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||How it works
| United States (Florida)
|| October 200, by Florida Department of Health
|| Floridians text their zip code to find the nearest HIV testing center.
||Almost 800 messages in its first month and a half
| United States (San Francisco)
|| April 2006, by ISIS, San Francisco Department of Health
||San Franciscans who text “sexinfo” can learn, say, what to do if a condom breaks and how to respond to the pressure to have sex.
||More than 900 inquiries in its first month
|| October 2007, by Marie Stopes International
|| 19SEXTXT (19739898), in country only
|| Anyone in Australia who texts name and address gets two free condoms wrapped in plain packaging.
|| 1,036 condom requests in its first four weeks
|| February 2008, by Text to Change, the AIDS Information Center and Celtel Uganda
|| None; Celtel Uganda sent an HIV quiz to mobile phone subscribers, and they responded by dial pad.
||Those who answered correctly were eligible to win such prizes as mobile airtime and handsets.
||All contestants learned where to get a free HIV test, with participating clinics recording 216 tests—more than a 100 percent increase—
on the campaign’s launch day.