September 19, 2021

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After Brexit, the United Kingdom returns to roaming prices in the EU - Communication - Science and Technology

After Brexit, the United Kingdom returns to roaming prices in the EU – Communication – Science and Technology

Residents of the British Isles will have to pay a daily roaming surcharge when traveling to the European continent and call and date at the same price they have at home.

When the United Kingdom withdrew from its alliance with the European Union, the issue of roaming began to open up on other topics. Since regulated prices for telephone and data transfer only apply to EU countries that are no longer members of the United Kingdom, it will be a long time before change comes. From January next year, many UK operators will be charging their customers சிறப்பு 1 or £ 2 per day for special roaming when using phones in EU countries. However, owners of more expensive flat rates can continue to benefit from “home” rates without the extra charge of roaming.

Calls and data transfer in the EU only at extra cost

European Vodafone customers will be charged £ 2 per day if they wish to use prepaid data and calls in the EU. Customers will pay half if they subscribe to the eight or 15 day package for £ 8 and 15 respectively. The operator will also use reasonable usage rules that will consume a maximum of 25 gigabytes of data while roaming. Similarly, English O2 charges பவு 25 per gigabyte for every additional roaming gigabyte. Another operator, three, has reduced the range of prepaid data that can be used in the EU from 20 domestic to 12 gigabytes of roaming.

Slovak mobile operators are careful. So far, none of them have announced whether they will demand extra roaming charges from their customers in the United Kingdom or place the country in an unregulated European zone. Slovak operators have classified many European countries outside the EU into zones 1 and 2, in which data cannot be extracted from the prepaid package.

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