In the current situation, the role of telecommunication infrastructures is especially appreciated, as part of their social responsibility, industry players like to emphasize the important role of their network in most areas of life during the new coronavirus epidemic, such as work, study, communication or communication. in the fun. At the same time, prominent players in the domestic market do not seem to see at all how many subscribers and families find it extremely difficult to pay (in time) the infrastructure costs that become even more critical in the meantime.
TAXOR, FIZESS!  Accordingly, the largest players in the domestic market do not relax the payment discipline in any open form, ie everyone still has to pay the monthly service fee on time, otherwise after the grace period (which is also unchanged) the company may limit the service, ultimately and you can eliminate it. Although the risk may have diminished somewhat as the risk of the epidemic subsided, the possible shutdown of Internet service in such a situation could increase the vulnerability of subscribers (including residential and business customers) in a difficult situation.
A government initiative was launched in March in the United States to counteract this. which asked local telecommunications companies to suspend service restrictions (including complete termination of access) for a limited period due to non-payment of bills. In the end, all the big American plots went into this without much fuss, although it is a fact that in the United States many more people took to the streets compared to Hungarians, and it would not have been elegant to cut off families who had lost a significant part of their income. mode. By the way, a similar moratorium is already in place in Europe, with Portuguese telecoms operators recently going in to not terminate their contracts for non-payment by September.