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Spectrum has joined a string of major TV and internet providers to release economic hardship measures resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charter Spectrum has agreed to continue service and forego late fees for residential and small business subscribers. Spectrum will also allow public access to their network of Wi-Fi hotspots around the country for the next 60 days.
Households with K-12 and college students may also receive free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi service. Installation fees will be waived during this period as well.
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