We’ve put together these consumer tips to help wireless consumers. Please feel free to share with your family and friends.
Online and wireless scams can be dangerous to unsuspecting consumers, so it’s important to know what to be on the lookout for, and what to do if you believe you’ve been scammed.
Wireless today is a fast-paced and constantly technologically-evolving, but potentially dangerous place, if you don’t learn how to use wireless devices and features both safely and responsibly
MyWireless.org believes that ALL American consumers should have equal access to affordable wireless communication in today’s rapidly-evolving marketplace.
You have the ability to find out exactly how much wireless service you’ve used and what it’s costing you, anytime you want. Learn more about how to manage your account.
Wireless is all about keeping us connected. But when it comes to using wireless devices while you’re driving, there is one simple rule everyone needs to remember – Safety always comes first!
In an effort to help expecting and new mothers to increase the health of their babies, the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition (HMHB) launched Text4Baby™.
Today’s wireless devices have incredible capabilities and there are a lot of different service plan options to consider. We want to recommend some questions you should be asking yourself and other helpful tips for you to think about as you think about that important purchase.
Did you know that wireless companies have made a public commitment to make their consumers the most educated and informed around? In 2003, wireless companies signed onto a 10-point “Consumer Code” to address the issues their customers care about most.
As a nation, we are focused on ways to be more environmentally responsible, and through environmentally-minded wireless use, you can make a positive difference.
Wireless companies have partnered with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and the Department of Justice to make AMBER Alerts™ available to wireless consumers via text messages. Wireless AMBER Alerts will significantly increase the reach of the overall AMBER Alert program, by informing people of emergency situations wherever they are.