Vodafone to bring back EU roaming charges from January

VODAFONE will charge new customers £2 a day in roaming fees from the beginning of next year.

You’ll be charged the fee to use your monthly allowance in Europe from January 2022 although you can cut the cost to £1 a day by paying for a multi-day pass.

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It’s comes as EE and O2 have done the same, scrapping free roaming in the EU following Brexit.

Mobile firms were banned from charging extra fees to use your UK allowance of minutes, texts and data in Europe while the UK was still part of the EU.

But now Brexit has concluded, the rules no longer apply.

Anybody signing up to a new contract or renewing their existing one from August 11 will be charged the new £2 a day fee.

But it won’t come into force until January 6 next year so you can still roam for free until then.

Voxi customers won’t be affected by the price increase even though the brand is owned by Vodafone.

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