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GlobalRoaming
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Hello folks

 

I am confused.

 

 

First, there seem to two flavours of this Bolt On:

  1. O2 Travel
  2. O2 Travel & Higher Data Limit in non-O2 Travel countries

 

Could someone explain what the difference is?

 

Then, when I chose either, I receive the following warning:

This Bolt On isn't compatible with the Standard Rates in our Europe Zone Bolt On you already have.

 

What is the alternative to the "Standard Rates in our Europe Zone Bolt On"?

 

I thought operators were prevented from charging extra for usage in Europe.

 

Many thanks in advance for your help.

 

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You're welcome @Jenjen-1 

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I am travelling to Cuba. If I add the bolt on ‘O2 Travel & Higher Data Limit in non-O2 Travel Countries’ will it be valid for use while I’m there?
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No I'm afraid not.

These are the rates for Cuba  which is classed as International

 

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@RCN13 

No sorry. Cuba is not included.

Standard rates only and no data:

 

Standard Rates

Our Pay Monthly customers will be charged at the following rate when calling or texting from this country.

Making a local call to landlines or mobiles will always be the same price as calling home when you're abroad.

Sending a picture message (MMS) costs 55p and it's always free to receive a text.

When in:  Cuba     Calling:  United Kingdom (UK)

Making calls - per minute£2.00
Receiving calls - per minute£2.00
Sending texts - per message50p

Cost per MB of using data:

Data usageN/A

Data is not available

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