As those annoying and expensive roaming charges that can cause a shock when you use your mobile phone in Europe become a thing of the past, we are here to help you find out exactly how the changes could affect your next holiday.
After years of lobbying and campaigning by the EU, phone companies have finally been made to drop the extra fees forced on customers who use their mobiles on the continent. The EU has abolished the charges as of Thursday (June 15), which means you’ll be able to call, text and use mobile data at the same rates you would pay in the UK.
Read more: Full changes and roaming charges explained
The Roam Like Home legislation aims to prevent consumers receiving huge bills after downloading films or other data while travelling in Europe.
Some UK providers are throwing other countries and territories into their plans. These include non-EU countries such as Norway and places farther afield such as the United States.
Now you can use our widget below by putting in the name of your phone provider and looking for your destination. It will then tell you whether you’re covered.
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