| | 11-19-2011, 08:11 PM #1
I've had my LG Quantum on AT&T for a little over a year now. Since the beginning, whenever I've texted someone and the text exceeds 160 characters, it will tell me below the message I'm typing with the number of messages as well as an overall character count ("2 messages, 296/304"), and I've always assumed that when I send the message, it gets broken into the multiple texts and then sent.
As far as I've known (though at this point I wouldn't be surprised if it's been going on for longer), it's worked fine until the last week or so. Long story short, I've realized that 2 of my friends are not receiving any of the "one-large-text-that's-broken-down-into-multiple-texts" messages I've sent them this week. I also just tried texting my work cell - it received a small text, but not the big one. And my phone isn't getting any notifications or error messages that the text(s) couldn't be sent or wasn't received.
I'm no expert but I'm guessing it's my phone or AT&T and/or Verizon. My friends have iPhones and my work cell is a Blackberry, so I don't think it's the "receiving phones." However, I'm on AT&T and both my 2 friends AND my work cell are on Verizon. I'm waiting to see if my sister (on AT&T) receives my large texts.
As I said earlier I also can't remember this happening before this past week or so (perhaps a Mango problem?), but since there aren't any error alerts I can only imagine what confusion or frustration I've caused my friends who were expecting a response.
Has anyone else had this problem with their Windows Phone or any other phone for that matter? Does anybody have any idea what could cause this?