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Verizon Joins in – Makes Calls to Japan Free Until April 10th

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It is nice to see carriers helping out customers with family, friends, and loved ones devastated by the earthquake in Japan. Verizon has joined AT&T in offering free calls to Japan from March 11th until April 10th which is later than AT&T. Most wireless and residential customers can make free calls to Japan as long as they are post paid customers. The calls will simply be rated at $0.00 per minute and customers with the Verizon World Plan can call without it using their minutes. They will also be waiving charges for phone card users making long distance calls to Japan.

You can find the full details at this link

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  1. if only my country’s telco were as so..

    I just watched a National Geographic Documentary, they said the next was on the West side where Portland is. With its impact at least 10x greater than Japan’s!

  2. Telus is also offering free calls to Japan

  3. In my opinion, in an effort for contact and relief aids, all carriers should offer free call to Japan for 30 to 60 days

  4. I think it’s great that AT&T and Verizon have done this. I do wonder what the status of phone service in Japan is now though. I would imagine that both landlines and cell towers were affected.

  5. Nice to see all these big companies offering things like this. Sometimes talking to someone is better then money

  6. Very nice to see this too

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