Under new plans put forward by the European Commission, the EU’s current telecoms roaming regulation will be extended for another ten years from mid-2022, reports telecompaper. The rules mean that users do not pay additional charges for using their phone in other countries, and have resulted in a dramatic increase in mobile phone usage across the continent. The new regulation will also include a requirement to provide equivalent data speeds, ensuring that, where possible, service quality is at the same level as in the user’s home country. There will be a continuation of the reduction in wholesale price caps, says the news site.
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Under new plans put forward by the European Commission, the EU’s current telecoms roaming regulation will be extended for another ten years from mid-2022, reports telecompaper.
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