In the European Union, the roaming tariff regulation began on 30 June 2007, forcing service providers to reduce their roaming charges across the 28-person block. Subsequently, EEA Member States were also included. The regulation set a ceiling of 0.39 euros (0.49 euros in 2007, €0.46 in 2008, €0.43 per minute in 2009) per minute for outgoing calls and €0.15 ($0.24 in 2007, $0.22 in 2008, $0.19 in 2009) per minute for tax-free incoming calls.  After finding that market conditions did not justify lifting the restriction on homelessness within the EEA, the Commission replaced the law in 2012. Under the 2012 Regulation, retail roaming cap charges expired in 2017 and wholesale prices expire in 2022. In mid-2009, a ceiling of 0.11 euros (HT) for sms messages was also included in this regulation. AA.14: Individual Annexes: It contains information about the operator (for example. B contact information for the roaming team, the fraud team, the IREG team, the TADIG team, etc.) Most mobile operators advise against it or prohibit permanent roaming, as they must pay per minute rates to the network operator on which their customer is roaming. This is because they cannot pass these additional costs on to customers (“free roaming”). Please note that this page provides a complete overview of roaming and does not provide the full volume of roaming activities within the GSMA. It occurs z.B. when a call is made to a roaming phone. If the network visited is in the same country as the original network, it is called national roaming.
If the network visited is outside the country of origin, it is called international roaming. If the network visited operates on a different technical standard than the home network, it is called inter-standard roaming. In order to ensure the success of homelessness, these different actors must cooperate closely on different technical aspects. And for this cooperation to work properly, they need clear and detailed international roaming agreements that define the roles and responsibilities of each party. These agreements are essential for the development of direct roaming contracts .B. In other words, it is a binding document between roaming partners that defines the legal aspects of roaming negotiated between them, such as billing for services received or monitoring, etc. The GSM association describes the content of these roaming agreements in a standard form for its members. Agreements can, for example.
B, consist of different parts: this type concerns customers who purchase a service from a mobile operator who intends to move permanently or to be outside the network. This is possible due to the growing popularity and availability of the “free-roaming” service plan, which does not present a cost difference between the use of online and off-network networks. The benefits of getting a service from a mobile operator that is not local to a user may include cheaper rates or features and phones that are not available from its local mobile operator, or accessing a particular mobile operator`s network to get free calls to other customers of that mobile operator via a free unlimited mobile feature. An operator that intends to offer roaming services to visitors publishes rates that would be charged on its network at least sixty days prior to launch in normal situations. Rates for operators visited may include taxes, discounts, etc., and would be based on the duration of voice calls. For data calls, the load can be based on the amount of data sent and received. Some operators also charge a separate fee for setting up calls, i.e. for setting up a call. This cargo is called flag drop load.