MSE: Ofcom should protect consumers against roaming costs

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Ofcom has been urged to introduce regulations that protect consumers from expensive roaming charges after the majority of operators reneged on promises not to reintroduce charges in the EU following Brexit.

EU regulations that allowed any citizen of a member state to use their voice, text, and data allowances in another were first introduced in 2017 but there were no provisions for the continuation of the policy in the UK’s withdrawal agreement from the EU.

Despite constant protestations that they had no intention of withdrawing free EU roaming, EE, Three and Vodafone have all done …

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