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Wed, Jun 9, 2021 4:00 AM

Does World Connect feature work the same way when account holder is in France calling/receiving calls FROM the U.S.??

Does the WORLD CONNECT feature on an account holder's AT&T line allow the account holder to contact the U.S. and be contacted from the U.S. while the account owner is physically located and working in another country - specifically France?? 

Thanks in advance any and all help!

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6 m ago

*for any and all help. Sorry for typos. Doh!

ATTHelp

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6 m ago

Hey there @keeshascotthogan we'd be glad to provide you insights about the World Connect feature.

 

Please be advised that as of February 4, 2021, the World Connect Value feature has retired and our World Connect Advantage is now called AT&T International Calling.

 

Feel free to review our International travel plans that are compatible while roaming and traveling to France.

 

For our recommended International Day Pass you'll receive unlimited text, call and data for a fee of $10/day for one line. (Each additional line added after is just $5/day

 

Also take note:

  • If you're in an International Day Pass country, you can call the 
     country you're in, any other International Day Pass country and 
     back to the U.S. for no additional charges. Calls to countries not 
     included in International Day Pass will be billed at International 
     Long Distance rates. (Get more helpful tips online)

Let us know if you have any other questions!

 

Lyn, AT&T Community Specialist

 

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6 m ago

@keeshascotthogan

That's a no. 

It's a long distance plan for calling from USA (or wifi calling) to other countries.

When out of USA you need a roaming plan.  Travel day pass or passport.

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