Travelling abroad or calling abroad regularly can be expensive. Make sure you are aware of network charges before you leave the UK or make calls.
Your ADSI Account Manager will advise you on the best option for your use but here’s an outline of travel services available from the networks;
O2 International Business
Travelling outside Europe? Stay online with O2’s fixed-rate data Bolt Ons;
Regular travellers who need more, the Worldwide Data Bolt On 30 Days gives you up to 2GB data around the world for up to 30 days usage at £99 (+VAT). Data variations apply to different zones, ask for full details.
Travelling to Europe?
Always know what you’re paying for calls and data. Whether you want to make calls, send texts, check your email or browse the internet, O2 have got you covered virtually anywhere in Europe.
For just £1.66 (+VAT) you can get all the calls and data you need each day, and for calls between countries in Europe, there’s a connection charge of 41p, then it’s free to talk for up to 60 minutes, plus 4.9p for texts with O2 Travel.
With O2’s International Favourites you get up to 3,000 minutes to call up to five business contacts in 60 countries around the world, all for one monthly fee.
You also get a Call Me Number – giving contacts in a selected country a way to ring you on your O2 mobile without paying international charges. One monthly price. No additional charges.
EE’s Euro Pass vs O2 Travel
EE have recently launched their Euro Pass, this includes;
All customers can now get European minutes, texts & data (speeds are reduced at 100MB) in Europe for £3.33/day (ex VAT)
4G EE customers (who already get European minutes & texts included in their tariff) can now add data for £2.50/day (ex VAT)
Vodafone customers pay £2.50 a day to use texts, voice and data from their UK bundle.