About The Phoenix 411

The Phoenix 411 is a rapid message distribution network.

You can use The Phoenix 411 to participate in our growing liberty movement. Some things which The Phoenix 411 can be used for include:

  • Locations of speed traps and sobriety checkpoints
  • Reporting unusual or improper police activity (Copwatch)
  • Distress calls in case of roadside detention or imminent arrest
  • Upcoming social events, activities or almost anything else of immediate interest to liberty lovers

Here’s how it works:

  1. To notify people of something, call 1-602-753-0602 and leave a message after the beep. The Phoenix 411 will then distribute an audio file containing your message to everyone who is subscribed to the list.
  2. To receive the audio notifications when someone leaves a message, subscribe to the mailing list.

In addition to email, you can receive messages via podcast (or iTunes).

You can also subscribe most MMS-capable wireless phones and receive the messages directly on your phone whenever you are away from home! To do this, you’ll need to subscribe using your phone’s MMS email address, which may be different from its text email address. (To find out your phone’s MMS email address, email a picture to your home email from your phone, and use the email address it came from.) Keep in mind that your wireless provider may charge you for receipt of MMS messages.

 

Service has been discontinued.

If you are interested in starting it back up, send an email to the.phoenix.four11(at)gmail(dot)com for details.