Following agreement between mobile phone companies and the EU, users will see a cut in the price caps for data downloads by more than half: down from 45 cents per megabyte to 20c/MB.
Meaning it will become even cheaper to use maps, watch videos, check emails and update social networks while travelling across the EU.
Phone calls and text messages will become cheaper as well, and since the EU introduced caps on data roaming, data consumption has risen dramatically.
Furthermore, the EU is working on new rules to eliminate roaming charges altogether. The Commission's Connected Continent regulation would see the end of roaming charges, as well as a guaranteed open and neutral internet, and better consumer protection for mobile and broadband users.
Vice President of the European Commission, Neelie Kroes, who is also responsible for the Digital Agenda said: "This huge drop in data roaming prices will make a big difference to all of us this summer.
"But it is not enough. Why should we have roaming charges at all in a single market? By the end of this year I hope we see the complete end of roaming charges agreed – the Parliament has done their part, now it is up to Member States to seal the deal."