No Data Roaming Charges For EE Customers
EE are joining the likes of Three and Vodafone and scrapping data roaming charges while traveling throughout Europe. EE’s pay monthly customers will be able to take advantage of the service by June 15, while 4GEE are able to take advantage of the offer from May 10, with some countries outside of Europe included.
If you have a pay monthly contract with EE, you will now be able to use your data including, 4G, Calls and Text, without any extra charges in the following countries.
Isle of Man
There are other countries on the free list, but to have access to them you will need to have the 4GEE contract. 4GEE Customers have been able to make calls abroad, within some countries, with no extra cost for a while now. On top of the list above 4GEE are now including USA, Canada Mexico Australia and New Zealand.
This means EE now offer their inclusive service in 52 countries around the world. Which is more than any of its competitors. O2 are yet to introduce the free data roaming offers to its customers, who are still having to pay £1.99 per day while in Europe and up to £3.99 a day for anyone travelling outside of Europe.
So if you are planning a summer holiday this year, and your contract is up for renewal, then consider a change if you are still with O2 and still being charged for data roaming. That way you avoid any holiday blues when you receive you next phone bill.