With the weekend's restoral of 100% of network facilities in the Florida Keys, Verizon is operating business as usual from a performance perspective across the state of Florida.
Five days after Hurricane Irma paved through the state of Florida, Verizon's network continues to show its resiliency, with close to 97% of our facilities in Florida in service.
Over the last year, our team added or upgraded new technologies to many stadiums and arenas to keep up with fans’ soaring data usage.
Verizon network engineers are working 24x7 to restore service and make repairs to the network, and two WECCs have been deployed in Naples near the areas hardest hit by the storm.
To help Hurricane Irma victims reach loved ones and important contacts, two Wireless Emergency Communication Centers (WECCs) have been deployed by Verizon in Naples.
Verizon employees step up to support the victims of recent hurricanes.
Verizon is giving postpaid customers talk, text and data relief while prepaid customers receive an extra 3 GB of data in nine coastal Georgia counties.
Verizon’s network continues to withstand the storm's severity with close to 90 percent of our facilities in Florida and 97 percent of our facilities in Georgia in service.
Verizon and Ericsson will showcase technology milestones and use cases demonstrating continued industry leadership as LTE evolves, paving the way to 5G.
Verizon is extending its data relief offer through Monday, September 18 for all Florida customers in the 239, 305 and 786 area codes.