by AlexByron
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Living Abroad with an EE Plan

Hi EE Forums

 

I am asking this on behalf of my parents who spend up to 5-6 months a year - uninterrupted - in France. In an attempt to avoid paying for wi-fi, they were planning on getting 4GEE Max plans and using data full-time instead. What are the restrictions of using data abroad for lengths as long as these? I am aware of the Fair Use policy but somewhat confused as to how/ if holding a British phone contract when spending this length of time abroad is a viable option for them.

 

Would appreciate an expert’s insight on usage abroad in this manner.

 

Many thanks

 

Alex 

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Living Abroad with an EE Plan

They need to spend at least 2 months in UK out of every 4 to benefit from EE's roaming plans, which are intended for UK residents. 

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Living Abroad with an EE Plan

Hi @AlexByron 

 

It makes more sense, and economically to get a french plan on contract or PAYG. 

 

Thanks,




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EE Community Support Team

Re: Living Abroad with an EE Plan

Good Morning @AlexByron

 

Thanks for coming to the community.

 

You can view our EE Stable Links policy on our Roaming terms and conditions>

 

Have a lovely day 🙂

 

Leanne.

 

 

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