(FOX NEWS) — Good news for AT&T customers.
The company is eliminating data overage fees for at-home internet users.
Officials making the announcement as the coronavirus pandemic continues across the country forcing millions of people to keep working from home and stay indoors.
In a statement Tuesday, AT&T said its customers can “Continue to video conference, binge shows, and movies, play video games” all without seeing an increase in their internet bills.
AT&T will be waiving data fees now through September 30th for new and existing customers.
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