Verizon announced today that it’s extending its promise to provide an additional 15 GB of high-speed information to clients with a wireless strategy through May 31 st due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Verizon is not waiving information caps, however, so if you max out your data strategy, your internet speeds can still be lowered In late March, Verizon revealed it would provide additional information to mobile clients at no extra expense through April 30 th
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the world, many communications companies have actually made promises to offer ways for its clients to stay connected with no additional fees. AT&T added additional information to its consumer’s strategies and waived some late payment costs, and T-Mobile removed information caps totally for its consumers for 60 days, while also throwing in 20 GB of additional hotspot information. Previously this month, Google temporarily doubled the data limitation for Fi clients to 30 GB.