EE first UK Mobile operator to reintroduce roaming charges in Europe

EE first UK Mobile operator to reintroduce roaming charges in Europe

UK Mobile operator EE will charge new UK customers extra to use their mobile phones in Europe from January, the BBC reports. Those joining or upgrading from 7th July 2021 will be charged £2 a day to use their allowances in 47 European destinations from January 2022. EE, which is part of BT Group, previously said it had no plans to reintroduce roaming charges in Europe. It is the first UK operator to reintroduce the charges since the EU trade deal was signed in December. Since 2017, mobile networks in…

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COVID-19 travel certificate rolled out in Belgium

COVID-19 travel certificate rolled out in Belgium

A COVID-19 travel certificate expected to greatly simplify travel within the EU has been made available in Belgium from Wednesday (16 June), the country’s authorities confirmed. The “European digital COVID certificate”, referred to in Belgium as the COVID certificate, is a document obtained at no cost and recognised throughout the European Union to facilitate travel abroad, whether business trips or tourist stays. It contains data as to the person’s COVID-19 vaccination status, current negative PCR test, or confirmation that the person has recently recovered from the disease. It will be…

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EU leaders reject Franco-German Russian summit plan

EU leaders reject Franco-German Russian summit plan

In the early hours of today (25 June) EU leaders concluded the first day of the summer European Council. Discussions on Russia ended at two in the morning following a lively exchange. In the early hours of today (25 June) EU leaders concluded the first day of the summer European Council. Discussions on Russia ended at two in the morning following a lively exchange. Please accept the cookie consent It was clear yesterday morning that a proposal for an EU-Russia summit put forward by the French and Germans had upset…

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