The abolition of roaming charges is held aloft in Brussels as a totemic example of what the EU can do for citizens.
It is a nice thing to have, no question. Whether it qualifies as “iconic”, as the Commission described the bill today, is up for debate.
But it is a good example of something the EU can achieve that national governments cannot.
So what is the next roaming? We asked the question at the Commission’s midday briefing.