AT&T sets Canadian 4G roaming deal, a U.S. carrier first

12/9/2013 | PCWorld · CNET

AT&T has become the first U.S. carrier to establish a roaming agreement in a foreign country for Long-Term Evolution service through a partnership with Canada's Rogers Communications. AT&T subscribers will be able to connect to Rogers' 4G network in 120 cities if they select one of three "Data Global Add-On" packages from AT&T that range in price from $30 a month for 120 megabytes to $120 a month for 800 MB.

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