For Verizon's consumers and small business customers impacted by the Tick and Kincade wildfires in California, beginning October 28 through November 3, the company is providing unlimited calling, texting and data to affected communities in the following counties:
- Los Angeles
“Our Verizon Response Team is available 24/7 to coordinate with first responders. We are mobilizing charging stations, devices, special equipment, emergency vehicles and more to support local, state and federal agencies. First responder customers with wireless priority service should utilize *272 when placing calls.”
Verizon customers are encouraged to help the American Red Cross in their disaster relief efforts by texting the word REDCROSS to 90999 and $10 will be added to their Verizon Wireless bill. Anyone looking to help a Verizon team member impacted by the wildfires can donate to the V2V Fund by texting 501501 with “VtoV” to donate $10 or “PLEDGE” to donate $25.
Customers can verify eligibility for call/text/data relief by entering their zip code here: https://www.verizonwireless.com/featured/relief/.
“We live, work, and play in the same areas impacted by these devastating wildfires and as members of the community, we want folks to know we’re looking out for them,” said Jonathan LeCompte, Verizon Consumer Group West Area President. “Part of that means doing everything we can to ensure our cell sites stay online throughout this disaster. And the other is ensuring those who need to connect with family, friends and emergency services can do so without worry.”
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