Internet providers offering help to workers affected by government shutdown
BATON ROUGE - Internet service providers are offering assistance to federal workers struggling to pay their bills amid the ongoing government shutdown.
News releases from AT&T and Cox Communications say the two companies are willing to work with any workers struggling to pay their bills on time due to the shutdown.
"With the ongoing government shutdown, we don’t want our customers who are impacted to worry about losing their Cox services," a statement from Cox read in-part.
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