Mobile web access price caps in Europe 'set too high'
Posted in: Mobile & Wireless at 20/02/2012 16:40
The communications minister, Ed Vaizey, is being urged to fight a change to European Union rules that will mean travellers could still be charged hundreds of pounds to browse the web from their phones.
The European commission is about to set price curbs that will fix the cost of using a phone while travelling until 2022, but the cuts proposed will still mean mobile internet access is hundreds of times more expensive abroad than at home.
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