From June 2008, the maximum charge for Vodafone's monthly data roaming bundle will be lowered to €60 per month - a €15 price cut - in a move designed to make it more affordable for customers to use their laptops wirelessly when abroad.
Vodafone will also increase the amount of data a customer can use to at least 150MB in most European markets from 100MB, meaning that the price per megabyte will reduce by around 45%.
In addition to reducing the cost of its monthly tariff, Vodafone is introducing a variant of its European flat-rate daily tariff to key non-EU destinations. For a flat-rate fee of €30 per 24-hour session for 50 megabyte (MB) of data use, customers can pay per day for using their laptops in key business centres such as the USA, Asia Pacific region and in South Africa.
The changes will be implemented from the end June, this year, and will be tailored to meet the individual needs of customers in specific markets.