Travel unlimited with AT&T International Day Pass®
Use your phone like you do at home with unlimited high-speed data*, talk, and text, in over 210 destinations for $10/day.

AT&T may slow data speeds in U.S. or Mexico if network is busy.

*When added to your Unlimited Plan. Coverage and Data speed vary by country and may be changed.

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What will you find abroad when you’re not
looking for Wi-Fi?
See everywhere you can explore with AT&T International Day Pass.

Use your phone just like you do at home

Use maps and ride share apps to travel with ease

Share photos of your adventures on social media

The whole family can stay connected while traveling

AT&T International Day Pass

Experience all the benefits of travel unlimited

  • Get unlimited high-speed data*, talk, and text in 210+ destinations for $10/day
  • Never pay for more than 10 days per bill
  • 50% off additional lines
  • Only pay for the days you use

AT&T may slow data speeds in U.S. or Mexico if network is busy.

*When added to your Unlimited Plan. Coverage and Data speed vary by country and may be changed.

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Here’s how it works

1. Add International Day Pass

Add it to each line on your Unlimited or Mobile Share® plan before you leave for your trip.

2. Enjoy and share your vacation

Stay connected with everyone back home from 210+ destinations.

3. Predictable daily fee

Get unlimited high-speed data*, talk and text

Frequently asked questions

  • What is International Day Pass?

    With International Day Pass, you can use your AT&T unlimited plan or Mobile Share plan while traveling abroad in more than 210 destinations. You get unlimited talk within and between International Day Pass destinations and back to the U.S., unlimited text, and use of the high-speed data plan that you use at home. Pay a daily fee for each 24-hour period that you talk, text, or use data within an included destination. The daily fee applies to each line on your account using International Day Pass.

    For 1 line, it’s $10 a day.

    $5/day for each additional line on the same account, used the same day.

    Never pay for more than 10 days per bill.

  • Which destinations are included in International Day Pass?
    International Day Pass is available in more than 210 destinations in Asia, Australia, Europe, Central America, South America, The Middle East, South Pacific islands and the Caribbean.
  • When am I charged for International Day Pass?
    The first time you use data, send a text, or make or accept a phone call, your 24-hour International Day Pass begins and you will be charged a daily fee. You won't trigger another daily fee until the next time you use your device in an included country after that 24-hour period ends. The daily fees are calculated and charged to your bill at the end of your billing cycle.
  • Do I need to remove International Day Pass when I return home to the U.S.?
    No, you don't need to remove International Day Pass when you return to the U.S. International Day Pass only charges a daily fee when you use your device in an included destination. And when you travel abroad in the future, International Day Pass is already on your device so you're all set for your next international trip.
  • How will I be charged if I travel to multiple destinations included in International Day Pass?
    You will only be charged one daily fee per 24-hour period for International Day Pass, even if you travel to multiple included destinations in the same 24-hour period.
  • What countries can I call with International Day Pass while traveling abroad?
    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 charge. Calls to countries not included in International Day Pass will be billed at International Long Distance rates. Per-minute pay-per-use rates apply unless an International Long Distance package is added to the device placing the call. Go to att.com/internationalcalling to review rates and options.