On March 20, Telstra announced a series of new initiatives to help support their customers, employees, partners, and the broader economy during the impact of COVID-19.
In a video posted on Facebook, four new initiatives have been shared, outlined below.
Late payment fees and disconnections for consumer and small business customers having difficulties paying their bills until at least the end of April.
Recruiting up to 1,000 new contractors in Australia to join their call centre teams and won’t announce any new job reductions for 6-months.
Bringing forward $500m of capital spending on their networks from next financial year into this calendar year to accelerate the 5G rollout and support the economy.
Extending any sponsorships ending this year for another 12 months, for their arts organisations and sporting code partners.
For more information head to https://exchange.telstra.com.au/getting-through-covid-19-together/.
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