Stung by roaming charges this summer?
Posted on 18th October 2017 at 16:08
We've got the antidote!
There's nothing worse than coming back off your summer holidays to discover that you've been stung for roaming charges while abroad.
And if that happened to you this summer, then you'll be pleased to know that there IS something you can do about it!
Here at Range Communications, we're committed to doing everything we can to save you money, and that includes clawing back overspends on roaming charges.
MASSIVE savings on roaming charges in Europe!
As you may or may not know, new EU legislation came in during June which gives mobile users the ability to use their package allowances while travelling throughout Europe at no extra cost whatsoever! This applies to all networks, from EE to Vodafone to O2 - and we've got you covered on all of them, meaning that if you're a Range customer you can use your regular minutes, texts and data as normal, without seeing roaming charges on your bill. To find out more, take a look at this article for more information.
Think you might've missed the boat?
If you didn't realise, or forgot to apply for the relevant bundle that would have enabled you to use your regular package allowance while in Europe, then speak to us now. One of our customers found themselves in exactly the same situation recently and were charged £1400 - but we were able to speak to their network on their behalf and drastically reduce those costs. We might be able to do the same for you - so don't forget to ask.
Get ready to save before you travel!
The best way to make the most of the savings on offer is to speak to us before you travel. Whether you simply want to top up your minutes and data allowances, or if you want to ensure that you're on the most cost-effective package available, tailored to both your usage and to where you're travelling, then give us a call.
Speak to us now to find out more about how we can save you money on your business mobiles whatever the weather, and no matter where you are, give us a call on 0115 871 8564 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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