Sunday, 22 September 2019

Vodafone expands roaming footprint for business customers

posted by Vodafone
Thursday 28 March 19

Vodafone announced today that it has expanded its Business Traveller World Zone roaming footprint from 60 to 104 destinations. Business customers can use their minutes…

Vodafone announced today that it has expanded its Business Traveller World Zone roaming footprint from 60 to 104 destinations. Business customers can use their minutes, texts and data as they do in the UK in any of the destinations in their ‘World Zone’ for £5 per day*. In addition to existing popular ‘World Zone’ destinations, such as USA and Australia, new destinations include Morocco, South Korea and Malaysia.

In the majority of Europe**, business customers can use their UK plan for no extra charge - meaning they can send emails from Spain or make a conference call from Croatia and it won’t cost a penny extra. Those travelling further afield can use their UK plan for just £5 per day. Unlike other UK providers, Vodafone offers full speed roaming for the duration of the trip and does not limit the amount of data that can be used whilst abroad.

Anne Sheehan, Director, Vodafone Business UK, said: “We offer our customers worry-free roaming in more destinations than any other UK mobile provider. We know that travel is important to many of our business customers and because it’s important to them, it’s important to us.”

To find out more about roaming on our business plans, please visit: http://www.vodafone.co.uk/business-mobile-roaming


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