Traveling to PyeongChang next month? Use your Verizon plan in South Korea with no international charges

Sign up for Verizon’s reward program and get free TravelPass in South Korea for the month of February so you can call, post, snap and share just like you do at home.

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The biggest sporting event this winter takes place in South Korea next month and thousands of Americans are expected to head there to experience all of the action in person. Share all of the excitement with friends and family, with TravelPass for free for the entire month of February while visiting South Korea. TravelPass makes it easy for you to use your wireless plan just like you do at home without having to worry about international charges.

To get TravelPass at no charge while in South Korea, all you need to do is enroll in Verizon’s rewards program, Verizon Up * and sign up for TravelPass **  by February 28 AND before you use your phone in South Korea in February. Verizon Up gives you the rewards you really want with once-in- a- lifetime experiences, VIP tickets to events, and everyday rewards – all for just for paying your wireless bill. To enroll in Verizon Up, simply download the My Verizon app and follow the easy steps.

“Verizon customers expect and deserve the best, even when traveling abroad,” said Ryan Weikert, director of international services for Verizon. “With great rewards like free TravelPass, thanks to Verizon Up, they have the opportunity to share and savor their experiences in South Korea without having to worry about their wireless bills,” If you don’t enroll in Verizon Up, you can still take advantage of free TravelPass in South Korea for one day on February 9 when the celebrations begin.

Just sign up for TravelPass before you go. TravelPass allows you to take your domestic talk, text and data allowances with you abroad for just $5 a day per line while in Mexico and Canada, and $10 a day per line while in more than 130 destinations.

Signing up for TravelPass is simple. Just download and open the MyVerizon app, select My Plan in the Account tab and choose “Add new plan” under International Services to get started. 

 
 
 

* Verizon Up: Credit earned for every $300 spent on Verizon Wireless products and services paid for on your Verizon Wireless bills, excluding taxes and fees. Credits must be redeemed within 60 days of being deposited into account. Rewards vary by customer.

Participation in Verizon Up may require enrollment in Verizon Selects, which personalizes advertising that customers may receive from Verizon and other companies by using information about customers’ use of Verizon products and services including location, web browsing and app usage data. Learn more about Verizon Selects. Customers can opt out of Verizon Selects at any time. Learn more about Verizon Up.

** 4G LTE World Device required. Must be on qualifying plan. Int’l data reduced to 2G speeds after 500 MB/day.

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