Brexit has repealed a number of EU laws in the UK, so the country that left the EU at the end of last December is not covered by the Roaming Ordinance on the conditions for using mobile telecommunications services in the Member States.
Once we can travel to Britain again, it is worth bearing in mind that at the same time as the country left the EU, a number of areas for EU citizens have become essentially unregulated, making travel, so to speak, cloudless. Such is the case with mobile phone roaming, meaning that with the exit of the British, everyone can rightly fear that the amount on their phone bill will change significantly in a positive direction after a London outing.
Fortunately, according to the Hungarian Communications Regulatory Authority, the National Media and Communications Authority (NMHH), this danger will not be a good threat to EU citizens (and British people traveling to the EU), as Brexit does not as a result of any mandatory changes in legislation regarding roaming.
Although, at the end of the transitional period, roaming providers will no longer be required to apply the charges provided for in the Roaming Regulation, it is not prohibited for them to continue to apply those charges.
– summarizes the situation with the authority. And indeed, as of 1 January, service providers will continue to bill services under roaming tariff zone 1 when a customer travels to the UK and, to the authority’s knowledge, do not even want to change that. However, if there is a change in any of the tariffs, the current legislation requires customers to inform customers well in advance, who are still obliged to apply the provisions on “Welcome SMS” and financial and data traffic restrictions.
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