translated from Spanish: Phone companies in Mexico to give away «plan» for covid-19

Mexico.- Phone companies Telcel, Movistar and AT&T will give away a package that includes calls and messages, all this, for the duration of the global coronavirus pandemic. The purpose of this plan is that everyone, no matter what economic situation they pass, has the ability to communicate with their loved ones, and thus contribute to maintaining the quarantine recommended by the Ministry of Health.What benefits will you gain?
Effective at least 15 days, the promotion consists of at least 100 minutes of domestic calls and 150 text messages. Each company has different activation method for its programs. Telcel
This company announced via Twitter the above mentioned, added, that «The package friend with you» is for a single occasion. It is activated by sending an SMS with the key CONTIGO, to dial 5050. It should be noted that the text is free of charge.

KR, ✌ during this health contingency you will receive for one time, a ☝ Friend Package With You with: 100 minutes and 150 SMS with a 15-day lifetime at no cost. ⭐ Turn it on with a free SMS with the CONTIGO key to the 5050 dial. Best regards! ⭐CP — Telcel (@Telcel)
April 7, 2020

Users on your network will be able to activate this package from Wednesday, April 8, by making a call to *734256. In order to be able to be a creditor of this promotion, three requirements must be met: You must not have previously activated the package.
Have made a recharge of any value, the past 60 days.
The line does not have any remaining active packages or paid balances. 
The benefits of this telephone operator can be accessed by making a call to *611, or through the AT&T or Unefon website (as applicable), where they must register in a few simple steps. A recharge made in at least the last 90 days is also required as a requirement. You may also be interested: He’s caught coughing on the handle of a gas pumpSelena Gomez will release a luxury version of her album «Rare»Many in Culiacan still don’t respect covid-19 quarantine

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