Internet, Phone Offers During COVID-19 Shutdown

April 29, 2020

The providers of internet and phone services listed below are offering ways for consumers to save money during the current pandemic shutdown.

Cincinnati Bell

Lifeline service; must qualify 

Spectrum/Charter

Free installation, introductory-only offer of two free months of service; base price — $49.99 

  • Cannot have outstanding bill 

AT&T

No late fees and company will not terminate service if unable to pay for 60 days, starting March 13, 2020

  • No overage charges for voice, data or text; base price varies

Verizon

No late fees and company will not terminate service if unable to pay, in effect until May 13, 2020; must complete online form

  • No activation or upgrade fees    
  • 15 GB of free data added to existing plans for April and May, 2020; base price varies

Sprint

Metered data plans (not unlimited) will receive unlimited data for 60 days

  • Additional 20 GB of data for any service with hotspot plans; free 20 GB hotspot data for customers with a capable handset that do not have hotspot plans; base price varies

T-Mobile

All smartphone data plans will be increased to unlimited for 60 days beginning March 13, 2020

  • Hotspot data plans will receive 10 GB per month additional data for April and May, 2020; base price varies

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