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AT&T Simplifies International Roaming with $10 Day Pass

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Jan 23, 2017, 12:55 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

AT&T today made it less expensive and less confusing to use your AT&T phone overseas. The company introduced the AT&T International Day Pass, which provides travelers with unlimited talk and text in over 100 countries. Moreover, the International Day Pass doesn't charge extra for data; travelers will have access to their domestic data plan when overseas. AT&T will no longer charge by the minute, message, or megabyte. The International Day Pass costs $10 and unlocks access to roaming for a 24-hour period. AT&T says most popular destinations across Europe, Asia, and Central/South America are included. Under AT&T's old Passport-branded plans, travelers were required to buy access in large chunks that still required per-minute voice fees and placed limits on data. AT&T's new International Day Pass, which now closely mirrors Verizon's roaming plan, will be available starting Friday, Jan. 26.


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Jan 23, 2017, 2:03 PM

A step in the right direction...

But still FAIL!!! Why can't they just include it for no additional charge like TM and Sprint...?
Because AT&T hasn't lost enough customers to care.
And at least with Sprint, you'd get better coverage roaming abroad then at their home market.
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