From July 1st, the new regulation of the European Union for mobile operators begins to apply. Thanks to it, you can spend much more time on the Internet abroad. Be careful, however, if you are planning a holiday outside the EU. Lying on a beach in Greece or cycling in the Alps? Now you can share your experiences as if you were at home. The maximum price for 1 GB was reduced from three euros to two euros and forty cents. However, the price reduction should continue in the coming years. “The examination of the European roaming market showed that wholesale price ceilings should be further reduced,” says Ingrid Ludviková, spokeswoman for the Representation of the European Commission in Slovakia. Regulations from the Union have been coming gradually for several years. It can be said that it is one of the more unsuccessful rules that the union is introducing. However, be very careful about some countries. Most often, we can burn ourselves with data or phone calls if we travel to Switzerland or Turkey. These countries are not EU member states, so they are not affected by the regulation. Many Slovaks have experience with expensive services. If you are traveling outside the European Union, there are several ways to save and not ruin the family budget. The easiest way is to turn off data and use only the Wi-Fi network. However, if you want to be online all the time, it is ideal to buy a card from a local operator in that country. You can learn more from the report attached above.
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