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discdeals5150
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roaming charges in the future

So EE customers get roaming as part of their package.

Virgin use EE network but you don't get roaming but instead get charged an arm and a leg.

so when my 2 phone contracts are up in may where should i go.......no brainer

 

having been with virgin for donkeys years i am having to break the habit..

what do you all think

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Re: roaming charges in the future

Well since Virgin only use the EE backbone, it's entirely up to VM to set up services like that, whether free or not.

I can understand why roaming being free may entice you to EE, and there's nothing wrong with that if VM have no plans to incorporate it.


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enlli
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Re: roaming charges in the future

Different companies have different deals. 

Not sure of EE

Three have 'at home' in about 12 countries.

EE Roaming prices fall at the end of June this year and disappear completely June 2017 (provided we are still in the EU)

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Re: roaming charges in the future

dear mr Branson.
open up free roaming now for virgin mobile customers and be a hero.

in the meantime....
below are instructions to roam abroad.
1. turn on roaming
2. prepare yourself next time you get your bill.
3. bang head against wall.

go on Richard. ...do it.
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Re: roaming charges in the future

Richard has little to do with Virgin Mobile he licenses the name to a whole group of companies.

Virgin Mobile, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Trains are all totally different companies

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