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Many businesses as well as individuals will welcome the news that the European Parliament has taken the step to end mobile phone roaming fess and made internet access less dependable on wifi.

Today, at a plenary session of the European Parliament, in Strasbourg voted to abolish roaming surcharges by the end of June 2017.

This means that everyone from people taking their annual vacation to small and medium enterprises building their trade will be able to benefit from a level playing field.

The Parliament also voted to cap roaming fess from April 2016 – again assisting many.

This is a tangible example of how the EU can and does impact upon people’s everyday lives. Ensuring a level playing field for business and helping citizens – irrespective of where they live in the EU.

If you wish further information on the forthcoming legislation in the European Parliament, please d not hesitate to contact



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