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Posted 30 November 2012 - 01:51
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The problem has happened in the past, but I never really paid attention because the pictures were never this tall. Should I call AT&T? Can they fix it on their end?
Posted 30 November 2012 - 02:13
They might. I had some billing issues recently and they took 675$ off. My bill is normally 120$, and I got the bill this month for 790$ due to changing my phone and cancelling a line that was under 'Buyers Remorse' still.
Even if they could, I doubt they would. The only time I've ever had this issue was when I was trying to send an extremely large image. I ended up resizing it and then sending it. Have someone send you the original image and see what happens. Preferably one of the folks you're trying to send it to.
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