The British spared roam-like-home UK
British residents are going to have to ask themselves the same questions. Operators EE and Vodafone should not apply roaming charges to their customers, according to the BBC. The British government has warned: leaving Europe, the country has also freed itself from the tariff agreements in force in telecommunications. London has however put up safeguards, asking operators to inform customers and limiting tariff overruns to 45 pounds. Once this amount has been reached, the subscriber should give his consent to be able to continue using his telephone.
Before leaving abroad, one piece of advice remains in order: check the commercial conditions specific to your package, in order to avoid unpleasant surprises on your return.