Verizon to Offer Fee Calling, Texting, Data for Customers Impacted by Hurricane Michael

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SAN FRANCISCO – MARCH 29: The Verizon logo is seen at a Verizon Wireless store March 29, 2005 in San Francisco. MCI Inc. accepted a $7.64 billion takeover proposal from Verizon Communications Inc. on Tuesday that raises the price tag by $1 billion, but is still nearly a billion dollars shy of the latest bid […]

Verizon will offer free calling, texting and data to customers along the northeastern Gulf Coast who are effected by Hurricane Michael.

Verizon will provide the services to postpaid and prepaid customers who reside in the areas most impacted by the storm.

“More information on the Verizon hurricane assistance will be provided as the storm progresses and its impact is able to be assessed,” Verizon said in a press release.

“Additionally, as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to those on the front lines of public safety, Verizon recently announced that speed caps restrictions have been lifted for first responders in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.”

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