it was from EE as it added it to other messages I have had from EE 🙂 but was an MMS with no content as far as I could see, and when I opened my messages inbox from EE it was missing, although the EE message was the last received,
26-01-2017 08:19 AM - edited 26-01-2017 08:21 AM
26-01-2017 09:32 AM - edited 26-01-2017 09:36 AM
IMS is profile for VoLTE as far as I know.
Voice over Long-Term Evolution (VoLTE) is a standard for high-speed wireless communication for mobile phones and data terminals. It is based on the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) network, with specific profiles for control and media planes of voice service on LTE defined by GSMA in PRD IR.92. This approach results in the voice service (control and media planes) being delivered as data flows within the LTE data bearer. This means that there is no dependency on (or ultimately, requirement for) the legacy circuit-switched voice network to be maintained. VoLTE has up to three times more voice and data capacity than 3G UMTS and up to six times more than 2G GSM. Furthermore, it frees up bandwidth because VoLTE’s packets headers are smaller than those of unoptimized VoIP/LTE