We made changes to how we bill international Wi-Fi®
calls starting September 16, 2020. We used to bill Wi-Fi calls to international numbers at international long distance rates, regardless of whether you called from the U.S. or abroad.
After September 16, the price you pay for Wi-Fi®
calls to international numbers while you’re outside the U.S. depends on the international roaming option you have. The good news is, with most of our international roaming add-ons, you’ll pay less for these calls than you did before. All Wi-Fi calls to U.S. numbers will still be free of charge.
Here’s what you’ll pay for Wi-Fi calls with our international roaming add-ons:
- AT&T International Day Pass®: Your daily fee includes Wi-Fi Calling to over 200 destinations.
- AT&T Passport®: Wi-Fi calls are billed at the low Passport per-minute rate.
- AT&T Cruise: Wi-Fi calls are included in your Cruise package calling allowance.
- Pay-per-use: If you don’t have an international roaming add-on, you pay a per-minute rate for international calls. This rate depends on the country you’re calling from. See pay-per-use rates.
If you have an AT&T World Connect add-on just to cover Wi-Fi calls while you travel abroad, you may want to remove it. If you call international numbers from the U.S., you should keep your World Connect add-on.
Want to remove AT&T World Connect?
- Sign in to myAT&T.
- Select Edit next to World Connect Value or World Connect Advantage.
- Choose Remove and select the date you want the removal to take effect.
- Follow the prompts to finish up.
Have questions? Call us at 1.214.547.2300
(it’s a free call).