29. January 2016
by Henrique Tereno
27 October 2015 was a historical day for everyone who enjoys to travel and talk over the phone when abroad. After two years of negotiations, the European Parliament decided to abolish roaming charges.
On the one hand, removing roaming charges could help increase the EU’s popularity, due to the fact that it gives the impression that the EU member states are connected to each other instead of being separated states. All in all, the abolishment of roaming charges could probably spread a feeling of belonging to the EU, as people will be able to communicate with other Europeans just as easily and cheaply as with their countrymen.
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