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Comcast extends COVID-19 response policies to June 30

 (AP)
(AP)

Comcast is extending its COVID-19 response policies through June 30 to ensure customers remain connected to the internet.

The policies, announced in March, prohibit data caps and disconnections of Xfinity internet, mobile or voice service. The company also is providing free public Wi-Fi hotspots in business and outdoor locations nationwide.

Comcast is extending an offer to include 60 days of free service for new customers of its internet essentials broadband program, which is normally available to qualified, low-income households for $9.95 a month.

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