We do not expect our communications services to be impacted by a ‘No-deal’ Brexit. For one, because we do not use any third party vendors for the provision of our services to you, which are subject to the laws of the UK; not being telecom partners or other carriers.
Moreover, the UK Communications Act of 2003 and the Data Protection Act of 2018; as applicable to the services provided by MessageBird, are both national legislation of the UK. These national legislations will continue to be valid and applicable following a ‘No-deal’ Brexit. In addition, the UK government stated that:
"After March 2019, irrespective of the outcome of the negotiations between the UK and the EU, we do not expect there to be significant impacts on how businesses operate under the telecoms regulatory framework and how consumers of telecoms services are protected. This is because the EU-derived rules applicable to communication providers and governing the way Ofcom regulates telecoms markets are implemented in UK law and would be corrected by statutory instruments made under the EU Withdrawal Act 2018."
Notwithstanding the above, we encourage our UK based customers to seek appropriate legal advice, tailored to their specific needs and industry to make sure future transfers of (personal) data to MessageBird (EU) are in line with the applicable laws and regulations.