ISPs are Giving Employee Bonuses Citing End of Net Neutrality
Posted by John J. Falco on 21st December 2017

Citing the GOP Tax Bill and the repeal of Net Neutrality certain large ISPs are giving their employees bonuses.

AT&T said it would give $1,000 bonuses to more than 200,000 employees in the U.S. once the tax bill is signed into law. It’s also planning to invest about $1 Billion into new infrastructure.

Following AT&T, Comcast is also giving employees  $1,000 bonuses and plan to invest $50 Billion and more into US infrastructure.

The likely reasons AT&T’s investment number is not as high as Comcast’s is because AT&T is currently waiting for their approval to buy Time Warner. Which would be nearly $100 Billion itself.

Still no word on whether or not Verizon will be giving bonuses.