03/21/2013 Updated on  02/11/2018|Verizon News Archives

Don’t miss an important message again. Download Verizon’s Integrated Messaging app.

Message+ lets you see your texts on all of your devices at once.

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Messaging app on mobile phones

Say you’re waiting on a really important message from a loved one. What if you accidentally drop your phone? Or your battery runs out and you don’t have a charger handy? Or an escaped chimpanzee suddenly grabs your phone and runs off with it?

Integrated Messaging can help make sure you don’t miss important messages in everyday situations like these.

With Integrated Messaging through the Message+ app, a message sent to your Verizon Wireless number will be delivered to your phone, computer and tablet – all at the same time. That makes it easy to stay on top of your texts as you switch between devices.

How does Message+ Integrated Messaging work?

Using the Message+ app on your phone, tablet, computer or the web will automatically subscribe you to the Integrated Messaging service. You can also sign up for Integrated Messaging on the web by signing in to My Verizon from the My Messaging page and clicking Go to Web App.

Then, whenever someone sends you a message, the message will simultaneously be delivered to your other devices and stored on the Verizon cloud for up to 90 days unless you delete it. Messages can also be stored indefinitely on an SD card.

Integrated Messaging is a convenient solution available for when your phone is out of reach or for those times when you just can’t use your phone. It’s just one more way Verizon is making your mobile life easier.

Learn more and download the Message+ app

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