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International Data Packages Packages/Plans Price Details Pay-Per-Use International Data Rates $0.015/KB in Canada
$0.0195/KB in the rest of the world None BlackBerry®/iPhone®/
Smartphone/Other Devices
*
Use your wireless device from AT&T to connect to the Internet and email in more than 200 countries. Must be added to an existing domestic data plan.
*Quick messaging and touch phones. $24.99/mo 20 MB in over 100 select countries1
Overage: $0.005/KB. Rate in additional countries: $0.0195/KB $59.99/mo 50 MB in over 100 select countries1
Overage: $0.005/KB. Rate in additional countries: $0.010/KB2 $119.99/mo 100 MB in over 100 select countries1.
Overage: $0.005/KB. Rate in additional countries: $0.010/KB2 $199.99/mo 200 MB in over 100 select countries1
Overage: $0.005/KB. Rate in additional countries: $0.010/KB2 PC Card/Netbook – DataConnect North America Plan3
Take your laptop with you for all of your data needs when you're traveling in Canada or Mexico. Includes domestic usage. One-year contract required. $109.99/mo 5 GB domestic usage. Overage: $0.05/MB.
100 MB on select carriers in Canada/Mexico.1 Overage: $.005/KB. PC Card/Netbook – DataConnect Global Plans3
Take your laptop with you for all of your data needs when you're traveling outside the U.S. Includes domestic usage. One-year contract required. $139.99/mo 5 GB domestic usage. Overage: $0.05/MB.
100 MB in over 100 select countries1
Overage: $0.005/KB. Rate in additional countries: $0.0195/KB $229.99/mo 5 GB domestic usage. Overage: $0.05/MB.
200 MB in over 100 select countries1
Overage: $0.005/KB. Rate in additional countries: $0.0195/KB

DataConnect Pass-Global
Surf the Web on your terms even as you travel the globe. The perfect solution for customers with a laptop, or netbook users who want to purchase international data capability on an "as needed" basis with no monthly plan required.*

DataConnect Pass-Global packages good for 30 days. To purchase, visit att.com/buyasession.

*For all customers except corporate-liable (CRU), after the International Session has expired/been consumed, customers will work wirelessly only on domestic (U.S./P.R./U.S.V.I.) networks unless the customer purchases another International Session–based plan.

$24.99 20 MB in over 100 select countries1 $59.99 50 MB in over 100 select countries1 $119.99 100 MB in over 100 select countries1 $199.99 200 MB in over 100 select countries1                        

1For list of select countries and carriers, visit att.com/globalcountries.

2Rate outside the discounted countries is $0.010/KB except in Algeria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Brunei, Faroe Islands, Macedonia (former Yugoslavia), Maldives, Mongolia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and Venezuela where the rate is $0.0195/KB.

3Compatible device required. One-year minimum term required. AT&T also imposes a monthly Regulatory Cost Recovery Charge of up to $1.25 to help defray costs incurred in complying with state and federal telecom regulations, State and Federal Universal Service Charges, and surcharges for customer-based and revenue-based state and local assessments on AT&T. These are not taxes or government-required charges.

Please Note:
• 1 MB = 1024KB
• $0.0195/KB = about $20/MB
• $0.010/KB = about $10/MB
• $0.005/KB = about $5/MB
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