CHARGES mobile phone users incur when on the continent should be scrapped, Derbyshire’s Euro MP has said.
The European Commission has announced plans to cut costs to consumers in what it has described as the most ambitious reform in telecommunications for 26 years.
The measures would also simplify bureaucracy mobile phone companies face.
Glenis Willmott, the Labour MEP for Derbyshire, welcomed the plans and said it would benefit mobile phone users from Derbyshire to Dusseldorf.
She said: “The measures aim to harmonise regulation across all EU member states.
“This will means that there will be one market, which benefits the providers as well as the customers.”