Can someone explain this to me. Usually I wouldn't need to use my mobile abroad, other than on wifi. But the golf trip we are on we all need data to input our scores into this leaderboard app.
on the Virgin site it says you can buy a travel pass which is £6 for 50MB. It says: Browsing online. (Of course, if you’re travelling in the EU, all you pay for is the cost of your Travel Pass – and you’re all set!). I spoke to Virgin and they said that they will warn you when you get to 70% etc of your limit.
I also questioned what happens if I don't buy a travel pass, the woman on the phone said it was £1 for 100MB per day.
Surely it is therefore more cost effective not to buy the pass? I would get 600MB compared to 50MB under the travel pass?
EU travel passes are the following to date : Mobile Web 10MB Travel Pass = £1.40 Text 'BUY 10MB' to 23456 50MB Travel Pass = £6 Text 'BUY 50MB' to 23456 250MB Travel Pass = £20 Text 'BUY 250MB' to 23456
you wouldn't be able to use data in the EU without a pass I believe
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