AT&T International Day Pass®:
Eligibility: Consumer customers: Compatible device with eligible domestic postpaid wireless plan required.
Adding to your line: You can add International Day Pass (“IDP”) before you travel or AT&T will automatically add IDP to your line if (a) you have not added IDP and do not have another international feature on your line, and (b) you use an eligible smartphone while traveling in an IDP country destination not included in your domestic rate plan. If we add IDP to your line, we will send you an SMS. Once added, IDP will stay on your line until you remove it at att.com/myatt or by calling 877.804.1262.729,3838. Business and government customers can add IDP for Business before their Corporate Responsibility User (CRU) travels or, for business customers with select devices only, AT&T will automatically add IDP for Business to the CRU line if (i) the business customer has not added IDP for Business and does not have another international feature on the CRU line; (ii) the CRU uses an eligible smartphone, tablet, mobile hotspot device or laptop while traveling in an IDP destination not included in their domestic rate plan, and (iii) the CRU incurs at least 5MB in international data roaming usage at pay-per-use rates (see att.com/intlppurates). If we automatically add IDP for Business to a CRU smartphone line, we will send you an email and also send an SMS to the CRU line. If we automatically add IDP for Business to a CRU tablet, mobile hotspot device or laptop line, we will send you an email. See att.com/idpforbiz for more details. Once added, IDP for Business will stay on the CRU line until the business customer removes it using online self-service (att.com/myAT&T or att.com/Premier, as applicable), by calling 800-331-0500, or by contacting their AT&T account representative.remove it using self-service (att.com/myatt or att.com/Premier, as applicable), by calling 800.331.0500, or by contacting their AT&T account representative.
Daily fee: The first time you use data, make or receive a call, or send a text message in an IDP countrydestination, you’ll automatically be charged a $10 daily fee. When more than 1 line on your account is charged a daily fee on the same calendar date, 1 line will be charged a $10 daily feefee, and each additional line will be charged a reduced daily fee of $5. Calendar date is determined by your local U.S. time zone, not the destination country you visited. The line charged $10 is not necessarily the line used first on that date. Text messages received are rated as domestic and do not trigger a daily fee. The daily fee covers additional data, calls, and text messages for 24 hours from the initial use in any IDP destinationcountry. You’ll be charged an additional daily fee for all subsequent 24-hour periods in which you use data, make or receive a call, or send a text message in an IDP destinationcountry, unless you remove IDP. Charge cap: You’ll be charged a maximum of 10 daily fees per line, per monthly bill period. After 10 daily fees on a line, that line may continue to use IDP through the end of the bill period at no additional charge. Business and government customers with IDP for Business are not eligible for the reduced daily fee or the charge cap. See att.com/idpforbiz for details.
Destinations: Includes usage in over 210 destinations listed at att.com/globalcountries and on Enabled Flights. Coverage is not available in all areas. Destinations and rates are subject to change without notice. Mexico and Canada: You will not be charged a daily fee in Mexico or Canada if you have a domestic plan that includes usage in Mexico or Canada. Latin America: AT&T Unlimited Premium and Unlimited Elite customers will not be charged a daily fee in any of the Latin America countries that are included in their plan. See att.com/roamlatam for a list of included countries. Cellular networks on select airlines: For a list of participating airlines and Enabled Flights go to att.com/globalcountries. Participating airlines and Enabled Flights are subject to change without notice. Passengers on participating airlines are not guaranteed to be on an Enabled Flight. Device must be on, with Airplane Mode and Wi-Fi turned off and data roaming and cellular data turned on to use the cellular network on an Enabled Flight. Cellular service on an Enabled Flight is available only at greater than 200 nautical miles outside of the U.S. border and above 20,000 feet cruising altitude. In the event of satellite interruption or regulatory constraint, airline cellular services may be disrupted or disabled.
Data: Data will be drawn from your domestic plan allowance with the same data and speed restrictions. If your domestic plan includes the Video Management feature, it will apply to your international package or feature. See att.com/VideoFeature for more details. Data overage: If you go over the amount of data in your qualified domestic plan, overage charges or data speed reduction of up to 128Kbps apply in accordance with the terms of your domestic plan. If your data speed is slowed, all your data use, including audio and video streaming, picture and video messaging, and other types of data use will be impacted and may not work. Incidental data usage: Apps on your device use data even when you may not be aware. Such usage may trigger the daily fee. To avoid unintended use of IDP, turn off cellular data roaming in your device settings.
Unlimited talk: For phones only. Includes calls received in IDP destinations and made from IDP destinations to the U.S. and to other IDP destinations. If your domestic plan does not include unlimited talk, minutes of use will be drawn from your domestic voice plan allowance and domestic overage charges may apply. Calls to non-IDP destinations: Calls from IDP destinations to non-IDP destinations will get International Long Distance (ILD) charges. Pay-per-use rates apply unless your domestic plan includes these destinations or you add an ILD package to your device. Rates are subject to change without notice. For details, go to att.com/internationalcalling.
Unlimited text: For phones only. Applies only to AT&T Short Messaging Service (SMS) and Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) and not to other messaging services or applications like iMessage.
AT&T Passport®: For devices with IDP and an active Passport package, IDP charges will apply in IDP countries destinations and usage in IDP countries destinations will not reduce the Passport data allowance or trigger Passport calling charges. If you want to use Passport in an IDP countrydestination, you must remove IDP.
Pay-per-use rates: Apply when traveling in countriesdestinations not included in IDP and/or when you have not added a package. Service restrictions: International use aboard cruise ships and airlines is not included. Not available for wireless home phone services, connected vehicles, or connected devices. Pay-per-use international rates will apply.
General: subject to the Customer Service Agreement at att.com/csa(att.com/consumerserviceagreement) or, for business and government customers, the applicable Business Agreement (see your AT&T representative for terms.. Availability, quality of coverage, and services while roaming are not guaranteed. Additional restrictions may apply.