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Brexit does not necessarily mean the end of roaming services at domestic prices
Not being a part of the European Union since December 31, 2020, and thus constituting a third country, the United Kingdom is not subject to the rules maximizing the charges of roaming and international calls anymore. Nevertheless, service providers may retain the terms used thus far.
Intra-EU international calls and SMS rates to be cut
Pursuant to an EU Regulation, starting from mid-May, per-minute rates for intra-EU international mobile and landline calls for residential subscribers will be capped at EUR 0.19, with the maximum rate for SMS being set at EUR 0.06.
NMHH: Over a three-year period, the data traffic of mobile internet services has quadrupled
For the first time, the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) has published its renewed mobile phone market report presenting the developments of the main quantitative indicators of the mobile phone, mobile internet and mobile M2M services.
Hungarians increasingly embrace mobile internet use while in other EU countries
99 per cent of Hungarian mobile users who have been abroad know that roaming surcharges within the EU were abolished last June and this is particularly evident in mobile internet use: the latest survey of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) revealed that the number of phone users using data roaming saw a 50% increase from 2016 to 2017.
No more concern about roaming surcharges causing bill shock from mid-June
As of 15 June, no surcharge will apply when making and receiving calls, sending SMS or using the internet on mobile phones across the European Union. As school summer vacation is about to start, operators may only impose EU roaming surcharges in addition to domestic charges in specific cases.
Roaming charges will be abolished – what does that mean in practice?
The National Media and Infocommunications Authority will continue to actively monitor and supervise compliance with the roaming rules.
Smart mobile phone use from abroad! – roaming regulations
We tend to travel abroad more frequently nowadays and do not like giving up the comfort of using our mobile phone or browsing the internet while on the road. Luckily, mobile telephony abroad, especially in EU member states, has become an accessible and natural convenience for an increasing number of people.
Before you go on a trip abroad, you should consult the NMHH website about the legislative background and your service provider about the tariffs in effect.
NMHH: 3+1 changes in Hungarian infocommunications regulations effective as of 1 July
After two decades, we bid farewell to blue numbers; after 15 years, new regulations will be implemented in the market of electronic signatures; infocommunications market rapid reports can resume with legislative guarantee; broadband networks may be installed using public utilities infrastructure – these are the key legislative changes on infocommunications becoming effective as of 1 July. Being in the middle of the summer, let's not forget about reasonable roaming use, either.
Roaming Charges to be Abolished Across Europe from Summer 2017
Commencing 15 June 2017 outgoing calls can be initiated, incoming calls received, sending texts or surfing the Web will be available at no extra cost.