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Charges are the same for placing or receiving on Sprint AIRAVE as they are as part of your specific plan.
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WEAs will be delivered to FEMA by authorized State and local public safety/emergency agencies; by the National Weather Service and other authorized federal public safety/emergency agencies; and by the President of the United States.
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WEA messages are free.
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While Virgin Mobile has enabled WEA to be available anywhere on the Sprint Nationwide Network, Virgin Mobile does not control when local and Federal agencies begin sending messages.
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WEA messages sent to Virgin Mobile phones are sent to a specific geography and broadcast to all WEA capable phones.
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Sign into My Account and head to My Benefits to see an entire history of the codes and coupons you’ve downloaded. If the code isn’t there, try downloading the offer again from the  Member Benefits page . Still can’t find it? We’ll help you track it down. Just head over to  Contact Us , fill out the form, and we’ll get right back to you.
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The expiration date of all Member Benefit offers will be listed on the offer page and will be listed under “My Benefits.” If an offer expires, don’t worry—we’re working hard to get you more great benefits, so make sure you head back to the Member Benefit page regularly.
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There may be a delay in gathering and displaying your voice, text, and data usage.  Learn more .
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 I f you hear two short beeps when placing a call, you've latched on to a Sprint AIRAVE ®  in the vicinity.
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Once you’ve grabbed your code or coupon from the Member Benefit page, head straight to the featured merchant to redeem. The offer detail page will provide redemption details, like whether you can redeem in-store, online or both and the expiration date of the offer, if any.
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Yes. 911 service works with AIRAVE.
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Nope! Checking eligibility has no effect on your current/existing phone service. Nothing will happen until you authorize us to transfer your number to Virgin Mobile and the transfer is completed.
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It’s easy to move your iCloud/iTunes when you switch your phone.  
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Wireless traffic between the mobile device and the AIRAVE uses CDMA encoding, same as on the Sprint Nationwide Network.
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Update your greeting and password
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Question  Once I updated to Oreo on my Note 8, why do I have abnormal tint colors from the handset display? Answer  Install and/or open the Google Play Books application. Tap on any previously downloaded ebook or select Shop and download any FREE SAMPLE shown under Start a Free Preview.       Once ebook launches, tap Aa in the upper right-hand portion of the screen      Click the settings wheel icon in the upper right Tap the word SETTINGS next to 'Night Light'     Turn Night Light to Off    
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Member Benefits are ongoing offers for Inner Circle members. We’ll be adding new Benefits all the time; click here   to learn more and view the latest Member Benefit offers.
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  We suggest that you wait to set up your voicemail mailbox until after your service is fully transferred. If you set up your voicemail mailbox prior to this, all messages and settings (including your greeting and password) will be lost when the number you have transferred becomes active.
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  While roaming on a partner network, your device will indicate that you’re roaming. You can distinguish any roaming that counts against your monthly roaming limits from Extended coverage by checking the coverage map on virginmobileusa.com/coverage .
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Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), also known as CMAS, is a part of a national alerting system called IPAWS (Integrated Public Alert and Warning System) that enables emergency management officials to rapidly disseminate the warnings and safety information via text alerts to wireless phones based on the phones’ geographic location.
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