The Isle of Man's mobile users could still be liable to pay EU roaming charges due to being a non-member state.
In today's House of Keys sitting, Chief Minister Howard Quayle MHK faced questions by Lawrie Hooper MHK, who wanted to know whether the Communications Commission could reduce the fees.
Mr Quayle said that Government could investigate prices, but not regulate.
There is an EU blanket ban coming into force on Thursday 15 June, which see roaming charges ended in member countries.
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