Only two phone networks cancel EU roaming charges
The Independent|January 11, 2022
But PM still claims O2 and Virgin decision is a Brexit victory
JON STONE

The government has claimed a Brexit victory after two mobile phone networks declined to impose new roaming charges on travel to the EU. The charges were abolished by the EU in 2017,but Boris Johnson’s Brexit trade deal failed to maintain the perk of membership.

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