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Send a picture with your message
PXT is a picture message, also known as an MMS (multimedia messaging service) message. PXT lets you send and receive messages containing images, sound files, animations and text between MMS capable phones.
Rates for sending PXT from within Australia vary according to plan. Check your plan for more information.
Sending or receiving PXT while roaming overseas will incur additional charges (charged at the roaming data rate for your plan). Roaming data is charged by data volume, so the exact charge will be dependent on the size of the message you are sending or receiving.
Visit our interactive user guides.
Use the drop-down menu to help find your phone. If required, select the operating system your phone uses.
Type ‘picture message’ into the search box and press the 'Search' button.
Click on the ‘Write and send picture messages’ link from the search results to view instructions for your device.
Follow the instructions to send your PXT. NOTE: If your phone is PXT capable but isn't listed, refer to the general instructions below to send your PXT.
Select an image, sound file or animation on your phone.
Select ‘options’ and choose 'send'.
Select ‘via MMS’, ‘via multimedia’ or 'message', depending on your device.
Select a recipient from your phone’s contacts or enter their mobile number or email address.
Write a message if you want to add text to your PXT.
Select ‘send’ to send your PXT.