LONDON – Britain’s departure from the EU has been delayed. Brexit was supposed to happen this Friday, but, depending on what happens in Parliament this week, will take place on either April 12th or May 22nd. An April 12th departure would mean Parliament had not agreed on a deal and a ‘No Deal’ Brexit was happening. That would see the return of roaming charges for Brits in Europe Wired reported. It will mean using your iPhone in Europe will become much more expensive.
The plan to reinstate roaming charges has been confirmed by the European Commission as part of documents outlining its preparations for the UK crashing out of the EU. “As it is increasingly likely that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union without a deal on 12 April, the European Commission has today completed its ‘no-deal’ preparations,” the Commission said in a statement…The Commission’s documents outline 19 legislative proposals covering everything from financial services to climate policy.