EU roaming charges have been dropped by the likes of Vodafone, EE, Three mobile and 02. It’s not every day that your mobile network provider gives away free products or services. A few days ago it was announced that roaming charges within the European Union have been removed which means that the good people of Britain can now make phone calls, send texts and use their mobile data in EU countries without getting charged.
It is highly recommended to read the new policies provided by your mobile network providers. You will get the majority of the services free as quoted, but the network providers have a clause in the contract known as “fair use”. However, we do know that the new changes will allow you to use your mobile phone in around 28 countries. Some network providers may offer a few less or even more.
The new changes will also help prevent those surprising bills after returning back from a nice holiday. For more information visit your network providers website or even call their customer service as the new changes affect both monthly and pay as you go tariffs.
Marketing Director of HeartCMS.com and author of UK's bestselling online marketing book 'The Google Checklist'. Paz joined the team at HeartCMS in 2015 and loves to help small to medium size businesses understand the world of online marketing.
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