Spectrum is offering free internet for 60 days to households who do not already have Spectrum internet. Details can be found here
Spectrum is leaving their public wifi hotspots open for anyone to use during this crisis. While most of these hotspots are located inside businesses, they do have quite a few in the area around South San High School and Southpark Mall. To connect, look for SpectrumWifi in your wirless settings. These are open networks with no password required. Click here for the Spectrum wifi hotspot map
T-Mobile and Sprint are both providing unlimited data for the next 60 days for customers with limited data plans (effective 3/18/2020). They are also providing 20 GB of hotspot/tethering data to all hotspot capable devices (most smartphones are included in this).
Verizon is giving 15GB of additional high-speed data for wireless consumers and small business customers that will be automatically applied to consumer plans from March 25 through April 30, 2020. No customer action is necessary. Click for more information.
AT&T: Starting April 2 through at least May 13, AT&T is increasing mobile hotspot data by 15GB. The increase is automatic and applies to all postpaid unlimited plans that currently include a mobile hotspot feature. So if you’re on an AT&T Unlimited Elite plan, you get 45GB of mobile hotspot data included per line.
Eligible plans and hotspot increases:
- AT&T Unlimited Elite increases from 30GB to 45GB.
- AT&T Unlimited Extra, AT&T Unlimited &More Premium, and AT&T Unlimited Enhanced Plus increase from 15GB to 30GB.
- AT&T Unlimited Plus increases from 10GB to 25GB.