In case of a no-deal Brexit, Brits who like using their phones when out of the country might have to start factoring in roaming charges before they start browsing in an EU member country.
Roaming charges — the fee you pay to use another phone network — were scrapped entirely in the EU in 2017. But, if the UK ends up leaving the European Union without a deal, roaming charges may come back on March 29, HuffPost first reported.
Per HuffPost, a set of regulations — entitled the Mobile Roaming (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 — presented to parliament on Tuesday, state that the UK will be revoking the legislation that protects you from extra costs when using your phone while travelling in another EU country. Read more...More about Smartphones, Brexit, Roaming Charge, Tech, and Politics