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It comes as new EU new rules mean that a roaming customer who can use 5G services at home should also have 5G roaming services when this is available in another member state.
Giffgaff and Tesco have joined EE, Sky Mobile, Three and Vodafone in making contract changes.
Two of the UK’s four biggest networks – EE and Vodafone – are reintroducing roaming charges for customers travelling to Europe from this month, with Three also set to reintroduce them in May 2022.
Small businesses can expect trade with the European Union to be “permanently damaged” from 1 January, a supply chain trade body has said.
The return of roaming fees follows the UK’s departure from the EU, with the bloc having removed roaming charges for people moving around Europe in 2017.
Since the Brexit vote, some of the UK's biggest mobile phone operators have revealed that they will be reintroducing roaming charges in the EU.
All four of the main UK mobile carriers have now announced plans to reintroduce roaming charges for customers traveling within Europe, following Brexit.
As Three joins EE and Vodafone in bringing back roaming charges, which network is now best for holidays on the continent?
Customers who join or renew with Three from October 1 will face a £2 daily charge when using their phones in an EU country next year.
EE will charge customers for mobile usage in other European countries from next year, despite previously saying it had no plans to reintroduce them after Brexit.
Some Brits will face EU roaming charges for the first time since 2017, as EE is the first carrier to break its promise that nothing would change after Brexit.
EE has announced it will reintroduce roaming charges from January, despite saying just months ago it had no plans to do so after Brexit.
EE will bring back roaming charges for new customers who use their phones in Europe.