“One of the advantages of AT&T’s GSM iPhones (and iPads) is that they can roam just about anywhere in the world fairly easily,” Seth Weintraub reports for 9to5Mac. “For that convenience, AT&T charges a hefty – some would say exorbitant – fee.”
“Today, AT&T has announced a significant (2.5-5x) drop in international fees,” Weintraub reports. “You get 2.5 times the data for $25 which is now set at 50MB. At the high end, you get 4x the data, 800MB, for $200. And overages used to cost $5/MB(!!); now it is ‘just’ $10/10MB.”
More details in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]