Option 3: a user may request Package Delivered updates on their package, which means that a Text Tracking message will be sent to the user's mobile device once the package has been delivered.
The chart below provides the allowable keywords to be used in conjunction with a specific tracking number and explains the response.
The keyword must follow the number (e.g., 9205512345678912345678 DND). Text "KEYWORD" to 28777 (2USPS) to get this listing of definitions sent to your mobile device.
If you send a "STOP" request to 2USPS, you will need to opt-in again prior to participating in USPS Text Tracking.
Additionally, if you make your request via usps.com, you will be required to reply "YES" to a welcome message to confirm that you do, in fact, want to participate.
You may text "STOP" (or any of the following equivalents: "ARRET", "UNSUBSCRIBE", "CANCEL", or "QUIT") to 28777 (2USPS) any time that you wish to stop receiving tracking messages on your mobile device from USPS.
Note that if you send "STOP" to 2USPS, this stops all active Text Tracking requests for any tracking numbers where you had previously requested Text Tracking.
In such cases, USPS will confirm the request was received, even if the desired text update cannot be sent at that time.
For example: USPS Text Tracking: Alert update has been applied to 01123456789123456789 Or USPS 01123456789123456789: Request for Delivery Exception Updates confirmed Some customers may prefer not to receive text messages during non-business hours.
The mobile operators participating in this campaign are AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile®, Boost Mobile, Cricket, Virgin Mobile USA, Metro PCS, U. Cellular®, Ntelos, Cellular South, Cincinnati Bell, Centennial, Bluegrass, Appalachian Wireless, Revol, Illinois Valley, United Wireless, Inland Cellular, West Central Cellular, ECIT, Immix, Nex-Tech, Pocket Com USA, Pioneer Wireless USA, Simmerty US, Union Wireless, Cellcom.