On Friday 11th December 2009 we asked you to send us a picture of yourself using your mobile phone. Here is a selection of what you sent in.
Picture Message day is now over.
Messages to 81199 are no longer free. If a picture of you is on the website that you have not sent in and would like it removed please send the link to us here http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/help/contactus/
Terms and conditions
Between 00.01 and 23.59 on 11th December 2009, the following UK mobile operators have agreed not to charge its subscribers for MMS messages sent to the shortcode 81199 for the day: 3, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Tesco Mobile, Vodafone and Virgin Media. If you have a different mobile operator, you should check before sending an MMS under this promotion. Only MMS messages sent within the times above will be free.
The Republic of Ireland, The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are not included in this promotion. Pictures sent from those countries/territories will be charged.
A MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) message is one which contains a still image. We will only use MMS that contain still images.
Customers must have picture messaging included in their contracts (pre or post paid) and picture messaging must be enabled on their handsets.
Phones which are not locked to the SIM's network might need to have the correct settings installed. These are usually phones which have previously been used on a different network or are being used with 'SIM only' contracts. The correct settings are available from the Mobile Network Operators' websites. Links to these websites and further information are available at www.getsettings.org.
A free automatic reply message will be sent for the first message sent from any mobile number. Subsequent messages from the same mobile number will not receive a reply message
There is no limit as to the number of MMS message sent from one mobile number.
By sending an MMS message under this promotion, sender agrees: (i) to allow the BBC to publish the picture sent to the shortcode 81199, in any relevant platform; (ii) that the picture is a picture of the sender (nobody else should appear on the picture) and that the sender and (no third party) has the right to publish such picture and; (iii) that the sender has obtained bill payer's consent before sending the MMS picture.
The BBC reserves the right to select only some of the pictures for publication. Text messages or pictures of indecent or offensive nature will not be considered.
The BBC accepts no responsibility for any technical failure or malfunction which could result in a message being lost or misrouted or a billing error by the mobile operator.
The BBC reserves the right to cancel or amend this promotion at any time.
The personal data about you will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The BBC will only use your photo for publication on http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/ for 6 months after Picture Messaging Day and may appear on a BBC Radio 1 trail on BBC television channels. Your accompanying phone number will be deleted by the 1st of February.
Your image may be used in a Radio 1 TV trail on BBC television channels and if you are considered to be under the age of 16 you will be contacted to verify parental consent. Your information will not be used for any other purpose and it will not be transferred to any third party. Any identifying imagery e.g. school logos, addresses and names will render the image unusable. Group photos will not be published.
If you are under the age of 16, you must obtain your parent's permission before submitting your photo.
If you are under the age of 13 your image will not be shown.
The BBC may need to edit your contribution for technical or operational. For further information on how the BBC deals with personal information, please see www.bbc.co.uk/privacy.