on 01-07-2009 08:26 - last edited on 16-06-2012 07:24 by Admin
http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/bl ... ng-charges
The new tariffs include the following maximum costs:
- making a call while abroad will cost 37p per minute
- receiving calls will cost a maximum of 17p per minute
- sending a text message from another country inside the EU will cost 10p
- Data transfers will also fall dramatically, with a megabyte of data costing 85p
However 02 are still quoting £2.94 for a meg of data
See http://www.o2international.co.uk/standa ... _data.aspx
on 02-07-2009 00:57
My understanding is that the calls/text reductions have been approved and there are now legal requirements in place that carriers need to abide by but the data roaming cost reductions have been approved but the EU Parliment and Council have yet to finalise a date in which the data charges reductions become law. At the moment, the EU will be monitoring data roaming charges stated by networks and they advise to offer a 1 euro cap but legally network do not need to offer this, yet. Its a matter of time...
on 02-07-2009 01:18
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on 02-07-2009 02:08
Call 2266 free for new roaming charges.The figures quoted on this post appear to be correct.
Still says data at £3.00 a mb
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on 03-07-2009 10:09
Isn't that wonderful?