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Quotation Alerts

There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. - William Shakespeare
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Quotation text message alerts offer you words of wisdom, insight, and humor from some of history's greatest minds. Be inspired, or just laugh. Choose to receive quotes daily, or only on select days of the week. You may also select the time of day you want your quote delivered. You can stop these alerts instantly at any time from your phone or the web.

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Mobile Search Option

You can also get an inspirational quote anytime from your mobile phone. Send a text with the words DAILY QUOTE to 44636 and receive a text message back immediately with a quote. It is perfect for searching for inspiration when you have an unexpected free moment. Like Text Alerts, 4INFO does not charge to use mobile search, but standard carrier fees 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 DAILY QUOTE
  • You get If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other. Mother Teresa

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