UK consumers using their mobile phones in Europe will see decreases in their expenses from Saturday. More caps are coming into result on roaming - or connection - charges within all 28 nations of the European Union (EU).
From June next year, roaming charges in the EU will be abolished completely.
The government said that those making calls, downloading data or texting would save millions of pounds in charges following the most recent changes. "Roughly a million Brits stay the night in Europe every day, and they invest around 350 m a year on roaming charges," stated Ed Vaizey, the minister for the digital economy.