Your provider has the obligation to make you available at least the implicit limit of 50 EUR, without VAT, that your cumulated data traffic (MB/GB) in international roaming must not exceed in a billing period (usually one month or 30 days) without your express agreement. Your provider may make you available other such limits too, beside the implicit one amounting to 50 EUR, without VAT.
When you are roaming in another country, your provider has the obligation to send you the following notifications:
a) when the international roaming cumulated data traffic (MB/GB) in the applicable billing period reached 80% of the limit (for example, when you reached 40 EUR, without VAT, in the case of the 50 EUR, without VAT, implicit limit);
b) when the limit is about to be exceeded, indicating you the procedure you need to follow to give your express agreement for continuing the provision of international roaming data (MB/GB), as well as the applicable rates.
After sending the second notification, the provider has the obligation to immediately stop the provision and billing of international roaming data (MB/GB) if you did not give your express agreement for continuing or resuming their provision.
If you have chosen to not receive the notifications corresponding to the roaming data limit, you should know that you have the right to change your mind, at any time and cost-free, and your provider has the obligation to send the notifications again.
The international roaming data limit may not apply in some countries outside EU/EEA because of objective reasons such as the provider’s impossibility to monitor in real time the use of services. Your provider has the obligation to inform you, free of charge, by means of an SMS, when you travel to such countries that the data limit is not available on their territory.