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Earthquake Alerts

"M 5.1, Simeulue.
January 12, 2009
22:14:11 GMT"
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Content:Receive text messages with earthquake information.
Frequency:Unlimited based on earthquake activity
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"Earthquake Alerts provides near real-time alerts about earthquakes around the world. Alerts are sent when the earthquakes happen, so you may get them at any time of the day or night, and if it's an active seismic season, you may receive quite a few alerts. This feed only reports on earthquakes of magnitude 5 and greater earthquakes worldwide. You can stop these alerts instantly at any time from your phone or the web."

Content"Earthquake date, time, magnitude, and location"
Frequency"One message per earthquake, typically 3-5 per day, may be more if there are more earthquakes"
Cost$0 (Message and data rates may apply)
CancellationStop your alerts from your phone or the web

Mobile Search Option

"You can also get an earthquake report anytime from your mobile phone. Send a text with the word EARTHQUAKES to 44636 and receive a text message back immediately with latest reported earthquake update. Thought you felt the earth move? Just text 4INFO to find out if an earthquake was reported in your area! Message and Data Rates May Apply. 4INFO mobile search is not case sensitive, so you can send the text in all caps or all lower case, or even a mix - whatever is easiest for you!"

  • If you send EARTHQUAKES
  • You get "EARTHQUAKES
    M 5.1, off the east coast of Honshu, Japan
    January 05, 2009
    23:52:55 GMT"

Examples you can text to 44636



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