Love the way they interpret the meaning to suit themselves
First I pay a whopping amount of money each month for 4G and upto 2GB of data. So when I am abroad I am not using the network in this country
Its not as though they have to do anything different to provide it. If they provide their partners with the same service in the UK it nets out to be parity, maybe there is a small difference. But choosing your partner should minimise what that amounts to.
Calling it "Feels like Home" is a likely to be a breach of the advertising standards, since it does not equate to the service I buy in the UK, in terms of data speed or access to local calls.
Anybody would think they give the UK service away and we don't pay for it.