09-28-2013 5:04 AM
If i purchase the $ 5 International Long Distance Package, If i call would i still be charged the standard airtime rate per minute on top of my 250 minutes free? How does this work? could anyone shed light on this please. Thank you
09-28-2013 9:53 AM
Here's a page from ATT.com to hopefully explain all your questions!
09-28-2013 9:04 PM
I am on the $2 daily plan.
The International Long Distance package do not charge me any standard airtime.
09-28-2013 9:50 PM
Thanks for the help guys. Yes you wouldnt be charged extra. But if you dont have the ILD package, it charges the international rate of the country your calling plus the regular airtime rate.
If you purchase another $5 International feature package before the current one expires, any remaining minutes will roll over. Customers can set up the package to Auto Renew which will help them keep their unused minutes. When customers use minutes in the international package, there are no additional charges for those minutes so calls to international locations do not trigger the $2 daily fee on the $2 Daily Unlimited Talk & Text plan nor do they use minutes from your $25 Monthly plan or cost you additional minutes on the $0.10/Minute Plan.
09-29-2013 7:13 AM
Right, after so many years with AT&T $2 unlimited plan,someone do give me a correct answer .
I do remember some days I only made a LD call ,and they don't charge me the $2 daily fee.
If you purchase another $5 International feature package before the current one expires, Any remaining minutes will NOT roll over!!!
09-29-2013 5:55 PM
Yeep,this is what happen to me when AT&T still charge US$10 for 250 mins LD !!!
12-28-2013 8:17 AM - edited 12-28-2013 8:19 AM
Just to make this Long Distance package question clear.
Yes, your long distance left over from last month do carry on.
But you need to buy the package again before it expire .
The 30 days count are start during the day you hit the buy it now button.