R65,000 roaming bill rocks Scottish Government

R65,000 roaming bill rocks Scottish Government
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Scottish Health Secretary Michael Matheson publicly admitted that the charges stemmed from his children’s use of an iPad during a family holiday in Morocco.

An astronomical roaming bill shakes the Scottish government.

Scottish Health Secretary Michael Matheson last Thursday (17/11) publicly admitted that his children’s use of his functional iPad during a family holiday in Morocco had resulted in a charge of £11,000 (about R$65,000).

Roaming is the technology that allows a mobile device to make calls, send messages and surf the Internet even outside the coverage area in which it is registered.

The scandal came to light through a report published by the British newspaper The Telegraph.

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