The British carrier Vodafone(s vod) has expanded the number of European countries in which its customers can use 4G while abroad. Having begun with Greece in March, the company added Spain, Italy and Portugal to that list on Friday.

So far, Vodafone and EE are the only U.K. operators to let users go fully high-speed while on the mainland, rather than keeping them on 3G. EE also started allowing this in March in regards to France and Spain, and it is working on roaming 4G/LTE in Italy, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands, as well as the U.S.

Of course, high-speed mobile broadband enables high-volume data usage. Vodafone customers expecting to use 4G while outside the U.K. would be well advised to sign up to the carrier’s EuroTraveller package, which charges £2 ($3.38) a day to let them use their domestic voice, text and data bundles.

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