As customers on the east coast begin returning to their homes and start the process of recovery, Verizon is there to help.
To help victims of Hurricane Matthew more easily reach family, a Wireless Emergency Communication Center (WECC) has been deployed by Verizon.
A Wireless Emergency Communication Center (WECC) has been deployed by Verizon in Charleston near the areas hardest hit by the storm.
To help victims of Hurricane Matthew reach family, friends and other contacts, a WECC has been deployed in Savannah.
Verizon Wireless is offering unlimited domestic talk, text and data to qualified areas in Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina.
As Hurricane Matthew approaches the US, Verizon Wireless is well-prepared to serve customers in Florida and throughout the region.
Because a disaster can strike at any time, Verizon builds reliability into every aspect of its wireless network.
To help you connect with your families and resources you need when bad weather threatens, our network teams prepare year-round for natural disasters.
Verizon employees want to help you connect with friends and family in the Bahamas, Cuba, Jamaica and Haiti, in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
Verizon is supporting its customers affected by the horrific attack in Nice today by offering free wireless and wireline calling from the U.S. to France.