Verizon public safety event in Richmond VA demonstrates the present and future of network preparedness and emergency response
Army Reservist and Verizon employee Tory Anderson describes his experience helping others during Hurricane Harvey
Verizon commits $500,000 to Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund for North Bay wildfire relief.
World Vision, Friends of Puerto Rico, Salvation Army and American Red Cross to receive a combined $5 million for hurricane relief for PR and USVI.
Public safety agencies can still choose their comms provider after FirstNet opt-in.
Verizon hosted its first public safety day to discuss our experience and commitment to the space.
October 17 update on wireless network restoration and support for community and emergency personnel responding to Norcal wildfires.
Verizon and American Aerospace Technologies, Inc. used specially equipped aircraft to get a better view of cell sites in northern California threatened by raging wildfires.
Update on data relief offer being extended for customers impacted by Northern California wildfires.
Wildfires in northern California have burned 200,000+ acres and 75,000 people are evacuated. While there’s still work to do, 99% of our network is in service in the impacted areas.