Verizon Debuts International Messaging Plan
Jan 21, 2014, 3:20 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Verizon Wireless today unveiled the World Messaging Unlimited promotion, which promises to help reduce the cost of sending messages and making calls to numbers outside the U.S. The plan provides unlimited messaging from the U.S. to most other countries for $5 per month. The World Messaging Unlimited promotion also drops the per-minute rate for voice calls made to landlines or wireless numbers. Such calls made to Canada and Mexico cost just 1 cent per minute, while calls to most Caribbean and Central American countries cost 5 cents per minute. Verizon Wireless didn't say how long the World Messaging Unlimited promotion will be available.
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