‘Terrible devastation’: AT&T employees aid hurricane efforts

A week before Hurricane Ian ravaged Fort Meyers and surrounding areas of Florida, AT&T sent in about 500 volunteers with equipment to prep for the incoming natural disaster.

SOURCE: pressofatlanticcity.com

DATE: October 5, 2022

The volunteer group is known as the Network Disaster Recovery team, a group of AT&T employees who volunteer to set up emergency internet service to help first responders communicate with each other and with people who need help. AT&T has invested more than $600 million in the program since its inception in 1991.



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