What is AT&T International Day Pass?

A woman and child sit together in an airport looking at her phone.

International travel is one of the great joys in life, but it can be hard to travel abroad with peace of mind if you can’t stay connected to your friends and family. Sure, you get to see the sights and break the monotony of your day-to-day routine, but what if you want to check in on your beloved pet, or you have an important business call you’re waiting for?

That’s where AT&T International Day Pass comes in. International Day Pass lets you use your phone like you do at home for $12 per 24-hour period, with unlimited data, talk and text with your eligible unlimited plan. International Day Pass is included in over 210 destinations, including some locations that support 5G (so long as 5G access is included on your current wireless plan and you have a 5G capable device).

International Day Pass is available in locations throughout Asia, Australia, Europe, Central America, South America, the Middle East, South Pacific islands, the Caribbean, as well as on select AeroMobile enabled international flights. (One thing to note: coverage and data speed vary by country and may be changed. Visit att.com/international for additional details.)

Here’s how it works:

Double check your destination. If International Day Pass includes the location(s) you’re visiting, you’re on an eligible unlimited plan and have a compatible smartphone, sign up for International Day Pass before you leave on your trip. If you forget to add International Day Pass before you depart, we’ll add it for you as soon as you arrive at your destination and send you a text message to let you know.

You’ll pay $12 per 24-hour period for your first line (the daily fee), and you can use your phone exactly the same way as you do at home. The daily fee for each additional line on your account is just $6 per 24-hour period if it’s used the same day and will automatically be added to each line.

The first time you use data, send a text, or make or accept a phone call, that’s when International Day Pass kicks in and you’re charged. Keep in mind you might have apps that use data in the background, so be sure to turn off data if you don’t want to risk being charged. After that 24-hour period ends, you won’t be charged another daily fee until you use your phone again while traveling in covered destinations (provided you’ve disabled background data use).

No need to remove International Day Pass. You’ll be ready to use your phone on your next overseas trip (so long as the destination is one of the 210+ supported by International Day Pass) and you won’t be charged again until then.

Even if you travel to several destinations within a day, you’ll only be charged for one 24-hour period as long as all your destinations are included in International Day Pass.

Are you an AT&T wireless customer and ready to add International Day Pass for your next globetrotting trip? Get started today!

This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Carly Milne, a TechBuzz contributor. The statements in this article are her own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.

Coverage is not available everywhere. Terms and conditions apply. Go to att.com/intldaypass for details. 

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