185 Providers Have Now Agreed to Take Specific Steps to Promote Connectivity for
Americans During the Coronavirus Pandemic

WASHINGTON, March 16, 2020—Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai
announced today that 116 more broadband and telephone service providers have taken his
Keep Americans Connected Pledge. Chairman Pai launched the Keep Americans Connected
Pledge on Friday with 69 broadband and telephone providers across the country agreeing to
take specific steps to help Americans stay connected for the next 60 days. This afternoon’s
announcement means that 185 companies in total have now taken the Pledge.

“It’s critical that Americans stay connected throughout the coronavirus pandemic so that they
can remain in touch with loved ones, telework, engage in remote learning, participate in
telehealth, and maintain the social distancing that is so important to combatting the spread of
the virus,” said Chairman Pai. “The Keep Americans Connected Pledge is a critical step
toward accomplishing that goal, and I thank each one of these additional companies that have
made commitments to ensure that Americans can remain connected as a result of these
exceptional circumstances.”

For more information and a list of the companies that have pledged click here.

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