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Sprint Adds 36 Countries to Open World Roaming Program

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Jan 9, 2016, 11:20 AM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Jan 9, 2016, 11:22 AM

Sprint today added a significant number of new countries, cities, and city-states to its Open World global roaming plan. The program kicked off last year with initial support for Canada, Mexico, and a handful of Latin American countries and later added a wide range of islands throughout the Caribbean. This week saw the service expand to 36 new regions, including some in Europe (Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland); the Pacific Rim (Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand); and Africa (Rwanda, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa). In these countries, texting is free, voice minutes are $0.20, and data is available at $30 per gigabyte. Customers will need to have an international-capable handset to take advantage of the roaming services. Sprint says Open World is now available in 110 countries around the globe. Open World can be added to Sprint plans for free. Interested customers will need to sign up online, in person, in stores, or via the phone. Sprint suggests customers who travel to other areas choose one of its global roaming packages.


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