DirectLink commits to FCC’s Keep Americans Connected Pledge
Mar 20, 2020 | posted by Jason Nugent
Update: The FCC has extended the Keep Americans Connected pledge timeline through June 30, 2020. DirectLink will do the same. Suspensions or disconnects due to non payment will be delayed until June 30. We will also not call or attempt to collect on past due accounts during this time.
The Federal Communications Commission has issued the Keep Americans Connected Pledge in an effort to ensure uninterrupted broadband access during the coronavirus situation. The goal is to keep the millions of students and Americans now forced to work or study from home connected to the Internet with reliable service.
Beginning today, March 18, 2020, DirectLink will waive late fees for the next 60 days, not do any suspensions or disconnects and also not call or attempt to collect on past due accounts.
DirectLink joins over 200 other service providers (as of March 19) that have committed to the Keep Americans Connected Pledge.
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