Hurricane season is almost here.

By: Verizon Up To Speed

Preparing is a year-round job. 

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We know all too well the damage that storms can leave. In the Florida panhandle, we continue to rebuild after Hurricane Michael destroyed parts of the area. Kate Jay tells us what we learned and how we’re introducing new assets to help us get the people connected as fast as possible after a natural disaster.

George Koroneos stops by to chat with Jeremy about the amazing speeds of Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband.

And, yesterday we held our Asian Pacific American Heritage Month webcast.

It’s all on today’s Up To Speed, the best place for everything happening around and inside Verizon.

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