Sending pictures from your phone to your email is quite easy as long as you have your phone enabled for either Web use or picture messaging. Discover how to send pictures from your phone to your email with help from a cell phone representative in this free video on cellphones.
Hi I"m Ben from the Cellphone Broker in San Jose, California. Today I'm going to show you how to send a picture from your cellphone to your e-mail. There's a couple of easy steps to follow to make this happen. Basically all you need to do is have your phone enabled for either web use or picture messaging use. There is two options. There are some service providers that might require for you to have both. Most service providers are going to ask for one or the other. The majority of the time it's just going to be the picture messaging package so you need to make sure that your phone is enabled for that. There's a couple of pieces of hardware that you need to make sure that your phone has and that would basically just be the camera. So as long as your phone has camera and the ability to send pictures either to another phone or to the Internet then you're all set to go. The first thing that you're going to do is take a picture with your phone. After you have taken the picture hit send and in the to line, normally you would type in the phone number that you want to send the picture to but today since we're going to send it to an e-mail we're just going to type in that e-mail address. So after you enter in the e-mail address that you want to send it to just hit the okay key. You're going to hit back and then you're going to hit send and you'll notice right here it says sending MMS. MMS is Multi Media Messaging Service and what that means is that you're sending either a picture or some other file like an audio clip or a video to either another phone or to your e-mail. You may have noticed that that picture got sent in pretty quick and the reason for that is that the network is able to process that pretty fast because it's designed to let that happen. It's designed for that feature to be enabled. I'm Ben from the Cellphone Broker. That's how you send a picture from your phone to your e-mail. Thanks for watching.