AT&T Call International
AT&T is throwing its globe trotting customers something of a bone with its Call International App. The free VoIP service, created with help from 8x8, will allow customers to place international long-distance calls over WiFi for much less than they would have to pay under standard roaming plans. Calls to China, France, Germany and the UK are as little as $0.04 a minute when dialing a landline. The app is available for all versions of the iPhone and certain Android and BlackBerry handsets. You can see if your device is supported (and chances are it is -- even the ancient BlackBerry 5810 has been granted access to the party) at the more coverage link. And don't miss the PR after the break.
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AT&T Brings More Choice to International Calling With New Mobile App
Tue November 8, 2011 8:15 AM

DALLAS and SUNNYVALE, Calif., Nov. 8, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AT&T (T) * smartphone customers now have another way to stay in touch with family and friends abroad. Introducing AT&T Call International a free mobile VoIP app providing international long distance (ILD) calling at low, competitive rates.

Developed with and operated by 8x8 Inc. (Nasdaq:EGHT), a provider of innovative business communications solutions, AT&T smartphone** customers can use the app to make calls from the U.S. to international numbers; and when abroad, customers will benefit from the same low rates using the app over Wi-Fi**. Countries and rates are available at www.att.com/callinternational .

The app provides simple, step-by-step instructions to establish an AT&T Call International account. Once established, customers can immediately make international calls through the app by either dialing directly or by accessing their existing contacts list. All calls are billed directly to the customer's credit card.

The AT&T Call International app is available today as a free download in Android Market, BlackBerry AppWorld and more.

For information on other AT&T international services, including discount roaming packages for data, messaging and voice, as well as travel tips, visit www.att.com/global .

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