I am going to Tenerife for 3 weeks next week. i have checked the fair usage policy znd it would seem i could use an unlimited plan for that time and not have a cap set, is this right
"We understand that sometimes you'll want to roam for a few weeks at a time. That's absolutely fine. But if you roam more than you use your phone at home (we mean in the UK) over a 4-month period, we might think you’re permanently roaming. If so, we'll take the following action:
Best answer by Mohammed
That’s not correct, sorry for any misunderstandings.
Tenerife (Spain) is one of our inclusive roaming destinations so you can use your allowances like you’re at home, at no extra cost.
There’s an open data policy applicable to some plans which caps how much data can be used abroad (simply go to https://www.idmobile.co.uk/help-and-advice/eu-roaming/fair-usage-policy and scroll down to Open data policy and select the relevant options)
Not all plans have this policy but it’s best to check.
For example, the £9.00 4GB plan has a 2.3GB open data policy cap so the first 2.3GB of allowances is inclusive, after that there’s a small charge applicable.
If you had no open data usage policy applicable to your plan, then you can use all of your allowances abroad at no cost.
So if you were on the £15.00 per month for 20GB plan, then this does not apply.
Therefore you can use up all 20GB at no extra cost.
Once you’ve used up your allowances though, then you will be charged for additional out of plan usage at the roaming rates.