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Resources for Cell Phone and Internet Access
AT&Tsays it will not for the 60 days after March 13, "we won’t terminate service and will waive late payment fees of any wireless, home phone or broadband residential or small business customer due to an inability to pay their bill as a result of the coronavirus
pandemic." AT&T consumer home internet wireline customers, as well as Fixed Wireless Internet, can use unlimited internet data
Verizon is waiving overage charges and late fees in addition to adding 15GB of high-speed data for wireless consumer and small business customers to be automatically applied
with no customer action necessary.
Staying connected is essential and the Lifeline phone program gives families security and peace of mind by providing access to unlimited local calling or internet service. Lifeline is a government-sponsored benefit program that provides qualified Alaskans with access to wireline phone service, or broadband service in qualifying locations, at their primary residence.
ACS - Choose a single phone line with unlimited local calling for $1 a month, or unlimited broadband service starting at $42.24 a month, at the subscriber’s primary residence.
GCI- Offers Lifeline services for eligible customers who meet the federal qualifications. Lifeline is a federal program that provides wireless service for handheld devices for $1 per month.