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The Channel Islands Regulatory Authority says phone companies in Jersey and Guernsey will be continually reminded of how important it is to communicate costs with customers.
CICRA says the islands do not need to abolish roaming charges, like the EU has to by 2017.
But it says as part of the process to offer 4G services earlier this year, the watchdog placed an obligation on operators to implement opt-out caps for data roaming charges.
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