Verizon, Sprint and AT&T offer free calls to Belgium following attacks [Update: T-Mobile, too]
AT&T, Sprint and Verizon have all announced that customers in the U.S. can call and text numbers in Belgium free of charge for a number of days in the wake of attacks in that country today.
Sprint's CEO Marcelo Claure used his Twitter feed to announced the carrier's plans:
.@Sprint, @virginmobileusa & @boostmobile will waive fees for customer call/texts to & from #Belgium thru March 31 pic.twitter.com/vupjfXwnv8.@Sprint, @virginmobileusa & @boostmobile will waive fees for customer call/texts to & from #Belgium thru March 31 pic.twitter.com/vupjfXwnv8— MarceloClaure (@marceloclaure) March 22, 2016March 22, 2016
Verizon's free calling offer also includes Turkey, which experienced its own attacks a few days ago:
Update: T-Mobile is also offering free calls to both Belgium and Turkey:
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