Ireland has given mobile-phone operators three months to solve problems involving unexpected roaming charges in border areas.
Ireland Online said that communications officials in Ireland and Northern Ireland called Tuesday for a single tariff for the entire island as a way of ending annoying cross-border roaming charges.
Ireland Online said mobile users frequently get hit with roaming charges when their phones inadvertently pick up signals from the other side of the frontier.
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