European legislators hope that a compromise agreement to cap mobile phone roaming charges will become law before Europeans take their summer holidays. But a network operators’ group warned to expect delays because even if the law takes effect as planned July 1, network operators won’t have to offer the new tariffs until September.

Under the proposed law, “Roaming on public mobile networks,” European Union mobile subscribers traveling in another E.U. member state will pay no more than

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