In a development that should be good news to business travelers in Europe, the European Parliament voted Tuesday to end mobile roaming charges across member countries by June 2017.
A proposed European Union law ending mobile roaming charges in Europe could help business travelers but hurt mobile operators.
Here's some good news for business travelers on the fourth of July. The European Union has cut the mobile data roaming limit by 36 percent.
As employees of multinational firms travel more often and send more data over mobile devices, their roaming bills are expected to expand rapidly. This should prompt operators to offer roaming plans that will attract those customers, bringing down international roaming charges in the long run.