Hurricane tips for small businesses to help minimize operational impact and care for their customers, employees and the local community.
Verizon offers tips for staying connected to those in the path of Hurricane Irma.
When Hurricane Harvey flooded her Houston neighborhood, Verizon customer Robin Farris was able to reach her in-laws and let them know where to meet for rescue.
Omar Ramos and his Verizon teammates delivered charging stations to the relief shelter at NRG stadium to help evacuees stay connected..
Verizon Wireless stores are open for business, including a temporary store on wheels that opened in Houston.
When Hurricane Harvey flooded her home, Verizon's Angel Vitales witnessed first-hand why a better network matters.
Verizon is well prepared to serve its customers in Florida and the southeastern U.S.as Hurricane Irma builds in the Caribbean.
Mobile transmission sites known as COWs, CROWs, temporary microwave radio systems and in-building solutions are being deployed to boost network capacity in South Texas.
Houston residents can visit Verizon company-owned stores in Corpus Christi and Victoria to make free calls, access the internet and charge their devices.
Greater Houston Community Foundation, One Star Foundation and Salvation Army Southern Territory are named grant recipients for Verizon's hurricane relief efforts.