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MMS Alert

Hi

 

I've seen similar posts to this, but the URL I was sent to pick up a multi media message looks different to the other ones posted. I received this message and a separate message with a password. My friend had sent me a photo via text earlier in the day, which came through so I clicked on it thinking she'd tried to send me another one. Should I be worried?

 

I've sent you an EE Photo/Video Message. Go to https://eeuk.mms.ee.co.uk/eeuk/ Your message is valid for 7 days

 

Thanks 

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Re: MMS Alert

Never fear! That link is to a pukka EE page for receiving picture msgs for when your phone is not set up.

 

These are texts from EE notifying you that you have been sent an MMS & where to get it from. However they are sometimes sent by EE in error when no one has tried to send you 1.

 

For most phones, you can download the MMS settings needed from the online set up tool , so.you can receive MMS directly w/out going to EE's d/load site.

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To phone EE: The local rate landline number +44 207 362 0200 or Freephone +44 800 079 8586 - Option 1 for Mobiles; Option 2 for 4G WiFi; Option 3 for Home Broadband & EE TV.

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Re: MMS Alert

Never fear! That link is to a pukka EE page for receiving picture msgs for when your phone is not set up.

 

These are texts from EE notifying you that you have been sent an MMS & where to get it from. However they are sometimes sent by EE in error when no one has tried to send you 1.

 

For most phones, you can download the MMS settings needed from the online set up tool , so.you can receive MMS directly w/out going to EE's d/load site.

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If you think I helped please feel free to hit the "Thumbs Up" button below.

To phone EE: The local rate landline number +44 207 362 0200 or Freephone +44 800 079 8586 - Option 1 for Mobiles; Option 2 for 4G WiFi; Option 3 for Home Broadband & EE TV.

ISPs: 1999: Freeserve 48K Dial-Up => 2005: Wanadoo 1 Meg BB => 2007: Orange 2 Meg BB => 2008: Orange 8 Meg LLU => 2010: Orange 16 Meg LLU => 2011: Orange 20 Meg WBC => 2014: EE 20 Meg WBC

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Re: MMS Alert

Super, thanks for the advice!

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Grand Master

Re: MMS Alert

Thanks! You're welcome 🙂 ! Glad I could be of assistance.

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If you think I helped please feel free to hit the "Thumbs Up" button below.

To phone EE: The local rate landline number +44 207 362 0200 or Freephone +44 800 079 8586 - Option 1 for Mobiles; Option 2 for 4G WiFi; Option 3 for Home Broadband & EE TV.

ISPs: 1999: Freeserve 48K Dial-Up => 2005: Wanadoo 1 Meg BB => 2007: Orange 2 Meg BB => 2008: Orange 8 Meg LLU => 2010: Orange 16 Meg LLU => 2011: Orange 20 Meg WBC => 2014: EE 20 Meg WBC
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Re: MMS Alert

If link address is  genuine EE address  but sender has not sent any messages why is EE sending them   had several in last 48 hrs all from my daughter who uses land line for contact

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EE Community Support Team

Re: MMS Alert

Hi @champion

 

Have you received a password to access the photo within the link?

 

I would recommend trying to enable the MMS option on your account which will stop you from receiving the notification text message. 

 

Speak soon, 

 

Katie 🙂

 

 

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