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Will I be charged for SMS mobile text alerts?
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How do I manage my e-mail newsletter subscriptions?
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Once logged in, select the subscribe button next to the newsletters you wish to receive via e-mail. Once you have completed your selections you will receive a confirmation message by e-mail stating your recent updates.
How do I unsubscribe from e-mail newsletters?
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How do I manage my SMS text alert subscriptions?
To manage your SMS text alert subscription preferences, visit http://alerts.nbcnews.com. On your mobile device, text the alert name to the corresponding short code to sign up for the alert(s) you would like to receive. Once you have submitted your text you will receive a reply via text message confirming your subscription.
How do I unsubscribe from SMS mobile text alerts?
Using your mobile device, reply to the SMS mobile text alert with the word STOP. You will be unsubscribed from all alerts sent from that number.
I am receiving unwanted email newsletters. How do I stop them?
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Can I change how often e-mail newsletters and SMS mobile text alerts get sent to me?
Unfortunately, frequency controls are not available at this time. Most e-mail newsletters are sent five times per week. For specific newsletter frequency listings and other details about each individual newsletter go to http://newsletters.nbcnews.com and select the preview link next to a newsletter. For SMS frequency information, visit http://alerts.nbcnews.com.
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