AT&T announces LTE roaming in 13 countries, including Japan, Spain, and France
1. PapaSmurf (Posts: 9689; Member since: 14 May 2012)
Damn that's expensive. Best to get the device unlocked and pop in a SIM card like the article stated.
2. Augustine (Posts: 884; Member since: 28 Sep 2013)
I'm pretty sure that T-mobile's free international roaming is at 2G speeds. However, a relative has tried this abroad and could not have it working, though she had a Nexus 4, which should allow global 3G roaming.
3. yamilrx (Posts: 3; Member since: 26 Jun 2012)
This is very short of what Tmobile offers. Typical of AT&T's ridiculously high costs. I used my phone through Tmobile in Spain and Dubai 2 months ago. I was even able to view my home cameras over 4000miles away. I was texting for free and using Viber in Spain free of charge. Calls from my cell were .20cents/min which is comparable to a purchased sim in Spain. Instead I used Viver to communicate with family. Wifi calling was 100% free to any US phone number. My speed test yielded 2g speeds but there is no way you can access my live cameras at 2g speeds or even use Viver. And for those that are Tmobile haters, I clocked 62mb download speeds and 16mb upload speeds in Hollywood Florida. yes, their coverage is not as glamorous in smaller cities but most major cities are blanketed with fast LTE. Good job Tmobile.