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Which? wants free mobile roaming included in post-Brexit trade deals

Tuesday 5 June 2018 | 12:02 CET | News
UK consumer rights group Which? has called on the government to prioritise free mobile roaming in global post-Brexit trade deals after research showed significant differences between charges for visitors for using mobile phones abroad. 

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