This week I travelled to Berlin for a conference. I had issues with roaming when I went to Spain in the summer, it took an online chat (or two) to get that sorted. It wasn’t easy at first when I was in Dublin in September, but that sorted itself out relatively quickly. So I did wonder what would happen when I arrived in Berlin.
Well no issues whatsoever. As soon as I turned off airplane mode, I connected to a network and I could make calls and use the internet.
Though I have an unlimited data contract with Three they do stipulate a 12GB fair use allowance when roaming. I wasn’t too concerned as I knew I wouldn’t be streaming or downloading large files.
I was also able to connect to eduroam (wifi) at the conference, so that saved me some data.