- What is MMS?
- How can I get MMS enabled on my account?
- What are accepted content types and sizes for MMS?
1. What is MMS?
MMS stands for Multimedia Messaging Service. With MMS, you can send a message including a picture, video, or audio content. Most cell phones now support MMS.
With SendHub, you've always been able to attach and send images on our classic model, however, it was sent as a media url and not an outbound MMS. When you upgrade to a plan with MMS, the recipient will receive the image without having to click a link.
2. How can I get outbound MMS enabled on my account?
MMS is only available on custom plans. Please contact a sales representative by calling 844-990-4400 and pressing 1 for sales or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a quote for a plan with outbound MMS.
3. What are accepted content types and sizes for MMS?
The maximum size for an MMS message is 5 MB. Supported MIME types that will be formatted for delivery on the destination device are jpeg, gif, and png.
For more information about outbound MMS, check our blog.