You might have noticed a roaming charges slashing trend. The latest mobile operator to join in and offer more budget friendly roaming in the EU is Three (3).
The Euro Internet Pass option is available to the operator’s Pay Monthly customers and comes at £5 per day. This, according to Three, will help prevent that “bill-shocked” state of mind.
The release did not mention any caps or restrictions but Broadbandwatcher would also like to underline that it also did not say that it was an “unlimited” service.
However, Three stated that customers could use the service freely until midnight. “Go wild”, the operator stated.
The Marketing Director of Three, Thomas Malleschitz, was quoted as saying:
“The Euro Internet Pass gives our customers the freedom to use the internet in the EU without having to think about how many megabytes or gigabytes they are using or where the nearest Wi-Fi hotspot is.
“We’ve been campaigning for lower data roaming rates and welcome the new regulation from Europe.”
As a quick reminder, O2 also slashed its prices.