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AT&T's Highest-Paying Customers Gain Mexico/Canada Roaming

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May 16, 2016, 9:37 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

AT&T today said some of its customers will soon be able to roam in Mexico and Canada at no extra charge. Customers who subscribe to AT&T's 15 GB Mobile Share plan can text, talk, and surf in Mexico as if they were at home in the U.S. Customers who subscribe to AT&T's Unlimited Mobile Share plan and AT&T TV service can talk, text, and surf in Mexico and Canada. Even though roaming does not cost extra, customers need to add the AT&T Roam North America feature each phone and tablet in their plans before traveling. AT&T said customers who consume more than 50% of their minutes, messages, or data in Mexico two or more billing periods in a row may lose roaming access. People who surpass 22 GB of LTE data in a given billing period will be throttled. The company said other fees and restrictions apply, but did not spell them all out. The AT&T Roam North American feature will be available to regular and business customers starting May 20.


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May 18, 2016, 6:59 AM


The stipulations for this are as follows: 1. AT&T is getting rid of the 4th smartphone free discount effective 05/20/16 for anyone new to the unlimited plan, anyone who already has it is grandfathered in. 2. If voice, text, or data usage in Mexico and/or Canada exceeds 50% of total voice, text or data usage for two consecutive billing periods, AT&T may remove the roaming feature from your plan.< This is similar to how they did their old Viva Mexico or Nation with Canada plans, because they are not meant for people who actually live there, just people who travel there occasionally.

May 17, 2016, 5:42 PM


Kinda sad that any of t-mobiles post paid plans come with free roaming and unlimited calling and text and you do not have to pay any extra to do so AT&T has a long way to go for its actual customers not to mention support
and by that i mean in mexico and canada
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