• Verizon And AT&T Provide Trucks To Help Sandy Victims

    In the wake of what Hurricane Sandy has left across much of the New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania areas, people are slowly getting their lives back in order. Along with electricity being restored, all cell phone providers are working diligently to get their services up and working again.

    Verizon and AT&T are making sure that people are able to recharge and connect their phones by providing trucks and trailers to help people getting their lives back as normal as possible. As well as the trailers and trucks, Verizon is providing free calls and charging centers at their store locations. AT&T is doing the same by providing services in the five boroughs of New York City and also providing water at their mobile charging stations.

    All four major carriers (Sprint, ATT, Verizon and TMobile) are banding together to help the victims of Sandy by providing relief and matching monetary donations to help out those that have lost everything in the wake of the super storm.

    You can help out as well by using your phone and texting REDCROSS to 90999 which will make a $10 donation to the American Red Cross that is added to your phone bill.

    Source: ABCNews.com

    Photo: Verizon

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