Terms – (473774) Pepsi Partnership Terms and Conditions
What are Pepsi Partnership Alerts?
Pepsi Partnership Alerts are SMS and MMS messages that provide special offers and additional sales information.
How do I sign up for Pepsi Partnership Alerts?
To join any program associated with this short code, text the “KEYWORD”. You may then receive future alerts sent directly to your cell phone. By subscribing, customers will get special offers and additional sale information. recurring msgs/mo. Pepsi alerts are not mobile spam.
Is it free?
Although all Pepsi Partnership messages are complimentary, message and data rates may apply. Depending on your text plan, you may be charged by your carrier. Customers are not required to opt in (directly or indirectly) as a condition of purchasing any property, goods, or services.
What if I don’t want to receive any more alert messages?
To stop Pepsi Partnership Alerts, simply text STOP to the short code 473774. You will receive 1 final text message confirming your decision to unsubscribe.
What if I want back in?
You can start receiving Pepsi Partnership Alerts again by following any of the steps outlined in the above section: How do I Sign Up For Pepsi Alerts?
What if I want more info?
To request more info simply text HELP to the short code 473774.
Stop: At any time you can text STOP to the short code 473774. This will prevent you from receiving any future Pepsi Alerts.
At any time you can text HELP to the short code 473774. For more info please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (877) 282-7660. Text STOP to cancel alerts. Message and data rates may apply.
What are the Participating Carriers?
AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, Virgin, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Cricket (Leap), MetroPCS, C Spire, Carolina West Wireless (CWW), CellCom, and Bandwidth.
Alerts sent via SMS or MMS may not be delivered to you if your phone is not in the range of a transmission site, or if sufficient network capacity is not available at a particular time. Even within coverage, factors beyond the control of Verizon and T-Mobile/MetroPCS may interfere with messages delivery for which the carrier is not responsible.