Coronavirus May Get You Free Unlimited Internet

JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — Mississippi Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley has asked the Federal Communications Commission to intervene on behalf of Mississippi customers ordered to work from home or students who have transitioned to online classes due to COVID-19, asking the FCC to take action to remove data plan caps, prevent customers from receiving overage charges on their plans and prohibit companies from reducing internet speeds due to increased usage during this health emergency. All eight of Mississippi’s public universities will shift to online courses on March 23rd, following an extended Spring Break and Commissioner Presley notes that people who have no other option than to utilize their mobile devices for internet services should not be penalized for doing their jobs or furthering their education due to these unforeseen changes that are outside their control.

 


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