Richfield City is announcing there will be no shut-offs or penalties this month for late/partial/non-payments for their bills on residents’ water/sewer/trash due to the on-going COVID-19 crisis. Stay home and stay healthy, everyone!
Rocky Mountain Power (Electricity): “We have temporarily suspended nonpayment disconnections for our customers. If you are having trouble paying your bill, please let us know as soon as possible. We have ways to help.”
Dominion Energy (Gas): “Here are some things we want you to know about how we are supporting our customers during the pandemic. We will not shut off your service for nonpayment… We have suspended all service disconnections as individuals, families, businesses and communities pull together to meet our collective needs… We are reconnecting residential customers whose services were shut off. If your service was previously shut off for nonpayment, please contact us at 1-800-323-5517 and we will work with you to restore your service.”
Centurylink (Internet, Phone): “We will waive late fees and will not terminate a residential or small business customer’s service for the next 60 days due to financial circumstances associated with COVID-19.”
Current deals for stand-alone Centurylink Internet. Speeds and pricing at different addresses vary.
CentraCom (Internet, Cable TV): “To ease the stress and burdens on families, if you have a student K-12 or a student attending college and do not have Internet service with CentraCom, we are offering free Internet until the end of the school year (May 31, 2020). If you already have Internet service from CentraCom, we will boost your speed to the next tier with no additional charge until the end of the school year… Update: Due to the overwhelming demand for connecting students, we are suspending upgrading service so we can focus on students that do not have service at this time.”