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Learn how AT&T can travel with you!

Vacation time is always just around the corner, so it’s time to make sure you can still enjoy your AT&T service and devices when you are on the road or in another country. This page will help you determine the very best AT&T International plan for your traveling needs, regardless of whether you’re traveling within America, to Canada, to Mexico or anywhere in the world!

Learn about Wi-Fi Calling, Wi-Fi Hotspots, different data or family planes, how to access voicemail overseas and any associated fees and international rates. Hit the road with the confidence that your AT&T service is ready to travel with you!

Latest questions about International Plans

It appears that the iPhone X does not work with the International Day Pass. True? If not, then when?

It appears that the iPhone X does not work with the International Day Pass. True? If not, then when?I tried to sign up and it show...
by gregh1111 on Feb 6, 2019 7:03 AM
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TAnzania coverage while on safari

We are going on safari in Tanzania next week and wondering if there will be any cell service there through AT&T?
by Safariman on Jan 21, 2019 12:03 PM
1 1 Reply 186 Views
186 Views

Canada calls

I would like to make one or two calls to Canada. What is the best way to do it? I do not have an international plan.Thank you.
by Bruceandkids on Jan 17, 2019 2:51 PM
1 1 Reply 215 Views
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International Day Pass - Triggering the Fee?

Hello! I plan on activating International Day Pass (IDP) for a trip I'm taking to Greece, but only want it as an emergency. I have...
by tomakoman on Jan 3, 2019 6:33 PM
4 4 Replies 361 Views
361 Views

Calling from the U.S. to South Korea

My daughter is currently in South Korea and has a Korean phone number. What would it cost me to call her South Korean phone number...
by Tamlin_da2018 on Dec 1, 2018 5:01 PM
1 1 Reply 272 Views
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