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AT&T Rolls Out New International Rate Plans

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Nov 15, 2012, 1:22 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

AT&T today announced a refresh of its international calling, messaging, and data plans. International calling plans are now broken up into three different groupings: Canada and Mexico, Europe, and the rest of the world. Each grouping has its own, separate offerings of minutes and they all offer different per-minute rates depending on how many minutes you want or need. For example, the Canada and Mexico plan offers 80 minutes of talk time for $30 per month, while the Europe plan offers 30 minutes of talk time for $30 per month, and the rest of the world plan offers 15 minutes of talk time for $30 per month. AT&T has increased the maximum global messaging package from 500 messages to 600 messages for $60 per month. It also offers a 200-message package for $30 per month and a 50-message package for $10 per month. Last, customers who subscribe to AT&T's data roaming packages will now be able to access up to 1GB of Wi-Fi data over AT&T's international Wi-Fi hotspots. AT&T offers a free app to help customers find those hotspots. The new rates are effective beginning November 16. Overages and other fees may apply.

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Nov 16, 2012, 7:12 AM


That is why there are AT&T MVNO's out there. For the amounts they are asking, I would go to the local gas station first and buy a calling card.
The rates for international calling and texting are way better on an MVNO. The only thing AT&T has extra is their data and proprietary apps.
This is referring to services used outside the USA in Canada, Mexico, Europe, etc.
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