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Topic # 84550 2-Jun-2011 09:27
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From TNW:


From today, Vodafone is increasing its daily data roaming allowance by five times. This means, those accessing Internet from their mobile phones can consume 25MB of data each day, up from 5MB previously.

Vodafone divides its data roaming territories into two price zones – Europe, and the rest of the world, and the European zone constitutes 35 countries. If you’re on a contract, you can pay an extra £10 a month to receive this new European roaming allowance. If you’re venturing outside of Europe, you can expect to pay £5 a day for 25MB of data.

Those on monthly plans costing £40 a month or more (with at least 900 UK minutes) will receive Vodafone Data Traveller for Europe at no extra daily cost.

Alternatively, you can opt to pay £2 a day for a Vodafone Data Traveler pass, which would probably make more sense for those only venturing abroad for sporadic short stays.

The same per-day rates apply across both contract and PAYG customers.


I haven't seen the official release yet.

 




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