The European Commission is reviewing the issue of mobile phone bills for surfing the Internet, allowing users to set their spending limit. Customers can instruct their service provider to cut off services from March if it reaches a pre-set amount. The commission has set a 50 Euro limit until July 2010 and they hope users will use their right to inform their service providers of their spending limit.
Service providers will also have to give a reminder call to customers when 80% of their limit has been reached, and cut off at the limit if customers make no change to it. Individual set limits could be any value from 20 Euro to 2000 Euros, for example.
Jonathan Todd, a European Commission spokesman said, "From today everyone has the right to set their own spending limit for surfing the net, so they don't get a horrible shock at the end of the month, and find themselves charged huge amounts of money for using a so-called 'Dongle' with your laptop or smartphone to surf the Internet." In fact, this move has given fresh hope to mobile users looking to control their spending.
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