Vodafone has announced that standard roaming charges will return for customers travelling in EU countries from next year. This follows a similar announcement from EE in June and likely signals a wider return to mobile roaming charges in the EU.
EE has become the first mobile network to introduce roaming charges in Europe from January next year, with customers being charged a flat fee to roam in 47 European countries and territories.
O2 has announced it will be introducing a fair usage cap of 25GB when roaming in the EU from August – but not the end of free roaming, yet.
With international travel now open and the traffic light system in effect, you might be planning a much-needed getaway. We take a look at how to save on roaming costs both in EU and non-EU destinations.
Which? reveals the big changes for consumers resulting from the UK-EU trade deal, from visas to Ehics, booze cruises, online shopping and more
Trade deals currently being negotiated between the UK and the US, Australia and other countries could be used to help save holidaymakers money. Here's how to save on roaming during your next trip.
With the World Cup in Russia, many fans are getting ready to head over and support the Three Lions. If you are one of the 30000+ England fans making the trip, read our advice on the best deals that will save you money.
New Which? research shows the startling difference that providers can charge for using your mobile phone around the world, as it calls on the Government to publicly commit to prioritising free roaming in post-Brexit trade deals.
Thanks to an EU regulation it's never been cheaper to use your phone abroad. We've picked five free travel apps to make the most of your holiday and data.