Two weeks ago Europe has once again prevailed a new reduction in roaming. If previously established that the price per minute, message or mega had a maximum, they have now opted for a model that sets a maximum surcharge on the national rate, although in practice the operators have opted to take that extra cost as the new prices.
The large operators are that tend to offer alternatives to the regulated rate. Movistar launched new bonds of minutes and megabytes, Orange maintained its Go Europe and moment Vodafone takes the cake, including free roaming in all its mobile rates. And although the MVNOs tend to be bound feet and hands in these cases, Euskaltel has good news for its customers travellers.
Euskaltel has played host to the Eurotariff for calls made (six cents per minute), posts (seven cents) or the data roaming (six cents per mega) connection, but not so in the received calls. The regulated tariff provides that operators can charge 1.38 cents per minute to receive calls within the continent, but the Basque company will not charge anything customers.
Therefore, users of mobile of Euskaltel already have one less reason to turn off their phones or do not respond to calls when they are traveling in Europe. It is not to be exaggerated rebate, it is little more than one penny per minute, but We are sure that operator customers appreciate the gesture. Now just need others virtual dare to take similar steps, seen that they can afford it.