Articles about Data Roaming Charges
Consumer rights group Which has found that data-roaming rates for tablet users are as much as one thousand times higher than those charged at home
At a policy forum in Brussels, operators and regulators debated the European Commission's approach to cutting EU data-roaming rates, with the operators remaining particularly opposed to consumer choice
Asia's telecom operators have pointed to inter-operator tariff agreements as driving high data-roaming costs, according to a Singapore-based telco
The fees levied by UK operators for data use abroad are 'pathological price gouging', readers have told ZDNet UK, with many saying they avoid turning on the mobile internet while travelling
A top T-Mobile exec sees no reason for the operator to cut charges, as industry players complain that prices are 'ridiculous'
The European Commission's digital agenda chief tells ZDNet UK why lower data-roaming charges are so important to her and the EU, and hints at upcoming legislation to force prices down
Data-roaming rates are unjustifiably high, because the operators see no reason to change. Let's give them that reason
Orange executive Yves Martin has explained why data-roaming charges in Europe should not approach domestic levels, despite the EC's wishes
ZDNet UK investigates the real cost of using the mobile internet while travelling abroad and explains why the price you pay is unnecessarily high
A global ZDNet survey demonstrates the scale of opposition to the prices operators charge for data roaming abroad, with 96 percent of readers saying the charges are excessive
If you've traveled internationally chances are pretty good you've been hosed on data roaming charges. Take our survey on data roaming charges.
After a rather long set of flights, I'm back in my office after the conference. This is the last post on the subject of roaming charges while on business trips.
Using cloud services while roaming can be costly.
Recent European Commission report notes increased competition and rate drops, but also cites need for more regulation.
Lenovo strikes a deal with Cingular Wireless to embed the carrier's 3G technology into laptops.