The European Commission announced the cancellation of fees for domestic roaming in the territory of the European Union since June 15, 2017. This means that by moving from one country to another, Europeans will be able to use cellular services at the "home" prices of their region.
According to Antonio Tajani, president of the European Parliament, the cancellation of roaming payments is a real success for Europe. Citizens of the European Union can now travel between the countries of the community at no additional cost for roaming for calls, SMS and mobile Internet. To this, the European Union has been going 10 years, gradually reducing the cost of roaming, until the operators and authorities could finally cancel it now. The agreement was signed by 28 EU member countries, as well as Liechtenstein, Iceland and Norway. The UK, despite the prolonged withdrawal from the European Union, is also involved in the initiative, but the agreement can be revised two years later.