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Roaming after Brexit?

  • 4 March 2019
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Will the EU roaming policy still be the same after Brexit?
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Best answer by Adzdalton 5 March 2019, 03:42

If a deal is made it will continue up until 2020 as it is now, however if if no deal is made it will be up to the providers once agsin to set charges.



I think the government thought has stated they'll implement a £45 capp.



It's all very complicated at the moment and there's not many real answers. I'd suggest having a read of this though. That'll probably help.



https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/business-45064268
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Hi @George Topliss If any changes come in to play relating to roaming then it’s very likely we’ll notify all customers of any such changes when known.

Not to mention we’d update our website too.

We have no news on this currently.

Wnat happens if no deal bretax will I still be able to roam at no extra charge

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Hi @JCMyles,

We aren't able to advise just as of yet but I'm sure we will know more soon. However once we know more and if any changes are to be made I'm sure you will be informed.

Kash
I'm sure everyone will agree that being able to use your mobile abroad as you would at home is something that we hope will stay whatever the outcome of Brexit.
It's suggested that the 3 network has no plans to change anything. Good News.
What is iD planning to do as it piggy backs 3 ?
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If a deal is made it will continue up until 2020 as it is now, however if if no deal is made it will be up to the providers once agsin to set charges.

I think the government thought has stated they'll implement a £45 capp.

It's all very complicated at the moment and there's not many real answers. I'd suggest having a read of this though. That'll probably help.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/business-45064268

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