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As we continue to practice social distancing, an increasing number of Americans are staying at home. What’s better than phone and internet providers offering freebies or deals during this time? If you’re able to work from home, then this will aid you too!
Right now this is one of many ways we can continue to stay connected to our loved ones. Many providers are adhering to the “Keep Americans Connected Pledge.” The pledge requests that providers don’t terminate services and that they waive late fees for residential and small business customers.
The phone and internet providers below are waiving fees and offering freebies during the coronavirus outbreak. Stay tuned for more savings tips and deals as soon as they’re available by downloading the free Krazy Coupon Lady app.
1. Atlantic Broadband
Atlantic Broadband is waiving late fees to customers who have been impacted by the coronavirus. They will not terminate services if their bill is past due for residential and small business customers who have been impacted negatively.
AT&T is suspending termination of home phone, wireless, and broadband service when customers can’t pay their bills. They are also waiving late fees and providing free access to its public hotspots. Customers who have home internet may receive unlimited data.
3. Century Link
Century Link is waiving late fees and will not terminate for the next 60 days for residential and small business customers. They are providing unlimited data for their customers as well.
4. Charter Communications (including Bright House Networks and Spectrum, formerly Time Warner Cable)
Charter Communications is offering free broadband and wifi internet for the next 60 days for new customers with K-12 and college students. They are also offering its free wifi spots to the public. Spectrum does not have data caps or hidden fees.
5. Comcast (also known as Xfinity)
Comcast is offering free wifi for the next 60 days for new low-income customers, and increasing speeds for new and existing customers. In addition, they are providing no late fees, no disconnects, and unlimited data. If you are already a customer, they will automatically apply these new benefits. Check and see if you qualify here.
6. Cox Communications
Cox is providing unlimited data for the next 60 days, and customers with unlimited plans or 500GB will receive a credit. In addition, they will not terminate services for any residential or small business customers. They’re offering free wifi hotspots to the public. New customers can sign up without an annual contract.
7. Mediacom Communications
Mediacom Communications is pausing data allowances until May 15, 2020. They are also increasing their internet speeds and have made their wifi hotspot available to the public. They will not terminate services and will waive late fees for the next 60 days for customers who cannot pay their bill.
8. Sparklight (formerly Cable One)
Sparklight is providing unlimited data with no additional charge until April 12, 2020. They are also waiving late fees and suspending service terminations to their customers until May 12th, 2020. Sparlight is also offering free access to Sparklight wifi hotspots.
Sprint will waive late charge fees and will not terminate services if customers are unable to pay. They are providing unlimited data for no extra cost, except for roaming. Sprint is also offering free wifi hotspots to the public until May 12th, 2020.
10. TDS Telecom
TDS Telecom is offering free broadband access to low-income individuals for 60 days. They are waiving late fee charges and suspending service termination until May 16th, 2020. They will also be offering free access to TDS wifi hotspots.
T-Mobile is offering unlimited data for the next 60 days to all their current customers. In addition, they are providing an additional 20GB of data for mobile hotspots. They are also offering free access to T-Mobile wifi hotspots until May 15th, 2020.
Verizon is suspending termination and waiving late fees for its residential and small business customers who have been impacted by the coronavirus. In addition, they are offering free international calls to CDC level three countries.