disappear on 15 June. In technical terms, roaming will continue to exist, including within the European Union: when you are abroad, you use the network of the operator in the country you are in. The big difference is that you and your staff in European Union countries can call and browse online using mobile devices, at your national rate. So all agreed rates and any customized discounts included in your contract will apply throughout the EU.
This does mean that from now on, you will use call minutes or data volume from your Belgian package while you are abroad. So from 15 June it will be more advantageous to upgrade the national bundles in your organization, particularly if your staff often travel to other EU countries.
There are still separate roaming rates for non-European Union countries. Are you driving to Italy via Switzerland this summer? Don’t forget that Switzerland is not in the EU and the roaming rates are higher there. Attractive roaming options are still available to cover non-EU countries.
Proximus makes sure that you can go over your rate bundle by a maximum of €50 nationally and a maximum of €50 abroad. This protection is set as standard for every mobile phone number. Users are free to switch off this setting.
Contact your account manager or go to www.proximus.be/roaming for the current roaming rates
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