Written by / Salwa Abd Allah Al-Nasrabi

The British government said on Sunday that the country's telecommunications companies agreed to raise all maximum data limits on fixed-line broadband services that had become the lifeline of people isolated in their homes during the Corona virus crisis. Companies including PT, Virgin Media, Sky and Talk pledged to support and protect customers During the pandemic after talks with the government and the UK Telecom Regulatory Authority Ofcom, among other measures is to help customers who have difficulty in paying bills as a result of the pandemic, improve mobile phone and landline packages to ensure that people stay in touch and prioritize To fix vulnerable groups

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