Mobile-roaming boost in time for summer holidays
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Lil Wayne, the artist with multi-platinum and Grammy Award winner, has decided to move their European tour along with Mac Miller to enable it to finalize the release of his tenth album in the best possible conditions. Forest National concert originally scheduled on March 25, the date was postponed to Thursday, October 17.
The American star said: "I reject my European tour in order to better prepare for the worldwide release of my new album" I Am Not A Human Being II "scheduled for March 26. I prefer not to upset both the release of my album, my tour. It is therefore against heart that I decided to reschedule my tour in October 2013. I can not thank my European fans enough for their patience and understanding. I very much look forward to coming to play in Europe with Mac Miller in the fall. I refuse to do things by halves and promise to all my fans for their book an unforgettable sight. '
Tickets purchased for March 25 remain valid for 17 October!
New legislation to make mobile phone calls and roaming data-downloads much cheaper for holidaymakers and business travellers has been passed by the European Parliament.
A cheap summer for mobile phone users lies ahead thank to new rules voted through by the European Parliament in time for the summer getaway.
MEPs sitting in Brussels voted through a package of measures to tackle the high cost of using mobile devices abroad in Europe. Once ratified by the European Council the package will take force on July 1.
Conservative MEPs backed the measures and welcomed the better deal for consumers. It will allow them to sign up for a second, alternative provider for their roaming services elsewhere within the EU (under the same number) if their domestic provider is charging too much.
New retail price ceilings were also approved. They will be reduced initially to €0.29 per minute for outgoing calls, €0.08 for incoming. Text messages will be capped at €0.09, and data roaming costs limited to €0.70 per megabyte. By 2014 these costs will be further reduced to €0.19 per minute to make a call and €0.05 to receive. Text messages will be pegged at €0.06 and data downloads at €0.20 per megabyte.
Giles Chichester MEP, Conservative MEP for South West England and the party's parliamentary negotiator on the legislation, said: "This is a piece of EU legislation which is of practical assistance to consumers and, in particular, to once-a-year holidaymakers abroad. What is more it will help small business seeking to expand sales abroad.
"By putting a cap on the amount mobile operators can charge for roaming data we will be saving many people from a nasty surprise that can spoil the end of their holidays. Too often people come home to an unwelcome "Bill Shock" from their monthly mobile invoice.
"We would have preferred not to legislate and to let the mobile companies trim rates voluntarily - but the operators failed to budge.
In the plenary debate on the legislation Vicky Ford MEP, Conservative industry spokesman, said: "Excessive charging for roaming causes consumers and operators to lose out. Many consumers who have faced high charges just switch off their data roaming and don't access services at all."