Cable Credits for NJ Residents Hit by Sandy

If you were without cable during the storm you could receive credits from your cable company

By Dan Stamm
|  Tuesday, Nov 20, 2012  |  Updated 10:59 AM EDT
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Cable Credits for NJ Residents Hit by Sandy

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New Jersey residents hit hard by Superstorm Sandy could get some relief on the cable television and phone bills.

Gov. Chris Christie announced the credits on his Twitter feed Monday night. "Cable customers in NJ may be eligible to receive credit for service disruptions."

Customers, including landline phone users, who dealt with service disruptions from Sandy should contact their individual cable company to get details regarding the credits, according to the N.J. Board of Public Utilities.

Click here for a full list and phone numbers for cable providers including Cablevision, Century Link, Service Electric, Time Warner Cable, Verizon and NBC Universal’s parent company Comcast.

 


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