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EE, Three, Vodafone confirm you won’t be charged to use mobile data in Europe after Brexit

EE, Three, Vodafone confirm you won’t be charged to use mobile data in Europe after Brexit

ALL FOUR of the UK’s biggest mobile providers have now confirmed that roaming charges will not be re-introduced following the transition to the new relationship with the European Union next month – something that was far from certain during the four years since the referendum result.

If you have a pay monthly contract or SIM-only deal with Three, EE, Vodafone or O2, you can breathe a sigh of relief. All four of these major providers have now confirmed there are “no plans” to change how roaming charges work in the European Union for British customers, despite the dramatic change in the relationship between the UK and its European neighbours from January 1, 2021.

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