Britons may still be forced to pay roaming charges after Brexit
Britons may still be forced to pay roaming charges after Brexit

The Independent's travel correspondent Simon Calder discusses the EU abolishing roaming charges

People warned to check for unexpected costs

Simon Calder
Thursday 15 June 2017 16:33
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The European Union has finally abolished roaming charges for citizens using their phones across EU countries.

British travellers benefit, but it will be up to a future UK government to decide whether price restrictions for Britons continue after Brexit.

The slogan used is “Roam Like at Home”, and Brussels promises “No bill shock anymore”. But there are still pitfalls that could leave holiday makers seriously out of pocket.

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