Roaming charges are being abolished in Europe but if you travel outside of Europe you may have to pay these charges with your mobile carrier. Three has announced that it is ditching these roaming charges in another 11 destinations.
That now makes a total of 71 one destinations around the world where Three has removed roaming charges from.
The latest announcement sees Three continuing to tackle charges in long-haul holiday destinations as well as Europe, with the extension of Go Roam into emerging winter holiday hotspots such as Chile*, Colombia and Costa Rica, plus El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Uruguay, Vietnam and Mayotte.
Dave Dyson, Chief Executive at Three, said: “My ambition is to free our customers and offer 100% free roaming worldwide, and we will continue to abolish unfair roaming charges until we achieve this. We’re passionate about improving our customers’ experience when travelling abroad, so they can stay connected and use their phones just as they do at home. To reassure our customers, we have also committed to no changes to roaming on Three following Brexit.”
You can find out more details about the changes to Three’s roaming charges over at their website at the link below.
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