Gone are the days you can go on your European city break or sunny Spain holiday without paying extra for using your phone!
You may be aware that roaming charges have been re-introduced for almost every network provider, meaning that once you upgrade your current contract your roaming charges will reactivate.
Do O2 charge for roaming in Europe? The answer is no!
O2 have stayed one step ahead of the game and decided that they aren’t going to be reintroducing these charges, meaning customers of O2 can still use their phones in several European countries at no extra cost.
After some people have struggled to internationally travel for the past two years due to Covid19, the reintroduction of charges now that travel is picking back up is not welcomed news. With prices of everything increasing recently, having to worry about a large phone bill when you get home from a holiday or business trip should be the least of everyone’s worries.
To put it into context, if you are regularly travelling internationally for work or you have children and are responsible for paying their phone bills, you could quickly begin to notice the difference this is making to your bank account.
Looking at other network providers including Vodafone, EE and Three, roaming charges will be reintroduced this year for new customers or customers who renewed their contracts past a certain date.
With O2, you can continue to use your allowance of data up to 25gb, plus use your minutes and texts with no extra charge. This is included all around Europe, in countries including Spain, France, Italy, Germany and many more.
The perks of using O2 don’t end there, with priority being offered as standard with every customer. Enjoy discounts from several brands including a free breakfast sandwich from Gregg’s on a Friday, free cinema tickets at Odeon on a Monday and exclusive package deals with Virgin Media.
As a large O2 franchise, there has never been a better time to take out a new phone or device with us. Get in touch with us today and travel without extra stress this year!