JingleFeed has several longcodes. A longcode works like any 10 digit phone number that SMS text messages can be sent from a mobile phone.
Various "words" or "commands" included in the body of an SMS text message can be sent to these longcodes in order to access
a variety of mobile content or to issue commands to the JingleFeed service.
The commands are case-insensitive so it doesn't matter whether you use upper or lowercase letters.
For mobile users
JingleFeed does not charge mobile users for accessing mobile websites via JingleFeed CodeWords
(ie: sending text or CodeWords to receive desired information). However, your wireless carrier's standard text messaging
rates apply as well as other carrier-related charges (WAP, MMS, GPRS). Please consult with your carrier for more details about these
charges. Click here for JingleFeed's complete terms and conditions.
Basic Text-Message Commands on JingleFeed
JingleFeed clients are able to reserve their own custom CodeWord,
a character alphanumeric "address" or "shortcut" to their custom mobile web pages.
Texting a seller's CodeWord will return a text message with a link to that seller's mobile web page.
A CodeWord is case-insensitive.
To request our contact information at any time from your mobile phone, text HELP.
Text the word STOP to cancel all incoming messages and/or alerts from JingleFeed.