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Net neutrality and Roaming

News Alert - 27-10-2015
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A ban on "roaming" surcharges for using mobile phones abroad in the EU, to take effect from June 2017, and clear rules on the right to internet access, will become law when Parliament takes its final vote on the new telecoms package.

Roaming fees for calling, sending text messages and using mobile internet abroad in the EU will be banned from 15 June 2017.
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  1. Plenary session debate - European single market for electronic communication    27/10/2015

A ban on "roaming" surcharges for using mobile phones abroad in the EU, to take effect from June 2017, and new rules on internet access will become law when Parliament takes its final vote on the new telecoms package on Tuesday. A press conference is scheduled for 15.30. (Debate Monday, vote Tuesday)

Report Pilar del Castillo Vera (A8-0300/2015)

  1. Plenary session - Vote on European single market for electronic communication report    27/10/2015

A ban on "roaming" surcharges for using mobile phones abroad in the EU, to take effect from June 2017, and new rules on internet access will become law when Parliament takes its final vote on the new telecoms package on Tuesday. A press conference is scheduled for 15.30. (Debate Monday, vote Tuesday)

Report Pilar del Castillo Vera (A8-0300/2015)

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