|International Long Distance Dialing to Mobile Devices|
|Countries and Codes
Many telecommunications companies outside the United States impose additional fees to complete telephone calls to wireless devices, including mobile phones, pagers, personal computers, and personal digital assistants. These additional costs are included in the AT&T international long distance rates to a wireless device, and also apply to ranges of telephone numbers for special services as designated by the foreign telephone administration (e.g., Premium Rated Services); such special services may or may not be wireless. This information may change from time to time. Be sure to check codes and rates periodically for current information.
If a customer calls an overseas landline number and the call is forwarded to a mobile number where the additional charge applies, the customer will be billed the mobile rate.
"Dialed Digits" are prefix numbers in the dialed number that identify the call as one to a mobile number or to a specialized service. (Exceptions: Mexico requires a "1" to be included after the country code (52) in the dialing sequence to reach a mobile device; Thailand requires an "8" after the country code (66).) See table below.