Sen. Nelson Asks Phone, Internet, Cable Companies To Give Us A Break

U.S. Senator Bill Nelson is asking the heads of the nation's largest cable, telephone and Internet providers to give customers dealing with Hurricane Irma a break.  

Nelson wants the companies to issue rebates for service interruptions and impose a 60-day moratorium on late fees and other penalties.  

Nelson made the request in letters sent to the CEOs of: 

  • AT&T
  • CenturyLink 
  • Charter Communications 
  • Comcast
  • Cox Enterprises
  • Frontier Communications 
  • Sprint
  • T-Mobile 
  • Verizon

The FCC says at least 8.1 million subscribers are without service in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia because of Irma.

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