Remind announced on Friday January 25th that Verizon Wireless has decided to reverse its earlier decision to charge Remind additional fees to send SMS/Text messsages to users. As a result, Remind can continue to offer SMS/Text notifications as part of the Remind service. There will be no service disruption for Verizon Wireless customers.
All students, regardless of their wireless carrier, now have three FREE ways to receive Remind notifications. They can continue to receive SMS/Text message notificatoins on all mobile devices, or they can chosse to utilize one of these othervFREE options:
On your phone: Turn on smartphone notifications (RECOMMENDED)
Download the free Remind app on the iOS App Store, on Google Play, or at rmd.me/a
. If you don’t already have a Remind account, create one using the phone number where you receive Remind texts. Make sure to enable push notifications from Remind on your phone
On your computer: Turn on email notifications
Go to Remind.com
on any computer. As above, if you don’t already have a Remind account, create one using the phone number where you receive Remind texts. Turn on email notifications for your account
so you don’t miss any messages.