Telecom companies AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint are waiving some mobile bill fees for customers impacted by Hurricane Barry…
Hurricane Barry made landfall this weekend, first striking the coast of Louisiana and making its way inland. Of course, it caused flooding and damage in its wake. So, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint are all offering some financial relief.
AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint Waive Mobile Bill Fees in Areas Affected by Hurricane Barry
From today through Friday, July 19th, Verizon customers in nearly thirty parishes will receive unlimited service.
Sprint is doing something likewise, granting customers in dozens of zip codes a reprieve from overage charges. Sprint will waive overage fees for talk, text, and data.
AT&T will issue customers credits and will also waive additional charges for customers in more than twenty Louisiana perishes.
Meanwhile, T-Mobile is not waiving fees or charges. But, this is due to the fact the company already offers unlimited services. T-Mobile wrote in a press release, “[We] remind customers on Magenta, T-Mobile One, or Simple Choice plans that they always have unlimited talk, text, and data. Metro by T-Mobile customers also have unlimited talk and text on all plans.”