Tell us what you think about data-roaming charges

Tell us what you think about data-roaming charges

Summary: When you travel internationally, do you use the mobile data connection on your phone, tablet or laptop? What do you use it for?

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TOPICS: Telcos
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When you travel internationally, do you use the mobile data connection on your phone, tablet or laptop? What do you use it for? How much do you get charged? Ever been stung?

In the age of portable computing, these questions are getting more and more important. So important, in fact, that we at ZDNet UK are preparing even more extensive coverage dealing with the issue of data-roaming charges. We have a lot in store for you, but first we need to know what you think.

That's why we've put together a short survey for you to complete. It includes questions such as those mentioned above, plus several more, and will only take you about 10 minutes to complete. Your responses will of course be anonymous, but will help us get a full picture of how people really feel about data-roaming charges, and the effects those charges have on business and personal use of the mobile internet while travelling internationally.

Your response will be crucial to making that picture as accurate as possible. This is your chance to contribute to our in-depth analysis one of the most important technology-related issues of our times. We look forward to seeing what you, our readers, have to say.

Data roaming survey

Topic: Telcos

David Meyer

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David Meyer is a freelance technology journalist. He fell into journalism when he realised his musical career wouldn't pay the bills. David's main focus is on communications, as well as internet technologies, regulation and mobile devices.

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  • I travel from Australia to the UK often and have mobile numbers in each country, it's the only way to keep costs down. It's also worth remembering that despite there being an industry code of conduct to deliver broadband within 10 days companies like BT still take 3-5 weeks to get a connection setup so make sure you're chased up for those mobile data bills!

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