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EE reintroduces roaming charges for UK users in Europe

Mobile phone operator is the first to bring back the charge since the start of Brexit trade deal

The BT-owned mobile operator EE is to start charging UK customers to use their phones in Europe, having previously said it had no plans to reintroduce roaming costs after the Brexit trade deal struck at Christmas.

New EE customers or those upgrading after mid-July will have to pay £2 a day when they use their phones in 47 European countries from January. EE is the first UK operator to officially reintroduce roaming charges, although O2 has said it will impose an extra “fair use” charge if customers use more than 25GB of data in a month.

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