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Orange lowers internet roaming

Orange has launched a new internet bundle for use when travelling in Europe, where just £3 a day offers up 30MB.

The EU mobile internet browsing daily bundle is geared up for pay monthly, dongle and small business customers for lowering the cost of surfing the internet when abroad.

Orange won’t charge customers if no data is actually used when travelling, it’s only there as a safety net to be used when the occasion arises – ideal for the start of the summer holiday period, of which we are now apparently in.

The allowance clock starts at midnight of the country located within and is reset when 30MB is reached, where the next day offers up another 30MB and so on.

This deal follows on from the recent introduction of a refreshed monthly and 30 day EU mobile internet browsing bundle set for Orange consumers.

Pay monthly customers now have the option of £15 for 30MB, £50 for 150MB or £150 for 500MB monthly bundles to be used when visiting European countries.

These are for one off trips, or can even be purchased as 30 day bundles – all of which offers peace of mind, when browsing the internet or accessing emails on their phones while travelling within the EU.

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Rob has worked in the affiliate industry for many years with large publishers, and previously worked as a journalist on titles such as Wired, PC Magazine, ITProPortal, The Register, The Inquirer, Pocket-Lint, Mobile Industry Review, Know Your Mobile and The Gadget Show.