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Europe Eliminates Mobile Roaming Fees

10/27/2015, In a move that will certainly be appreciated by Europeans and visitors to the continent who use a local telco, the European Parliament today passed a law which eliminates mobile roaming fees. The implementation won’t be immediate though, mobile...

Eddy Cue Says Apple Is Trying To ‘Fix’ Roaming Charges

10/01/2015, If you set up roaming and take your number abroad then you might be well aware that it’s not exactly cheap, charges vary depending on the country you’re going to and the services you need there, but it goes without saying that many of us would...

T-Mobile Confirms Unlimited (2G) Global Data At No Extra Cost

10/09/2013, We’ve told you that this was coming earlier today, and T-Mobile just confirmed it with an official announcement, saying: “delivering unlimited global data at no extra charge in 100+ countries” (that includes SMS too). Unless something terrible is in...

Verizon in talks with Vodafone and China mobile over 4G LTE roaming

09/07/2011, The speeds from Verizon’s 4G LTE connectivity while pretty darn fast, is unfortunately limited to domestic usage. While this may be just fine for users who don’t travel often or have no use for data roaming while overseas, it is still an obstacle that...

AT&T and Verizon forced to share network with rivals for data

04/07/2011, AT&T and Verizon, the two largest carriers in America, have just been instructed by the FCC to share their networks with smaller carriers for the transfer of data. Right now the carriers have already been making deals with their rivals to share...

Motorola Droid 2 World Edition Comes With Speed Bump, White Casing

09/22/2010, It seems that the reported Droid 2 World Edition that may replace the original Droid 2 in Verizon Wireless’s lineup may get not only a SIM card slot and world phone status, but the new World Edition will also get a zippier 1.2 GHz Texas Instruments...

Cablevision, Comcast And Time Warner Agree To Free Wi-Fi Roaming

04/16/2010, Good news for folks who are living in the New York metropolitan area, as Cablevision, Comcast and Time Warner have agreed to let customers roam across Wi-Fi networks owned by each other at no additional charge. Currently the deal is limited to the New...