The network that has the exclusive UK rights to the HTC Magic has announced details of a new pricing structure.

Vodafone Passport users, of which the carrier estimates there are currently around 2.5 million, can now manage their data expenses more easily when travelling in Europe.

Consumers can now pay £4.99 per day to access up to 25 MB of data from their mobiles while in other countries – and for lighter users the fees will be calculated on a per KB basis.

It was also confirmed that Vodafone mobile broadband users could expect changes to the tariff designed to make their packages cheaper.

“Laptop users who want to use the internet when they are abroad […] will receive 50MB for £9.99,” the network explained.

The news could inspire some to consider mobile recycling as a means to fund a switch to Vodafone – meaning they could soon have their hands on a brand new HTC Magic.

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