Now is the day, or rather the year, because yes, this 2017 we will see disappear roaming once and for all. At least that's what is going to happen in Europe, although, as we know, gold is never all that glitters, so if you want to know everything about the end of this hated practice, do not miss the following lines.
What is roaming?
Roaming is a term with a good few years now behind her, and that is what we have been suffering since the dawn of mobile technology. It is based on paying an additional amount for our fee to use it when we are abroad.
However, these "small charge" is not that they were just economic, but with only a few days outside the country, we could see how our bill soared, which makes sense seeing the prices of 0.19 euros per minute and 0, 20 euros per MB consumed something crazy, amounting to 1 euro every 5 MB-. Thus, in 2015, was raised eliminate roaming in June 2017 , which seems to be realizing this summer .
How will roaming end in Europe?
A few months makes it official , but on June 15 this year- the date chosen to end the tyranny of roaming- inexorably approaches, he has to go checking who and how we can take advantage of this.
The first thing to consider is that all, and yes, I say all, we can benefit from this, as we are an operator of lifelong as if we have a OMV . In addition to this, we must stress that is only available in countries that are part of the European Union, upon whose list could leave the United Kingdom, so that roaming will remain if we leave the continent .
However, not everything is camping at our leisure, because we also have some limitations, including the fact that we can not use it for months outside our country. If we spend 4 months out with our roaming rate, we will reach a small charge of the operator, so if you're planning to leave until one year of Erasmus or work abroad, surely you will more cost effective to purchase a fee that country.
And since you've come here, I encourage you to see the video that our fellow Urban Techno have made on the subject
And you, what do you think of this news?