MMS switchoff in Germany and Switzerland [telecom]

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</head> <body> <p>Some cellular network providers will switch off MMS service in 2023 due to the low amount of users.</p> <table><tr class=lft><th>Vendor</th><th>Shutoff Date</th></tr> <tr><td class=lft>Vodafone</td><td class=rht>17th Jan 2023</td></tr> <tr><td class=lft>Deutsche Telekom (ex T-Mobile)</td><td class=rht>31st Dec 2023</td></tr> <tr><td class=lft>Swisscom (Switzerland)</td><td class=rht>1st Jan 2023</td></tr></table> <p>O2/Telefonica doesn't plan to switch off MMS yet.</p> </body> </html>
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Marco Moock
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This is confusing. Doesn't MMS run over mobile data? I wasn't aware that it's a separate service from one's mobile phone data plan.

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Michael Trew

Am 28.12.2022 um 22:59:04 Uhr schrieb Michael Trew:

I don't know that exactly too, but there are Gateways and other stuff that are operated by the ISP, see

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