What Is A Roaming Agreement
In the European Union, the roaming tariff regulation began on 30 June 2007, forcing service providers to reduce their roaming charges across the 28-person block. Subsequently, EEA Member States were also included. The regulation set a ceiling of 0.39 euros (0.49 euros in 2007, €0.46 in 2008, €0.43 per minute in 2009) per minute for outgoing calls and €0.15 ($0.24 in 2007, $0.22 in 2008, $0.19 in 2009) per minute for tax-free incoming calls.  After finding that market conditions did not justify lifting the restriction on homelessness within the EEA, the Commission replaced the law in 2012. Under the 2012 Regulation, retail roaming cap charges expired in 2017 and wholesale prices expire in 2022. In mid-2009, a ceiling of 0.11 euros (HT) for sms messages was also included in this regulation. On 15 June 2017, the 2016/2286 Regulation (EU) signed by the European Parliament and the Commission in May of that year came into force. It abolished all roaming charges in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.  If the network visited operates on a different technical standard than the home network, this is called inter-standard roaming.
Technically, roaming refers to a mobile phone customer`s ability to automatically make and receive voice calls, send and receive data, or access other services, including home data services, when travelling outside of the geographic coverage of the home network using a visited network. For example, if a subscriber travelled beyond the reach of their mobile phone company, their phone would automatically switch to another telephone company, if available. If you`re roaming, there`s no volume restriction for your voice calls and text messages when you`re roaming. All calls or texts that are not included in your contract will be charged at the same price as you would pay in your home country. However, there are rules and limits on how much data you may have charged at your national price. These limits depend on the type of contract you have.