AT&T tweaked its Passport plans this week by dropping the choices to just two options for international travelers, but they also added more data to those two choices without raising prices.
You’ve now got $60 and $120 plans only (the $40 option is gone), with 1GB and 3GB of data, respectively. Before today, those plans each only had 300MB and 800MB of data to use. In addition to the data buckets, you’ve still got unlimited text and WiFi access through AT&T’s Global WiFi app that connects you to participating WiFi hotspots.
Outside of the data change, the only other difference is the $60 plan’s $0.35 per minute talk pricing. It used to be $0.50 per minute.
You can pay for Passport packages one time or sign-up for recurring charges, depending on how much you travel.
New AT&T Passport Plans
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