Part of AT&T's response fleet in the Carolinas
We continue to work around the clock to rebuild and restore our network in areas affected by Hurricane Florence. We’re seeing network conditions improve as our teams work to address storm damage, power outages, and the damage to our local service providers’ networks, which affected service in some areas.
Today, we are operating at nearly 99% of normal in the Carolinas and are working to address the remaining parts of our network that have been affected by the storm.
Our teams have deployed from around the country with additional equipment to support recovery efforts. Currently, we are supporting customers and first responders with our Cell on Light Trucks (COLTs) in Leland, Winnabow, Belville, Navassa, Whiteville, Wallace, and Kinston, North Carolina.
And we are working to deploy additional assets to affected areas as quickly and safely as conditions allow.
Our drone team continues to stand by with a fleet of drones and Flying COWs to assist in damage assessment and recovery if needed.
We are making steady progress in deploying as many network resources and personnel as possible to get the people affected by Hurricane Florence connected again.
Keep your community informed:
Stay updated on how AT&T's helping with the storm response efforts by visiting our Hurricane Florence website.
AT&T employees, visit our Cause Page for Hurricane Florence to help.