Summer roaming charges revealed for Vodafone customers
17 May 2010 — 12:05 PM
Consumers thinking of selling old mobile phones to upgrade to newer devices with internet access could take advantage of new data roaming charges from Vodafone.
The network operator is to offer cheaper ways to communicate abroad this summer when its new fees come into force from June 15th, providing the first five megabytes of internet usage for just £1 in Europe and £3 in the rest of the world.
Mobile phone customers who use their handset or mobile broadband in another country will "be receiving a free real-time text alert each time they are about to reach the end of their data allowance, allowing them to monitor their data usage and making it easier to control their spend", the firm stated.
Under the new pricings, football enthusiasts heading to the World Cup in South Africa will also be able to contact friends and family at normal UK rates for a 75-pence additional fee per call.
Vodafone recently launched new prices for its BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express option, which allows businesses to offer synchronisation solutions to their employees.
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