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AT&T: Free Mobile Roaming in Mexico Starts Friday

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Nov 12, 2015, 3:25 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

AT&T is prepared to make it less expensive for customers to roam in Mexico. The new AT&T Mexico Roaming Bonus is available to all Mobile Share Value customers beginning Friday at no extra cost. Roaming access in Mexico doesn't require a monthly fee. Customers have access to unlimited texting to anywhere in the world, unlimited talking to Mexican numbers, and unlimited talking from Mexico to the U.S. Calls made from by AT&T customers from Mexico to countries other than Mexico or the U.S. will be charged at standard international rates. Further, the AT&T Mexico Roaming Bonus offers 1GB of free data to use when roaming in Mexico. Overages are charged at $20 per 1GB. The AT&T Mexico Roaming Bonus will be available starting Friday, Nov. 13. The option must be added to each line before traveling to Mexico.


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Nov 13, 2015, 12:17 AM

Another Example

Of corporations encouraging illegal immigration. Give free roaming for illegals when they go back home for the weekend. Notice they don't have free roaming in Canada, mainly because we don't have a lot of Canadians flooding into the US. Corporations are guilty of encouraging illegal immigration.
They don't OWN a carrier in Canada.
I never comment on this site. I like to read the latest news regarding phones, carriers & the cell industry, but this has to be one of the most ignorant comments that I've read in a while. You take the news about free mobile roaming in Mexico & you tw...
Actually, their fully-owned prepaid division Cricket DOES in fact offer free voice/text/data roaming in Canada. Just returned from a Calgary to Vancouver drive where I had service almost the entire way. No charge. BTW, I can tell you living in Mont...
Believe AT&T actually bought out a cellphone company in Mexico. Their using their newly purchase resource to offer free roaming to it's customers. Wish they would offer free roaming in Europe, but that will never happen. Guess we should consider ourse...
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