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Roaming with your phone means using it outside of the country. You can use your phone the same way you do at home, with an additional cost as you are temporarily using another provider's network.
Roaming rates are now lower than ever with new reduced rates and roaming bundles from Three, there's one to suit your needs.
Yes, you can use data while roaming but you will be charged for all data use. You can't use your inclusive data while abroad.
The Data Roaming Cap will keep track of your data use and cap your spend when you reach a certain limit. It's then up to you if you want to continue using data or not.
You can also buy an EU Data Pass which gives you 200MB of data per day in the EU and costs €2 (Inc. VAT).
There are a number of things you can try if you are having trouble roaming.
If you can't get signal while roaming you should try manually selecting a network.
This will let you see any networks in the area and manually choose the one you want to connect to.
Broadband modems aren't set up to roam by default so if you want to use your modem while roaming you'll need to contact us first.
You can't use the data that comes with your plan while roaming so you should review the roaming rates before you travel so you're aware of the costs.
If you are using your phone in border areas and want to avoid inadvertent roaming, we advise that you make sure your network settings are set to Three. You can do this manually - see instructions here. Also in order to avoid inadvertent data roaming, you can control when you want to use data services. You can do this manually - see instructions here.
Your phone should automatically pick up a Three sister network, but to make sure you stay connected to it while you roam, you might need to set it up manually. This will also make sure that your mobile doesn’t wander onto a different service provider!
Happy Roaming!Avoiding unexpected data charges
Smartphones send and receive data all the time, even when you are not using them. Your email, social networks and other applications are usually set to continually update, which can lead to unexpected data charges, especially while roaming.
To avoid this, we recommend: