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International Day Pass and Extended Trip to England (5 weeks)
I have a 5 week stay in England upcoming this summer.
I have (and have had for several years) the International Day Pass add-on.
Will I max out my monthly billing at 10 days? There is stated a 'never more than ten days billed per cycle' in the plan.
Or are there other options for these longer term stays outside of getting an E-SIM card from a vendor such as Airalo?
ACE - Expert
1 year ago
Correct, the most they will charge you in a bill cycle is 10 days. Now, being there for 5 weeks means you will be there for parts of at least 2 bill cycles and maybe even 3.
ACE - Sage
1 year ago
If your phone is unlocked you may use a local sim card. AT&T requires your phone be paid off before it can be unlocked. And there can be a couple of days DeLay So plan ahead.
International day pass only charges you on the days you use service. That is making or receiving telephone call sending a text message or using data. You could conceivably not incur frame any charges and just use it as a Fail-Safe in case you did need to be serviced in an emergency.
1 year ago
1 AT&T may slow data speeds in USA or Mexico if the network is busy. *When added to your Unlimited Plan. Coverage and Data speed vary by country and may be changed.
2 Coverage not available in all areas. Terms and data allowance from your domestic plan, fees and other restrictions apply and are subject to change. If you talk, send a text or use data in any of the included countries, you’ll be charged $10 per 24 hours and $5 for each Add’l line on the same account use the same day unless you remove Int’l Day Pass. Charge cap: A max. of 10 daily fees per line, per monthly bill cycle. See att.com/intldaypass for details.
3 Coverage and Data speed vary by country and may be changed.
4 Charge cap: A max. of 10 daily fees per line, per monthly bill cycle. See att.com/intldaypass for details.
5 AT&T 4G LTE awarded Best Network by GWS OneScore 2020. GWS conducts paid drive tests for AT&T and uses the data in its OneScore analysis.
6 AT&T may temporarily slow data speeds if the network is busy.