National roaming is a very useful feature – it allows you to use operator services right wherever you are, regardless of your operator's infrastructure. Play slowly resigns from it and once again limits the transfer speed.
What is national roaming and how does it work? National roaming is a function that became popular when a new player in the arena of mobile operators – Play. Due to the fact that he had no infrastructure, his transmitters and everything he needed to distribute the signal on his own, he used the reach of the three largest operators. Currently they are Orange, Plus and T-Mobile. By doing so, our own reach was achieved by popular and well-known Playa advertising slogan – Scope 4 networks. In December 2016 Play reduced the data rate to 3 Mbit / s . There were a lot of negative comments from the users, although there were also those who defended the decision by referring to the improvement of the service. Today, Play has once again lowered the data rate to 1.5 Mbit / s . What can this mean? This is certainly bad information for people living in areas where the Play signal is not reaching or is very weak – these will probably be villages and smaller towns near the country. For any user in larger cities, the change will be unnoticeable, as the speed on your Play transmitters remains unchanged. This also shows that Play has more and more rich infrastructure , and may be completely independent of other operators today. Source: Gsmonline