What are Verizon FiOS Alerts?
Verizon FiOS Alerts are SMS messages that contain test messages for Verizon FiOS Alerts.

How do I sign up for Verizon FiOS Alerts?
Testers join Verizon FiOS Alerts by texting TEST to the short code 51973. You will only receive Verizon FiOS Alerts during the testing period. Messages are on-going. Verizon FiOS Alerts are not mobile spam.

Is it free?
Although all Verizon FiOS Alerts are complimentary, messages and data rates may apply. Depending on your text plan, you may be charged by your carrier.

What if I don't want to receive any more promotional messages?
To stop receiving any Verizon FiOS Alerts, simply text STOP to the short code 51973. After doing so you will no longer receive any Verizon FiOS Alerts.

What if I want back in?
You can start receiving Verizon FiOS Alerts again by following any of the steps outlined above section: "How do I sign up for Verizon FiOS Alerts".

What if I want more info?
To request more info simply text HELP to the shortcode 51973.

STOP: At any time users can text STOP to the shortcode 51973. This will prevent them from receiving any future Verizon FiOS Alerts.

HELP: At any time users can text HELP to the shortcode 51973. Texting "HELP" will return the following message:Verizon: For more info on VZ FiOS alerts email customersupport@verizon.com or call 1-800-VERIZON. Reply STOP to stop Msg&Data rates may apply.

What are the Participated Carriers?
AT&T, T-Mobile®, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, Boost, U.S. Cellular, Cellular One, MetroPCS, ACS/Alaska, Bluegrass Cellular, Cellular One of East Central Illinois, Centennial Wireless, Cox Communications, EKN/Appalachian Wireless, GCI, Illinois Valley Cellular, Immix/Keystone Wireless, Inland Cellular, Nex-Tech Wireless, Rural Cellular Corporation, Thumb Cellular, United Wireless, West Central (WCC), Cellcom, Cellsouth, Cricket, and Virgin Mobile.

*T-Mobile is not liable for delayed or undelivered messages.

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