AT&T refreshes international data rates, 120MB now cost $30 per month
3. Nico85 (Posts: 12; Member since: 15 Dec 2011)
Unfortunately that's not always the best idea. Replacing your SIM with a local SIM changes your phone number to the device. Business people who rely on their phone number for work need to be able to give out one number to their associates or clients. If you're in country A using one SIM and a client in country B dials the local number you gave them for country B and doesn't get in contact with you it can strain the business relationship or cost the business money. The prices may be more compared to local rates but like the saying, sometimes you need to spend money to make money.
4. WhodatBe30 (Posts: 1; Member since: 01 Jun 2012)
old rate was $24.99 for 50MB, $49.99 for 125MB, $99.99 for 275MB, and like the article above said $199.99 for 800MB. i would say this is a better deal so far