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Grab your coats, hats and battery chargers…snow is on the way! With severe weather threatening parts of the U.S., our engineers and technicians are busily preparing the network to ensure customers can connect with their families and the resources they need when they need them most. Significant snowfalls can impact people’s ability to get out and about, can cause property damage, and in many cases can cause power outages. Whether we get two inches or two feet of snow and ice, the Verizon networks will be ready.Verizon.com/outage is the best way to stay informed about your Verizon services, request repair, or diagnose troubles on any Internet enabled device (Smartphone Tablet, PC/MAC).
Anchoring our network coverage throughout the nation are our switch processing centers. These facilities – handling tens of millions of wireless connections even on a crisis-free day - feature large-scale, on-site power generators and other back-up systems to ensure the company’s network remains strong, running and reliable. Based at the switch sites are “mobile menageries” of Cells On Wheels (COWs), Cells On Light Trucks (COLTs), Cellular Repeaters On Wheels (CROWs) and Generators On A Trailer (GOATs) that can be deployed at hard-hit locations or areas needing extra wireless capacity.
Our cell sites are ready too. We have installed back-up generators and batteries at cell sites across the country to maintain wireless communication even in the event of a prolonged power outage. In conjunction with the generators, we have pre-arranged fuel delivery in case of a storm, and will have tankers poised and in position to quickly respond.
During severe weather or an emergency, we want our customers and communities to feel confident in our network’s coverage and strength. In addition to network preparations, we work to ensure residents of impacted areas can reach loved ones and start personal recovery by readying mobile stores, mobile communications centers and charging stations for deployment, as well as collaborating with local response agencies to prepare emergency equipment. We have always and will always stand beside our communities and provide needed support during times of severe weather and other emergencies. That’s just who we are.
We want you to be ready too! Here are a few tips to prepare for your individual communication needs:
We work hard throughout the year to ensure you can maintain communication during severe weather and we encourage you to prepare as well. Wireless communication can be essential for reaching the resources and people you need.
You can reach Verizon a number of different ways. Visit www.verizon.com/outage to report service related issues, receive alerts, request repair and find helpful service-related FAQs. Verizon Support on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and YouTube. The Verizon In-Home Agent application on your PC to diagnose and fix problems or by calling 1-800-VERIZON or 1-800-837-4966.
Small business customers can visit www.verizon.com/bizoutage. Medium business and enterprise customers should contact their regular customer service centers or account teams, as needed. Enterprise customers can also access the Enterprise Center at https://enterprisecenter.verizon.com.
Emergency Preparedness: Wireless Tips to Help You Stay Connected
Emergency preparation contacts and safety tips
The My Fios app can be used for additional support through cell phones and access limited TV programing like watching the news.
Keeping You Prepared & Connected When Disaster Strikes Video: http://youtu.be/DPlyENfXQfM