AT&T offers free calls to Ukraine following Russian invasion
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, AT&T is offering customers free calls to keep in touch with loved ones trying to evacuate.
Telecommunications company AT&T says it is working to support efforts to keep customers connected with loved ones in Ukraine as Russians invade the country.
Effective Saturday, Feb. 26, AT&T said it will offer customers unlimited long-distance calling from the U.S. to Ukraine.
The company said the offer is valid for every consumer and business AT&T Postpaid and Prepaid wireless customer, as well as consumer VoIP and landline customers.
AT&T said unlimited texts to the region are standard with Mobile Share and Unlimited Texting plans.
The offer is set to end on March 7.
AT&T said customers could still get alerts during the period, but accounts will show credits and waived voice charges.
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