Optus To Waive Mobile Fees For Health Workers

Melbourne, Australia - August 6, 2015: A woman walks past an Optus store on Bourke St. Optus is the second largest telecommunications company in Australia.
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Optus has announced it will be waiving postpaid mobile access charges of all health workers for the next three months.  

Optus CEO Kelly Bayer Rosmarin said: “These are trying times and we recognise that our health workers are putting themselves on the frontline day in day out to protect and help Australians during this pandemic, and we want to say thank you.”

“We are so grateful to all the nurses, doctors, and other healthcare workers who are working in unprecedented conditions. So, we will be waiving their Optus mobile bill access charges in recognition of their invaluable support and dedication.”

“We understand how much everyone is relying on communications services to keep our communities – including our health professionals – connected. We will continue to work tirelessly to maintain the strength of our network and to prioritise critical service needs,” Ms Bayer Rosmarin said, “We are proud to recognise and support the heroes on the front line who are supporting us.”

In addition, Optus has announced a range of initiatives to help keep customers connected during this time, including boosting mobile data allowances, suspending Optus Sport subscription fees until 31 May 2020 and making all fixed broadband plans unlimited until 31 May 2020.   

For customers who may be facing financial difficulties, Optus is offering these customers, including small businesses, support to place their postpaid mobile access charges on hold for up to 90 days, and waiving late payment fees and suspension of disconnection and credit collection activities until 30 April 2020.

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