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Posted on: February 3, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Yellow Pages Consumer Choice and Opt-Out Options

Do you use the telephone directory delivered to your residence on an annual basis? Are you looking for sustainable choices? Did you know that the National Yellow Pages has a website where you can customize your Consumer Choice, including Opt-Out Options?

To access, go online to

Set up an account with your name, address and email.

Yellow Pages will then send you a link to activate your account and a password.

Click on the link, enter the password provided and customize your selections of the number of phone books you would like to receive at your residence. The auto default is one (1) copy of each of the six (6) publications offered in the 96150 zip code. For more sustainable options, you can change your option to “none.”

Thank you and please feel free to forward this information to anyone who may find this useful.

Yellow Pages Consumer Choice and Opt-Out Options
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