An increasing number of Play network customers are reporting that the purple operator disables the ability to log in to Orange and T-Mobile networks. All indications are that national roaming on Play, also referred to as the reach of 4 networks, is slowly turning history.

At the time, Play had based its entire marketing campaign on a range of four networks – the ability to use not just one carrier but also Orange, T-Mobile and Plus. This solution helped Play to mask the imperfections of its own network of transmitters, but was also associated with high costs, as the so-called. The Big Three earned good money for sharing their own infrastructure. At the end of last year Play gave the first sign, suggesting abandoning this solution when it reduced the speed of roaming transfer. A few days ago the procedure was repeated and now it was decided to take a more drastic step.

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Play network users report that they are unable to log in to Orange and T-Mobile as part of their national roaming. So far, all indications are that Play is limiting country roaming in those areas where, in theory, the operator's coverage is good enough to ensure that the network operates smoothly. Restoring full roaming is possible after the phone is made available to the hotline, but there are cases where it will be switched off again later. On his Play page he informs that he is currently able to use at least one of his roaming partners . From what I can see, it is Plus. Violet emphasize that the list of national roaming partners is not part of the contract and may change. This is to protect against possible breach of contract by the operator's fault. All indications are that the reach of 4 networks in Play is history . Source: Forum Play , Play