A Verizon Freedom plan is a residential local and long distance plan for land-line telephones. These plans include unlimited local, regional and domestic long-distance calling for a single monthly fee, but they are not available to business customers.
Other features of Verizon Freedom plans are optional international long distance and a selection of Verizon's most commonly used calling features. These features include voice mail, call forwarding, call waiting and caller ID. Privacy features such as anonymous call rejection and per-call blocking are also available.
Verizon promises 99.9 percent network uptime for its Verizon Freedom service, but this guarantee does not cover wiring inside the home. The company offers a Wire Maintenance plan that covers indoor wiring for an additional monthly fee. Under this plan, Verizon diagnoses and repairs jacks and wiring for both telephone service and FiOS Internet service.
To qualify for a Verizon Freedom plan, the telephone line must belong to a residential account. The owner cannot use this account for any business purposes; residential accounts used for home-based businesses are not eligible for Verizon Freedom. Each phone line on the account must have separate enrollment, and each line must have a billing name and address associated with it to qualify.