Roaming fees for travelling across the European Union ended in June 2017, allowing consumers to continue using their mobile plan in other EU nations at no additional cost, with a fair use limit. But following the UK’s exit from the bloc, roaming charges have been re-introduced across a number of major networks.
EE, the biggest UK network, has reintroduced roaming charges.
EE customers can use their minutes, texts and data allowances in EE’s European roaming zone for £2 a day or for £10 a month with a Roam Abroad add on.
O2 said they have no plans to re-introduce roaming charges in Europe.
O2 customers have a monthly data limit of 25GB when roaming and will be charged £3.50 for each GB after that.
For travelling outside of the EU, The O2 Travel Bolt On costs £4.99 a day in selected destinations outside Europe.
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Vodafone has reintroduced roaming charges for Britons travelling in Europe.
Like O2, Vodafone has a fair usage policy of 25GB of free roaming – but you will be charged if you breach the limit.
Customers not on these plans must purchase a multi-day pass for eight or 15 days.