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https://www.verizonwireless.com/s...id-19-faqs

http://www.verizonwireless.com/su...countries/

Yes, we're offering free international long distance calling to countries identified by the Center for Disease Control as level 3 impacted by COVID-19. This offer includes customers on both prepaid and postpaid plans.

See the list of Level 3 countries. Charges are waived as of the date the country was added to the Level 3 list.

Postpaid plans
Effective 3/18/20 to 4/30/20
Unlimited calls to mobile and landline phones in Level 3 countries

Includes unlimited calls to mobile and landline phones
Exception: A total of 300 minutes of fee calling provided for calling Iran, Latvia, Lithuania and Slovenia
Prepaid plans
Effective 3/19/20 to 4/30/20
300 additional minutes to call mobile and landline phones in Level 3 countries
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Which are level 3?
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thanks
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Which are level 3?
https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices

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Which are level 3?
see the second link
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they should follow tmo's lead to increasing data access.

I'm thinking of making the switch to tmo not only to save money, but given how well they've behaved recently
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Great gesture by Verizon to help people stay connected during this time.

Although I'd be hesitant to call my relatives overseas without knowing for sure that they won't get hit with some expensive surcharge by their telecom provider for accepting the international calls.

Will stick to free voice calls over wifi for now
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they should follow tmo's lead to increasing data access.

I'm thinking of making the switch to tmo not only to save money, but given how well they've behaved recently
They already did. There is another post on slickdeals which had that announcement for 15gb for all consumers wireless accounts (if not on unlimited)


https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/13938254
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Super cool supper nice.
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Is it automatically added to every account including prepaid? Do I need to call to activate this feature?
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Is it automatically added to every account including prepaid? Do I need to call to activate this feature?
I think you are right
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I think you are right
They say charges are waived off
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The thing with the flu and it's seasonality is that when you go from cold to warm air, your lungs often adjust by sneezing the irritants out. If you ever came across facts on sneezes, this germs can permeate half of a room afterwards until the circulation settles. The problem with a flu is that the infection s spread in the respiratory tract causes pneumonia, which is serious to the elderly and such but not as bad as this coronavirus pandemic. The thing with this pandemic is that weather patterns have been changing and as you know, the Southern Hemisphere has their winter's when we have our summers, or something like that. The ozone layer has been healing and the international laws concerning it has had a good effect but commerce, such as the logging that takes place in the Amazon and Africa is a big factor for water runoff where water holds heat longer than land mass. So, global warming seems to have hit a critical juncture and this virus seems to make an infection where certain common(?) bacteria make it more deadly I think. I say buy more tempered glass, support your parks by letting your county know if your involvement, wash your hands, and stay warm by layering even if you look ridiculous. Putting things like clothes in containers is good and maybe polyester doesn't cause as many dust mites as cotton. Let's overthink this!!!
With all that evidence based knowledge, you would be perfect as a guest on the Dr Oz show.
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A lot of countries are on that list
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