Already, three Polish telecoms networks are resigning from maintaining roaming rules in Great Britain similar to those in the European Union. Right now, there is one worker leaving them at home.
The principle of roaming at home (RLAH), which was introduced in the European Economic Area, has greatly facilitated travel in the countries of the group. In short, the important point is that – with the exception of limitations and exceptions in the legislation – When staying in the European Union, we pay for calls, texts and internet the same as in our country.
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As Rzeczpospolita notes, After Brexit, more and more Polish telecom operators have resigned from maintaining this principle. Play and T-Mobile have already charged additional fees. The Orange Network has announced that the RLAH extension offer will expire on October 17th.
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Since the beginning of October, T-Mobile has been increasing prices, but only for prepaid customers. However, incoming calls and SMS on this network will not be charged.
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At the moment, Plus is the only network that maintains the rules of the European Union in Great Britain. “We are not currently planning any changes in this area,” Arcadius Majuski of Plas told Rzeczpospolita.
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