To access WKYT’s mobile site, simply point your wireless browser to http://www.WKYT.com/mobi and bookmark this address for continuous use.
How do I Launch the website from a Text Message?
How do I Launch the website from my Cell Phone Browser?
What do I need to get WKYT mobile access from my mobile phone?
First, you will need a phone with data access capabilities and a web browser. On some phones you'll see a link marked "Web," "Internet," or "Browser" as soon as the phone is powered up. The link may also be named after your particular phone provider's service.
Secondly, you need to key-in the following address: http://www.WKYT.com/mobi. Be sure to bookmark this address for future use. If you need help bookmarking the address, consult your phone's user manual.
What exactly is data access?
Data access allows you to browse the web via your mobile device. Using your mobile web browser typically won't use up minutes on your calling plan, but you'll need a data plan in order to use a Web browser on your phone. Check with your carrier for specific pricing details. Coverage may differ depending on your carrier and phone.
How do I know if my mobile phone will support web browsing?
Consult your user's manual or check with your telephone manufacturer.
I've accessed the WKYT mobile Web site, but I'm having problems getting the system to respond.
Check to see if you can access other URLs. If not, you may be out of the area covered by your service provider. If you can access other URLs, there may be a temporary problem with the site. Try again later. If the problem persists, however, send us an e-mail at email@example.com.
How can I cancel or change my text alerts?
The easiest way to cancel your alert service is to reply ‘stop’ to one of your alerts. This will cancel your service for that particular alert category. For example, if you are signed up for breaking news and weather and you reply ‘stop’ to a weather alert, you will be removed from the weather alert service. If you want to turn off all alerts, reply to one with 'stop all', and we will cancel all of your alerts.