Mobile FAQ

What are TehachapiNews.com text message (SMS) alerts?

Text Messaging – sometimes called SMS (short messaging service) – is a way of communicating brief messages to and from your cell phone. Most phones can send and receive texts, though you might need to call your phone service carrier to enable the feature on your phone plan.

Which cell phone carriers support TehachapiNews.com alerts?

Nearly any carrier that your cell phone operates on should work. Specifically, our alerts work on:

  • Alltel
  • AT&T (formerly Cingular)
  • Boost
  • Helio
  • Sprint
  • Nextel
  • T-Mobile
  • Verizon
  • Virgin

Most others work as well - just try it!

What kind of alerts do you offer?

Currently TehachapiNews.com provides a Breaking News Alert. If you'd like to receive other alerts, such as Freebies & Offers, Weekend Events, Condors Score Alerts and Classifieds, go to Bakersfield.com/mobile.

What is 661411.com?

661411 is the mobile network of TehachapiNews.com and Bakersfield.com.

How do I sign up for mobile text message alerts?

You can sign up for alerts in two ways. If you are at a computer, visit www.tehachapinews.com/mobile to sign up for as many alerts as you like. Or text TNewsAlerts to 21321.

How do I unsubscribe from TehachapiNews.com text message alerts?

It’s easy. You can simply reply “Stop” to the most recent alert received, However, this will unsubscribe you from ALL TehachapiNews.com alerts.

If you would like to unsubscribe from only one alert, text "stop last" to be unsubscribed ONLY from the list you most recently received an alert from. You can also use stop and the signup keyword to unsubscribe from a particular list. For example, texting "stop events" would unsubscribe you only from the events list.

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