EE recently launched their 4G roaming in France And Spain, the company has now rolled out the device to more countries, with a total of 14 new locations.
Included in the 14 new countries are Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Poland, Norway, Luxembourg, Moldova, Russia and Switzerland in Europe.
EE will also make their 4G roaming available in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and also Canada, the company has not announced any details on when the service will be rolled out to customers traveling to the USA.
Many companies are looking to do away with roaming charges thanks to the European regulators, although EE will be charging a small fee for this service, we presume until the new regulations come into force.
According to Engadget, EE has plans to offer their 4G roaming service to all major travel destinations around the world by the end of the year, as soon as we get some more information on which countries are next, we will let you guys know.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Gadgets News