Mobile users 'could enjoy a summer of savings'
6 July 2009 — 10:05 AM
Recent moves by a number of networks to save their customers money on phone fees when travelling within the EU have been welcomed by one expert.
A spokesman for moneysupermarket.com said whether it was mobile calls or broadband, there are now a range of deals that are worth consideration.
James Parker, manager of mobiles and broadband at the site, said some of the latest contracts would make holidaymakers very happy this summer as they can head abroad safe in the knowledge their bills would be lower.
"The latest wave of roaming caps came into place on July 1st 2009 bringing down the costs of calls and texts throughout the EU. However, there are still traps to look out for," he explained.
Among these was mobile web access, which can still be expensive if you are on certain plans.
Last week, both Vodafone and T Mobile announced changes to their international roaming fees.
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