European Commission hopes to abolish roaming charges with its latest proposal

Following the European Commission’s withdrawal of a proposal that would limit the number of days consumers can use their mobile phones abroad without paying additional charges, Andrus Ansip, Vice-President of the Digital Single Market in the European Commission, has today announced a revised approach. The latest draft aims to protect operators from customers abusing their “Roam like at Home” services by introducing a few safeguards. There will, however, be no limit imposed on the amount of time and data users can process while they’re abroad. They simply have to stay within their monthly allowance to not incur any added fees. If…

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