Plus is the last operator of the Big Four, which has published new roaming terms, in line with the roaming principle at home. Let's recall that the original version of the new offer did not meet the European Union's objectives.

When Big Four of Polish operators first published new roaming price lists, many customers wiped their eyes in amazement. It turned out that only Orange fully adapted to the changes in law and introduced rates consistent with the principle of "home roaming". T-Mobile, Play and Plus could be penalized for not adjusting price lists to the EU Directive if they do not change. T-Mobile and Play have already done so, and now it's time for Plus. The "at home" policy in Plus and Plush means that customers will not incur extra charges for voice, SMS, MMS and data roaming services during their overseas travel. Of course the case concerns the European Union and Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. These rules will be effective from June 15th and will be introduced to customers of all types of offers and services: subscription, mix and prepaid cards, both in voice and online. In the case of data transmission services, the internet package will also be partially used for roaming. The size of the package depends on the size of the subscription . If there is a GB package under the national offer, there will be an appropriate roaming limit in the EU at no extra cost. After exceeding the package for EU transmission, an additional fee of 4 gr per 1 MB will be charged. A detailed list of limits for individual subscriptions will be published on June 15th . The customer who has a voice subscription price plan with a subscription fee of 49.99 PLN, which in the country has 5 GB available, within those 5 GB will be able to use 2.6 GB for transmission in the EU. With a subscription of $ 69.99, the 10 GB national package will give you 3.6 gigabytes of roaming. Detailed information on new EU roaming rules will be available on