Despite pledge, some carriers are disconnecting non-paying Americans

OSTN Staff

On March 13th, the then four major U.S. wireless providers, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, . For the 60 days starting on March 13th, the carriers agreed not to cancel the service of residential and small business customers who can not pay their bills. In addition, the companies said that they would waive late fees to these same customers and open up their Wi-Fi hotspots to anyone who needs to use them.
Since the pledge was signed, T-Mobile took control of Sprint. The other carriers that agreed to follow the pledge include U.S. Cellular, Google Fiber, Comcast, …

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