AT&T offering free calls, texts to Mexico after quake

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 02:39PM
AT&T is offering free calls and text messages to Mexico following the devastating earthquake.

If you're worried about staying in touch with your loved ones impacted by the devastating earthquake in central Mexico, AT&T is waiving charges for calls and text messages from customers in the US to Mexico.

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The waiver, which is in effect until Sept. 21, covers AT&T wireless, prepaid and landline customers. The carrier will issue credits for charges imposed since Sept. 19.

For those in Mexico, AT&T is offering free data, calls and text messages until Sept. 21.

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AT&T says its network is performing normally following the quake, but it recommends text messages over calls due to the possibility of network congestion.

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