SafeLink Wireless SMS Short Code

70133 Short Code

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Last Updated: January 8, 2017

Short Code Owner Information

Business/Organization: SafeLink Wireless
Address: 9700 N.W. 112th AVE
City: Medley
State: FL
Zip Code: 33178
Email Address:
Phone Number: (305) 715-6500

Basic Short Code Information

Short Code Number: 70133

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Short Code Length: 5-Digit Short Code
Short Code Activation Date: 6/30/15
Short Code Deactivation Date: N/A
Short Code Type: Dedicated Short Code

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Vanity Short Code Style: Non-Vanity Short Code

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Vanity Short Code Spelling: N/A
Messaging Types: Not Provided
Supported Wireless Carriers:

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  • Cincinnati Bell
  • Leap Wireless
  • United States Cellular Corp
  • Verizon
  • T-Mobile
  • Alltel-Allied
  • AT&T
  • Cellular South
  • IWireless
  • Metro PCS
  • Virgin Mobile
  • Boost Mobile
  • Union Telephone
  • nTelos
  • TracFone (AT&T)
  • West Central Wireless
  • Bluegrass Cellular
  • Carolina West Wireless
  • Rural Independent Network Alliance
  • East Kentucky Network
  • Illinois Valley Cellular
  • Inland Cellular
  • Nex Tech Communications
  • Pine Cellular
  • DTC Wireless
  • Boost-CDMA
  • CellCom
  • Immix
  • ECIT
  • Alaska Communications Systems (ACS)
  • United Wireless
  • GCI Communications
  • Thumb Cellular
  • Cross Wireless
  • Chat Mobility
  • Northwest Missouri Cellular
  • Pioneer Cellular
  • Panhandle Wireless
  • Element Mobile
  • Golden State Cellular
  • Viaero Wireless
  • Plateau Wireless
  • Cellular One
  • Cleartalk (Flat Wireless)
  • Epic Touch
  • Mosaic Telecom
  • Mobi
  • PCS
  • Peoples Wireless
  • Duet IP
  • Chariton Valley Cellular
  • SouthernLINC
  • MobileNation/SI Wireless
  • MTA Wireless/Matanuska
  • Kenai SRT Communications
  • MetroPCS/T-Mobile
  • US Aio Wireless
  • Sagebrush Cellular
  • Google Voice

Short Code Campaign Information

Campaign Name: Safelink Marketing Alerts
Campaign Type: Subscription
Campaign URL: Not Provided
Campaign Status: Active
Campaign Terms & Conditions:
Campaign Support Phone Number: 1 (800) 867-7183
Campaign Support Email Address: Not Provided
Campaign Description:

SafeLink Wireless is currently leasing the non-vanity short code number 70133. The SafeLink Wireless short code 70133, is registered in the with the CSCA - Common Short Code Administration, as a standard rate short code, and is used in the Mobile Carrier industry.

For more information about the short code 70133, text the word "HELP" to 70133, or call their short code customer support telephone number at 1 (800) 867-7183. Did you receive a text message from 70133, and you want to opt-out? You can opt-out from receiving SafeLink Wireless text messages at anytime, simply replying to any message received from 70133, with the word "STOP".

Campaign Content:
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Campaign Language: Not Provided
Campaign Opt-in Keyword: Not Provided

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Opt-in Type: Not Provided
Campaign Launch Date: Not Provided


