Atlantic Broadband Offers Help for Gov’t Workers During Shutdown

Payment extensions, late fee adjustments available to eligible customers
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Atlantic Broadband said it is offering flexible payment options to customers affected by the partial government shutdown that began Dec. 22.

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According to ABB, customers who are also affected government employees can receive payment extensions and the adjustment of late fees to stay connected.

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Due to the shutdown, now the longest in U.S history, more than 800,000 employees in nine federal departments and other agencies are working without pay or have been furloughed without pay.

“We realize that it may be a difficult time financially for affected government employees,” said Atlantic vice president of customer care Courtney Long in a statement. “Our customer care teams will work with these customers to find a payment solution that works, as we always strive to do when our customers are in critical need.”

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