Cable ONE today announced that it will be waiving billing for its Texas Coast customers impacted by Hurricane Harvey for the duration of the storm until services are restored. The company also will not be charging customers for equipment damaged during the hurricane.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with the Texas and Louisiana communities that have been ravaged by Hurricane Harvey," said Julie Laulis, President and CEO of Cable ONE. "We urge all of our customers to stay safe and continue following the directives of local public safety officials as response and recovery efforts begin."
Cable ONE's disaster recovery plan is underway as teams review and map fiber breaks, assess damage to impacted plant and equipment, and assist and coordinate with other organizations to begin the process of repairing and rebuilding.
"We will do everything we can to restore service to every one of our affected customers as quickly as possible, including deploying additional technicians and resources," Laulis said. "Our priority, after first ensuring the safety of our associates, is to continue to serve our residential and business customers during and after the hurricane."
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About Cable ONE
Cable One, Inc. is among the 10 largest cable companies in the United States. Serving more than 800,000 customers in 21 states with high-speed Internet, cable television and telephone service, Cable ONE provides consumers with a wide range of the latest products and services, including wireless Internet service, high-definition programming and phone service with free, unlimited long-distance calling in the continental U.S.
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