A significant number of us woke up to a declaration from Remind that they will stop instant message conveyance for educators, understudies, and guardians who use Verizon Wireless administrations. As is clarified here, Verizon has expanded the expense it charges Remind to convey instant messages. That charge will cost Remind multiple times more than it as of now does. In this manner, on January 28th Remind will quit conveying instant messages to Verizon remote supporters.
All things considered, Remind isn't closing down or ceasing instant message conveyance on different remote transporters in the United States. This just influences the individuals who use Verizon remote administrations. Be that as it may, as Verizon is one of the two predominant remote transporters in the U.S. there is a decent shot this could affect half or a greater amount of the general population associated with your Remind account.
In the event that you, your understudies, or your understudies' folks use Remind and Verizon remote, the in-application push notices will in any case work and will be your solitary choice for portable notices other than email. You can get the Remind Android application here and the Remind iPhone application here. Data about empowering message pop-ups and email notices is accessible here.