Yesterday we learned that Verizon was extending its commitment to the FCC's Keep Americans Connected pledge, but it's not the only carrier doing so.
AT&T, T-Mobile, and US Cellular have all extended their commitments to keep their customers connected during these trying times. AT&T and T-Mobile say that through June 30th, they will waive late fees for postpaid wireless, residential, and small business customers and will not terminate service of any customers impacted by the coronavirus.
US Cellular has revealed that its commitment will now run through July 31st. Until that date, US Cellular is eliminated overage charges for customers on smartphone legacy plans, including Shared Connect and other postpaid and prepaid plans with data limits. Customers on Unlimited Everyday and Even Better Plan offerings will get an extra 15GB of hotspot data.
Finally, US Cellular is eliminating data limits on all its High-Speed Internet plans so that customers on its in-home Wi-Fi service can stay connected.
The existing commitments from AT&T, T-Mobile, and US Cellular were scheduled to run through mid to late May. The COVID-19 pandemic is still very much happening and affecting people, though, and so it's good to see these major carriers extend their commitments so they can stay connected even if they're being impacted by the coronavirus.