Wireless Emergency Alert Capable Devices
WEA is a public safety system that allows customers who own certain wireless phones and other compatible mobile devices to receive geographically-targeted, text-like messages alerting them of imminent threats to safety in their area.
Appalachian Wireless transmits wireless emergency alerts throughout its entire geographic service area, but not all devices are equipped to receive wireless emergency alerts. The devices listed below are WEA-capable, meaning that they are capable of receiving wireless emergency alerts. Some devices may require that you download software updates or change the controls in your settings to receive alerts. If you have questions, please consult your user manual, or you may contact a sales associate who will attempt to assist you.How to change WEA settings on Apple iPhone How to change WEA settings on Android Devices
|iPhone 6s Plus|
|iPhone 7 Plus|
|iPhone 8 Plus|
|iPhone XS Max|
|Motorola||Moto G6 Play|
|Galaxy S4 Mini|
|Galaxy S6 Edge|
|Galaxy S7 Edge|
Notice Regarding Transmission of Wireless Emergency Alerts (Commercial Mobile Alert Service)
Appalachian Wireless has chosen to offer wireless emergency alerts within portions of its service area, as defined by the terms and conditions of its service agreement, on wireless emergency alert capable devices. There is no additional charge for these wireless emergency alerts.
Wireless emergency alerts may not be available on all devices or in the entire service area, or if a subscriber is outside of the Appalachian Wireless service area. For details on the availability of this service and wireless emergency alert capable devices, please ask a sales representative, or go to https://www.appalachianwireless.com.
Notice required by FCC Rule 47 CFR 10.240 (Commercial Mobile Alert Service).