This year, Virgin and O2 will not charge UK customers for mobile roaming in the EU

This year, Virgin and O2 will not charge UK customers for mobile roaming in the EU

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EE and Vodafone have announced that they will restore roaming charges for customers travelling to the EU in January, while Three will do so in May. Despite other major networks introducing an extra price, Virgin Media O2 users will not be charged for roaming this year. EE and Vodafone, two of the UK’s four largest networks, said in January that they would restore roaming charges for users travelling to the EU, while Three plans to do so in May.

Sunwing: 27 Canadian influencer party flight passengers face inquiry after returning from Cancun. But O2 and Virgin Mobile have now said they will maintain their inclusive roaming in the bloc, so their customers can travel and use their data, calls and texts just as they would in the UK. Virgin Media O2’s Gareth Turpin said: “We’re starting the year by giving our customers some certainty: we will not be reintroducing roaming fees in Europe for customers on O2 or Virgin Mobile. “Unlike all the other major mobile networks who are bringing back roaming fees, we will not be following suit.

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