Major internet providers are going back to pre-quarantine norms as data caps will be ending June 30.
According to PCWorld.com, users will now lose out on protections if they are unable to pay their bills.
The FCC’s Keep Americans Connected Pledge will expire on June 30. Initially, ISPs like CenturyLink, T-Mobile, Verizon, and many others said they would continue service and disregard late fees for those struggling due to the coronavirus.
While customers may have embraced staying at home with unlimited streaming services, AT&T, Comcast Xfinity, Mediacom, Verizon, and T-Mobile are all going to resume normal service after Tuesday.
So far, The FCC has not commented if the pledge will continue in fall however, some changes will continue depending on the provider.
What will continue?
Find out at full article on IT World Canada…