In the age of the coronavirus pandemic, internet access has never been more important.
Not only do we need to ensure our ability to mindlessly scroll through our Instagram feeds, we also need to accommodate the fact that many Americans have also transitioned to working and/or learning from home.
That's where the FCC comes in. They created the Keep Americans Connected Pledge, which asks internet/cell service providers to just chill the frick out with bills for the next 60 days.
Companies like Comcast, Sprint, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile have all signed the pledge, so far.
More details below!