I recently upgraded my plan to "MORE Everything" because International Messaging was promised to be free.
My daughter planned a trip to India and we signed up for International Data to cover her data usage.
When my daughter returned, we were charged $0.50 for each text message that she sent.
How can Verizon advertise free International Messaging on the "MORE Everything" Plan if it isn't free?
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READING the FAQ beforehand helps a lot. Notice the part I bolded and italics
- What is International Messaging? International Messaging is a service that lets you send text and multimedia messages to select international locations from your mobile device. While you’re in the US in the Verizon Wireless coverage area, you can send text messages to over 200 countries and multimedia messages to over 100 countries around the world.