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AT&T offers International Day Pass in over 100 countries

AT&T now offers an AT&T International Day Pass for $10 a day per device, which allows customers to use the features of their data, voice and messaging plans in over 100 countries as if they’ve never left the U.S.

Today, many businesses have expanded beyond the U.S. They continue to grow and send employees around the world. But no matter where they are, they expect the same mobile experience.

At AT&T, we know business. We serve nearly 3.5 million business customers where they are – locally and globally – in almost 200 countries.

AT&T gives business customers multiple international options to choose from, including our newest offer AT&T International Day Pass℠.

Here’s a closer look:

AT&T International Day Pass℠ – Our newest offer is flexible and reliable for business travel. For $10 a day per device, customers can use the features of their data, voice and messaging plans in over 100 countries as if they’ve never left the U.S.
AT&T Passport℠ – Everything customers need to add to their U.S. plans when traveling (unlimited texting as well as discounted voice rates and amounts of data) for a one-time charge. AT&T Passport℠ can be used in over 200 countries. After 30 days the package automatically expires – no action required.
AT&T World Connect Value® – This international long distance feature provides discounted calling rates to over 225 countries. It’s ideal for U.S. business customers who regularly make international calls.
We offer the best global coverage of any U.S. wireless provider.[i] And, our customers have the advantage of a global reach with 4G LTE in 107 countries – more than any other domestic carrier.

We also have the largest network in North America.[ii] Our 4G LTE network covers nearly 380 million in the U.S. and Mexico alone.

The nearly 1 million business customers who travel to Mexico frequently can take their qualified data plan with them at no additional cost. This includes plan data and unlimited talk and text. It’s an easy option for customers with AT&T Mobile Select or Mobile Share Advantage (10GB+) plans.

That’s why businesses trust us to keep them connected – no matter where they are.
[i] Global coverage claim based on offering discounted voice and data roaming; LTE roaming; voice roaming; and world-capable smartphone and tablets in more countries than any other U.S. based carrier. International service required. Coverage not available in all areas. Coverage may vary per country and be limited/restricted in some countries.

[ii] Based on comparison of carrier-owned and operated networks. No AT&T on-net coverage in select countries, including Canada.

AT&T INTERNATIONAL DAY PASS℠: Available only to business and government customers with a qualified AT&T wireless service agreement (Business Agreement) and only for Corporate Responsibility User lines of service with eligible devices and qualified plans. Once provisioned, user will be charged $10 fee for each day of data, voice or text use in a covered country for each device provisioned with service. Countries subject to change. Overage charges may apply.

[1] Global coverage claim based on offering discounted voice and data roaming; LTE roaming; voice roaming; and world-capable smartphone and tablets in more countries than any other U.S. based carrier. International service required. Coverage not available in all areas. Coverage may vary per country and be limited/restricted in some countries.

[2] Based on comparison of carrier-owned and operated networks. No AT&T on-net coverage in select countries, including Canada.

AT&T INTERNATIONAL DAY PASS℠: Available only to business and government customers with a qualified AT&T wireless service agreement (Business Agreement) and only for Corporate Responsibility User lines of service with eligible devices and qualified plans. Once provisioned, user will be charged $10 fee for each day of data, voice or text use in a covered country for each device provisioned with service. Countries subject to change. Overage charges may apply.

Source: AT&T

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