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Remember when you could travel pretty freely and use your mobile phone without worrying about exhorbitant roaming fees? Great wasn’t it. / Well, the Brexit deal with the EU didn’t retain the EU’s ban on roaming fees and so Brits lost that freedom to roam – in more ways than one.
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Travellers from the UK lost almost £9m a week this summer due to roaming charges.
An influential UK consumer rights organization is calling on UK communications regulator Ofcom to reintroduce formal, compulsory protections for Brits who use their mobile phones within the European Union, claiming that the falling away of such rights following Brexit has led to widespread confusion and the return of post-vacation bill shock.
Due to the end of a post-Brexit grace period on 30 June, firms no longer have to send a warning text when consumers start roaming.
Extra costs for using mobile phone data in Europe have come into force following Brexit, but one provider says many people aren't aware what they'll be charged if they use their phone on holiday this summer.
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.
There was no public announcement of the change, which was quietly slipped into new contracts earlier this week.
“Let's celebrate having something we already had!," one actor exclaimed after Boris Johnson and Nadine Dorries boasted about free roaming.
Most networks are reimposing the charges post-Brexit, after the EU abolished them.
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.
The new rules look to hit the pockets of Brit holidaymakers as well as causing more hassle.
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.
Britain has been outside the EU’s legal regime for a year and has faced a number of impacts.
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.
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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.
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