The European Commission has issued a reminder that from tomorrow, 15 June, roaming charges for mobile phone users will no longer apply throughout the EU. Anyone travelling within the European Union can use their phone as though they were still in their own country. As the following video from the European Commission shows, this applies to calls, texts and data, so to phones and internet devices – there is more information HERE. At present, with the UK still part of the European Union, this will apply to British travellers, many of whom I’m sure will hope that there will be an agreement as part of the Brexit negotiations for it to continue.
— European Commission (@EU_Commission) 14 June 2017