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TextNow Reveals How It Is Helping Customers During COVID-19 Pandemic

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As more and more companies are unveiling their response to the pandemic, wireless provider TextNow has chimed in and revealed how they plan to help their customers too.

The Sprint and T-Mobile MVNO has published its response in a blog post. According to the company, they are inviting displaced individuals from the US and Canada to get in touch with them; especially if they can no longer afford their phone bill. They are extending help as much as they can by offering free phones, service, premium upgrades, and SIM cards.

Right now, the MVNO is offering a free phone with a SIM card and comes with unlimited free calling and texting plan preloaded in it. This is the first time they are offering this to their users in Canada. 

And if you already have a compatible Android or iOS device, you can get a free SIM card so you can stay connected thanks to their Free Nationwide Talk & Text plan. It comes with unlimited calling and texting to the US and Canada at no charge. You can also port in your existing number to this plan under Sprint's network.

The MVNO is also offering a free 10-digit phone number via their free calling and texting app. This is your way of staying connected to your loved ones with unlimited calling and texting access.

The company has also partnered with House of Friendship in Kitchener-Waterloo by sending them devices with preloaded free cellular service as their way of helping the community.

You can get in touch with the MVNO through their Facebook or Twitter account. You can also send them an email at [email protected]

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