EE has announced that it will bring back roaming charges for using a mobile phone in the EU.
It follows a similar revelation from O2 yesterday while another network, Three, has said it will halve its free data allowances when abroad.
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From January next year, EE customers will introduce a flat fee of £2a day when visiting 47 destinations in Europe.
The fee will cover use of data, minutes and text allowances of the contract you’re on.
Three has revealed that from July 1 its fair use limit for data while in the EU will reduce from 20GB per month to 12GB.
O2 told its customers yesterday that they will be billed £3.50 for every gigabyte of data used above a 25Gb limit from August.
More to follow…
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