Vodafone EuroTraveller & WorldTraveller: Use Your UK Allowances Abroad In 99 Countries

August 15th, 2014

For an extra charge, Vodafone customers can now use their allowances abroad in 99 countries. The EuroTraveller and WorldTraveller offers cost £3/day and £5/day extra.

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Customers on Vodafone Pay Monthly can now take advantage of fixed price roaming when visiting one of 99 countries. By opting in to the EuroTraveller and WorldTraveller offers, your UK allowances (including minutes, texts and internet) can be used abroad for a simple daily charge. It’s £3/day to use your allowances in a EuroTraveller country and £5/day to use your allowances in a WorldTraveller country.

For many people, the new fixed-price roaming deals will provide better value compared to Vodafone’s standard roaming charges when travelling abroad. The biggest savings come when travelling outside the EU (e.g. travellers to the USA would normally pay £1.35/minute to make an outgoing call, £1/minute to receive an incoming call, 35p to send a text message and £3/MB when accessing the internet). With WorldTraveller, this is replaced by a simple £5 daily charge.

For customers who are willing to shop around, cheaper roaming deals are sometimes available elsewhere (e.g. Three’s Feel At Home has no extra charge for using your phone abroad; a Pay As You Go SIM card with £10 of credit will give you up to 30 days of usage over in the USA).

What is Vodafone EuroTraveller & WorldTraveller?

Going Abroad

EuroTraveller & WorldTraveller: Fixed price roaming in 99 countries.

Vodafone EuroTraveller and Vodafone WorldTraveller are fixed-price roaming deals available to customers travelling from the UK to 99 other countries. The deals are available on Vodafone’s Pay Monthly contracts (it’s also available on a couple of small business contracts).

When travelling abroad, you normally pay for roaming on a per-minute, per-text and per-megabyte basis. Within the EU, it normally costs 16.5p/minute to make an outgoing call. It also costs 4.3p/minute to receive an incoming call, 5.1p to send a text message and 17.4p to download a megabyte of data. With EuroTraveller, this is replaced by a simple £3 daily charge. Usage is then deducted from your normal UK allowances.

Outside of Europe, it’s normally even more expensive to use your phone abroad. The typical rate is £1.35/minute to make an outgoing call. You will also have to pay £1/minute to receive incoming calls, 35p to send a text message and £3/MB when accessing the internet (up to 5MB followed by £15 for every 5MB of usage). In WorldTraveller countries, this is replaced by a £5 daily charge. Once again, usage is deducted from your UK airtime allowances.

Countries Included

At the time of writing, there are 41 countries in the EuroTraveller offer and 58 countries in the WorldTraveller offer. The fixed-price roaming is only available when travelling to one of the following countries:

EuroTraveller Countries (£3/day) WorldTraveller Countries (£5/day)
  • Albania
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Canary Islands
  • Channel Islands (Guernsey & Jersey)
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Faroe Islands
  • Finland
  • France
  • French Territories
  • Germany
  • Gibraltar
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Ireland
  • Isle of Man
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • San Marino
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • Anguilla
  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Argentina
  • Aruba
  • Australia
  • Barbados
  • Bermuda
  • Bonaire
  • Brazil
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Canada
  • Cayman Islands
  • Chile
  • China
  • Colombia
  • Congo (Democratic Republic of)
  • Costa Rica
  • Curacao
  • Dominica
  • Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador
  • Egypt
  • El Salvador
  • Ghana
  • Grenada
  • Guatemala
  • Guyana
  • Haiti
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Israel
  • Jamaica
  • Japan
  • Kenya
  • Lesotho
  • Mexico
  • Mozambique
  • New Zealand
  • Panama
  • Peru
  • Puerto Rico
  • Qatar
  • Russia
  • Serbia
  • Singapore
  • South Africa
  • St Kitts and Nevis
  • St Lucia
  • St Vincent
  • Suriname
  • Thailand
  • Trinidad & Tobago
  • Turks & Caicos
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Uruguay
  • US Virgin Islands
  • United States of America

There are 41 countries in the EuroTraveller offer and 58 countries in the WorldTraveller offer.

