Solved

Hawaii International Calling Plan

  • 14 February 2020
  • 2 replies
  • 9 views

The t-mobile sales pitch states "Yes, you can add Stateside International Talk service to Prepaid plan options costing $40/month or higher. The $15 Stateside International Talk service gets unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling to 36+ countries, plus unlimited landline calling to 70+ countries and discounted rates to virtually the rest of world."

As the word stateside is used, I assume customers in Hawaii are unable benefit from the use of this available service. Is there currently some kind of benefit for loyal and devoted t-mobile customers living in Hawaii that need to make international calls?

icon

Best answer by smplyunprdctble 14 February 2020, 12:27

Stateside means 50 US States, not 48 Continental US States.

View original

2 replies

Userlevel 6

Stateside means 50 US States, not 48 Continental US States.

Userlevel 7

When did Hawaii stop being a state?

(n.b. Google Voice might be cheaper than T-Mobile's International plan.)

Reply