EU: Mobile phone roaming charges almost gone since law enacted

The European Union says roaming charges for mobile phones have been reduced by 90 percent since a law restricting prices for customers in the bloc was proposed in 2007.

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    The European Union says roaming charges for mobile phones have been reduced by 90 percent since a law restricting prices for customers in the bloc was proposed in 2007.

    But consumer advocates are concerned that phone companies will try to claw back the charges some other way.

    Al Jazeera's Aela Callan reports from Berlin.


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