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How much to use my phone abroad?

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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 05:53 PM
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All you need to know about "new" European mobile roaming charges

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the end for mobile roaming charges in Europe, as fees are dramatically slashed. Starting 30 April, you'll pay significantly less when staying in touch with the folks back home, as new regulations come into force that will eventually see roaming charges abolished altogether by June 2017. The changes will come as good news to anyone who's inadvertently run up hefty mobile bills on holiday, which usually sees the cost of using your phone aboard slashed by up to 75%.
www.ibtimes.co.uk... This sure is good news for business and holiday traveler's from today. One caution though, the new system only applies if you use a European sim card, buy one on arrival and discard it when you depart. If you continue to use, let's day your US sim, then roaming charges will still apply. Happy travel.....

edit on Sat Apr 30 2016 by DontTreadOnMe because: fixed tags




posted on Apr, 30 2016 @ 08:07 AM
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a reply to: tommo39

When my girlfriend and I go over to visit her family and friends in the UK I just bring my BlackBerry 9900 bold and pop in a SIM card from Tesco or something, like pay as you go has worked every time. I guess this is for people who use iPhone and some android devices.
On the subject of the 9900 it's a fantastic backup phone if unlocked, most used in the business world as well.



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