January 08, 2016
Sprint continues to make it easy and affordable for customers to stay connected while traveling around the world with the addition of 36 more countries and destinations to Sprint Open World and Sprint Global Roaming. With Sprint Open World and Sprint Global Roaming, we now cover more than 110 destinations worldwide.
The new countries and destinations include:
Austria                                                                          Luxembourg
Afghanistan                                                                  Macau
Bangladesh                                                                  Macedonia
Belarus                                                                         Malaysia
Belgium                                                                        Republic of Malta
Bolivia                                                                           Montenegro
Bulgaria                                                                        Netherlands
Cambodia                                                                     Norway
Croatia                                                                         Philippines
Estonia                                                                         Poland
Finland                                                                         Rwanda
Ghana                                                                          Serbia
Hong Kong                                                                   Singapore
Hungary                                                                       Slovenia
Iceland                                                                         South Africa
Indonesia                                                                     Taiwan
Kenya                                                                           Thailand
Liechtenstein                                                                Turkey
For a full list of destinations, visit www.sprint.com/openworld or www.sprint.com/globalroaming.
Sprint Open World 
  • For customers traveling frequently to Mexico, Canada and 15 countries across Latin America, Sprint Open World includes calling, text and 1GB of high-speed data. The Latin American countries are Dominican Republic, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. Sprint offers free calling in more international destinations than any other carrier. T-Mobile offers free calling in two countries. Verizon does not offer free international calling.  
  • In additional destinations outside of Mexico, Canada and Latin America, the Sprint Open World plan includes texting, discounted calling, and high-speed data for only $30/GB.
  • Qualified Sprint customers on domestic plans with compatible phones may add Sprint Open World to their Sprint plan simply by visiting www.sprint.com/openworld or go to your local Sprint store.1
Sprint Global Roaming
Customers whose international travel does not frequently include Mexico, Canada or Latin America may opt instead for the Sprint Global Roaming free add-on service. With Sprint Global Roaming, customers get unlimited data (up to 2G speeds), unlimited text messaging, and calls for $0.20 per minute1 from the countries listed above and listed at www.sprint.com/globalroaming.
Customers can learn more about Sprint Open World, Sprint Global Roaming or other international calling options by calling 1-800-SPRINT1, visiting a Sprint or RadioShack store, or check out www.sprint.com/openworld or www.sprint.com/globalroaming.

Kristin Wallace is a communications manager for the Apps and Services team at Sprint. Based in Atlanta, she primarily manages Sprint’s mobile commerce, mobile security and family service applications. In addition, Kristin can answer questions about Sprint’s pricing strategy. Kristin can be reached at kristin.c.wallace@sprint.com.

1Requires GSM and LTE capable device. Primary usage must occur on the U.S. Sprint network. Service may be terminated or restricted for excessive international use.