What’s Included?

Australia Great Barrier Reef

With Vodafone WorldTraveller, it costs £5/day to use your smartphone in Australia.

The daily charge of £3 or £5 is based on the number of days you use your phone abroad (a day is defined as midnight to midnight in the capital city of the country you’re visiting).

After paying the daily charge, you can use all of your tariff allowances as normal when travelling in the other country. This includes your minutes, texts and internet. Calls and texts can be made to the UK as well as the country you’re currently in. In Europe, you can also use your allowances to call other European numbers.

Incoming phone calls are also made free as part of the offer (so you no longer need to pay when answering the phone).

If you run out of the allowances included in your plan, you’ll be charged for extra usage at normal out-of-bundle rates. On a typical Pay Monthly contract, this is 45p per minute, 18p per text and £6.50 for every 250MB of data.

Limitations & Restrictions

There’s a couple of downsides associated with using the two roaming offers.

First of all, as per EU legislation, Vodafone normally caps the amount of money you’re able to spend when using your phone abroad. If you reach the €50 cap (approx. £40), they’ll have to warn you and ask you to opt in to any further usage. This cap is intended to protect consumers against accidental “bill shock” when using their phone abroad.

Rome Colosseum

With Vodafone EuroTraveller, it costs £3/day to use your phone in Italy.

By opting in to the EuroTraveller or WorldTraveller offers, you will also opt out of the €50 cap. This shouldn’t cause a problem if you only travel to EuroTraveller and WorldTraveller countries (the fixed daily charge should already eliminate any risk of encountering bill shock). However, if you travel to a country outside of the offer and leave data roaming enabled on your phone, it’ll be much easier to accidentally run up a huge bill for data roaming.

The second limitation is certain offers can’t be used when travelling abroad. For instance, Vodafone customers normally receive Data Test Drive for the first 2 months of their contract. Data Test Drive can’t be used when travelling abroad. You also won’t be able to access the 4G Entertainment Packs included on your contract.

Finally, it’s worth noting that the allowances can only be used for calling and texting a number in the country you’re visiting or a number back in the UK (for EuroTraveller, it also includes other numbers in Europe). If you’re calling or texting someone in a third country, you’ll need to pay the standard roaming rates. For more information, see the full terms & conditions for the EuroTraveller and WorldTraveller offers.

Comparison to Three’s Feel At Home

Feel At Home

Three’s “Feel At Home” provides better value roaming in 16 countries.

If you’re looking for the best roaming deal when travelling abroad, it’s also worth considering Three’s Feel At Home offer. It isn’t available in quite as many countries (Feel At Home only works in 18 countries compared to the 99 countries covered by Vodafone) but has two key benefits: it’s totally free of charge and it’s available to all customers including on Pay As You Go.

If you’re visiting a Feel At Home country (Australia, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Macau, New Zealand, Norway, Republic of Ireland, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland or the United States of America), it might be worth picking up a Three Pay As You Go SIM card. A £10 top-up will give you 100 minutes, 3000 texts and 500MB available to be used abroad (up to 30 days usage). For £20, you’ll get 300 minutes, 3000 texts and 25GB of data (also with 30 days maximum usage).

Network Minutes Texts Internet Monthly
Cost
Three 100 3,000 500MB £10.00
Three 300 3,000 12GB £20.00

The “All in One” Pay As You Go tariffs can be used with Three’s “Feel At Home” offer. The inclusive minutes, texts and internet can be used abroad in any “Feel At Home” country. The £20 bundle has a fair usage policy of 12GB/month when in a “Feel At Home” country.

For more information, please see our full review of the Feel At Home offering. You can also find out more on the Three website. For anyone visiting a Feel At Home country, it’s probably cheaper to use a Pay As You Go SIM card from Three than to use EuroTraveller or WorldTraveller from Vodafone.

Vodafone Customers: How to Opt In

EarthBoth EuroTraveller and WorldTraveller are opt-in services for customers of Vodafone Pay Monthly and some small business tariffs. You will only benefit from the flat-rate roaming offers if you specifically opt-in to receiving the offer. The offers aren’t available on Pay As You Go.

