Verizon Wireless has announced that customers will not be charged for texts or international calls from the U.S. to France.
This comes after the terrorist attacks that happened in Paris on Friday night.
Customers will not be charged from now until November 15.
Home telephone customers can make free calls to France from their landlines now through November 15.
Verizon released a statement saying, "Verizon and more than its 170,000 employees worldwide want to extend their condolences and offer support to all their friends in France. In the wake of the unprecedented Paris attacks, Verizon is supporting customers by offering free calling from the United States to Frank through the weekend to help customers connect with family and friends."
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