If you’re heading for your first EU break since Brexit, you may be trying to figure out what changes will be made to your trip.
You want to make sure you avoid any unnecessary delays or charges for your long-awaited break.
Once you’ve charged these charges, you may not realize you’re racking up EU roaming charges. If your mobile network has these charges, you could unknowingly be spending a small fortune on calls and texts.
To help you save some holiday pennies, we’ve put together a list of some of the mobile networks that offer free roaming in the EU and how you can sign up.
Mobile networks without roaming charges in the EU
With Tesco mobile, 48 countries called ‘Home to Home’ will allow you to use your phone as normal, with texts and calls coming from your allowance as usual. This will still be the case for 2022.
You can sign up for a Tesco mobile SIM card or plan here.
O2 also offers EU roaming as part of its plans. Your data (subject to a roaming limit), minutes and SMS quotas will work in O2’s Europe zone, just like at home.
If your UK monthly data allowance is more than 25GB, you will have a 25GB roaming limit when roaming in the Europe zone.
Learn more and register for a plan here.
BT’s ‘Roam Like Home’ allows you to use your texts, calls and data abroad at no extra cost compared to home.
All SIM plans include data roaming in 47 destinations worldwide.
Find out which countries are included and register here.
With Giffgaff, you can use your phone in the EU and select destinations just like you use them at home and at no additional cost.
For pay-as-you-go, the charges will be the same as in the UK.
Goodybags have a roaming cap, but only after using 20 GB.
You can find out more and sign up for a Giffgaff SIM card here.
All ID plans include EU roaming, so you don’t have to worry about unexpected bills.
You can “travel like home” to 50 destinations across the EU, EEA and beyond. The minutes, texts and data you use simply come from your remaining monthly allowances.
Learn more and register here.
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This notice was published: 2022-06-22 16:51:00