Tomorrow, European mobile operators will be obliged to offer roaming offers to their customers at no extra cost. After Orange and Bouygues Telecom, it is the turn of Free Mobile to unveil its new offers.
Until now, Free Mobile was by far the most generous with its customers in terms of roaming. They were entitled to 5 GB of data per month in 35 countries of the European Union, but also in the United States or Canada (among others). Good news, as part of the end of roaming in Europe decided by the European Parliament, Free will swell a little more its envelope of data in roaming.
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25 GB of roaming in Europe and the United States … But in 3G
Starting tomorrow, Free Mobile customers will be entitled to a 25 GB envelope of roaming data in 35 countries in Europe (including the European Union as a whole), as well as in North America USA and Canada), Oceania (Australia and New Zealand) and Israel. Attention, unlike its competitors, this envelope of data is not in 4G, but only in 3G. Here’s exactly what the offer contains:
• 25GB / month of 3G mobile Internet from Europe, the DOM, the US, Canada, Israel, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. This mobile Internet envelope is in addition to that allocated to the Free Package in mainland France.
• Unlimited calls, SMS and MMS within Europe and the DOM.
• Unlimited calls, SMS and MMS messages to and from metropolitan France from other countries (USA, Canada, Israel, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand).
The package for 2 euros also evolves slightly
This of course only concerns the package at 19.99 euros per month of Free Mobile. However, the package at 2 euros will also be entitled to a few modifications tomorrow. In addition to 2 hours of calls, SMS and MMS unlimited, from France and 50 MB / month of data, are now added communications (always up to 2 hours per month) from the DOM and Europe .