UK mobile operators diverge on European roaming charges

John Leonard
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Some mobile customers will soon be charged for roaming
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Some mobile customers will soon be charged for roaming

Virgin Media and O2 will continue offering free roaming, while Three, Vodafone and EE will charge travellers extra

A split has opened up between the UK's major mobile network operators on whether to reintroduce roaming charges for data and phone calls when travelling in Europe, with Virgin Media O2 brands optin...

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