Though citizens of the European Union have been promised that they will live roaming-free as of June 15th, loopholes in the Regulation are being increasingly used by mobile operators to retain roaming charges a New Europe investigation has uncovered. Companies who can substantiate to national regulators that they are not able to recover their “actual or projected costs” of providing roaming services, can continue to impose surcharges to their clients for services consumed in the European Union (...

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