The EU stated clearly - the roaming charges prior to these
changes have left consumers bill-shocked because
of their unreasonably high costs.
T-Mobile has launched two new options, also known as
Travel Boosters, one for smartphone owners and the
other for dongle users.
According to T-Mobile, the new EU roaming price
plan starts at £1 for 3MB of data, which rises
significantly when exiting Europe.
In more detail, those travelling to the States, India or
Turkey are likely to pay a fiver, a
tenner if you want to roam from Jamaica or
The price grows to as much as £25 when roaming
from countries such as Qatar, Cuba or Brazil with
the rates for Chile and Hong Kong being only
slightly cheaper - £20.
The data also has an expiry date (30 days) if it does not get
used up prior to that.
T-Mobile's Ben Fritsch, who holds the Head of
Propositions helm at the company commented on the new packages:
"We are really proud to be the
first UK operator to ensure our customers can continue to be
connected, anywhere in the world - and have the peace of mind
they'll never come back to an unexpected bill."
As a quick reminder, T-Mobile is currently a part of
Everything Everywhere along with