To opt-in, send a text message to the relevant number:

  • For Vodafone EuroTraveller: text ADD to 40506
  • For Vodafone WorldTraveller: text ADD to 40508

You can also opt-in by calling 5555. It can take up to 24 hours for the service to be enabled (hence we recommend doing this at least one day before you travel abroad). Don’t forget: you’ll automatically be opted out of the €50 spend cap on roaming.

To opt-out of the offers, text REMOVE to the same number (e.g. to opt-out of EuroTraveller: text REMOVE to 40506, to opt-out of WorldTraveller: text REMOVE to 40508).

Switching to Vodafone: Keep Your Existing Number

Transfer Phone Number to VodafoneIf you’re switching to Vodafone to take advantage of the fixed price roaming offers, it’s super easy to keep your existing phone number.

To transfer your phone number from another network to Vodafone, you’ll first need to contact your old network. Ask them to issue you with a PAC Code (a Porting Authorisation Code). A PAC Code is nine-digits long and must be provided to you within two hours of your request. After getting the PAC Code, submit it to Vodafone through this online form. Vodafone will then handle the transfer of your phone number over to their network. This should normally take place on the next working day.

For a step-by-step guide on transferring your phone number to Vodafone, please select your current mobile network:

PAC Code Finder: Transfer Your Phone Number to Vodafone

Your current network provider:

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More Information

For more information, please refer to the Vodafone Pay Monthly website. It’s also worth seeing the specific pages on EuroTraveller and WorldTraveller.

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Your Comments

We'd love to hear your thoughts and any questions you may have. So far, we've received 44 comments from readers. You can add your own comment here.

  1. Chris said:

    If I opt in to word traveller I understand I will pay £5 per day if I make a call or send text or data
    But what about unanswered calls or receiving calls ? If I don’t actually make the call or text will it not activate the £5 charge

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Chris,
      Thanks for your comment. According to the WorldTraveller FAQs, you’ll be charged £5/day when you do any of the following:

      • Call any non-premium rate UK mobile phone or landline
      • Call a number within the country you’re roaming in
      • Send a text to a UK number or a number within the country you’re roaming in
      • Make a call or send a text to any other country (you’ll be charged your daily fee, along with your standard international rates)
      • Use data
      • Check your voicemail

      Therefore, based on my interpretation of this, you shouldn’t need to pay the WorldTraveller charge.
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

  2. Carly said:

    Hi, I added the £3 a day bundle too my contract for the week while I am in Spain it’s worked fine the first 3 days and it’s went to no service today? I’ve tried taking my sim out and restarting my phone and it won’t give me any services as if my SIM card isn’t working but it’s been fine up until now any ideas why this has happened please?? Paying 3 pound a day and I can’t even use my phone

  3. David said:

    Did you manage to sort out the crucial issue of whether you are discounted to make calls within the country you are visiting ?
    I spoke 4 times to Vodafone ” help” desk . Two of the agents said no you will be charged at full rate and two of the agents said no problem you are covered unless ringing a third country
    Surely this is a very basic question and would determine whether or not you want the package
    You said you would do further research…. Did you find out? Thanks

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi David,
      Thanks for your comment and sorry for not posting the answer to this question. The answer is: yes, you can use your UK allowances to call the country you’re in under the WorldTraveller offer. You can see this in clause 5 in the WorldTraveller terms and conditions:

      5. Once you’re opted in, the Vodafone WorldTraveller daily charge will be applied automatically to your bill when you use your phone within our WorldTraveller Zone. You can use your UK price plan allowances to call and text standard mobiles and standard landlines (excluding premium-rate and non-geographic numbers) within the UK and the country you are roaming in within our WorldTraveller Zone.

      For EuroTraveller, you’ll actually be able to call and text any country in Vodafone’s Europe Zone. The equivalent terms and conditions can found here on their website.
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

      1. Tyler replied:

        My friend has this bundle deal and she’s abroad can I text her for free from the UK to Spain for free ?

