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Saturday, 30 April 2016

EU: Mobile/Cell Phone Roaming Charges Cut


From The Guardian - EU mobile roaming charges are slashed

"Following lengthy negotiations, the EU announced in October last year that it will ban these charges from June 2017. Monthly call allowances will then apply across the EU as if the user were in their home country.

In the interim, the EU has put a cap on the amount operators can charge – which comes into force today. A roaming surcharge can now be no more than:

• €0.05 extra per minute for calls.

• €0.02 extra per SMS sent.

• €0.05 extra per MB of data".


The cuts exploited (EUObserver) - EU roaming charge cut enters UK referendum campaign


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