Setting up Your Account with International Services: To place international long distance calls from the United States to an international destination, your account needs to be International Services Enabled. You can add this service to your account if you have a 90-day payment history and your account is in good standing. If you have been a customer for less than 90 days, Verizon Customer Service will need to perform a manual account review before these services can be added. Some plans may already have International Services Enabled and any international calls will be charged according to your plan. If your account situation changes, we may remove this service from your account without notice.
Calling or messaging International destinations while you are in the United States.
International Long Distance: You need International Services Enabled to make international calls to most countries from the U.S., but you can make calls to some North American destinations, including Canada, without it. If you are traveling outside of the U.S., International Services Enabled is required if you want to call a country other than the U.S. or the country where you are traveling. Please go to http://www.verizonwireless.com/landingpages/international-long-distance-in-us/ for details, pricing, and other plan details related to calling international destinations from the U.S. Please note, additional surcharges apply when calling certain countries. Verizon reserves the right to temporarily block calls to any country without notice.
Rates and included countries are subject to change. Applicable International Long Distance per minute charges are in addition to domestic airtime or international roaming rates. International Long Distance service is for direct communications between 2 people; certain numbers (e.g. conference and chat lines, premium numbers, etc.) are not included and may be blocked. Please go to http://www.verizonwireless.com/landingpages/international-long-distance-in-us/ for details, pricing, and other plan details related to calling international destinations from the U.S. Verizon reserves the right to temporarily block calls to any country without notice.
International Text, Picture and Video Messaging: You can send Text/Picture/Video messages to international numbers, but you should check if the service is available with the foreign carrier of the person to whom you are trying to send a message. More information on texting can be found in the Call and Text from the U.S. section at http://www.verizonwireless.com/landingpages/international-long-distance-in-us/.
SIM Cards: You are responsible for any use of your SIM Card and must safeguard the security codes associated with it. Upon termination of your Verizon Wireless service, please destroy your SIM Card.