EU fails to reach accord on roaming rules

The European Union failed to come to an agreement about price caps on roaming fees or whether roaming customers should be switched to a regulated rate. The two areas that proved to be the stumbling blocks for the governing body were rules for "opt in, opt out" and the limits of the caps. A second round of discussion will commence on May 2, which is in line with the EU's promise to rule on the issue by the summer.

For more on the EU's inability to reach an accord:
- see this article from In The News

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