        1. Ken Lo
          Ken replied:

          Hi Tyler,
          If your friend’s plan includes texts to a UK number and if you’re using a UK number when you’re abroad in Spain, then yes! Your friends and family in the UK will always pay their normal UK rates to contact you, wherever you are in the world 🙂
          Hope this helps,
          Ken

  4. Di said:

    I have just signed up for a second phone vodafone contract with World traveller included for my daughter to use while travelling Asia. I was told Thailand, Bangkok, Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines were all countries included but they are not on your list? Is Asia still included as Vodafone assured me 1 week ago they were? Also they have activated both my phones under my contract including my own phone that I will be using here just in the UK…will I get charged £5 per day to use this phone while in the UK on normal UK to UK calls/text/internet etc? I only wanted my daughters phone to have the world roaming for Asia but as they are both under my contract they switched both numbers!

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Di,
      Thanks for your comment.
      1. Unfortunately, the article above is a little bit out-of-date (it was written back in August 2014). Since, Vodafone has updated the list of countries with the WorldTraveller offer: it does now include Thailand. Unfortunately, though, I couldn’t see Vietnam, Cambodia & the Phillipines.
      2. You’ll only be charged the £5/day fee when using your phone abroad in a WorldTraveller country (you won’t be charged a penny extra when using your phone as normal in the UK).
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

      1. Ken Lo
        Ken replied:

        Hi Di,
        Just a quick note to say I’ve updated the article above following your feedback (it has an updated list of all the countries that are covered by the WorldTraveller offer).
        Ken

  5. Kiran said:

    Hi I am going India and I have opted for the worldtraveller. So does this mean that if I use my uk data,calls and text il just be charged the £5 a day and no additional costs? I’m hoping to use Facebook, snapchat etc whilst I’m in India. Please can you let me know if I can use this anywhere in India and not just the capital city

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Kiran,
      Thanks for your comment. With the £5/day WorldTraveller package, you can use your UK minutes, UK texts & UK data when abroad in India. There are no extra charges providing you stay within your allowances (so Facebook & Snapchat will certainly be fine).
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

  6. Abbie said:

    Hi,
    If I opt into world traveller, will I only pay £5 a day for the time that I am out of the UK or will this continue for the rest of the month? Also, can I choose to opt in for only part of the holiday? Thanks!

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Abbie,
      The £5/day charge will only be taken when you’re actually using your phone in a WorldTraveller country. For more information, I recommend having a look at the WorldTraveller terms and conditions (specifically the section on ‘Charges’). You can opt out by texting REMOVE to 40508.
      Hope this helps!
      Ken

  7. Satish said:

    Hi Ken,

    Great article. Having researched the EuroTraveller option further, it does not include calls made to the country you are currently in. It only allows you to use you include UK allowances (Data, Minutes, Texts) to call UK Mobile & Landlines.

    ”Calls and texts can be made to the UK as well as the country you’re currently in. In Europe, you can also use your allowances to call other European numbers.” – Quoted from your article.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,
    Sat’s

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Satish,
      Thanks for your comment. When researching the content of this article, I came across clause 6 of the EuroTraveller terms and conditions and clause 5 of the WorldTraveller terms and conditions.
      For EuroTraveller, it’s suggested that calls within Europe should be included in the offer:

      6. When travelling in our Europe Zone, if you make a call or send a text to a country outside our Europe Zone, then, in addition to the Vodafone EuroTraveller daily charge, you’ll be charged our standard international charges.

      For WorldTraveller, it’s much more explicit:

      5. Once you’re opted in, the Vodafone WorldTraveller daily charge will be applied automatically to your bill when you use your phone within our WorldTraveller Zone. You can use your UK price plan allowances to call and text standard mobiles and standard landlines (excluding premium-rate and non-geographic numbers) within the UK and the country you are roaming in within our WorldTraveller Zone.

      Taking a look at the EuroTraveller FAQs, however, it does seem a lot more ambiguous there. I’ll investigate this a little bit further. In the mean time, if you do have any further information you discovered in your research, I’d definitely appreciate if you could share it with me!
      Thanks again,
      Ken

  8. francesca said:

    Hi there. Im holidaying inMalta and opted in to EuroT. I put 10pounds credit in last night in Malts and then called a uk number the next morning. It ate up the 10 pounds. Why didnt Eurotraveller kick in and how do i find out if ET has taken the daily 3 pounds?
    Thanks v much.

