Three's all-you-can-eat £5 a day Euro Internet Pass is among the most generous to date, with the company promising no limits on browsing or uploading pictures within the EU.Whereas Vodafone's EuroTraveller plan allows UK contract customers to pay £3 per day for calls, text and a web allocation. Its Data Traveller offers all customers 25MB of data for £2, after which the charge is £1/MB.
However, the package - which can't be used for tethering - is only available to pay-monthly customers, and according to a spokesperson, pay-as-you-go users will still be charged by the MB, typically at £1.28/MB in countries such as France.
Friday, June 15, 2012
UK - Three and Vodafone launch alternatives to the regulator roaming rates
PC Pro reports the new roaming tariffs from Three and Vodafone.