  1. Safelink Survivor on November 7, 2019 at 2:22 am

    It seems pointless to send a text requesting users to reply with ‘A’ to continue their Safelink services AND to reply with ‘STOP’ if you don’t wish to receive seemingly ‘required’ texts to keep your service. If you don’t respond with ‘A’ and that closes your service, fine. But it should state that instead of being vague about what ‘STOP’ actually does. As some have stated, if you contact Safelink (using their provided numbers) you often connect with representatives from some other agency – likely the wireless service provider. This relationship is awkward for the user and almost all reps don’t indicate WHO they work for at the time of the call… unless you ask; but, even then, they’re shady about it. And since the wireless provider has no idea whether you’re still qualified or not for Safelink, they ‘cannot help you’ with those concerns….so being forced to contact them when you actually want Safelik or the other way around is really frustrating. I, too, kept getting my service ‘cutoff’ almost every month for the first 6 months due to lack of usage (the required 1 phone call per month BS) I made plenty of phone calls in each month but they continued to cut me off, requiring a phone call to Safelink (albeit a representative who always has to transfer me to the appropriate agency) to complain and reset my service. Such a pain! And no matter how many times I would complain about how annoying this system is, they continued to tell me it was my fault for not making enough calls. Yes, they got me reconnected, BUT it took multiple calls, multiple representatives (including supervisors) and some phone restarts. This is NOT a well-thought out service and too much effort has been spent on capturing tax dollars instead of quality service provision. Typical in the US where poor people are considered less than important and low quality service and products are ‘good enough’ for them.

  2. Aaron Miller on March 13, 2019 at 5:42 am

    No matter what the question is, the answer is aliens!

  3. Speechless on October 2, 2017 at 10:30 am

    Can anyone explain why I got a message saying that the message that I tried to send didn’t and now message blocker is activated?

    • Bonnie Lee on June 17, 2018 at 3:05 am

      I don’t know for sure, but it’s possible the person you were trying to text had blocked you.

    • Ashley Gomez on March 15, 2019 at 1:27 pm

      I had the same problem. Turns out I forgot to do the annual recertification so Safelink ended my service. It was resolved by calling Safelink and explaining what was going on. My phone was back in service within 5 minutes of talking to someone from their support team.

    • Anonymous on August 18, 2019 at 3:35 am

      they are out of minutes or phone hasnt been paid

  4. Anonymous on February 21, 2017 at 8:45 am

    I received a message from 701-33 and received a message telling me to text back help for more info but then a message came in that said n/a as well

  5. MJK on February 6, 2017 at 5:46 am

    I got a text from 84260 saying my service was suspended. Has anyone else rcvd this?

    • Denise Varadi on March 15, 2017 at 8:45 am

      I got the same text from 842-60. From Safelink and they kept texting me to reply “A”. I got a text telling me my service was suspended and before that I got emails telling me I didn’t make at least one phone call for the month, which wasn’t true. My phone is still working, so I must have service.

    • guest on May 15, 2017 at 4:31 am

      Today I got a text from 84260 claiming to be from Safelink. It reads “Welcome to Safelink! Please reply ‘A’ to accept your service. Reply ‘STOP’ to no longer receive these messages.”

      I was suspicious, but since I had not yet received a welcome message from Safelink and my texts are free, I tried to reply ‘A’. I got an alert that said if I sent the reply, my service would be changed. Now I have no idea what to do and have not been able to contact Safelink. Safelink, like *all* providers of the free government phone service get *horrible* reviews online. I only signed up because I am disabled and on a very restricted budget until I am well enough to return to work. I opted to receive a phone they provide rather than using my own device. I was afraid they’d screw up my good phone that I will want to use again when I can again afford to buy my choice of service. I don’t know what to do now. The suspicious text seems to give a no win situation, so it appears to be a scam, but with the horrible reviews I see about Safelink, I can’t help but wonder if the scam is from Safelink itself.

      According to the FCC, the free government phone service (called Lifeline) was put in use in 1985. All U.S. citizens, whether or not you are a user, should do an online search of this service and the companies who have partnered with the government to provide the free service. There is an *enormous* number of complaints about every single cell provider of Lifeline. It appears that tax dollars are being paid to these companies, but that the companies are not providing the service promised to the customers, or perhaps are not regulating themselves to prevent scammers from wasting tax dollars, or stealing free minutes from legitmitely qualified consumers.

      • Deborah Ford on July 4, 2017 at 9:40 am

        I also received the 84260 message, which is very confusing. I suppose they mean if you don’t want them to text you any more messages text STOP.