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Francesca,
      Sorry to hear about the problems you experienced on Vodafone EuroTraveller. Can I check whether you had a Big Value Bundle on your Pay As You Go account? You’ll need one to use the EuroTraveller service. The cost of EuroTraveller is charged additionally on top of the bundle (e.g. you’ll need £10 for the Big Value Bundle then you’ll need £3/day extra for the EuroTraveller service). If you’re using normal Pay As You Go, it’s not possible to use the EuroTraveller service.
      Ken

  9. Nicola said:

    Regarding the Vodafone World Traveller deal, if I only send a single text message in a day, I will be charged £5? It would be cheaper to just pay to send the individual text message. I guess it’s only useful if you know for sure you will be using £5 worth of data/texts/minutes?

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Nicola,
      Yes – I believe this is the case. I think this is how Vodafone makes money on the WorldTraveller offer! Probably best to turn WorldTraveller off unless you actually think you’ll use £5 of airtime.
      Ken

  10. Shaun said:

    Hi, I have added euro traveller to my price plan I see Spain is on the map, but I’m to Tenerife and I’m wondering does this cover me??

    Many thanks

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Shaun,
      Both the Balearic and Canary Islands are treated as part of Spain so they’re both included in the EuroTraveller service.
      Hope this helps!
      Ken

  11. William said:

    Hi

    Can you please advise before leaving the UK to travel to Europe do I still have to switch my phone off and when I arrive at my destination again Ihave switch the phone back on to receive and send .

    Thanks

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi William,
      There’s no need to switch your phone off and on for it to find the foreign network (it all happens automatically for you). Of course, if you’re flying, then you’ll need to switch your phone off for safety on the flight.
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

  12. Clare Scott said:

    Hi, I’ve just got back from two weeks in Cyprus where I opted into euro traveller as for £3 a day I wanted to be able to use google maps and upload photos to Facebook. I’m now concerned I may be charged way more than the £3 a day. Can you clarify please? I’ve not used any minutes and only minimal texts so it’s all data. Thank you.

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Clare,
      Thanks for your comment. Cyprus is a part of the £3/day EuroTraveller offer. Hence, if you’re simply using it for mobile data within your allowance, you should only pay the £3/day flat rate charge. Is there any reason why you think you might have been charged more than £3/day? If so, you can check your bill at the My Vodafone website (it’ll tell you here what your bill currently is).
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

  13. AN said:

    Hello there,

    I am in Europe right now and will be activating by Euro traveller pack. Please can you let me know if I will be charged 3 pounds a day even if I receive calls only ?

    Regards
    AN

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi AN,
      Thanks for your comment. I’m not actually totally clear on the answer to this myself. My initial thoughts were they would charge £3 for every day you use your phone in the EU (for me, receiving a phone call classifies as using your handset). However, I’ve investigated this further on Vodafone’s website… their terms and conditions state the following:

      Once opted in, the Vodafone EuroTraveller daily charge will be applied automatically to your bill if you are a pay monthly customer (and you don’t have a Red Value Bundle) and you use your phone for data, to call (including voicemail) or text UK standard mobiles or landlines (excluding premium rate and non-geographic numbers)

      Here, it’s not totally clear whether receiving a phone call counts triggers the daily charge. Their website also states: “you won’t pay a penny to receive calls or texts”. To get a definitive answer, it might be worth clarifying with Vodafone directly. Otherwise, you can always try it out (please let me know what you discover!)

