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The purpose of the domain name registry is to protect cellular and other commercial mobile service (CMRS) wireless consumers from unwanted commercial electronic mail messages, by identifying, for those who send commercial electronic mail messages, Internet domain names used to transmit electronic messages to CMRS consumers. Click here for more information on CAN-SPAM and the rules related to wireless electronic messages.

The collection of domain names below is only for those electronic mail domain names used to offer subscribers messaging specifically for wireless devices in connection with commercial mobile service. Please do not submit any website addresses — this is only for mailing domain names. This web page is to provide a way for companies offering such service to comply with 47 C.F.R. 64.3100(e) and (f).

This is not a list of individual e-mail addresses for a do-not-email list. There is no government-sanctioned list of individual e-mail addresses. This database is for submissions of entire domain names only by wireless providers and those authorized to submit material for such providers.

NOTE: All fields marked with a red asterisk * must be filled in and will only be used by FCC staff to validate your request. Only the Domain Name will be seen by the public.

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Example: If your subscriber’s address for wireless messages is JohnDoe@mobile.fcc.gov, submit mobile.fcc.gov above.

By submitting this, I, the above-named contact, certify that the domain name provided here for placement on the FCC’s wireless domain names list is used for mobile service messaging, meaning messages transmitted directly to a wireless device that is utilized by a subscriber of a commercial mobile service (as such term is defined in section 332(d) of the Communications Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. 332(d)) in connection with such service.

This database will not accept any submission that does not include such a certification.

Carriers that cannot make this submission electronically should contact the Policy Division for the Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau at (202) 418-2512, fax (202) 418-0236, to make alternate arrangements. Please allow plenty of time if such arrangements are necessary.