should i switch back to BeLL?????????!!!

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yeah, i just switched to Koodoo from bell...
so far, most things work well enough.
Ive got one problem that really rubs me the wrong way though; when i try to send an image or attach a recoring to a text message, it never actually sends. I mean, the message is there and it says that its sending, but the recipient never gets the message and the little `"loafing circle" never stops going round. This bothers me alot since your plan state i should have UNLIMITED video/photo messages. FYI yes my Mobil data (LTE) is on and ive tried battery resests and that didnt work either. Being in a wifi zone doesnt work. So please take care of this ASAP. Things like this make me miss my old provider.
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oh, you may weant to know thè phone was ùnlocked by a koodoo rep at the koodoo store. So it was originally a bell phone.
and no i wont buy a new GDamn phone
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Hi Raniel, since your phone is originally from bell you may need to change some of the APN settings on your phone. Does your data work for other things or just doesn't work for sending MMS? (pic messages) you can find the necessary APN settings in this link. http://community.koodomobile.com/kood...
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just the pics and voice recordings. works for the internet, facebook, shazam ..all the rest
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and only to send it via text as an attachment
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Matthew I live in Barrie and have not a single issue with reception except in a couple very small areas just on the outskirts of the city which are areas that no provider (and I've been with them all) have any coverage in. When I say small I mean approx 1 mile stretch. If your having issues with reception you may want tottry a different phone.

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