Europe says it will abolish roaming charges in 2017 but we’ve heard that before

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Roaming charges for mobile phones will be abolished across the European Union (EU) in June 2017. The European Commission has announced that the process, which began in 2013, has finally led to an agreement. The decision means that from 2017, mobile phone users travelling within the EU will pay the same price for calls, SMS messages and data as they do in their home country. The change will come as part of a major overhaul of EU telecoms rules next year. It will be joined by a commitment to net neutrality, which will take effect from March 2016. Roaming charges are already…

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