AT&T Upgrades International and Top-End Plans
AT&T has tweaked its International Day Pass and Unlimited Elite plan, adding more value for the same price. The International Day Pass is now free after the first ten days per billing period, offering a much better value on longer overseas trips. As before, the Day Pass offers unlimited talk, text, and high-speed data for $10/day, or $5/day for additional lines on the same account traveling at the same time (for customers on an unlimited plan). The International Day Pass covers 140 countries and destinations. Later this summer, AT&T will make International Day Pass automatic whenever customers travel overseas, instead of needing to enable it first. Separately, AT&T announced that its top-end Unlimited Elite plan will now include 40 GB of hotspot data (up from 30) and 4K video streaming. The plan is also now truly unlimited, whereas before customers might experience slowdowns if they exceeded 100 GB. This change brings Unlimited Elite in line with T-Mobile's competing Magenta Max plan. Customers already on Unlimited Elite will receive the new upgrades automatically.
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