Roaming charges to end across the European Union, but callers are warned about a huge catch

It's been a long time in coming and had plenty of trials and tribulations, but it's finally here: mobile roaming is now free in the EU. As long as you have service in a member state and live there for at least 8 months each year, you can use your pho...

Roaming charges to end across the European Union, but callers are warned about a huge catch

People have been warned to check for unexpected costs

Mon 12 Jun 17 from The Independent

EU's border dwellers cheer loudest as roaming charges end

The end of roaming fees in the EU is drawing loud cheers from mobile phone users, and nowhere more so than in borderlands where residents are always just a step away from involuntarily incurring ...

Sun 11 Jun 17 from Phys.org

European mobile operators brace for end of roaming charges

Long an important source of revenue for telecom companies, roaming charges will be lifted in Europe starting June 15, raising pressure on operators in a tight market.

Sun 11 Jun 17 from Phys.org

EU mobile roaming charges end today, but beware of other costs

Rules only apply to roaming, which is subject to fair use policy. So check the small print.

Thu 15 Jun 17 from Arstechnica

Mobile roaming is (mostly) free across the EU

It's been a long time in coming and had plenty of trials and tribulations, but it's finally here: mobile roaming is now free in the EU. As long as you have service in a member ...

Thu 15 Jun 17 from Engadget

EU mobile roaming charges scrapped

New rules mean EU citizens can call, text and browse the internet for the same price they pay at home.

Wed 14 Jun 17 from BBC Technology

EU fetes end of roaming charges but risks linger for travelers

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Roaming charges for using mobile phones when traveling within the European Union disappear on Thursday, capping a decade-long battle by Brussels to show increasingly skeptical ...

Wed 14 Jun 17 from Reuters Technology

EU mobile roaming fees 'may still catch you out'

The consumer group Which? says travellers still need to be aware of the fine print of their tariffs.

Tue 13 Jun 17 from BBC Technology

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