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Tue, May 24, 2022 9:34 PM

International Calling from Canada

I’m trying to find out what, if anything I need to do when traveling to Canada so that I can use my Xfinity mobile phone.  I gotten 3 different answers from Xfinity.

1.  I tried online help and then got somebody to call.  They said I needed to get a Mobile Travel Pass and it would be $10 / month.

2.  At the store he said I didn’t have to do anything, except maybe turn phone off and get it on new network.

3.  I called 1-800-XFINITY and he said I needed to get a Global Travel Pass which costs $5 / day.

I think #3 is correct, but don’t feel confident, since Xfinity support people can’t agree.  Not sure if I’ll have a phone to use in Canada or not.  Any suggestions?

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rightfooted

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Yes this does answer the question.  I was just amazed that talking to 3 different Xfinity employees, I received 3 different answers!  

Your comment about posting publicly - I thought I did?  Clearly I don’t really understand how this forum works.

Thanks for your answer.

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BruceW

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... Your comment about posting publicly - I thought I did? ...

You did. The poorly worded "post publicly" advice in Expert and Employee signature blocks is not directed at you. It appears in all messages they post, and is intended to discourage customers from sending a Private message before they are asked to do so.

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