Brexit, Northern Ireland, and the return of extortionate roaming charges


Brexit is infinitely complicated, but it starts to make sense when
you think about it as someone reinstalling a computer’s operating
system from scratch. All the existing programs and files (or in the
case of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, trade deals
and international agreements) are gone. In 2016, 52 percent of
British voters chose to reinstall Windows. Tabula rasa. A casualty
of this is the UK’s membership in the EU Digital Single Market,
which permits fee-free roaming across all the EU’s member
nations. After 11PM on March 29, 2019, Britain will no longer be
party to this agreement.…


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Brexit, Northern Ireland, and the return of extortionate roaming charges