Monday, 21 September 2015

MMSC Service is no longer available in BSNL Network, being obsolete technology

BSNL withdrawn MMS services and conveys message as it has become obsolete technology in BSNL Network.

State owned Telecom Company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) announced to plug-off the Multimedia messaging system (MMS) platform under BSNL Network and no longer available for BSNL subscribers in India. BSNL was never able to gain any grip on MMS services in India finally decided to withdraw services from BSNL network.

MMS communication technology being higher priced than traditional SMS and not being supported by all devices. If user focus on the process of MMS when someone spent Rs.5 on an MMS the receiver would receive link to the multimedia content which he would later need to load in mobile device browser, which made it boring and effectively defeated the whole function of sending the MMS through handsets.

BSNL has sent message to its subscribers mentioning them that ‘BSNL will no longer be supporting MMS and that subscribers can manually edit their APN settings and select BSNLNET for accessing mobile internet services on their handsets'.

With the latest advanced technology sharing and sending photos, videos, voice notes, messages on mobile devices using whatsapp, viber, hike and line services has become very comfort and platform like MMS has become obsolete.

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