      Ken

  14. Kate Davis said:

    Hiya
    Just wondering , I am moving to ibiza Spain for 6 months in may, I still have a year on my contract and would still like to keep it abroad , are there any packages anybody knows of that I could keep my bill as low as possible , I am with vodaphone !
    Thank you

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Kate,
      Thanks for your comment. I’m not aware of Vodafone offering a discount for people who travel abroad – it’s definitely worth giving them a call though just in case they’re able to do this (dial 191 from your Vodafone handset).
      Ken

  15. Lucas said:

    Hi. I was wondering what happens if someone if someone from UK decide to give me a call while I’m on holiday within Europe. I’m talking about charges of person who is calling or texting to me. Their calls will be charged as they are calling within UK? This same if someone from let’s say Spain decide to call me while I’m in Spain. Their calls will be like they are calling to local number and within their price plan or its like they are calling abroad?
    Many thanks

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Lucas,
      Thanks for your comment. People calling you whilst you’re abroad will still be charged the normal rate for calling or texting a UK-based phone number. All additional charges are incurred by the person who goes abroad (in this case, the £3/day EuroTraveller package covers all of the additional costs).
      Friends calling you from within the UK are charged the normal rate for UK-to-UK calls (i.e. it’s probably free for them as they can use the inclusive minutes on their contract). Anyone calling you from a number in Spain will be charged for an international Spain-to-UK call (for them, calling a UK number could be substantially more expensive than making a domestic call to numbers in Spain).
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

      You’re right: they’ll still be charged the normal rate for calling within the UK (this is because you’re still using the normal UK phone number).

      1. Lucas replied:

        Many thanks Ken! I was just about to tell my Spanish friend that she can call me for free As I’m on Spain and I’ve got Euro traveller. Thank you for quick reply. You probably saved us from trouble.

  16. Kevin Chamberlain said:

    BEWARE: I’m currently in dispute with Vodafone over Eurotraveller charges, as it appears that they have charged the £2 (as it was in August) on days when I only RECEIVED text messages (which would normally be free anyway). It has taken me 5 months to get a detailed bill due to their system change in July/August, and now they have started a ‘bill re-calculation’ to check, but this could affect anyone using Eurotraveller.
    Would be good to hear if anyone else has encountered this.

  17. Mark Buckle said:

    Do I have to be on the Vodafone network in the country I am visiting or does world traveller work even when roaming on other network eg AT&T in the US? Thanks

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Mark,
      The WorldTraveller offer will work on any network which Vodafone has a roaming agreement with. There’s no need to be on any specific network (just set your phone to select a network automatically).
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

  18. Chris said:

    Hi
    I am in Brazil and opted into world travel, Vodafone States this works till 31st October, what happens after this?
    Thanks

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Chris,
      From the 1st November, Brazil will no longer be part of the WorldTraveller zone. I would expect the price to revert to Vodafone’s normal World rates. These are £1.65/minute for an outgoing call, £1.30/minute to receive a call, 35p to send a text message (plus the normal UK domestic rate) and £3/MB when accessing the internet.
      Ken

  19. Fiona said:

    Hi, Ive just came back from a holiday in spain and I’m wondering if i opt out now I’m home will i receive a bill full cost? will the vodafone EuroTraveller not work now I’ve opted out and i will receive a massive bill as i used a lot of data, minutes and texts when i was away? or will the eurotraveller still cover it as i was opted in at the time?
    Please get back to max asap as i am worrying,
    thanks
    Fiona

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Fiona,
      You bill won’t be changed retrospectively when you opt in or opt out of the offer. So if you were opted in to recieving the EuroTraveller offer whilst you were travelling in Spain, you’d be charged the EuroTraveller rates on your next monthly bill.
      If you travel again to Spain after opting out of the offer, you’ll be charged the standard rates on your next trip abroad.
      Hope this helps!
      Ken

      1. Fiona replied:

        Helps a lot! thank you!

  20. Mike said:

    Hi Alex,
    Can I opt in and out to Vodafone World Traveller when I am already in one of the applicable countries, or can opting be done only when in the UK?
    thanks for your helpful article, Mike.

  21. Alex said:

    Hi,
    Can I use my uk mins to make call to European number in Europe for free after opt in. Thanks in advance

    1. Ken Lo
      Ken replied:

      Hi Alex,
      Thanks for your comment. When travelling in Europe and using the Euro Traveller offer, you can call any European number using your normal allowances. With World Traveller, you can only call the UK and the country you’re currently in (apologies, I’ll make this more clear in the article above).
      Ken

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