Emergency Management

Verizon commits $10M to hurricane relief efforts

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.

Verizon commits $10M to hurricane relief efforts

Verizon today announced support of South Texas through a $10 million pledge to fund Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.


Verizon Wireless is well-prepared to serve customers in the coastal Carolinas and up the east coast with the nation's largest and most reliable 4G LTE network.

Verizon offers data relief for customers during Hurricane Harvey

In qualified counties in South Texas, postpaid customers receive talk, text and data relief, prepaid customers receive an extra 3 GB for talk, text and data.


As the Texas coast prepares for Hurricane Harvey, the reliability of your wireless device is never more important than now.


Verizon is responding with critical communications to support the 8,000+ firefighters and first responders on the ground who rely on wireless service.


First responders used smartphones to connect to a “flying cell site” and made calls and sent text messages back to their command centers during an emergency management exercise.


The start of hurricane season on June 1 is a good time to stop and ensure you and your loved ones are prepared to stay connected if and when severe weather strikes.