Sunday May 31, 2020

EU pulls back from roaming rules limits plan

Commission working on new plan on Juncker's orders

9th September, 2016
EU Commission roaming rules draft proved controversial. Pic: Pixabay

The EU earlier this week announced a "fair-use" policy that sought to prevent consumers from using phones abroad at home prices for more than 90 days.

A statement on the Commission's website said regulators, acting on the orders of the body's president Jean-Claude Juncker, had "withdrawn the draft and are working on a new version".

The fair use policy is designed to prevent abusive usage of roaming services at domestic prices. Examples cited by the commission...

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