Consumer News Round-up: CCPC on package holiday Vs DIY, Eir to face court over ‘out of bundle’ data charges & mobile operators rule out roaming charges after Brexit
European Consumer Centre (ECC) Ireland presents a round-up of the week’s consumer news – in case you missed it!
Consumer News Round-up – week ending 5th April 2019
Package holiday or DIY? CCPC advice on booking holidays
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) provides advice on the difference between booking a package holiday or choosing the various elements separately yourself and the protections that these provide, or don’t provide as the case may be.
Eir could face court over lack of transparency on ‘out of bundle’ mobile data charges
Following an investigation, telecoms regulator ComReg has reached a finding of ‘non-compliance’ in the way Eir presents charges to customers for ‘out of bundle’ mobile data usage. This could result in ComReg bringing an application to the High Court.
Sigh of relief for mobile customers as operators rule out return to roaming fees after Brexit
The reintroduction of roaming fees for mobile customers travelling to the UK was one, albeit small, concern about Brexit. However, mobile operators have confirmed this week that there will be no return to charges whatever form Brexit will take.