All SMS commands are sent to 85080 and always start with LSE
Starts a working-day subscription schedule at the time the command is sent. For example, a START [code] command sent at 9:30 am on Monday will request a text on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday continuously until a STOP [code] is requested.
LSE START VOD
When used on its own, the START command resumes a paused service.
Stops all current subscription schedules related to a given share. For example, if you had 3 schedules set up for Vodafone each day at 9am, 1pm, and 4pm, the STOP [code] command issued with the vodafone code would stop all 3 schedules.
LSE STOP VOD
When used on its own, the STOP command deletes all schedules, which will stop any further SMS messages being sent, until a START command is used to set up a new schedule.
The PAUSE command simply puts your subscription service on hold, until it is resumed with a START command. Any messages that would have been sent while the service is paused are NOT re-sent.
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