      • Anonymous on July 27, 2017 at 11:03 am

        Have had no problem with Safelink in over two years

      • Kellie on March 6, 2018 at 11:44 pm

        Ok, first of all, there will always be people who moan and groan and complain online about their free phone and service no matter what so you have to take all of the negative feedback with a grain of salt. As far as Safelink ‘screwing up your good phone’…how could that happen???? But that is your choice so that’s that. I have had my Safelink phone since 2008 and have never had a single problem with the company. They have always been very helpful when I had any problems whatsoever be it with the phone itself or the service. And lastly, I have never once had a problem getting ahold of them.

        • ThePParadigm on October 3, 2019 at 10:18 am

          Lemme get this straight: BECAUSE you claim to never have had a problem with Safelink it must mean that all those who do (and it appears a great many people DO have a problem with Safelink and its services) are moaners and groaners and ungrateful for a ‘free service’? It isn’t FREE – there’s still a price to pay for being poor or disabled. Really a shame that you felt the need to chime in to shame others. Perhaps you’re not that grateful either.

          • Apple on December 24, 2019 at 10:43 am

            Fact ! The service isn’t free as safelink and many other companies receive a very healthy and steady stream of money for the safelink program contracts they have agreed to , FOR A FEE , paid for without interruption by tax dollars.
            Since when is a contract not to be lived up to because of any reason ?
            People who get the free service are NOT the FREELOADERS !
            The Contractors(SAFELINK AND OTHERS) who fail to provide service they have agreed to and been paid generously for are not living up to the CONTRACTED agreed upon service.

      • Anonymous on January 18, 2019 at 3:36 pm

        I recieved that same text and i replied A and what happened i had no idea but i could not log into my voice mail then i tried to make an account online using my info and it said i didnt exist with them. Now i think maybe i was sim swapped or something. Weird shit…

    • Gwen Rupert on December 23, 2017 at 1:55 am

      I just received the 84260 thing. I had been receiving the notifications (sometimes 6 and 8 at a time) for a while so I called Safelink. The first time I called the woman (who I could hardly understand said I had to make at least 2 calls and 4 texts each month. I asked her why it says in the contract I only have to make 1 call a month. She said it will not register that I made any calls if I only make 1. Needless to say I called back and asked to speak with a manager. When she came on the line I told her the situation and she said that was not one of their agents. She said someone had intercepted their number. She assured me we only need to make 1 call per month to keep our service active.

  6. jeb on January 7, 2017 at 6:26 am

    i got a text from 70133 and it said [/TF 335840160010100810 n/a] in the text feild whay does it mean

    • Angelo on February 10, 2018 at 2:30 am

      Did u google it?

    • Anonymous on October 24, 2019 at 1:53 am

      I just got the same txt

  7. Anonymous on December 31, 2016 at 3:47 am

    It said n/a

  8. Anonymous on September 22, 2016 at 7:41 am

    If any of you actually read the article you would see where it tells you to reply with ‘help’. They text back giving you the option to unsubscribe from their marketing texts.

    • guest on May 15, 2017 at 4:34 am

      Anonymous, if you had actually read the comments on this thread, you would have seen that people did reply and received “n/a” to their replies.

    • Anonymous on August 6, 2018 at 4:00 am

      I now that someone is stealing my money swit hi g names this is a bunch crap best pay up now

      • Bonnie Bennett on November 20, 2019 at 3:40 am

        I received a text from 780-11 saying [/ //TF 335840160010100810n/a]

        Whats this mean? I tried googling it and don’t understand it

  9. Anonymous on September 22, 2016 at 5:03 am

    same here. message that only says n/a

  10. lrgvanman on September 21, 2016 at 10:03 pm

    I received a text only with the n/a message. What’s up with that?

  11. Anonymous on September 21, 2016 at 6:02 am

    They sent me a text and tho only thing it said was n/a

    • Peter on October 6, 2019 at 1:25 am

      Me too, but I put my safelink SIM card in another working phone, I have not receive 84260 msg anymore.

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