EE brings back European roaming charges after Brexit

Elvera Bartels

EE has become the first cellular operator to provide again roaming expenses for United kingdom prospects in Europe after a ban was scrapped since of Brexit.

The BT-owned firm will levy a payment of £2 a working day on travellers who be a part of as a new customer or up grade their cellphone after July seven. The invoice will apply to United kingdom visitors in forty seven European countries, beginning in January.

The shift is very likely to spark speculation that rivals could follow match. Britain’s departure from the European Union suggests that a Brussels ban on roaming expenses no lengthier applies.

Cellular corporations like EE had beforehand reported there ended up no programs to reintroduce expenses.

The BT-owned operator reported the levy is a “flat payment” that will consist of all info, texts and voice calls. Consumers will not be charged more to use their phones in the

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