With the arrival of Brexit, there had been a lot of uncertainty around how changes would impact players across the UK and Europe heading forward but one of the promised things that wouldn’t change already has as earlier this year some UK telecoms operators announced the return of roaming charges with EE being the first. Many sites have become popular across the continent particularly for those traveling as sites like casinosnotongamstop.org have become a primary playing option – but will the reintroduction of roaming charges harm the players looking to continue enjoying these games when abroad, or will things go unchanged for the most part?
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Data caps still remain high enough – It’s important to note that roaming charges only come into play after reaching a certain cap, and whilst this is subjective to the operators in question it seems the cap, they have put in place currently is reasonable with the current common being at least over 10GB of data. Currently this does only impact individuals travelling from Europe to the UK or from the UK to Europe, and if you are breaching the caps then perhaps it’s time to spend a little more time on holiday and a little less on your phone! (mer…)