AT&T prepaid does not work outside of North America.
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Appreciate your patience in responding to the customers' question. I have similar situation where I am on AT&T Prepaid for a number of years and I like what I am paying for.
I would like to propose this feedback/feature to be included whereby a customer can add certain dollar amount to their amount and if they have good long standing relationship with AT&T, you would allow at least basic (128Kbps) internet on international roaming.
I would like to AT&T to consider upgrading such feature in the near future. As the world is getting smaller with customers flying aboard in many cases, a limited international roaming feature would be greatly welcome.