Higher roaming charges may be on the cards once Britain leaves the EU, according to an Irish MEP.
Roaming charges are due to be abolished across the EU next year.
But MEP Deirdre Clune has said a Brexit could leave Irish people paying more when they travel to the UK: “We will be members of the European Union, the UK and Northern Ireland, will not.
“If that situation arises and people traveling across the border, across the UK, will be subject to roaming charges that they won’t be if they were travelling to any other EU country.
“So it will be difficult for consumers, it will be expensive.”