To deactivate your account go to www.MessageMe.Harvard.edu. Click on "Register/Update” and log in. The cell phone(s) you registered will be listed. Scroll to the bottom of the page and Click on "Opt-Out" to remove the number (s) from the system. This will deactivate your account.
The cellular network will transmit up to 160 characters of text in one SMS message. If the sender exceeds that character limit, the cellular network will break the message up and send several messages. Please note: if you do receive multiple messages, make sure you are reading them in order. SMS messages that are broken up in the network do not always arrive in sequential order on your cell phone. Check your message. You may see a note that says 2/2 or 1/2, meaning part 2 of 2 messages, or part 1 of 2 …
NO. Our text messaging provider enforces a ZERO SPAM policy which clearly prohibits unsolicited messages. Further our text messaging provider does not sell or share the contact information of our subscribers to third party marketers.
Maybe. Depending on your wireless carrier provider and the plan you have, you may be charged a nominal fee (i.e approximately 10 or 15 cents) to receive SMS text messages. If you have an unlimited text messaging plan, there would be no additional charge