A cell phone service provider is offering free phone service on Friday as people in the United States struggle with outages.
The free service, called “cell phone outage,” is being offered by Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T.
The company said it would be available starting Friday at 6 p.m.
This is the third time this year that Verizon has offered free phone services, which it began offering earlier this month.
Verizon’s free service will be available to U.S. customers in more than 30 states.
The service includes unlimited voice calls and text messaging, as well as text messaging for free for customers who have a prepaid cell phone account, according to Verizon.
The free service is available in the U.K., Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
This is not Verizon’s first free service offering, but it’s the first time that Verizon is offering a phone service for free.
In June, Verizon offered a free cell phone for $40.
The mobile company announced a deal with Apple on Thursday to offer iPhone 6s and iPhone 6c customers a free smartphone for a year.
Verizon said it was not selling iPhones directly to customers.
The company said customers will be able to get iPhone 6 and iPhone6c phones for free through the free service on the Verizon app.