AT&T Global Wi-Fi

AT&T Global Wi-Fi

By AT&T Services, Inc.

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2012-11-16
  • Current Version: 5.2.35
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 9.95 MB
  • Developer: AT&T Services, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 1.5
From 801 Ratings


The AT&T Global Wi-Fi app is designed for AT&T customers with an AT&T qualifying international travel package that includes international Wi-Fi. Details on packages may be found at The App enables AT&T customers to access participating AT&T international Wi-Fi hotspots from their iPhone or iPad.* These hotspots on the app are limited to: • international AT&T Global Wi-Fi hotspots that do not require a user name, password or acceptance of terms; as well as, • select international Public hotspots that may require acceptance of terms or other authentication steps. The App includes the ability to: • Display available AT&T Global Wi-Fi and Public hotspots within Wi-Fi signal range • Authenticate on participating international AT&T Global Wi-Fi hotspots • Search capability by City & Country with a Map view and a List view of hotspots GPS is needed to search for hotspots within range; continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. *Requires iOS 8 or higher and an AT&T international travel package that includes Wi-Fi (for details visit




  • Just doesn’t work

    By Pcgolf303
    I attempted to use this app while traveling through Europe. For the entire time I was there this app only showed wi-fi locations available in Ireland although I was I Southern Spain. It is completely useless. So bad in fact that there appears to be no code behind it except for the logo. Awful! Do not waste the time or space to download this app !!
  • Useless

    By kjlloydie
    You can’t actually setup the app if you’re out of the country, which renders it useless unless you’ve already set it up before you go. Fail.
  • Worthless

    By E.M.7
    Don’t waste your time. It’s easier to use existing local WiFi services than this application. Complicated, archaic, and innefficient.
  • Waste of time and miney

    By Lapulgaluterana
    This has to be one of the all-time worst designed worst functioning apps. There are no hotspots anywhere you need them not even international airports in major capital cities around the world or worse you can’t find them ..,because you don’t have Wi-Fi !!!! Duh! colossal piece of garbage. You’re better off dealing with local providers local Sim cards or local portable devices when you land at an international location.
  • Useless app.

    By LieLing's Mac
    Fake i fo. It identified places that DO NOT provide Wi-Fi. I stopped trying after a few.
  • Redo this app!

    By JamieCB22
    It took me 30 minutes and I still couldn’t solve my problem (a very simple upgrade for international travel). Got it solved in 90 seconds with the call center rep. You just guaranteed that I will never waste time with the app, but always call the call center. Not scalable or cost-efficient!
  • Have rarely seen a worse reviewed app

    By JADW75
    I have ATT on my phone, not by choice. Company phone. ATT has lousy coverage, only works at my home in the city through MY wifi. That’s right, I have to pay for internet to get my phone to work in an urban area in the US. When I am connected, LTE is super slow. Sometimes it takes 5 minutes to load a page. In Europe, things work almost as quickly as a wifi connection. ATT is just another example of corporate America ripping off consumers for third rate product.
  • Huge Memory Leak!! Battery Drained by Profile

    By Atlasman2008!
    Battery percent dropped several percent every few minutes after installing profile. Problem fixed once App & profile were deleted. Memory leak solved! 💩💩
  • Why bother

    By Tex240
    This app is a joke. Doesn’t even work. Tried to setup and just wouldn’t get past step two
  • No point

    By ChinaKatSunflwr
    Unclear what the point of this app is, I thought it would connect me to a reliable AT&T Wi-Fi while I’m trying to check for updates at an airport that has horrible “free” Wi-Fi. but it just lists the available networks, which you can already see if your Wi-Fi settings. Don’t waste your time.