On the 30th, According to the BBC, the British government is currently working with Internet service providers and telecommunications operators. In order to ensure that people can work from home during the new pneumonia epidemic, the current data traffic restrictions on fixed broadband services will be lifted .
It is understood that the British government has signed a series of cooperation measures with major telecommunications operators including BT, Vodafone and EE.
In addition to removing the cap on traffic data, these companies will also provide more favorable mobile and landline phone packages to people at home during the outbreak. In addition, they will help customers who are having difficulty paying their bills and prioritize equipment maintenance for the vulnerable and vulnerable.
The Minister of Digital, Culture, Media and Sports of the UK Oliver Dawden said that he was glad to see that Internet service providers and telecommunications operators can work together to help people through the difficult times and make their own contributions to the country.