Vodafone will re-launch Brought around For British customers traveling to Europe from January 6. The decision, made public by the operator on Monday, is aimed at new customers and those updating their plan.
To date, Portuguese customers will not be affected when traveling to the UK Vodafone de Portugal “No planned changes Brought around“ From this country, Alexandra Ho explains, from operator to observer. The country, which withdrew from the European Union in January 2020, will be considered part of the European economy.
According to the newspaper Defender And news agency Reuters, Free of charge Brought around – Established in 2017 in the EU – Not protected by Brexit. The trade agreement states that both sides (EU and UK) will encourage mobile operators to “transparent and reasonable fees” for these services, which will allow them to use the mobile network abroad.
Subscribers covered by the move will have to pay up to 2 (€ 2.36) a day to use their monthly data, calls and messages in other parts of the European continent. Or you can choose to buy an 8 day or 15 day package and pay only பவு 1. (1.18 euros) per day. Oh Brought around There will be tax exemption in Ireland.
Most customers do not use it regularly Brought aroundVodafone UK CEO quoted by Reuters says they are paying for what they do not enjoy. “Therefore, we consider it fair to choose what people are paying for, select a pricing plan Brought around Free or paid Brought around Only when they use it, ”Ahmed Essam defended.
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