Play wanting to fight the unfair practices of some users began sending offensive SMS messages that are the answer to Roam Like At Home.
Roam Like At Home is an initiative that has been a big controversy since the beginning. First and foremost, it was not up to network operators who, after a few voices of opposition, had to adopt a new law that is still in force today. The law is most conducive to users who travel around Europe. No worry about the huge bill for benefiting today's smartphones outside of the country sounded like a great plan – primarily for travelers, delegates and people who had the new law set to bend over. In this case, due to cheaper subscriptions, some users who live outside of their borders use Play services, thereby exposing them to significant losses. Roam Like At Home was meant to facilitate communication within the European Union and partner countries, but as you can see, honesty is not always accompanied by good change. The operator decided to make the case clear – he started sending SMSs to people tightly bending the rules of RLAH. The program is therefore not at all threatened, or rather its original premise, which should nevertheless be emphasized on the basis of mutual honesty.News of the reminder may be expected by those who have been extensively using RLAH over the past four months, which may be presumed that they are likely to live there. The vast majority of Play network users will not be affected by this information. In my opinion, this is a good step towards honesty in the customer-operator relationship. Next we can use the phone throughout the EU and countries participating in the program, but if we live abroad, then in this case it may be worth looking around for the offer of a local operator. Source: Interiors