Verizon offering free, unlimited service for customers affected by Dorian
Customers in Dorian's path can receive unlimited calling, texting and data
Verizon is offering customers in Hurricane Dorian's path of impact free unlimited calling, texting and data. The company is also making calling and texting to the islands of the Bahamas free.
Counties in Florida where customers are eligible for free unlimited calling, texting and data include:
- Brevard County
- Glades County
- Hendry County
- Highlands County
- Indian River County
- Martin County
- Okeechobee County
- Osceola County
- Palm Beach County
- St. Johns County
- St. Lucie County
Verizon says applicable surcharges and taxes will apply to all free texts and calls, and will be offered until Sept. 9.
Most Verizon retail stores will remain closed to operate under reduced hours until Hurricane Dorian passes. Verizon says it is available to coordinate with first responders 24/7 for disaster relief.
Being able to reach our loved ones is crucial in an emergency. We are providing free calls, texts and data for our wireless customers in areas affected by #HurricaneDorian.— Verizon (@verizon) September 2, 2019
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