Play has buckled and changed its roaming offer in line with EU guidelines. Recall that initially the purple operator did not fully take into account the principle of "roaming at home".

Play was the first to publish a new roaming price list, which he had to make due to changes in law, adopted by the European Union. And it was at Violet that the first thunderstorms fell, because the operator did not fully comply with the principle of "roaming at home", introducing even if not in line with the new assumptions of the pool for incoming calls. Similarly, T-Mobile and Plus. Under the threat of penalties, Roses changed the terms of the new offer, and now it was Play .

From June 15, 2017, all PLAY customers who have minutes, SMS, MMS, and card-bundles customers who purchase such packages can use them in the European Union under the same conditions as in the country . Also all calls and incoming messages are free in all offers. In addition, each customer has the opportunity to use data transmission at no extra charge and the size of the package is dependent on the value of the subscription or the purchase of the package card. In this way, PLAY fully implements the "Roam Like At Home" principle. -fragment entry from the Playboy Ombudsman blog

Both in subscriptions and prepaid offers, the data limits depend on the specific offer , including promotional packages. For more information, see on the Play website. Source: Play