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Eye-lert Wireless Terms and Conditions


In order to use the Eye-lert services, you must use your own wireless device that is capable of two-way messaging and be a wireless subscriber with text messaging services from a participating mobile carrier.

To subscribe to Eye-lerts, please visit [www.cbs.com]. You will receive up to 10 messages per month. Message and data rates may apply. To unsubscribe from Eye-lert at any time, send STOP to 55355. For help, please send HELP to 55355 or email [email protected]


The following carriers are participating in the Eye-lert program:

Alltel, Appalachian Wireless, AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Boost, Cellcom, Cellular One, Cellular One of East Central Illinois, Cellular South, Centennial Wireless, Cincinnati Bell, Immix Wireless, Revol Wireless, Sprint, Unicel, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless, Virgin Mobile, and West Central Wireless.

You are responsible for all message and data rates that may apply to your use of the Eye-lert service. Your mobile carrier may put these charges on your mobile bill or may deduct them from your prepaid account.

CBS Interactive offers the Eye-lert service on an “as is” basis. You may not be able to access the Eye-lert service in all locations, and the Eye-lert service may be affected by changes made by your wireless carrier. We are not responsible for any damages from your use of the Eye-lert service and may change or discontinue the service at any time. CBS Interactive and its vendors are not responsible for any technical problems, including without limitation: lost, incomplete, late, damaged, or misdirected text messages; failures of phones, wireless networks, servers, or other electronic devices;
errors, interruptions, or delays in transmission; traffic congestion; or for any other technical problem.



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