I sent a single picture message to a friend with an iPhone. I obviously lost internet just as it was sending as it appears to have sent as a text message (not iMessage).
Just checked my bill and I’ve been charged three times for this single mms? So over £1.50 for something that should have been sent for free.
Is this right??
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MMS messages are always chargeable, and can be triggered unintentionally if you add emojis, send an SMS to multiple recipients, or include a URL or image in your text.
Guide: Accidental MMS Sending and How to Avoid it tells you how to cripple it so you don't end up spending £0.55+ multiple times on a mistake in an SMS that should have been free to send, @JB8889 - Good luck!