As Hurricane Florence continues it’s trek to the Atlantic coast of the United States, cellular providers are prepping their systems to be fully operational in the aftermath of the storm, and future storms. They are sending out fleets, or should I call them herds, of temporary portable cellular towers and networks to keep users connected to the country.
Be sure to read this article, and if you are in the projected path of the storm, charge your phones, and check out this app that will keep you updated on the storm and recovery efforts in the aftermath. The app is FREE and does not require any download or installation.
Source: Hurricane Florence sets wireless providers’ recovery plans in motion
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