Verizon today announced support for the residents of Puerto Rico through a $1 million pledge to fund Hurricane Maria relief efforts.
English and Spanish text summarizes free viewing through 9/29 for Fios TV customers of live broadcasts from two stations in Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic.
Verizon is supporting customers with loved ones potentially impacted by this terrible tragedy by offering free wireless and wireline calling from the U.S. to Mexico.
Verizon was there in full force, with our leaders and executives participating in discussions, fireside chats and keynote speeches throughout the week.
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.