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What Wireless Carriers Support Short Codes?

In the United States, the following wireless carriers are able to support short code messaging. This means that customers using any of the wireless carriers below should be able to interact with any given SMS short code, as long as that short code has been provisioned on the wireless carrier.

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