They argue that customers will benefit, as most rarely roam and so are needlessly subsidising a minority of stablemates. I guess we'll be able to compare price increases over time between operators with and without free EU roaming.
Also, why do the media insist on finding the stupidest quote from a Brexiteer and printing it? Is it just to get clicks from Remoaners posting "cry me a river for this c.nt" and then quoting some arse gravy like:
He could have sorted residency in 2018 as well, if he lived there. Might have needed a lawyer if he doesn't speak the language or have any local friends willing to help.David Anderson, another Vodafone customer, is equally unhappy with the changes. He feels it's part of a wider pattern of additional charges and bureaucracy making it harder for Brits to travel abroad.
"This isn't what Brexit is meant to be," he tells Euronews Travel, "I voted leave to make things simpler, to stop having to follow rules made up by someone I didn't vote for. This is worse than it was before."
Formerly a landlord, David sold his tenanted properties in the UK shortly after the Brexit vote. He planned to move to Portugal permanently when he retired in 2018, but didn't manage to sort residency.