Verizon is waiving late fees incurred by any small business or residential customers due to their economic circumstances related to COVID-19 for the next 60 days. The company will also not terminate service to any customers who are unable to pay their bills due to COVID-19, and is adding an extra 15GB of data to all consumer and small business plans.
AT&T will not terminate the service of any wireless, home phone, or broadband residential or small business customers unable to pay their bill due to disruptions caused by COVID-19. For the next 60 days, the company will also waive late payment fees incurred because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it will keep public Wi-Fi hotspots open for any American who needs them.
Comcast is providing free Xfinity hotspots, unlimited data, and no disconnects or late fees for all customers experiencing hardship over the next 60 days. Comcast is also offering a free Internet Essentials internet plan for all new customers for 60 days.
Uber Eats announced that it is waiving all delivery fees for local restaurants as of March 16. The announcement, which came in the form of an email to Uber Eats customers, also outlined the steps Uber Eats is taking to keep drivers and customers safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.
With dine-in down as much as 75%, Grubhub US deferring commission fees for impacted independent restaurants.
They are also matching all promotions run by independent restaurants with their Smart Promotions feature, to help make restaurants' investments in growth twice as effective.
Postmates is in conversations with restaurant associations and city governments around the country to assess how to support local restaurant corridors.
Through the end of April, independent restaurants in the United States can sign up for free with DoorDash and Caviar and pay zero commissions for 30 days. This is not a deferral of fees, nor will merchants be asked to pay anything back.
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Americans have received conflicting information on when they will receive stimulus checks due to the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. But there’s good news: Checks will be hitting their bank accounts soon.
Congress has passed, or is in the process of passing, three phases of a Federal stimulus package to provide relief to those impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. Phase 1 is comprised of Economic Injury Disaster Loans available under the existing Disaster Loan Program overseen by the U.S. Small Business Administration (“SBA”). Phase 2 does not feature a loan program. Phase 3 is the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, HR 748 (“CARES Act”). The CARES Act features both a Paycheck Protection Program and an Economic Stabilization Loan Program geared for larger businesses.
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