Check with your phone manufacturer or vendor to verify if your phone model supports vCard 3.0, the format in which iPhone sends the vCard.
vCard sent from iPhone using MMS is received as text file
vCard is a file-format standard for electronic business cards. iPhone uses vCard to send Address Book contacts through email or MMS to other computers, phones, or other electronic devices. If you send a vCard through MMS with iPhone to a device other than an iPhone, it may result in the following:
The device may receive the Address Book contact or electronic business card as a text file rather than a vCard.
The information in the received vCard may appear as garbled text on the device.