You can no longer add AT&T Passport®
to AT&T unlimited plans, AT&T Mobile Share®
, or AT&T 4GBSM
consumer rate plans. This feature retired on August 12, 2021. If you have an auto-renew AT&T Passport on your account, you’ll keep it. If you are looking for a travel plan, you can add AT&T International Day Pass
for international roaming.
Save on international talk, text, and data in over 210 destinations
with AT&T Passport for smartphones and data-only devices. AT&T Passport includes1
Add AT&T Passport for 30 days or less of travel1
- Discounted talk1
- Unlimited outgoing texts2
Pay a one-time, per-device charge to use it for 30 days.
AT&T Passport for more than 30 days or repeated travel1
- Passport ends automatically after 30 days.
- We won't charge you if you cancel before the start date.
- You'll pay a per-month, per-device charge.
- You can keep Passport as long as you want after a two-month minimum.
- If you cancel before the start date, it may take up to one bill period for your charges to be refunded.
|AT&T Passport options for smartphones and data-only devices3|
| ||AT&T Passport 2GB ||AT&T Passport 6GB|
|One-time charge per device||$70||$140|
|Monthly recurring charge|
(See a partial-month charge on your bill? It’s based on the number of days left in your bill period. You still get the full data allowance.)
|Data overage charge1||$30/GB||$30/GB|
|Pay-per-use rates apply if you don't have Passport, if you travel to destinations that aren't covered by Passport, or if your Passport coverage option expires.|
Cruise ships:4 Passport options don’t cover use on a cruise ship’s network. Passport will apply in port once after your device connects to that country's network. See if a cruise option is available for your trip.