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EU proposes ten-year roaming extension

01.03.2021
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Updated regulation will aim for service improvements

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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