SoCalGas will not suspend service or disconnect customers until further notice for residential customersand will offer assistance with paying your bill.
SoCalGas will be waiving late payment fees for Small Business customers.
SoCalGas will continue to make essential and emergency service appointments, including reports of suspected natural gas leaks, carbon monoxide checks, gas meter turn-ons, natural gas outage, and pilot re-lights.
All OC Bus routes will temporarily shift to the Sunday service schedule seven days a week, beginning Monday, March 23. This reduction in service is necessary to help protect the health of OCTA employees while providing reliability to riders who are still depending upon the OC Bus service.
We’ve signed the Keep Americans Connected Pledge to help our residential and small business customers stay connected and avoid fees or cancellation because of economic circumstances related to this national emergency.
We're also offering free access to internet and WiFi to those who qualify during this national emergency.
We're asking our customers to stay home and use our digital and self-service options to protect yourself and others.
AT&T is suspending broadband usage caps for our home internet customers through June 30. That means no overage fees while people are home using more data.
We’re keeping our public Wi-Fi hotspots open for anyone who needs them.
We continue to offer internet access for qualifying limited-income households at $10/month through our Access from AT&T program.
We won’t terminate service 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 – and we’re waiving late payment fees for those customers.
We are underwriting expenses for a “one-stop” resource center to support eLearning Days from the State Educational Technology Directors Association. It’s available to help all educators handle school closings and virtual learning.
We are helping businesses and universities stand up virtual offices and classrooms with conference call and video conferencing with Cisco Webex Meetings with AT&T. We’re also enabling businesses to forward calls to both mobile and landline phones with AT&T IP Flexible Reach.
Verizon will waive late fees and overage charges for 60 days from March 16 to May 13 for customers and small businesses who let us know they are unable to pay as a result of economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Verizon will not terminate service to those customers (through June 30).
Verizon is giving 15GB of additional high-speed data for wireless consumers and small business customers that will be automatically applied to consumer plans from March 25 through April 30, 2020. No customer action is necessary.
Current customers who have Lifeline service (low income) as of March 20 will have all billing charges waived for 60 days (two billing cycles) beginning with their March 22, 2020 bills. Verizon will also offer a new affordable internet option for low-income households, starting April 3.
Consumer and small business Fios and DSL broadband internet plans have no data caps.
Verizon will offer free international calling to select countries impacted by the coronavirus, effective March 18 through the end of April.
Through April 30, Verizon will offer unlimited domestic calling to customers on limited-minute plans.
If your bill is past due, you can set up a payment arrangement online.
All T-Mobile customers as of March 13, 2020 who have plans with data will have unlimited smartphone data through June 30 (excluding roaming).
We are working with our Lifeline partners to automatically provide customers up to 5GB of LTE data for free as part of your current voice-only plans through June 30.
To help you stay connected to family and friends abroad, we are currently offering free international calling for all T‑Mobile and Metro by T‑Mobile customers to landline (and in many cases mobile) numbers in many countries.