I know all about roaming and its abolition, but can anyone explain to me the logic (if any) of the following for a Belgian number: SMS from Belgium to any Belgian number in EU: bundle (free); SMS from any EU country (NOT Belgium) to any other EU country: bundle (free); SMS from Belgium to any EU country: int'l rate. In other words, when I (Belgian number) send to Germany, I pay; but when I am in Germany and send to any EU country, including Belgium, it's free (bundle)! Result: it's cheaper for me to send texts in the EU from any country OTHER than my home country Belgium: MADNESS! I.E.: "Roaming" in this instance is cheaper than staying home!!! There's something here that is just not right, but hey, when I travel in the EU, I'm sure not complaining!