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(WVVA) - Thank you to everyone who responded to WVVA's messages to re-opt-in to our school closings, weather alerts, special offers and other text alert products.

Like many other text message providers, we asked you to agree to some new terms, to comply with federal consumer protection law that took effect this week. So many other companies were also asking their subscribers to re-opt-in that the computer systems designed to deliver those messages have been flooded over the past few days -- sometimes resulting in messages being delayed or not getting through.

If you expected but did not receive a message asking you to say "OK" to the new terms -- or you're not sure the process worked as it should have -- checking your account status is simple.

If you want to make sure you're still signed up, go to this page, enter your cell phone number and click the Submit button.

If your number is still registered in our system, you will be taken to a page to edit your preferences.

If your number has been deleted from our system, you will see the message 'Invalid phone number. Try again.' If you get this message, don't fret -- it only takes a few seconds to sign up again.

To sign up again -- or to sign up for the first time -- click here and fill out the form. You will be able to choose any text services you want, from breaking news and weather alerts to school closings and other mobile offers.

Once you've signed up, you will enjoy the text messages you've come to depend on -- served to you just like they always have been.  They're fast and free, although your carrier's standard data rates may apply.

More information: http://www.wvva.com/category/216705/mobile-information-and-faqs

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