Get US election coverage on mobiles

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You can follow our coverage of the US presidential election on your internet-enabled mobile in the following ways:

A) If you live in the UK, send a text to 81010 and start the message with the word VOTEUSA and we'll send you a link. You'll be sent a link, usually within five minutes, taking you directly to the mobile site.

Note that each SMS message sent to the BBC for this service will cost 10-15p (network charges vary).

You may receive two different messages to ensure you get a format that works on your handset. You will only be charged for the cost of one message.

B) Or you can go to www.bbc.co.uk/mobile/voteusa/ on your device.

C) If you live outside the UK, type www.bbc.com/news into your mobile browser.

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The BBC cannot guarantee that this WAP push message will work on your handset. So far as may be permitted by law, the BBC disclaims all liability for any loss or damage.

The BBC does not charge for mobile content but your operator's downloading costs will apply.

The BBC grants you a non-exclusive licence to audio, video and images only for your personal, non-commercial use and as otherwise set out in the BBC's Terms of Use. You may not download, edit, or use this file for the purpose of promoting, advertising, endorsing or implying a connection with you (or any third party) and the BBC, its agents or employees. The BBC will not be liable for any loss or damage which you may suffer as a result of or connected with the download or use of this file.

If you are not sure whether you can access the internet on your phone, check with your mobile network provider




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