Free takes a stand in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine . The telephone operator is launching a free mobile plan for all Ukrainian refugees on French soil, Le Figaro reports on Tuesday. This package allows users to make unlimited calls to landlines and mobiles in Ukraine and to obtain 4 hours of calls per month to mobiles and landlines in mainland France and Poland.
On the SMS side, they are unlimited for the three countries of France, Poland and Ukraine. MMS meanwhile, are unlimited in mainland France. Regarding Internet speed, Free grants 10 GB of data per month from mainland France in 4G/4G +. Which will provide the means to converse via social networks.
Until May 31
“Faithful to its values of mutual aid and solidarity, Iliad (the parent company of Free) continues to support the Ukrainian community,” the company said in a press release . Called “Solidarity Ukraine”, this package can be subscribed to in the 165 shops in the territory before May 31. After this date, the plan will no longer be active. You have to remember to bring “a Ukrainian international passport”, warns the operator.
Free reacted very quickly to the Ukrainian conflict. From the end of February, the operator had indicated that calls and SMS to Ukraine were included in all its packages.