on 25-04-2019 17:47
Hi I have to spend extended time in Denmark the past few months and its a real help being able to use my roaming data while out here. I also notice in Denmark I do get connected to a 4g network TeliaDK and speeds have been really decent, seems faster than when using my hand set in Spain.
Just wondering if we will loose the free roaming abroad when brexit kicks in ? I really hope not as its great being able to use my data while out of the UK
on 25-04-2019 17:51
However, Three have already said that nothing will change, so I expect others will have to follow their lead.
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone7 (EE)
26-04-2019 12:29 - edited 26-04-2019 12:31
UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright has stated that if we leave with a deal, nothing changes until December 2020 at the earliest. After that EU roaming charges could be re-introduced by the networks but capped at £45pm.
If we leave with no deal, EU roaming charges could be brought back immediately, but again, capped at £45pm.
Anyway, until Brexit actually happens, who knows? But, ultimately the UK networks could be forced to charge us customers if the EU networks decide to start charging them.
on 26-04-2019 15:14
Hi @Dino1968 , and thanks for your question! We checked on our end and got the below information on this.
We’re committed to providing our customers with great connectivity and value when they travel overseas. We currently have no plans to change our roaming services across Europe. We will be working closely with the government and other European operators to try and protect the current arrangements so our customers can continue to enjoy free EU roaming once Britain officially leaves the EU.
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