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EU agrees to scrap roaming charges by June 2017

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 30 June 15

Agreement between European Parliament, Council, Commission also set to usher in net neutrality law.

Roaming charges throughout the EU are set to be scrapped in June 2017, after the European Parliament and EU Council on Tuesday backed the European Commission's proposal to bring them to an end. The three institutions also agreed to enshrine net neutrality rules that prevent unfair blocking or connection speed throttling, and paid prioritisation of Web traffic…

Roaming charges throughout the EU are set to be scrapped in June 2017, after the European Parliament and EU Council on Tuesday backed the European Commission's proposal to bring them to an end. The three institutions also agreed to enshrine net neutrality rules that prevent unfair blocking or connection speed throttling, and paid prioritisation of Web traffic…

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