When you travel to a foreign country, your mobile phone keeps working: you are roaming. You can make & receive mobile phone calls, write text messages (SMS) or surf the internet and download content. Your calls, SMS and other data services are operated by a foreign network because your home provider does not normally operate in that country. For providing this service, the foreign network operator charges your home operator and your home operator passes this additional cost on to you.
Did you know? New EU roaming rules enter into force 1 July 2012. For example the new price caps for mobile data roaming expected to save you a lot of Euros. How are you going to save money with the new roaming prices? Share your saving examples with us via Youtube-comments or directly on our DAE Facebook page: http://facebook.com/DigitalAgenda