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AT&T expands LTE roaming to new nations

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Feb 2014 21:26

AT&T expands LTE roaming to new nations AT&T has announced that its LTE roaming has been expanded to 13 new nations.
The large carrier first introduced international LTE roaming a few months ago with an expansion to Canada and the UK. The new nations include Spain, South Korea, France, Japan and Australia.

Over time, AT&T will make its LTE roaming available in 200 countries. The carrier also has a deal in place with Fon to let AT&T subscribers use the Fon Wi-Fi network overseas.

To help travelers, the carrier has also released a new mobile app called the "AT&T International Travel App" that will allow customers to track their usage, learn more about their data plan, and to receive alerts if they hit their limits or do not have a roaming plan.

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