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March 23, 2023

Vodafone Romania expands international 4G roaming services in over 100 countries

  • The leader in 4G roaming services expanded its coverage in countries such as Bulgaria, Cyprus, Moldova and Slovakia


Starting from December 2016, Vodafone Romania expanded the international coverage of its 4G roaming services to over 100 countries. 4G roaming services are now available also to customers who travel in Bahamas, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Man Island, Faroe Islands, Iran, Jamaica, Mongolia, Pakistan, Moldova, Slovakia and Tanzania.

“By exceeding this threshold, we strengthen our roaming leadership position and enable our users to roam in over 100 destinations worldwide. Thus, users travelling overseas benefit from extended best-in-class 4G mobile services, which provide high speed connections for video, music streaming and web surfing, suitable both for working and for entertainment”, Ravinder Takkar, President and CEO Vodafone Romania, stated.

Vodafone is the first telecom operator in Romania to have launched 4G roaming services, in 2013, and its offer includes bonuses of monthly roaming benefits with no additional costs besides the subscription. The complete list of countries where 4G roaming services are active is available here.

In order to have access to 4G roaming, users need to activate the service, to be in an area with 4G coverage, to have a 4G compatible device and SIM, to have a 4G subscription or an extra-option and activate roaming services at least 24 hours before leaving the country.

Vodafone Romania is a subsidiary of Vodafone Group, one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies which provide a range of services including voice, messaging, data and fixed communications. Vodafone has mobile operations in 26 countries, partners with mobile networks in 49 more, and fixed broadband operations in 17 markets. As of June 30th, 2016, Vodafone had 465 million mobile customers and 13.7 million fixed broadband customers.

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