AT&T releasing AT&T Call International for iPhone

AT&T Call International is AT&T's new iPhone app aimed to help customers save money on International phone calls. It's is a VoIP app, so calls must be made over Wi-Fi when traveling Internationally. The is but a small inconvenience for the potential savings when using this app.

The AT&T Call International™ App allows you to make inexpensive international long distance calls from the U.S. with your iPhone®, using your existing wireless service. There’s no monthly recurring charge, prepaid balance or commitment term required.

AT&T’s Lowest International Calling Rates - Enjoy our lowest international calling rates to more than 220 countries.¹ - Rates are just 2¢ per minute to Canada and as low as 4¢ per minute to wirelines in countries like China, France, Germany and the U.K. - See all our great rates at www.callinternational.att.com.

AT&T Call International App Features

  • No monthly recurring charges, hidden call fees or packages of minutes to purchase.
  • No special codes or PINs needed to place a call. Dial family and friends directly from your iPhone’s contact list.
  • Convenient billing directly to your credit card.
  • Online account management includes prior statements and near real-time call billing.
  • When traveling internationally, calls can be placed over Wi-Fi in select countries.²

Using the AT&T Call International App

  • Download the app and follow the simple instructions to set up your AT&T Call International account.
  • You’re now ready to start making calls! Simply open the app and dial the international number using the AT&T Call International dial pad. Press “Call”.
  • Or, open the app and select “Contacts” to choose a number from your address book.
  • The app will route your call over the wireless network to the AT&T Call International gateway, using a routing number that will appear on your screen. The gateway will complete the call to your dialed number.
  • International long distance charges will be billed to the credit card associated with your AT&T Call International account.
  • For additional information and details, including the AT&T Call International App End User License Agreement, visit www.callinternational.att.com.

AT&T Call International is available on the iPhone for free.

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AT&T releasing AT&T Call International for iPhone

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When I am in China, I facetime my family for free when on the hotel wifi. not sure when I would use this app.

I love google voice too, but if you are overseas the incoming call still whacks you for international charges! Unless you only want to text, then go nuts. That is what I did a few months back in Europe, I left our iPhone in airplane mode, and just texted when we had wifi.

Not if you use "Talkatone". Talkatone logs in to Google as if its a Gtalk call, and Google voice allows Gtalk->POTS and POTS->Gtalk for free. So you can make completely free phone calls to and from the US and Canada on wifi, and burn up only databytes while on 3G. Not only that, the app is free (ad-supported, although you can pay to turn that off).
I'm sure it's some loophole that Google hasn't closed, so get it while it's available and working!
Definitely too good to be true. Will be ruined in 3.. 2.. 1..

Not if you use "Talkatone". Talkatone logs in to Google as if its a Gtalk call, and Google voice allows Gtalk->POTS and POTS->Gtalk for free. So you can make completely free phone calls to and from the US and Canada on wifi, and burn up only databytes while on 3G. Not only that, the app is free (ad-supported, although you can pay to turn that off).
I'm sure it's some loophole that Google hasn't closed, so get it while it's available and working!
Definitely too good to be true. Will be ruined in 3.. 2.. 1..

Not if you use "Talkatone". Talkatone logs in to Google as if its a Gtalk call, and Google voice allows Gtalk->POTS and POTS->Gtalk for free. So you can make completely free phone calls to and from the US and Canada on wifi, and burn up only databytes while on 3G. Not only that, the app is free (ad-supported, although you can pay to turn that off).
I'm sure it's some loophole that Google hasn't closed, so get it while it's available and working!
Definitely too good to be true. Will be ruined in 3.. 2.. 1..

It seems you can receive calls. Still wouldn't use the service (unless wifi) overseas because of the network data/wireless charges.

cheap as in "industry average" calling card rates... why bother with the app at all? in some places overseas it is easier to find a pay phone then wi-fi!

In many cases, Skype is still 50% cheaper for landline calls but ATT seems to be cheaper for calls to mobile phones--this for calls from USA-Italy.

In many cases, Skype is still 50% cheaper for landline calls but ATT seems to be cheaper for calls to mobile phones--this for calls from USA-Italy.

Does Sprint have something like this? Are there any VOIP apps for Sprint iPhones? Has anyone used Google Voice in Europe to call the USA?

Does Sprint have something like this? Are there any VOIP apps for Sprint iPhones? Has anyone used Google Voice in Europe to call the USA?

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