Sky Mobile is the latest in a series of mobile networks to expand its free international roaming offering
Starting from June 1, Sky Mobile customers will be able to use their monthly allowance in 36 different European destinations. The change to Sky’s terms and conditions applies to all contracts, and affects phone call minutes, text messages, and mobile data usage. Better still, you won’t have to pay any extra for the luxury.
The news follows announcements from EE and Vodafone, who now both offer similar schemes. Three also recently upgraded its ‘Feel At Home’ roaming plan to support 60 countries globally, although Three’s roaming offering has already been very substantial for years. Many cellular networks are making such moves as the EU’s directive to scrap roaming charges completely approaches.
Speaking about Sky’s new roaming support, Liz Wynn, Director of Mobile at Sky, said: “This is great news for Sky Mobile customers planning summer holidays – you can browse and stream in Europe knowing you won’t be hit with any nasty surprises on your bill when you get home.”
Wynn continued: “And Sky Mobile gives you the added flexibility of being able to mix up your data, calls and texts each month and dip into your Sky Piggybank for extra data you might need for streaming videos by the pool or sharing holiday updates on social media.”