Mobile phone company Three has today pledged its commitment to offer the same benefits to its customers when roaming in the UK after Brexit.
Three said the commitment is regardless of whether the UK leaves the European Union with a negotiated Brexit deal or without any deal.
The company has 2.2 million customers here.
"Brexit is causing a lot of uncertainty in Ireland amongst businesses and consumers. The reintroduction of roaming charges is a real concern especially for those living in border areas and for customers who travel regularly to the UK," Robert Finnegan, Three Ireland's CEO, said.
"We are taking the industry lead on this issue and giving the assurance to our customers that the roaming experience that they have in the UK today will continue after Brexit, whatever shape that takes," he said.
Three UK has made the same commitment to its customers.
"Three customers north and south of the border do not need to worry about the reintroduction of roaming charges after Brexit," Mr Finnegan added.